Breakfast || Fresh Pineapple Stacks

This composes one of my favourite breakfasts! It is actually the one and only reason we have steak knives in the house! Yes, you want to utilize a steak knife while eating this! It can compose any and all of your favourite fruits and is healthy and vegan and raw And looks awesome! It was inspired by a recipe form  The Art of Raw Living .

Fresh Pineapple Stacks

Vanilla Pine Nut Sauce
1 Tablespoons Vanilla extract or 2 Vanilla Beans
1/2 cup young coconut water or just H2O
1 cups Pine Nuts
a dash of salt
1/4 cup Agave
1/8 teaspoons Stevia (or half of a package)

Put it all in your blender and blend until it is creamy.

1 rips pineapple cut into thin rounds.
(so you cut the top and bottom off, then cut the skin off, slice it into rounds and then cut the center out of the pineapple so it has a “doughnut hole”)
4 Kiwis sliced into thin rounds
8 Strawberries sliced cut into rounds or small chunks
1 Avocado cut into chunks (preferably one that is ripe but not over ripe)
1 Bananas cut into chunks

In the picture above I added Papaya because I don’t really like bananas. You can also add mango or whatever your favourite fruits are! Set aside the kiwi and pineapple. In a mixing bowl combine the strawberries, avocado and banana (and any additional fruits you prefer). You probably won’t need all of the sauce so just add half at first. You want all of the fruit to be coated in sauce. Take a plate and place one pineapple round on the plate. Stack 3 to 4 kiwi slices on top of the pineapple. Put 2 tablespoons of the fruit mixture on top of the kiwi and then add another pineapple slice and repeat. On your third pineapple slice place the Kiwis and then top with Coconut Whip, some cinnamon and perhaps some walnuts!


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In our house we have two main loves, eating, and reading! Hence two blogs to cover them both. The Fresh Svelte Kitchen is a collection of vegan, mostly raw recipes that we love and want to share. G's Top Shelf is an archive of our favourite children's books that grows with 4 year old G as we read more and as his book preferences change.
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2 Responses to Breakfast || Fresh Pineapple Stacks

  1. Marita says:

    What a fab idea for a for a fresh, summery breakfast! The vanilla pine nut sauce sounds awesome, will definitely be trying this for weekend brunch.

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