A combination of flavors that will make your taste buds dance.

Raspberry & Banana Ice Cream Chia Breakfast.. YES!

Raspberry Chia & banana ice cream breakfast.. doesn’t that make your mouth drawl just reading that? This breakfast is jam packed with all your fav’s, well my favs anyway.. we got bananas, raspberries, Chia seeds, nuts AND peanut butter! Right, enough of the talking and lets get making..

What you will need:

SERVES 1(-2) / GF, DF, VGN, RSF

CHIA-PUDDING

2 tbsp chia seeds

200 ml milk of choice, e.g. soy/almond/rice milk..

some pure vanilla extract

2 tsp sweetener of choice, e.g. honey..

BANANA ICE CREAM

2 bananas, in slices, frozen

2 tsp homemade peanut butter (not a must but a “recommended” ;))

150 ml milk of choice, e.g. soy/almond/rice milk..

1-2 tsp sweetener of choice, e.g. honey..

BERRIES

100 g raspberries, fresh or frozen

150 g blackberries, fresh or frozen

2 tsp sweetener of choice, e.g. honey, coconut blossom sugar etc.

2 tbsp water

TOPPINGS

mulberries

1/2 pomegranate (or berries of choice)

crushed & roasted nuts

homemade peanut butter

Or whatever you would like to top it with! It’s up to you 🙂

 

Here’s how to make it:

1. Add the chia seeds, milk, vanilla extract and sweetener into a bowl and stir until well combined. Soak in the fridge overnight or for at least two hours.

2. In a saucepan, heat up the berries together with the water & some natural sweetener for a few minutes, take off the heat and mash up a bit with a fork. (don’t blend, you wanna have some berry-chunks in there!)

3. Take the frozen banana slices out of the freezer, thaw for a few minutes and add into a blender/food processor together with the milk and blend until smooth and creamy. Add the peanut butter if desired and sweetener and mix for another minute.

4. Stir the chia pudding again to avoid chunks and add into a jar alternately with the banana ice cream & berries right to the top. Sprinkle the pomegranate or other berries of choice, mulberries and whatever you like on top and enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!

Sourced from: Eat Better Not Less 

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