Mango & Blueberry Chia Pot

September 18, 2018

Mango & Blueberry Chia Pot

Having breakfast prepped and ready to go just makes life easier. FACT. Making breakfast the night before takes a few minutes OR you can batch jars ready for the week ahead and the night before just add milk, even easier! The Mango & Blueberry Chia Pot is one of my go-to easy breakfasts and you can mix and match with whatever fruits and flavours you like. Chia seeds for breakfast is a nice light and easy way to start the day.

Sometimes chia isn’t the most filling breakfast and if it’s not enough for you, I recommend adding in a scoop of protein powder (I love Nuzest Smooth Vanilla). I also like to add some crunch in the form of nuts and seeds or some of my Ginger & Buckwheat Granola.

Easy breakfasts!

Mango & Blueberry Chia Pot – Key Nutrients

Chia Seeds

  • A combination of protein, fibre and healthy fats to help boost satiety and feeling of fullness.
  • Approximately 6g protein per serve.
  • Approximate 12g fibre per serve – that’s nearly half of your daily intake!


  • Helps to stabilise blood glucose levels which helps to reduce energy crashes and sugar cravings.
  • Rich source of antioxidants.


  • Blueberries & mango are both amazing sources of vitamin C.
  • Using whole pieces of fruit (if you don’t have mango & blueberries, use anything) will boost your daily intake of fibre.

Print Recipe
Mango & Blueberry Chia Pot
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast
Prep Time 5 minutes
  1. Place the chia and cinnamon into a bowl or jar and stir thoroughly before adding the milk. Stir through and let the mixture sit for a few minutes and then stir again (the chia can sometimes all sink to the bottom, so an extra stir is handy!).
  2. Chop the mango and add with blueberries to the mix.
  3. Top with nuts, seeds, coconut chips or granola etc.
Recipe Notes


I use a standard cup measure. If you don’t have one you can use a mug and substitute the amount for ¾ of a standard size mug.

Find your Ingredients

Chia seeds – health food aisle

Cinnamon - herbs and spices aisle

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Amy Savage is a qualified Nutritionist with a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutritional & Dietetic Medicine and is available for consultations online and in Sydney CBD. Email for further details. 

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