Chia is very in high fibre and I often use the ground kind in my recipes. However, whole chia seeds are just as fantastic. They need more love though as they are pretty flavourless. Here, I experimented a little and made breakfast pots based on the same ingredients one would use to make a Bulletproof Coffee! The coffee flavour is subtle, but you can increase this if your coffee maker makes espressos (or you can boost it using instant coffee granules). Playing around until you are happy is the goal with this one – so have some fun! I sprinkled mine with some ground cinnamon which is optional, but it does add another flavour dimension which is lovely, so I would recommend it…
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Carbs 2.3g | Fat 24g | Protein 4.6g
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Bulletproof Coffee Chia Pots (Keto)
- Make a cup of black coffee, approximately 180ml. Pour into a bowl and whisk in the MCT oil and almond milk.
- Add the chia seeds and stir well to combine.
- Cover with cling film and place in the fridge so the chia seeds can soften and swell overnight.
- It may be a good idea to give it a little stir once or twice about an hour after you have placed it in the fridge.
- The next morning, stir through the sweetener and the double cream. Divide between two serving bowls and sprinkle with ground cinnamon (and additional sweetener if needed).
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Calories 245Kcal / 1025kJ
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