a recipe post: chia seed pudding parfait

living a healthy life is so much more than just being active; it's nourishing your mind (through things like reading and meditation) and your body (through noms). but as a busy person who now works every day and works out nearly every day, i need a breakfast that's fast and keeps me full for a long time. here's a great way to nourish your body with tons of awesome super foods, like chia seeds and Nature Valley Muesli.

i love using muesli in breakfast foods because it has so many different textures, and is delicious both hot and cold. the Nature Valley Muesli is a delicious blend of whole rolled oats, fruit, nuts and seeds, and is already lightly sweetened, so you don't have to worry about adding any extra sugars to it.

chia seed pudding parfait
4-5 T chia seed
2/3 cup almond milk (flavored or unflavored, whatever you prefer)
1/4 cup raspberries (or whatever berry you love slash is on sale)
1/4 cup Nature Valley Muesli (i'm using Nature ValleyTM Toasted Oats Muesli-Blueberry)

you'll need to start your chia seed pudding the night before, so pour your chia seeds into a sealable container (i use mason jars) and add your almond milk. mix them with a spoon so the seeds are all mixed in with your milk. let it sit in your refrigerator overnight and get good and yummy.
in the morning, layer on your berries and your Nature Valley Muesli; i like doing one layer of each, but you can split them up into multiple layers.
with raspberries
that's it! so easy; you can keep your jars sealed and in your fridge for a few days, so this is also a super fast make-ahead breakfast. in the morning, you can just grab a jar and go!
if you'd like to try this out for yourself, grab a $1 off coupon for Nature Valley Muesli! it comes in a variety of flavors and is a great substitute for high sugar granola and cereal. let me know if you grab some and if you like it!

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