This CHIA SEED PUDDING could be a BREAKFAST MEAL PREP, SNACK MEAL PREP, or even a DESSERT MEAL PREP! Talk about versatile! This one is so easy, so quick and simple to make and everyone will LOVE IT! Really sweet, no one will even know it’s healthy 🙂 It’s actually GLUTEN FREE! And if you use vegan protein, it’s also DAIRY FREE and VEGAN! Enjoy!
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HOW TO STORE/REHEAT THESE
1. Meals can last in the fridge for 4 days in air tight containers. After that, freeze. Take out the night before eating and defrost in the fridge.
2. Eaten cold.
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Ingredients are to make 6 SERVINGS:
Easily double or triple the ingredients to make more!
2 (400mls/13.6 oz) cans coconut milk (or coconut cream)
2 tbsp coconut sugar
3/4 cup chia seeds
3 scoops (about 90-100g) whey powder (or vegan protein powder)
1 cup blueberries
1/2 cup raspberries
— MACROS (in grams) —
(per serving if you divide into 6 meals)
*calculated by MyFitnessPal*