Organic Mulberry Sorbet & Yogurt Topping
When the heat hits, one of the most popular cravings is ice cream, sorbet, or the like. Anything, it seems, that’s cold enough to help with the heat! And sometimes, when we’re feeling naughty, we add some toppings to our fatty treat. Most of the time those toppings consist only of more sugar, aiding in a mid-day crash later. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Organic Mulberries are chewy, sweet, and slightly moist. They’re great for making fresh fruit crisps (yes, that recipe is coming soon!) and to replace granola at certain times, like on all natural or honey flavored Greek Yogurt. What’s more, this is great for your kids’ sweet tooth without all the junk. Since store bought granola contain up to 17 grams of sugar per serving (not good if, say, there are 8 servings in a package), Organic Mulberries are a much better option. It may not be as crunchy, but it won’t make your jaw sore midway through either. Oh, and did we mention the health benefits that come with eating Mulberries?
- 1 cup Rich Nature Organic Mulberries
- 1 tablespoon flax seed oil
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 2 tablespoons honey or agave
- you favorite yogurt, ice cream, or sorbet. In the photo, we used blood orange sorbet.
- You’ll need to grind your Mulberries with food processor. Make sure it’s not too fine, like a powder. You’ll want to see the individual seeds on this one (see photo)
- Add the flax seed, honey / agave, and fresh fruit (we used fresh blueberries) and mix well together.
- Add to your treat!