¼cupmueslilow FODMAP sub low FODMAP granola or Gluten Free oats
For the chia seed pudding:
Combine the milk with the chia seeds. Make sure you stir every few minutes until it is evenly gelled. I like to add half of the milk and wait about 10 minutes. Then, I will add the other half of the milk and stir it again. You can also make this 1-2 days ahead of time and store it in the fridge. Stir in blue spirulina and pink pitaya powder to get the shade of purple that you like.
For the purple yogurt:
I stirred in blue spirulina and pink pitaya powder to the yogurt. You can play with the colors and add more pink or blue to see what color you come up with! The more color you add, the darker it will be, especially if you add more of the blue spirulina!
How to layer the jar:
To make the parfait, all I did was layer scoops of the chia pudding, yogurt, blueberries, and muesli.
You can make the whole parfait a few days ahead of time to bring to work or school with you! Make sure you don’t store the pre-made chia pudding for more than 3 or 4 days because once it is gelled it can go bad pretty quickly!
NOTE: I like to make a certain color of purple yogurt with super food powders. If you don't want to go through the trouble of mixing it, you can simply find a blueberry yogurt (which is usually purple) and use that instead!sub beet root powder for pink pitaya powder