Since breakfast is the first meal of the day, let’s get started on the right track without high sugar, high carbohydrate meals that will keep you craving sugar and hungry all day.

This Chia Pudding Recipe is so quick to make, you can make a few batches overnight and have a healthy, ready to go, hormone balancing breakfast.  Its a quick meal, in less than 2 minutes (let it sit overnight), AND still end up with something delicious, even the kids will love!

The recipe I am sharing today is one of the many breakfast recipes from the Mom UP Transformation.   The moms in this program all agreed, this recipe was their favourite morning recipe.

The Chia Berry Pudding is packed with with hormone supporting nutrients like; fibre (thanks to our berries + chia seeds), healthy fat (gotta love the chia and nut butter), and …wait for it…Dates!

I swear you will love it and not miss the sugar!  The best part is that this breakfast is filled with natural sugars from fruit and dates, and balanced with fibre for digestion and hormone regulation.

So if you struggle for a quick and healthy breakfast in the morning, and want to opt into a healthy version, this recipe is the perfect recipe to add into your rotation.

Chia Pudding + berries
Serves 2
Ingredients:·        1 cup nut milk·        ⅛ tsp sea salt·        2 pitted dates·        1 tsp cinnamon·        ¼ cup chia seeds·        ½ cup berries·        1- 2 tbsp nuts and nut butter
· option to add a scoop of protein powder or better yet unflavoured collagen powder for additional protein.

Directions:
Blend milk, dates, salt, vanilla and cinnamon until smooth and creamy (if adding protein powder, add to mixture with additional liquid).  I love using the Ninja for this one. (add in the pr

Pour into a bowl and whisk the chia seeds into milk, keep whisking every few minutes until the chia seeds begin to expand
Put in the fridge and let sit overnight.
To serve put chia mixture on the bottom of a bowl or glass jar and top with berries, nuts and nut butter.
TIP: You can reheat if you keep the chia pudding seperate, add more almond milk for desired consistency and top with ½ cup of your favourite fruit.
I love to make a few batches of these puddings as they usually last 2-3 days in the fridge. Perfect for on the go.
If You Want to reduce the Cravings, The Energy Crashes and Ditch The Sugar For Good, you’ll want to join the Sugar Free Challenge Starting on Monday!

5 days of healthy sugar free recipes. Facebook lives to help you ditch the sugar cravings and tips on healthier alternatives.

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Sign up HERE. Its free…and sugar free 🙂

Yours in Momstrength,

​​​Alissa xo