Creamy chocolate chiapudding, full of flavour and with high protein so that it keeps you full for ages and so easy to prep that you have yourself a brekkie to go!
What do you need?
For 3 servings:
- 1 can coconut milk
- 6 tbsp chia seeds
- 3 scoops of (chocolate) protein powder
- 1 tbsp cacao powder
- 3/4 cup of blueberries
- Superfood mix
How do you make chocolate chiapudding?
- Grab a container and put in the coconut milk, protein powder, cacao powder and chia seeds.
- Stir well until everything is smooth
- Set it in the fridge
- Top off with the (frozen) blueberries, cashews and superfood mix
Creamy chocolate chiapudding every bite even smoother, is literally the best breakfast you can have. Because it is high in protein and fats and low in carbs, it will sustain you very long. For me I usually feel full until lunch time. Another advantage is that it will keep your insulin levels stable due to the lack of carbs. I am not saying that carbs aren’t good, but adding carbs in meals later is the day will keep you from having that sugar crush if you set yourself up for the day with a high protein brekkie. If that suits you, then this breakfast is certainly a go to for you.
I am a very busy gal and I love my breakfast, though I usually don’t have time to make one in the morning because I have to leave for work so early. Instead, I like to prep my breakfast so I have a few brekkies ready to go in my week. Where it used to be overnight oats, I now focus on high protein to stabalize my insuline resisitance due to my PCOS. I make this breakfast in the evening for 3 servings and then quickly add the toppings fresh in the morning before I run out of the door.
For the chia pudding, grab a big container or glassware and add in the can of coconut milk, the chia seeds, protein powder and cacao powder. If you are a sweettooth you can add some maple syrup of honey, but I find that with my protein powder it is sweet enough already. Stir it well until everything is smooth. Then put the container in the fridge overnight to set.
The next morning you can divide the chiapudding into 3 container, or scoop 1/3 of the whole container into a bowl. Then add toppings to your liking. I added blueberries, cashews and a superfood mix in this case. I choose for blueberries because berries are lowest in sugar and are therefore the best option to keep your insuline levels as stable as possible in the morning. And I mean, who doesn’t love blueberries?