Seavista breakfast recipe: chia pudding
Seavista breakfast has a bit of a reputation for being delicious. It’s a real talking point amongst guests and we constantly get lovely feedback about it. Everything from locally sourced Cornish breakfast items to our homemade granola and super healthy smoothies!
Our guests often want to recreate a bit of Seavista back home. I’m regularly asked where I source produce from and also if I’ll part with trade secrets and share my recipes.
Although the flapjack ingredients are top secret (sorry guys!), I thought I’d share some of the breakfast recipes with you, starting with our new guest favourite, chia pudding.
Why chia pudding?
I wanted to include another super healthy breakfast option to the menu. Plus I’m a huge fan of chia seeds as they have so many health benefits. They’re packed with fibre, protein and calcium not to mention antioxidants.
Chia pudding is filling, contains no refined sugars and is super easy to make!
Seavista’s scrummy chia pudding
- 2/3 tablespoons of chia seeds
- Handful of raisins
- Goji berries
- 300 ml coconut milk blended with a banana
- Small handful of berries
- Granola (small handful)
- Drizzle of honey (optional)
- ½ teaspoon of bee pollen
Blend a banana with 300ml of coconut milk.
Add the chia seeds, raisins, goji berries, seeds and nuts in a small jar or bowl.
Pour in the coconut milk and banana blend into the chia mix and leave until the chia seeds start to swell.
Leave it to stand overnight in the fridge (to give it a really good pudding consistency)
Remove the next day and top with berries, granola, honey and bee pollen.