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Last updated on April 23rd, 2018 at 03:33 am
I’ve been eating lots of eggs, sausages and bacon for breakfast these days so I thought I’d switch it up a bit and make a chia parfait! I really love making chia parfait because they’re considerably low-carb as chia seeds are mostly fibre. If you pair the parfait with low-carb fruits like berries, than you can have a delicious low-carb breakfast! Here is my recipe for a healthy chocolate raspberry chia parfait 🙂 I made a couple of these for my boyfriend and I and he devoured them in an instant! I really love making healthy food for him because he doesn’t usually eat what I do. He’s a pasta and rice kind of guy, so when I do make healthy food and he loves it, it makes me so happy!
This chia parfait is made with raspberries and almond milk, and on the bottom layer I put some of my homemade nutella! If you don’t feel like making the nutella, you can use some almond butter or cashew butter 🙂 I topped the parfait with some sugar-free chocolate and raspberries! Because this chia parfait includes nut butter, this will fill you up for hours because of the healthy fats that are in the nuts 🙂
Chocolate Raspberry Chia Parfait
- Add 3 tbsp of nutella to the bottom of 2 glasses, pour half the chia pudding, top with fresh raspberries and grate some dark chocolate over the raspberries.
KitchenAid KFP0711CU 7 Cup Food Processor, Contour Silver
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