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Mango & coconut chia pudding with Deflame

A healthy and delicious anti-inflammatory breakfast!

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If you like chia seed pudding, then you should definitely try this recipe... it's simply DEVINE!

A big thank you to Natalie Mayne for developing this gorgeous recipe for Rhythm Nutrition.


  • 120ml coconut milk / drink
  • 2tbsp chia seeds
  • 2tsp maple syrup
  • 3-4tbsp mango puree
  • 2-3tbsp coconut yoghurt
  • 2-3tbsp granola
  • 1tbsp (your daily dose) of Deflame from Rhythm Nutrition
  •  1-2tbsp pomegranate seeds
  • 1-2tbsp chopped pistachios


Put the milk in a small sealed clear container (e.g. a glass jar), add the maple syrup and the chia seeds and stir for 10 seconds or so. Try to make sure they’re mostly submerged in the milk. Leave for a couple of minutes and then do the same again, which should help ensure they are no clumps. Once it looks evenly mixed then seal the lid and put it in the fridge for a couple of hours - you could also leave it overnight. If you can - then come back and stir it or shake it again after a while to further prevent it from clumping!

When it’s ready, the chia seeds will have absorbed the milk nicely and it should be thick with a rice pudding like consistency.

To assemble, put the chia pudding in the bottom of your glass. Then, using a teaspoon top with the mango puree. Smooth out the top with the back of the spoon to make it level and then do the same with the coconut yoghurt on top of that. Sprinkle your granola on top of that. Then drizzle on your daily dose of Deflame. Finally, top with your pomegranate seeds and your chopped pistachios and its ready!

Enjoy your inflammation fighting breakfast!



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