This parfait is perfect for breakfast on warm summer mornings. It’s made up of layers of coconutty chia pudding, crunchy activated buckwheat groats and juicy raspberries. The range of textures makes it extra delicious.
This parfait is perfect for breakfast on warm summer mornings.
It’s made up of layers of coconutty chia pudding, crunchy activated buckwheat groats and juicy raspberries. The range of textures makes it extra delicious.
It couldn’t be easier to make. It’s basically just an assembly job, which can be done the night before. If you don’t have activated buckwheat groats – activated just means that they have been soaked and then dried at a low temperature to make them easier to digest – you could use your favourite granola instead. I would just recommend something crunchy.
Fresh raspberries can be quite expensive, especially if you’re buying organic ones. My tip would be to look for frozen organic raspberries, which are often sold in bulk in the freezer section of health food shops and grocery stores. They’re usually a lot cheaper and I actually enjoy eating them while still frozen.
Gluten free | Low sugar
1. Place the chia seeds, protein powder and coconut milk in a bowl, stirring well to combine. Leave in the fridge for about an hour or overnight – the chia seeds will soak up the liquid to thicken the mixture to a pudding consistency. 2. To serve, layer the chia pudding with the buckwheat or granola and raspberries in a glass. 3. It’s best eaten straight away or you can prepare it the night before to enjoy the next morning.
Hi, I'm Lilian. Lilian Dikmans if you like full names. I'm a lawyer from Melbourne, Australia who recently stepped out of the corporate world to pursue my love for food, health and fitness. I'm all about simple, nourishing meals and healthy treats. I eat well because I like to feel good. I'm addicted to Muay Thai and I love yoga, mountains and good coffee. I started my blog to share my recipes and efforts to live a healthy life - Real Food Healthy Body.