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Superfood Breakfast Topper

I always tend to make a batch of this so that I always have something on hand to 'garnish' with. It's packed full of goodness and adding it to your morning meal makes it oh-so-much better!

Method

Roughly chop the nuts. This can be done in a food processor but make sure you pulse chop to retain texture.

Tip into a bowl and stir in the other ingredients. Store in an air tight container. It will keep for 2 weeks.

Use to sprinkle over your favourite yoghurt with fruit.

Ingredients

50g brazil nuts - for selenium


50g blanched almonds - for vitamin E


50g shelled pistachios - for potassium


2 tablespoons milled chia seeds - for manganese


2 tablespoons psysillium husks - for digestive health


2 tablespoon milled flax - omega 3 fatty acids


Serves: Makes enough to fill a 250ml air tight container


Dietaries: Vegan

Method

Roughly chop the nuts. This can be done in a food processor but make sure you pulse chop to retain texture.

Tip into a bowl and stir in the other ingredients. Store in an air tight container. It will keep for 2 weeks.

Use to sprinkle over your favourite yoghurt with fruit.

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