I have never been someone who’s content with a piece of fruit for dessert. Even as a wellness journalist and certified holistic health coach, I stock up on ripe strawberries and oversized oranges with the intention of savoring them after dinner. But then I think about the dairy-free pint of Ben & Jerry’s I have in the freezer or my dark chocolate Hu Kitchen bar (hey, it has antioxidants!), and, well, more often than not, that fruit ends up forgotten until breakfast.
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Raspberry concoction with chia seeds

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Mango concoction

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Raspberry and yoghurt delight

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Peach, blueberries and yoghurt

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Fruit salad

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Raspberry and yoghurt rainbow

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Kiwi madness

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Grapes, chocolate and yoghurt

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Berry cherry yoghurt yumminess

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Raspberry and mint concoction

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Delicious mango dessert with natural yoghurt and lots of fruit

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Pana Cotta with Berries

Light version of Panna cotta with cherries, strawberries, raspberries and oat flakes For 3 servings: 300 g frozen fruit (I used raspberries, cherries and strawberries) 100 ml of water 3 teaspoons of sugar, a few drops of vanilla extract I boiled everything, blended and rubbed through a small sieve, I added 3 gelatine leaves to the hot mousse (previously soaked and drained, I added a spoonful of mousse and stirred) . 200 g of natural yoghurt and 150 ml of milk mixed with 2 tablespoons oat flakes, 1 tablespoon of honey, I added a tablespoon of sweet basil seeds, you can use chia and 4 gelatin leaves (prepared as above). On the bottom of glass I added a few tablespoons of yoghurt, put aside for a few minutes in the freezer, I added a few tablespoons of fruit mousse to the next layer and so on to the last layer gradually add mousse.

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