This morning I brought back an old favorite for breakfast.
In the past I’ve made chocolate chia seed pudding, but last night I wanted to try my hand at honey almond chia seed pudding and made a batch with chia seeds, almond milk, honey and a pinch or two of oats to give it a little bit of that overnight oats flare.
I didn’t measure everything, but I hope to next time because I have a feeling that those of you who adore chia seeds and chewy textures as much as I do would love this dish.
I topped my chia seed pudding with a sliced banana and fresh strawberries and raspberries.
Chia seed pudding on its own isn’t much to look at, but fresh berries sure do amp up its visual appeal.
I think that working out my back is so darn boring. I feel like time basically stops whenever I do back workouts. They seem to take forever. I don’t hate working out my back or anything, but back workouts like the one in the LiveFit program that I did today are simply dull.
I prefer back workouts like the back track in BodyPump classes – nice and fast-paced and energetic. Doing several sets of 12 repetitions of back exercises is mind-numbing for this girl.
I’m keeping things short around here this morning because I’m meeting up with a friend for coffee in 15 minutes and gotta jet!
See ya for lunch!
P.S. I have the opportunity to interview Ellie Krieger today, so if you have any questions you’d like me to ask her, please let me know!