Rachel: I made your favorite breakfast!
Barry: Thanks. What? All I smell is coffee.
Rachel: Chia seeds in almond milk topped with raspberries and blueberries.
Barry: That’s my favorite? I was thinking more like a big omelette with home fries and toast.
Rachel: You know that’s not healthy.
Barry: Did you say favorite? Or did you say healthy?
Rachel: Very funny. I’m up early, coffee is ready, I made you the best breakfast in the world, I’m writing up the recipe for the new post and ………
Barry: And what?
Rachel: And what? I’ll give you and what. What’s wrong with you?
Barry: OK, OK, never mind. Is it nice and cold and thick? The way I like it?
Rachel: It’s been in the fridge for half an hour.
Barry: I’ll chill it in the freezer for a bit, thicken it up some. Would you like another cup of coffee?
Rachel: Yes, thanks.
Barry: What are you working on?
Rachel: What am I working on? I just told you! The recipe for the blog post!
Barry: Right, right. Send me the layout when you’re done I’ll do my shtick. Here’s your coffee.
Rachel: Thanks. Just a few minutes…….OK - sent. Check your docs.
Barry: Let me see…..Nicely done… just a few more minutes…. OK - that’s it. What do you think?
Rachel: I think you think you're funny.
Barry: No, really, do you like it? BTW, this tastes amazing!
Rachel: Do I like it? It’s cute. I’ll post it. Omelette and home fries??? What’s wrong with you???
Barry: Do you really like it?
Chia seeds in almond milk topped with raspberries and blueberries
Chia Seeds are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins, fiber, calcium and proteins.
Added benefits of chia seeds: controls appetite, cravings and helps to reduce weight.
One cup of almond milk contains only 60 calories, 50 percent of the recommended daily amount of vitamin E, and is loaded with B vitamins such as riboflavin, iron, biotin and other. Biotin plays a key role in growing a healthy beard, hair, nails and muscles. B vitamin helps break down proteins into amino acids to help your body to stay healthy and fit.
Fresh berries are some of the most powerful antioxidants. Only 64 calories per cup and they make a delicious, colorful topping for your breakfast
Add sweetener of choice and cocoa powder to almond milk. Next: whisk in chia seeds. Let sit for 5 minutes and mix again. Let sit for another 25 minutes (chill to taste).
Place all ingredients in blender and blend on high for 1-2 minutes. Place mixture in to refrigerator to chill.
The chia seeds will soak up most of the milk and the mixture will turn into a delicious pudding.
Try mixing it in the evening and leaving it in a fridge overnight for a thoroughly chilled, thicker texture. Top it with berries and enjoy.