Yes we have turned Coconut Greens into a spread!
It’s delicious and sweet and not only is it tasty, but it also provides a good source of essential fats from the avocado.
Time to Make 5 minutes
Serving 1 small serving bowl
1 large ripe avocado stone removed
2-3 tsp Coconut Greens
1 tsp cinnamon
1-2 tsp sunflower seeds (for a bit of crunch)
¼ wedge lime juice (for some zing)
1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
A pinch of salt
1 1/2 tsp organic vanilla bean paste (can use extract)
Mash your avocado well into a bowl
Slowly and gently mix in the Coconut Greens, cinnamon, lime juice and olive oil until well combined
Add in the sunflower seeds
Spread onto a base of your choice.
Our tip substitute this spread for guacamole next time you make tacos or nachos.
This spread is delicious with rice cakes, crackers and veggie sticks the choices are endless!
We love smoothie bowls! They combine our love of smoothies and breakfast only served in a bowl. Have some fun with the toppers and get your creative juices flowing.
No need to chop your greens such as kale, broccoli or spinach here because its already in all your Coconut Greens.
Better Still, no need to buy coconut water because, you guessed it, its already there. Too easy!
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