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Here are 2 recipes for a speedy healthy breakfast

Here’s a Couple of Winter Recipes to Remind You of Summer

Super Berry Chia Pudding

speedy healthy breakfast

Packed with antioxidants and omega 3 fats this is a great anti-inflammatory recipe. Prepare the night before to allow the chia seeds to swell and thicken the pudding then blend in the morning for a speedy healthy breakfast.

Preparation time 5 minutes

Soaking time: overnight

Serves 2

Ingredients:

  • 1 ripe banana
  • 100g blueberries
  • 250g raspberries
  • 250ml coconut milk
  • 6 tablespoons chia seeds
  • 2 teaspoons maple syrup or honey
  • 1tsp Sun Chlorella powder

To serve:

  • 60g raspberries
  • Fresh berries to top
  1. Add all the ingredients to a blender and process briefly to combine. Pour the pudding into a jug or bowl and chill in the fridge overnight ready to serve in the morning.
  2. Place the remaining raspberries in a blender and blitz to form a thick sauce – add a little water if needed to blend. For a smooth sauce you can pass it through a sieve
  3. Spoon the chia pudding into glasses. Drizzle over a little sauce and top with a handful of fresh berries.

A taste of Mexico in a Glass

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You might assume that ‘Agua de Jamaica’ is a drink from the Caribbean, but it actually translates as ‘Hibiscus Water’ in Mexico and is a popular beverage drunk as a refreshing accompaniment to a midday meal.

Sweet and tart at the same time, Hibiscus Water is traditionally made through a relatively long process of rehydrating and straining dried hibiscus flowers, but, thanks to Natur Boutique’s Organic Hibiscus Tea, it’s now super simple…

Make a pot of hibiscus tea, allow to cool, sweeten to your taste with sugar, add a squeeze of lime (optional) and pour over ice for a refreshing non-alcoholic drink.

All we need now is some Mexican sunshine!

Natur Boutique’s Hibiscus Tea is available from Ocado, Amazon, Health Stores and naturboutique.co.uk.

Please note: DO NOT USE if pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic or suffering with low blood pressure.

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