A filling, winter spiced, superfood breakfast

Ingredients (serves 1)

30g chia seeds
1 tbsp cacao powder
½ tsp each: cinnamon, maca (optional)
30g raisins
300ml plant-based mylk
To serve: coconut yoghurt, extra raisins, mylk cinnamon and raisin chocolate, granola, nut butter


Mix the dry ingredients in a small jar and add the mylk. Stir well to make sure all the cacao powder mixes in (it tends to sit on top, so keep stirring). Cover or seal and leave to thicken in the fridge overnight or for at least four hours. After 10 minutes, give the jar another good stir.
To serve, add a splash more milk if it is too thick and then pour into a bowl and top with a few squares of Mylk Cinnamon and Raisin chocolate and your favourite toppings, or eat straight out of the jar.

Amy Lanza, 25, launched her award winning vegan blog Nourishing Amy in May 2018. She studied languages at Warwick University, before working at the Deliciously Ella deli and is now working at the Health Bloggers Community.


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