A bowl of oats with tropical flavours and fruit is the best way to start the day! Make this coconut and grapefruit oatmeal breakfast bowl in 20 minutes!
Take a trip to the many islands of Indonesia for the ultimate taste adventure that you can create in your own home, starting with these spicy fried noodles!
A hot and toasty baked good for breakfast? Yes, please! You’ll love the fresh tropical flavours in this coconut and banana breakfast bake, but if you aren’t keen on cooked bananas, fresh berries will pair just as well!
What are summer days without juicy mango? These tropical spring rolls with avo dipping sauce make delicious and healthy summer treats to indulge in!
We could never say ‘no’ to dessert for breakfast, especially when it’s filled with the sweet tropical flavours of this frozen banana breakfast tart with shaved pineapple and coconut.
Since its arrival on the foodie scene, coconut water has been hailed as nature’s own miracle drink. Its wild popularity has led many to question its supposed nutritional value, dismissing the flavoursome water as just another passing health trend. But don’t be fooled. Coconut water is wonderfully hydrating too. The clear liquid found inside young, green coconuts (not to be confused with coconut milk) contains five essential electrolytes: calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, sodium and potassium. You’ve probably heard the claims that this sweet water has anti-ageing, anti-carcinogenic and anti-thrombotic effects, but this hasn’t been proven yet.