Healthy and super easy fruity snack with chia jam + more
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Hi lovelies, are you ready for some delicious snack inspiration? I usually get super hungry in the afternoon, so I try to always make sure to have healthy snacks on hand to prevent me from going crazy in the not so healthy ones – haha I seriously have zero self-control when I am hungry! Having ready-to-eat healthy snacks on hand helps me keep those unhealthy cravings in check most of the time, which is why I really recommend taking a little time out of your busy schedule to prep healthy snacks for the next couple of days – trust me it is so worth it!
Today I want to share the super easy recipe for these delicious yoghurt snack cups with raspberry chia jam and fresh fruit. They are made with the yummy Valio lactose-free raspberry, peach, apricot yoghurt that I have shared with you guys before. I absolutely love that it is so fresh and summery + the best part is that it is completely lactose free (perfect for my lactose intolerant little sister who always steals my snacks), it is thick and creamy (not a fan of watery yoghurts) and it does not contain any artificial sweeteners. I layered the yoghurt with my homemade raspberry chia jam that is bursting with chia seeds for some extra nutrition and topped it with nectarine and fresh raspberries, so yum! ❤︎
Valio lactose-free raspberry, peach, apricot yoghurt
Raspberry chia jam (recipe below)
Peach or nectarine, chopped
Simply layer the yoghurt and chia jam in a glass or jar and top it with the fresh fruit. Either serve it right away or store it in an airtight jar/cover the glass with cellophane and put it in the fridge, it keeps for a couple of days, enjoy!
Raspberry chia jam
225 grams frozen raspberries
2 tablespoons honey
3 tablespoons chia seeds
1/2 deciliter water
Simply add the raspberries, honey, chia seeds and water to a saucepan and bring it to a slow boil. Let it simmer for a couple of minutes, mash the raspberries a little, add the chia seeds and set it aside to cool. Store it in the fridge in an airtight jar, the chia jam will be ready after a couple of hours when the chia seeds have expanded and soaked up the excess liquid.