- 1 litre natural yoghurt
- 50 grams Raw Honey
- 2 level tablespoons Vanilla Paste
- 1/2 cup chia seeds
- 50 grams Milk
Place all ingredients into bowl. Mix 10secs/Sp5
Divide between serving jars (or 1 large container will work also). Pop into the fridge overnight to allow chia to plump up and set.
Top with fruit of choice.
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This is yummy served with fresh fruit or a fruit compote. Is a great breakfast, snack or healthy addition to the school lunchbox.
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