Fruit bowl with coconut yoghurt, seeds and berry compote
My fruit bowl with coconut yoghurt, seeds and berry compote is brimming with vitamins, minerals and bags of goodness. And it’s pretty darn yummy too!
In fact it’s a bowl of everything you need to ensure you start your day off in the right way.
It’s super quick – literally only requires the act of pouring and devouring – so it’s a fabulous choice if you’re short on time.
I’ve stated a handful of everything but you can add as much or as little as you wish.
1 handful of blueberries
1 handful of raspberries
1 handful of grapes (green, red or black. I eat mostly black for their amazing health benefits)
1 handful of pumpkin seeds
1 handful of sunflower seeds
3 tbsp of coconut milk yoghurt (this is the one I eat)
2 tbsp of Nat’s berry compote (optional) Look out for the post on how to make this coming soon)
Ok, seriously, this couldn’t get any easier…
1. Throw all the fruit in your favourite cereal bowl.
2. Pour on the coconut milk yogurt.
3. Scatter over the pumpkin and sunflower seeds.
4. Drizzle on the berry compote.
5. Mix together gently and enjoy every mouthful.
Switch it up!
One of the great things about fruit bowls is that you can include whatever fruits you like. I know I’m stating the obvious but it’s true. Bananas and apples work well too and offer their own additional health benefits.
Or you could top your bowl off with some dried cranberries and raisins or include cubed pieces of melon and pineapple. They all taste delicious and work really well.
And of course if you wanted to use fresh natural yoghurt or Greek style yoghurt instead of coconut milk yoghurt then that would work perfectly fine too.
Another idea that you might want to try is adding oats or flakes of almonds. And a handful of your favourite cereal for extra crunch can be equally satisfying too. Drew loves to add a handful of this to his bowl and it tastes especially scrumptious.
Experiment and have fun.
My only suggestion would be to make it as colourful and as texture-filled as possible. Make it a real breakfast treat.
Where possible use organic and locally grown produce and wash the fruit thoroughly.
Title and content images courtesy of Nat Millie.