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Chia Power Breakfast

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Chia Power Breakfast
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Serves
2
2
Level
Level
Easy
Easy
Ingredients
Ingreds.
10
10
Total
Total
30mins
30mins
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Chia Power Breakfast
Serves
Serves
2
2
Level
Level
Easy
Easy
Ingredients
Ingreds.
10
10
Total
Total
30mins
30mins
I am usually using the chia seeds for breakfast adding a fruit topping with some caramel sauce, or goji berries and agave with a sprinkle of vanilla powder. The options and endless and not only for breakfast or sweet dishes but you can add the chia to anything else desired like salads or different main dishes because the chia seeds are tasteless and will not affect the flavor of your food. This is one of my favorite breakfast which I am delighted to share with you and I hope that one day this will be your favorite as well!
I am usually using the chia seeds for breakfast adding a fruit topping with some caramel sauce, or goji berries and agave with a sprinkle of vanilla powder. The options and endless and not only for breakfast or sweet dishes but you can add the chia to anything else desired like salads or different main dishes because the chia seeds are tasteless and will not affect the flavor of your food. This is one of my favorite breakfast which I am delighted to share with you and I hope that one day this will be your favorite as well!
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Directions
Prep
30 mins
Total
30 mins
  1. Add 2 tbsp of chia seeds in each jar / cup (I am using 2 medium jars) and mix both with half cup of coconut milk, the vanilla powder and some agave syrup. After that soak it for a minimum of 30 minutes. When you can see that the consistency changes you can begin adding the topping starting with the diced fruits and finishing with the chia topping and a sprinkle of coconut chips.
  2. The caramel I used on top was an extra element taken from leftovers from the day before. If you would like to add it to your jar as well just blend some dates and coconut milk in a food processor until you get the caramel consistency. The taste is absolutely fabulous!
Nutritional Information (per serving)
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You can also leave the chia seeds soaking overnight in the fridge and in the morning just add the topping and your energy breakfast is ready to go!

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