Papaya and Mango in Yogurt, with Dollop of Honey and a Touch of Mint!




Papaya and Mango in Yogurt, with Dollop of Honey and a Touch of Mint!


‘Love Food Eat’ is 20 days old! I can hardly believe it as it is already such an important part of my life! It has 20 posts and is growing fast! I am happy to tell you all that it’s been featured on Foodgawker (2 photos) and TasteSpotting (7 photos) and for the first time had over 1000 clicks yesterday! I have had several wonderful food bloggers writing to me complimenting on my recipes and photography! Thank you all! As a new blogger I can’t ask for anything more 🙂

Here’s my 21st recipe, 21 days after I started this blog!

Another dessert for breakfast recipe! Again, this is not your regular sugary, greasy and heavy dessert I am talking about. This dessert is loaded with goodness and will leave you feeling light. I am just trying to make your mornings a little sweeter 😉

There is nothing better than a cool of bowl of yogurt and fruit on a summer morning. With a little improvisation this simple breakfast is presented beautifully. I used a combination of Papaya and Mango which taste great together. Both orange yellow fruits complement each other and go very well with the creamy sweet yogurt. I used homemade yogurt but I think store bought (Greek) would work just fine. With honey used as a sweetener it gets healthier and mint ads a touch of green to the already perfect dish.

This is great to start your day with or to end your meal with! Simple yet good!



Papaya - goldmine of vitamins, minerals and fibre



tiny papaya scoop



little orange beauties



Mango scoops



fruit scoops in yogurt



Sprinkle freshly chopped mint leaves



drizzle some honey



Now that’s my breakfast!


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  • Yogurt
  • Papaya scoops
  • Mango scoops
  • Finely chopped mint
  • Honey


Use a little scooper to make tiny scoops of both mango and papaya. Place yogurt in a bowl. Add scoops of fruits. Sprinkle freshly chopped mint and drizzle some honey.

Serve immediately as breakfast or dessert!

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