Michele Cranston picked this recipe up from a café she used to work at, and it now appears in her new book "A Simple Table". She writes "Back then it was served toasted with sliced banana, but because I often find myself with a couple of overripe bananas in need of a good baking, I’ve popped them into the bread instead."
Why eat raw? When raw food is heated above 45°C, the enzymes that help you absorb essential nutrients are destroyed, so enjoy these delicious "good for you" raw chia chocolate puddings. Photography by Rob Shaw/bauersyndication.com.au