Mango Berry Coconut Parfait

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Breakfast: when it’s the most important meal of the day, it should taste spectacular. So, we’ve given you spectacular with this mango berry coconut parfait.

Many people are intimidated by the idea of coming up with recipes, but the truth is, it’s pretty easy. Once you begin to trust your instincts, all you have to do is open your mind (and mouth!) up to the concept of flavor combining. One place to begin is with seasonal produce. Edible plants that come to maturity at the same time often taste good together (think tomatoes and basil). The same rule of thumb applies to crops that grow in the same region, such as tropical fruits.

Blending the meat from a young coconut with its own water will yield a luscious light pudding or a thick cream, depending on the ratio you use. For the thicker result, use less of the water. And don’t let fear of opening a young coconut keep you away from this delight—there are lots of YouTube videos that will show you the technique, or you can order season one of my television show Fork in the Road with Sheree Clark: I show you how in one of the 13 episodes.

Mango Berry Coconut Parfait

Ingredients

  • 1 capful Vitamin Mineral Rush
  • 1–2 young coconuts
  • 2 mangoes, cubed
  • ½ pint blueberries
  • ½ pint blackberries
  • 2 teaspoons chia seeds
  • 3 tablespoons  granola
Total Time

Prep Time

5 min

DIRECTIONS

Open young coconuts and pour one cup of the coconut water and Vitamin Mineral Rushinto blender. Scoop out coconut meat and add to blender and puree until smooth, adding more coconut water if needed for blending. Stir in chia seeds and set aside.

Combine berries and mango and arrange into serving bowls or glasses. Pour coconut mixture on top. Garnish with granola.

Mango Berry Coconut Parfait

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