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Berry Chia Breakfast Pot

Updated: Jun 11


These breakfast pots are antioxidant-rich, high in fibre, protein, zinc, beneficial bacteria, and omega-3 fats. They are extremely anti-inflammatory and soothing to the gut, and for keeping your gut healthy. Besides breakfast, they can also be enjoyed as a pudding any time of the day.

If you are dairy-free or following a low FODMAP diet, leave out the kefir and use coconut yoghurt.


Serves 2


Large handful of strawberries, preferably organic

Small handful of blueberries, preferably organic

50ml milk kefir or coconut yoghurt

150ml unsweetened almond or oat milk

1 tbsp. pumpkin seeds

1 tbsp. hulled hemp seeds

3 tbsp. chia seeds

1 tsp. vanilla essence

1 tsp. maple syrup

Flaked coconut (to serve, optional)

Cacao nibs (to serve, optional)

Place all ingredients except the flaked coconut and cacao nibs in a blender and blitz until smooth.

Pour mixture into wide-brimmed glasses and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

To serve, scatter with blueberries, pumpkin seeds, flaked coconut, and cocoa nibs.




Helen Ross is a registered nutritionist, specialising in gut health and IBS support. If you'd like to know more about eating for a healthy gut, and/or how to keep your gut healthy, book in for a FREE call here to discover how she can help you.


Helen offers a virtual (online) clinic and local IBS support and nutritional therapy services to the Bridport, Dorchester, Weymouth, Poole, Bournemouth, and East Devon areas.

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