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Inspire Your Kids’ Culinary Genius with this Dairy-Free Berry Coconut Yogurt Bowl!

It’s Mother’s day this week – a day I truly love to stretch out as long as possible because I get to celebrate that I have two incredible sons, who like to reverse our roles for an hour and make me breakfast.

If you have kids, and you’ve been made a “kid-inspired” meal, you know that you might get just about anything on your plate.

There’s no combination that’s off limits.

Last year I got eggs, carrots & raisins in a bowl with a beaming smile hiding behind it.

Not something I’d normally make for myself, but I’ll tell you it was delicious!

Kid-inspired meals have that magic ingredient that can turn any non-traditional combination, any mistake, into a heart melting delicious meal. You can taste the love.

The best part of this love-made food is that it works both ways. Making food for others is a form of nurturing and helps to bond us to our loved ones. For children, making something in the kitchen for a parent or another family member helps to boost happiness, confidence, trust and creativity.

Yogurt bowls are the perfect kid-friendly recipes to get them involved in the kitchen and to their own love-infused masterpiece. No matter how young or old the energy you put into your creative edible masterpiece is felt by those who consume it.

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Berry Coconut Yogurt Bowl


  • 1 container Yoso Coconut Yogurt
  • 1 tsp Find Your Chill Blue Matcha
  • 1 tsp Pitaya Organic Freeze Dried Dragon Fruit
  • 1-2 tbsp Beekeepers Naturals Raw Bee Pollen
  • 1 tbsp Miski Organics Cacao Nibs
  • 1-2 tbsp Hippie Snacks Coconut Chips (original)
  • 1/4 cup Organic blueberries
  • 2 Organic Strawberries, cut into hearts  


  1. Divide coconut yogurt in half in two separate small bowls.
  2. Add 1 tsp of Blue Matcha in one bowl and mix until yogurt is completely blue
  3. Add 1 tsp of freeze dried Dragon Fruit in the other bowl and mix until the yogurt is pink
  4. Carefully pour both colours into a third bowl so that there is pink on one side and blue on the other.
  5. To make blended swirls, drag a knife from one end to the bowl to the other
  6. Add toppings to the top of the bowl and get as creative as you want!

About the Author:

Miranda Malisani is the Spokesperson and Director of Health & Wellness at Nature’s Emporium. She’s also a nationally recognized holistic nutritionist, TV personality and a mom of two.


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    Where is the nutrition breakdown for the Berry Coconut Yogurt Bowl (Dairy-Free) receipe?

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