Mixed Berry Chia Pudding

Deborah Shepherd | 26 Apr 2019
This is one of my all-time favourite breakfasts, mainly because it feels so decadent and at the same time is good for me. You can prepare the night before. I find with this quantity (depending on the size of your ramekins, or small bowls) you can make up to 6 servings. My whole week is sorted!

The chia seeds are a great source of omega 3 and omega 6 oils. They are high in fibre and very soothing for your digestive tract. They also taste yummy!

Once you have placed all ingredients into your blender (I use a Thermomix. You may need to adjust the speed and timing depending on the blender you use). The aim is to blend all ingrediants to ensure a smooth consistency.

Based on my Thermomix, I blend the ingredients for about 20 -30 seconds on a speed of 8, then pour into your ramekin and set aside for 30 minutes or so. I leave them in the fridge overnight.

Ingredients:

  • 50g chia seeds
  • 350g almond milk
  • 200g fresh or frozen mixed berries
  • 100g dates
  • 1/2 teaspoon of good quality vanilla (or extract)
  • 30g cashews
  • 50g coconut cream

I often eat this on its own but if you prefer, you can top with fruit, goji berries, pumpkin or sunflower seeds.

About Deborah Shepherd

Deborah Shepherd is COO, SoulAdvisor and SoulAdvisor Foundation.


Deborah is an award-winning entrepreneur, coach and qualified T&CM practitioner. She is widely regarded in the global community for her commitment to developing the professionalism of the T&CM sector, and in the process raising the profile of the industry as a whole.


Deborah has Diplomas in Aromatherapy, Energetic Healing, Reiki Master/Teacher and has previously established her own business as a practitioner.


As COO of the SoulAdvisor and SoulAdvisor Foundation, Deborah is passionate about the T&CM industry and is committed to providing accessibility, education and awareness to all who seek to be proactive in their own wellness journey.

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