Jammy chia slices

Jammylicious and full of goodness, these slices make the perfect snack!

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30 minutes
10-15 minutes

Learn how to make your own jam with just 3 ingredients in this recipe! Why not make extra and store a pot in the fridge ready to stir into your porridge, spread on toast or to make even more jammy chia slices!


300g strawberries

225g gluten free oats

130g coconut oil

100g  honey

60g  almond butter (60g)

50g quinoa flakes

25g ground almonds

15g milled flaxseed

10g chia seeds

1 teaspoon cinnamon


2 x saucepans

Mixing bowl


Wooden spoon

Square or rectangular baking dish (approx 20cm by20cm – but a bit bigger or smaller will be fine!)

Parchment paper




1 1. Preheat the oven to 170c (180c not fan assisted / gas mark 4)
2 2. Chop your strawberries into small chunks and gently heat in a saucepan - use a wooden spoon to mix and mash until they are all mushy!
3 3. Mix in the chia seeds and 1 tablespoon of honey (around 20g) and then leave to one side (off the heat) - this will form into your jam
4 4. Now mix the oats, ground almonds, quinoa flakes, flaxseeds and cinnamon in a bowl
5 5. Melt the coconut oil, almond butter and remaining honey in another saucepan
6 6. Pour the runny mixture into your oat mix and stir really well
7 7. Line your baking dish with parchment paper and squish half your oat mixture into the bottom of it
8 8. Make sure it’s squished down really well (this will stop it being too crumbly after it’s cooked) and then spread your delicious jam over the top
9 9. Now add the other half of the oat mixture on top, making sure it covers all the jam and gently squish it down
10 10. Bake in the oven for 10 - 15 minutes until slightly golden. Leave it to cool before slicing into yummy squares!

Fun fact! Quinoa is known as ‘grain of the Gods’! And it deserves to be – it is packed full of nutrients which help keep you body strong such as manganese, copper and iron!

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