Almost every girl loves pink. The colour is beautiful and radiates gentleness and femininity. But have you ever thought about incorporating the soft colour into your food? How do you do that without the commonly undesirable solution of using food colouring? Rosie Hatch, an author to the book, Rosie's Rustic Kitchen, gave us great recipes for creating beautifully pink desserts. They are easy to make, beautiful to look at, and fun and delicious to eat. So what are you waiting for? Get the pink cracking!
Strawberry Smoothie Bowl
Serve it for breakfast or a healthy treat. This strawberry banana bowl is topped with freshly sliced strawberries and chia boasting omega-3’s, antioxidants and fiber. The inside filling is made with strawberries, a frozen banana and almond milk. Don’t forget to add some edible flowers on top for extra color!
- 5 strawberries, stems removed + 1 extra for toppings
- 1 frozen banana
- 1 cup nut milk
- 1 tbsp sweetener (honey, maple syrup or organic sugar)
- 1 tbsp chia seeds
- Dried edible flowers
In a blender, blend strawberries, banana, almond milk, sweetener and chia. Serve in a coconut bowl and top with strawberry slices, extra chia and edible flowers.
Yogurt parfaits can be served as a healthy dessert or a breakfast snack. Assembly is a breeze and the presentation speaks for itself. Try this recipe out for a yummy way to get your vitamins and nutrients in a pretty package.
- 3-5oz jars of strawberry yogurt
- 1 cup granola
- 1 pint strawberries
- Fresh mint
In small mason jars layer ingredients starting with sliced strawberries on the bottom, yogurt and granola. Repeat the process again omitting the granola and instead topping with a fresh strawberry slice.