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Pink Raspberry & Coconut Porridge (VG + GF)

Updated: Aug 13, 2021

Raspberries are super rich in vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber. They are an excellent source of vitamin C, manganese and dietary fiber.

Anthocyanins found in raspberries is an antioxidant associated with lowering blood pressure, boosting the health of the heart and cardiovascular system, and protecting against diabetes.

Easy vegan gluten-free pancakes

Makes: 1 bowl

Preparation time: 15 min


  • 400 ml coconut milk

  • 80g oats

  • 100g fresh raspberries

  • 30g desiccated coconut

  • 1tbsp coconut sugar

  • 1 vanilla bean

+ any toppings of your choice

My choice:

  • more raspberries

  • coconut shavings

  • 86% dark vegan chocolate

  • coconut chocolate yogurt from HARVES MOON

  • coconut almond butter from PURE NUTS



Pour the coconut milk into a pot and gently bring it to boil.

Add the oats, raspberries, desiccated coconut, vanilla and coconut sugar to the milk. Reduce the heat and allow to simmer for 5 minutes, stir frequently using the whisker to mash the raspberries.

Once the porridge has thickened it is ready, divide the porridge into 2 bowls.

To serve - decorate with any toppings you wish. I topped mine with the coconut shavings, more raspberries, dark chocolate and chocolate chips, choko coconut yogurt and coconut-almond butter.



Are a good source of copper, vitamin K, biotin, vitamin E, magnesium, folate, omega-3 fatty acids and potassium. They have a high concentration of ellagic acid (a compound that prevents cancer), hence can help in stopping the growth of cancer cells and eliminating their progression.


Are an incredible grain! They are loaded with dietary fiber (containing more than many other grains) and have a range of healthy cholesterol-lowering properties. They also lower blood pressure, improve health, help reduce hunger and increase feelings of fullness, and can reduce constipation.


Vata food 

   - Element - air

   - Energy - cold + dry 

recommended for Pitta types

✗ aggravates Vata dosha types


We are each a mix & a mach of unique energies, called Doshas according to Ayurveda.

In this quiz, Veronika breaks down the percentage of each Dosha within you, to give you a deeper understanding of your true nature and showing you how to take the best care of yourself to achieve overall wellbeing and contentment.



• Muladhara | Root Chakra

Foods: Root vegetables (Beets, rutabagas, garlic, ginger, turnips, potatoes, and parsnips), chickpeas and red fruits.


I love being in my body

I am centred and grounded

I am able to let go of fear

I know I am eternally safe


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