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Friday, 7 April 2017

Coffee chia pudding

Vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, wheat-free, quick & easy
These quick, simple and easy chia puddings are the perfect mornings 'pick me up'.

Coffee is my ultimate favourite drink (as you can see from my instagram) and I had the idea to make these coffee chia puddings ever since I got hooked on the Pret a Manger mango chia pods (they are delicious)
These little chia puddings are naturally sweetened and contain the superfood that is chia seeds.
Read up the benefits of chia here.

I topped off my delightful little coffee puddings with a swirl of Schlagfix Schlagcreme which I acquired from the The Vegan Kind online shop.

This online shop is fantastic and has a variety of some amazing vegan products from chilled goods, sweets & chocolates, beauty products etc. All 100% vegan & cruelty-free of-course.

This cream is one of the best dairy-free creams I have tried. It doesn't taste artificial, it is silky smooth, thick and holds it's shape. It's perfect to add on to desserts, coffees and scones. YUM!!!

I have always had excellent service from TVK. Their products are always well packaged and arrive promptly. I couldn't recommend them enough :)


These puddings are delicious and if you like coffee as much as i do,  you will LOVE IT!

Preparation- 5 minutes
Chilling time- 4 hours (or overnight)
Level- Easy

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Ingredients
-90ml of coffee (I used brewed espresso)
-120ml of unsweetened almond milk (you can use any dairy-free milk)
-1 tablespoon of maple syrup (you can use fruit syrup)
-8 tablespoons of chia seeds
-2 drops of vanilla extract
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Step 1- In a mixing bowl, add in all of the ingredients and stir until fully combined.
Double up ingredients for more puddings.

Step 2- Fill up your glasses or bowls with chia pudding and pop them into the fridge to chill.
Overnight works best, or up to 4 hours.

I served up my coffee chia puddings in cute little glasses with a swirl of dairy-free cream, grated chocolate, a cinnamon stick for decoration and coffee beans. How adorable and appetizing do they look?
You don't have to serve with cream, but it looks (and tastes divine ) and is an extra little treat!

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