This get up and go kiwi and raspberry layered chia pudding packs a juicy 11g of fibre per portion to supercharge your morning… or any time really!
high fibre | veggie
Serves – 2 portions
Raspberry Chia pudding
140ml milk of choice
2 large handfuls of raspberries (fresh or frozen)
Couple of drops of vanilla essence (optional)
2 tsp maple syrup (or honey)
3.5 tbsp chia seeds
Approx 6 tbsp Greek yoghurt
Optional additional toppings
1 kiwi sliced (with skin)
2-4 tsp mixed seeds
1. Raspberry chia pudding
Blend milk, raspberries, vanilla essence and maple syrup. Stir in chia seeds and refrigerate in an air tight container for approx. 2 hours (or you can prep and leave overnight).
Either chop kiwi into small chunks or blend (without the skin) into a puree, straining any excess liquid.
Layer Greek yoghurt, raspberry chia pudding, and kiwi. Top with sliced kiwi (leaving the skin on for extra fibre), raspberries and mixed seeds.
Gut fact: Did you know kiwi fruit is good for inducing a spontaneous complete evacuation (bowel movement)? They have a high water holding capacity and viscosity that helps bulk your stool, plus they contain a probiotic enzyme called actinidin which can help stimulate receptors in the colon to get things moving.