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Peanut butter chia pudding

For this recipe, I combined my love for peanut butter and chia puddings and created the perfect balance. A nourishing, wholefood, and not to mention, omega-three-rich breakfast to start your week on the right foot.

Method:
  1. In a bowl or jar, combine the plant-based milk, protein powder, peanut butter, chia seeds, vanilla extract and maple syrup. Mix to combine well. Set aside.

  2. Let the mixture sit for at least 10 minutes, then mix again. 

  3. Place in the fridge for at least 2 hours, or even better, prepare the night before and enjoy the following day. 

  4. When ready to eat, top with coconut. 


Note:

  • Macro Mike protein powder - For this recipe, I used the peanut butter brittle peanut protein, however, any flavour will do well too. This is optional as a higher protein option. You can get 10% off all Macro Mike products with the code 'amb-raquel'. However, you can of course omit this ingredient.

  • Maple syrup - You can use honey if you are not vegan.

  • Vitasoy soy milk - Please ensure this is calcium-fortified and contains between 300-400 mg of calcium per serving. However, suppose you are allergic or prefer other plant-based milk. In that case, you can always use another alternative, given it is calcium-fortified.

Nutritional Summary:

At Radiquel, we believe strict fixation on numbers is a reductionist view of nutrition and can potentially harm our relationship with food. Food is also so much more than just units of calories and macronutrients; it’s a chance to nourish our minds, bodies, and souls with whole and soul foods. However, we acknowledge nutritional panels’ educational value for some individuals and have provided them solely for educational purposes. Please utilise this information with the utmost care.

This nutritional information is given solely for recreational intent and is not recommended to displace any medical advice, nor is it necessarily precise. We approximate the nutritional information per the listed ingredients. As food products can always vary in size, brand and shape, and nutritional quantities can also change based on the plants' growth circumstances, the quality of the soil, the fruits' maturity, and other factors, the nutrition information that is provided is an approximation. Since these values are highly individualised and rely on a variety of variables, such as age, gender, and the amount of daily physical activity, we do not offer the percentage of the recommended daily value. Please calculate the nutritional information you need using the exact ingredients you used or seek a dietitian or clinical nutritionist to assist you, if you need.
  • Serves
    1
  • Prep
    90 minutes
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