Coconut Berry Swirl (Diabetic)

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Coconut Berry Swirl (Diabetic)

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Ingredients

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2 handfuls mixed berries
2 generous scoops coconut yoghurt or Greek style yoghurt

Variations

different berries – I used mulberries in the photo but any berry can be used. Raspberries are my favourite here. For firmer berries like strawberries you might like to puree in the food processor.

no swirl – if you can’t be bothered with the mashing and swirling, just serve berries on top of the yoghurt.

no coconut yoghurt – health food stores should be able to source commercial coconut yoghurt for you. Or try making your own.

dairy-lovers – replace coconut yoghurt with natural Greek yoghurt, double cream, whipped cream or mascarpone.

crunchy – top with some roast sliced almonds.

more substantial – double the quantities.

sweeter – if your berries aren’t super ripe, add a pinch of stevia or your favourite diabetic sweetener.

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Berries have to be the best when it comes to quick, low-carb diabetic desserts that taste amazing. I love to mash them and swirl through lightly whipped cream or coconut yoghurt as I’ve used here. Because you’re smashing them, both fresh and frozen berries work well.
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Steps

1
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Mash berries in a small bowl with a fork.

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Scoop yoghurt into two bowls, then swirl your berry mash through the coconut.

jules

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