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How to Make a Banana and Blueberry Chia Breakfast Bowl

author image Tiffany Lin
Tiffany Lin has been a writer and editor since 2008. Her book reviews, news pieces and features have appeared in Cat Fancy, Dog World, Romantic Homes, Cottages & Bungalows, Chickens, Kittens USA and Urban Farm magazines. Lin is currently the Food & Drink and Nutrition Editor for LIVESTRONG.COM.
How to Make a Banana and Blueberry Chia Breakfast Bowl
You'll sleep easy knowing this chia breakfast bowl is waiting for you in the morning. Photo Credit: LIVESTRONG.COM

Want a breakfast you can quickly make and enjoy without even having to turn on the stove?

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Try your hand at making our unbelievably easy chia breakfast bowl. It’s high in protein and fiber and contains heart-healthy blueberries and omega 3-rich chia seeds — two superfoods that will give your morning a healthy start.

This recipe includes 259 calories, 10 grams of protein, 16 grams of fat and 30 grams of total carbohydrates per serving.

You’ll need either a Mason jar or bowl. Add chia seeds and almond milk, then stir and cover. Let the chia seed mixture soak overnight.

In the morning, put the chia seeds into a medium-size bowl. Add a sliced banana and stir. Then top with some blueberries, raw honey — it’s high in antioxidants! — and a sprinkling of cinnamon.

And that’s it: Your quick and healthy breakfast is ready to be enjoyed!

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Have you tried making chia pudding? Love it or hate it? Tell us about your experiences as well as your healthy cooking tips and tricks in the comments below!

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