Raspberry Chia Pudding

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Got this amazing recipe from 8thandlake.com ♥ So amazing and easy to make, I’ve been making it the night before work, it’s easy to eat on the go when you don’t have time to make any concoctions

Ingredients

3/4 cup fresh raspberries [or any berry]

1 cup coconut or almond milk

3 Tablespoons of chia seeds

1/2 ripe banana

1 Tablespoon honey [unheated and unprocessed]

[eat with small handful of granola]

Instructions

Start by adding the milk, chia seeds, honey and fruit to a small bowl and mix well. Then simply place the chia seed pudding into the refrigerator to expand and settle overnight or for at least an hour in a mason jar or air tight container. Top with granola and any other fruit.

Munch Safely,

G

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