GRAIN FREE CRISPY CERIAL SMOOTHIE WITH CHIA PUDDING
Recipe by Charissa & Co
Most breakfast cereals are made from refined grains, not only highly processed but loaded with too much added sugars and trans fats.
This is why, less is more. Let’s get the whole family to enjoy a healthy yet, delicious breakfast from using the simplest ingredients.
This breakfast, combo has two parts. A strawberry toasted cereal smoothie with a light strawberry chia porridge on the side.
There are various ways to incorporate a bit of a granola crunch to your breakfast. With this breakfast the crunch is from adding some toasted coconut flakes, you can even replace that with some activated buckwheat groats, both of these add a delicious gluten free crunchy texture to the meal.
I have added the Kids Good Stuff from Nuzest to this breakfast, but you can also use the Clean Lean Protein range for the whole family. Whatever you prefer, both work and blend really well and both have the strawberry flavour options.
3 Coconut creamed ice cubes
1.5 Cups of Macadamia nut milk
1 Teaspoon of vanilla extract
2 Tablespoons of toasted coconut flakes
1 Teaspoon of Macadamia nut butter
1/2 Cup of fresh chopped strawberries
1/2 Peeled zucchini chopped (1 Cup of zucchini)
1/2 Frozen banana
2 Medjool Dates
4 Blocks of Ice
CREAMY CHIA PORRIDGE:
30g of Chia seeds
1/2 Cup of macadamia nut milk
1 Teaspoon vanilla extract
1 Tablespoon of Nuzest Smooth Vanilla Clean Lean Protein
1 Tablespoon of hempseed butter or macadamia butter
Blend until smooth. Pour into your glass and sprinkle some toasted coconut flakes,
fresh strawberries as well as a teaspoon of chia porridge.
CREAMY CHIA PORRIDGE:
Mix the above and keep aside for 10/15min or overnight. Enjoy on the side of the
smoothie with a little toasted coconut layers accompanied by some fresh strawberries.
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