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The Kollath Breakfast | Kollath Chia “Chocolate” Pudding with Fruits and Nuts

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The Kollath breakfast is an easy-to-make raw vegan breakfast with a high nutritional content, made of wheat flakes and dry fruits and nuts. This recipe is a kollath chia chocolate pudding with fruits and nuts. 

Have you heard of the Kollath breakfast before? Well, for me it was the first time. I was approached by Solaris, a Romanian company I like very much, and I was asked to do a review on their new product, the Kollath breakfast mix. I gladly accepted and they sent me a bunch of products, from nuts and seeds, to dry fruits and nut butters, basically, everything you need for an awesome healthy breakfast!

Solaris dejunul kollath

What is the Kollath breakfast?

First of all, let me tell you a bit about what the Kollath breakfast is. The Kollath breakfast was first invented in the 20th century by Dr. Werner Kollath, who discovered a way of making wheat easily digestible without boiling it. By mixing it with dry fruits and nuts, you get all the vitamins and minerals you need for starting your day. The Kollath breakfast will make you feel full for longer periods of time, which also makes it perfect for those of you who want to healthily lose a couple of pounds. Also, it eliminates constipation, regulates digestion, improves well-being and gives you a nice supply of vitamins and minerals

That being said, I couldn’t wait to give it a try. Unfortunately, as you probably know, I gave up gluten, so the tester for this recipe was my boyfriend, Costin. He is even pickier than I am, so if he says it’s good,  it really is!

Kollath Breakfast macrobiotic

The original Kollath breakfast recipe is pretty simple. Just soak the wheat flakes and fruits and nuts mix overnight, then combine them the next morning with some lemon juice and freshly grated apple. I wanted to try something else and make this breakfast even more nutritious! I decided to make a carob chia pudding and add the wheat flakes and nuts and fruits. It turned out great!

If you’re looking for an easy, healthy and super nutritious and delicious breakfast, the Kollath breakfast is the best choice for you. Combine it with the miracle chia seeds and you’ve got pure health in a bowl!

Enjoy! If you’re going to give it a try, don’t forget to send in your feedback!

P.S. Thanks Solaris for the wonderful products! 🙂

Kollath Breakfast chia pudding

Yield: 1 -2 servings

The Kollath Breakfast | Kollath Chia “Chocolate” Pudding with Fruits and Nuts

Kollath Breakfast Dejunul Kollath

The Kollath breakfast is an easy-to-make raw vegan breakfast with a high nutritional content, made of wheat flakes and dry fruits and nuts. This recipe is a kollath chia chocolate pudding with fruits and nuts.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 Solaris Kollath Breakfast mix , the equivalent of 3 Tbsps wheat flakes + 3 Tbsps nuts and dry fruits mix
  • 1 Tbsps carob powder
  • 1 tsp honey , or another healthy sweetener of choice
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 2 Tbsps chia seeds
  • water

Instructions

  1. Soak the wheat flakes overnight in some water, and leave them at room temperature to ferment.
  2. Soak dry fruits and nuts mix (optional). I personally prefer them not soaked, as I like a little bit of crunchiness added to this pudding.
  3. Add banana, chia seeds, honey and carob powder in the blender. Blend well.
  4. Combine the soaked wheat flakes with the mix above.
  5. Add nuts and dry fruits mix on top and serve.

Nutrition Information

Yield

1

Serving Size

1 grams

Amount Per Serving Unsaturated Fat 0g

You should also try this Gluten-Free Muesli breakfast recipe!

 Kollath Breakfast Dejunul Kollath veganKollath Breakfast

Ashley

Wednesday 25th of July 2018

This is the first chia breakfast that I ever had and I liked it way more than I imagined. I'm planning on transforming this into a morning routine, it's so healthy and delicious! Now I'm looking forward to each morning ^__^

Ruxandra

Friday 7th of September 2018

Glad you liked it! :D

Allie

Thursday 25th of February 2016

Regarding the dried fruit used for Kollath breakfast, it's important to be aware that most dried fruit (non-organic) is preserved with sulfites (usually sulphur dioxide). It's a chemical I would definitely want to avoid - and I assume that those who eat a Kollath breakfast for its health benefits would to. Even more importantly, if you're sensitive/allergic to sulfites even a small amount of sulfite can wreak health havoc; we're talking severe asthma symptoms. To avoid sulfites in dried fruit, stick to organic and - ironically - avoid dried fruit that looks "too fresh", i.e. dried apples that are white, not golden og light brown, and dried apricots that are orange instead of brown. They only retain their original "fresh" colour because they have been preserved and that means treated with sulfites.

Ruxandra

Sunday 28th of February 2016

Thanks for the useful info, Allie! :)

Fructe uscate

Tuesday 8th of July 2014

Healthy recipe!

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