These delightful little chia keto breakfast pots are a godsend for those who need a keto grab-and-go breakfast. Five minutes of prep the night before is all it takes for a low-carb, high-fibre breakfast that ticks all the boxes. I suggest you double or triple the batch (using the handy plugin below which will ensure your chia/milk ratio is preserved) to make it last for several busy weekday mornings. Come Saturday, you can take the time to prepare a bacon and egg fry-up. Oh, how we love keto!
Place the chia seeds into a bowl along with the almond milk. Cover and place in the fridge overnight to soften and swell.
Cook the blueberries over moderate heat in a small pan with one tablespoon of water. After a minute or two, squash them with the back of a fork. Continue to stir and mix until you have a thick puree. Set aside to cool, then cover and place in the fridge overnight.
The next morning, stir the sweetener into the swollen chia mixture, then fold in the blueberry mixture.
Divide between two serving bowls and pour a tablespoon of cream over each. Garnish with chopped hazelnuts for added texture.
The full macro-breakdown (and allergens) can be found further down this page (keep scrolling), as well as the link to PIN THE RECIPE (for those on Pinterest).
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Macro Details per serving
Nutritional Information per serving
Calories 215Kcal / 900kJ
Fat 20g of which saturates 6.5g Carbohydrates 4.2g (for my US readers, these are what you refer to as net carbs. See below*) of which sugars 3g
*Note for US readers: The recipes on this site show the carbohydrates which should be counted on keto (in this case: it's 4.2g). Here in the UK, our nutritional breakdown information displays a carbohydrate count that has already had the dietary fibre subtracted (and displayed separately) - and it’s indicated this way throughout the site. In short, you need not subtract anything further.
Disclaimer: The nutritional analysis, macro and allergen breakdown of the recipes on this site are meticulously calculated using the cloud-based software NUTRITICS®. NUTRITICS® is fully approved by the relevant Trading Standards organizations and is EU and FDA-compliant. The author, Monya Kilian Palmer is trained in using this superior software in order to provide you accurate data. The author is not a medical professional and this website has been designed only to provide you with recipes to suit the keto lifestyle you have chosen and discussed with your GP. The macros calculations are provided as a courtesy to you based on Monya’s weighing of ingredients when creating the dishes. If Erythritol (a sugar polyol) has been used in any of the recipes, it has already been manually excluded from the final carbohydrate count for you.