A very belated Happy New Year to you all. I hope you have all had a lovely Christmas and New Year and 2015 is good to you all.
I had a fairly quiet Christmas and New Year, I caught up with friends and family which is always nice. Unfortunately though my dog has been unwell so she has been occupying a lot of my time, the vet is still unsure of what is wrong with her but she is to have more tests done this week. It’s amazing how much a pet becomes part of the family and my dog is such a great companion, plus she doesn’t answer back when I talk to her…bonus!
I made this pudding on a whim the other night as I fancied trying something a bit different for breakfast the following morning and I had some berries from the summer to use up. Actually I have LOTS of berries to use up. I was organising my freezer the other day and I realised I have a ridiculous amount of berries in freezer bags and containers, so look out for recipes using lots of berries!
After my first attempt at this recipe I was actually pleasantly surprised how well it turned out on first attempt, so like all recipes I post on here, I tried making it the same way with the same amount of ingredients and yet again it worked out great. That normally doesn’t happen when I’m creating recipes!
This pudding is great as a breakfast or as a snack. Top it with dairy free yoghurt, granola, chopped nuts or more berries!
-1/2 cup frozen mixed berries, thawed
-1/2 cup almond milk (or other dairy free milk)
-3 Tbsp. chia seeds
-1/2 Tbsp. honey (I used Manuka)
How To Make
Place all the ingredients into a deep sided bowl and blend using a stick blender.
Once ingredients combined, pour into two bowls or glasses, cover and store in refrigerator overnight until set.
Add toppings of your choice before serving.