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Mango Chia Yogurt

April 6, 2019

A fresh breakfast for a fresh start.

This mango chia pudding-like concoction can be a change to your traditional breakfast like musli or cereal. Since I rarely eat breakfast (not hungry in the morning), I decided to try something interesting to get myself to do what everyone says should be the most important meal of your day! Plus, spring is here. Enough of that warm oatmeal you might have been making for yourself or others:)!

  • Yogurt (almond, coconut, dairy)
  • Buckwheat grains (cooked), musli, oats or any cereal (optional)
  • Coconut milk
  • Chia or crushed flax seeds
  • Mango – chutney or freshly cut
  • Other fruit – bananas, blood oranges, grapefruit, pineapple
  • Coconut flakes, walnuts, mint for garnish

Note: I specifically omit the proportions of ingredients here because this depends on your taste and unlike baking, the recipe won’t fail if grams are not specified;).

Mix yogurt with cereal of your choice. I used cooked buckwheat. If you prefer to skip grains, you can mix the fruit with the yogurt.

Combine coconut milk with chia/flax seeds and let rest for 30 mins to 2 hrs.

Cut up mango or fresh fruit of your choice, sweeten if you’d like with honey, syrup or nothing at all. I tried the syrup from a green walnut jam a friend brought me from Romania and it was delicious, a little nutty but not too sweet. Her partner had brought the buckwheat used above on a different occasion:).

In a bowl or a glass, layer yogurt, coconut milk/seeds combination, fruit or mango chutney, jam or anything else of your choice on top. Add coconut, chopped walnut pieces or garnish with fresh mint and enjoy!

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