Summer Berries are Everywhere!
It’s the perfect time to enjoy fresh raspberries with coconut cream.Jump to Recipe
I kind of feel like smothering any fruit in coconut cream is a good idea.
You can really use and kind of fruit here. Mangoes are an especially delicious choice with this lightly sweetened coconut cream.
The coconut cream is sweetened with just a tiny bit of maple syrup. I like to sprinkle just a little bit on panela sugar on top. Panela sugar is a less refined sugar that is not only tasty but has has some actual nutrition in it.
The Panela sugar is a little bit crunchy so it adds a nice texture to cream. Give it a try. I love using panela sugar as a substitute for regular sugar. It’s rich and earthy. It gives baked goods a really distinctive flavor profile. I almost can’t describe it. You really need to try it.
I finish everything off with a dusting of unsweetened cocoa powder.
We hope you enjoy this super easy dessert.
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Raspberries and Coconut Cream
Super easy berry filled dessert, packed with healthy fats. This recipe is Vegan and Paleo friendly. It is also fresh and delicious.
- 12 ounces fresh raspberries
- 6 ounces coconut cream
- 2 tsp panela sugar
- 1 tsp maple syrup
- 1 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder
Whip cold coconut cream and maple syrup together until slightly fluffy. (cream will still be loose)
Add ¼ of the berries to each of 4 bowls.
Add ¼ of the coconut cream to each of the 4 bowls.
Dust with panela sugar and cocoa powder.
Panela sugar is a type of unrefined sugar. It's flavor is raw and rich. It adds a wonderful flavor element here. If you cannot find it some turbinado sugar would also work. Or just leave the sugar out all together.