Would you like a pie? Oh yes, why not?! And indeed, why not! In life you have to enjoy yourself and especially when it's healthy. A cake based on Açai with a granola base, ideal to take with you to snack on before or after your workout. Keep reading to find out which power foods are included.
Holy Berry - Açai & guarana1 pack
Pitted dates 50 g
Melted coconut oil
Plain cheese or plant-based alternative
How do you make it?
Soak the dates for 5 minutes in boiling water. Drain. Put the dates with the granola, oatmeal and coconut oil in the food processor and mix finely. You will now get a sticky mass.
Take the cupcake moulds and spread the mixture over the bottom. Press down well with a spoon. Place in the fridge until the yoghurt layer is ready.
Crush the banana and put it in a saucepan together with the yoghurt and the melted Açai. Warm gently but do not boil! In the meantime, put the gelatine in cold water and let it soften. Squeeze the gelatine well and add it to the slightly warmed Açai preparation until it has dissolved. Finally, mix in the frozen blueberries.
Divide the Açai-yoghurt mixture over the cupcake moulds. Place in the freezer and leave to set. Preferably do this overnight. Serve in the morning at breakfast.
Finish with blueberries, mint and granola.
We summarise the power foods present in this recipe for you:
- Dates: nature's powerhouse and ideal for sweetening dishes in a healthy way
- Oatmeal: source of important fibres and slow carbohydrates
- Açai: why, you know by now?
- Blueberry: in addition to Açai also very rich in antioxidants
- Coconut fat: interesting fat composition with lots of important nutrients
This original Açai recipe was created by Shana Vanhoof. You can find this recipe and many others on her Instagram page @shanavanhoof or on her blog.