Welcome! Here at Nutrition Works we aim to provide nutrition advice & inspiration to keep you energised and engaged throughout the working day… I passionately believe that by  arming yourself with the information to make theright nutritional choices, this will make a  dramatic difference to your stress, energy and general well-being, allowing you to thrive and succeed both in and out of work. By founder and nutritional therapist Kate Whitelock.


Berry Chai Pudding

I always maintain that eating well shouldn’t be about denial. However, this can often be more difficult when it comes to sweet treats and puddings, which are often laden with sugars and questionable ingredients. I therefore think it is handy to have a couple of simple, quick but delicious puddings up your sleeve, should your sweet tooth come calling! This Berry Chai Pudding ticks all the boxes and is packed with essential fats, key for good hormonal & brain health. Plus, domestic fruits, such as berries, apples + pears, have a much lower sugar content so add a sweet kick without spiking your blood sugar. You can also change it up by experimenting with different types of toppings. Enjoy!

INGREDIENTS – Makes 4 x servings:

  • ½ cup (50g) chai seeds
  • 1 cup (250ml) unsweetened pomegranate juice
  • 2 tbsp. tahini
  • 12 pitted dates, chopped
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • Pinch of cinnamon
  • 225g raspberries
  • Healthy dollop of nuts & seeds to serve


  • Place the chai seeds in the pomegranate juice and leave to soak for 20 minutes. The seeds should swell up and thicken the liquid
  • Place all the other ingredients, bar half the raspberries and the nuts seeds, into a blender. Process until snooth and creamy. Add a little water if too thick
  • Stir in the remaining raspberries and spoon in to bowls to serve. Garnish with your choice of nuts and seeds and anything else you fancy! Cacao nibs and flaxseed also work well


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