Breakfast is undeniably my favorite meal of the day, but there’s something about the summertime that leaves me uninterested in nearly any of the dishes I usually whip up throughout the year. Maybe it’s the pressing heat or just my general laziness, but it’s not often I find myself wanting to cook breakfast this time of year.
Overnight oats are a great route for cooling and fueling the body first thing in the morning–not to mention they can reduce the time you’re spending in the kitchen. But if you’re looking for a particularly nutritious, energizing breakfast that also has hydrating properties, chia pudding is the way to go.
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Once you’ve added your superfood powder, you can top your chia pudding with nuts to get some extra healthy fats into your diet, or sprinkle on a handful of berries to enhance the antioxidant content of your meal.
This recipe takes hardly any prep time, and it’s packed with a sweet and zesty flavor, so you’ll have a no-cook breakfast that will cool you off on those hot summer days in no time.
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