Recipe: Berry Coconut Yogurt Bowl (Dairy-Free)

Berry Coconut Yogurt Smoothie Bowl Photo

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.

Berry Coconut Yogurt Bowl with Natural and Organic Ingredients Photo

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.