1 tablespoon Seeds (one or mix of chia, flax, hemp)
6 slices Pear
1/2 teaspoon Syrup (maple, agave, fruit coulis) optional
Choose a nice dish that is not too large as you want to fill the plate and give an abundance feeling to it (sometime we use a parfait glass where you can see the layers). Start with a granola (we use a gluten free type as we like to cover our bases) and either yogurt or chia pudding- if dairy free (11/2 cup of either coconut or almond milk to 1/3 cup of chia seeds- shake a few times in the first 10 minutes and let stand for a few hours- maybe even do the night before and put in the fridge overnight).
Layer your seasonal fruits (we suggest to use local and seasonal fruits- they will taste better) but keep the pears slices (or apples) for the end.
Sprinkle nuts and dried fruits (we use raw nuts and homemade dehydrated fruits).
Place the coconut flakes (important to use unsweetened coconut flakes not coconut shreds) on top and in the center of the dish. Sprinkles chia seeds or other seeds (full of omega-3) and, if wanted, a little bit of a maple or agave syrup (we sometime use a homemade mango or raspberry coulee) or even a little bit of honey.
Finish decorating with the slices of pear or apples like angel wings all around the plate. This dish is very appealing and healthy.
It can be served as a whole breakfast and has been approved by a certified nutritionist but we serve it as the second dish after a broiled grapefruit and before the egg bonanza dish!