Raw organic pineapple
Mint (for garnish)
1/2 cup water
1 cup coconut flesh
4 or 5 tablespoons raw agave
1. Slice pineapples and place on a plate.
2. On another plate, sprinkle cinnamon and pour agave on it. Mix.
3. Put the sliced pineapple on top marinating and coating both sides.
4 Stick on a teflex sheet and dehydrate for 3 to 4 hours (or longer).
5. Put on plate (or in a coconut shell bowl).
6. Blend ingredients in a blender.
7.Put in freezer for 4 to 5 hours.
8. Scoop coconut sorbet on plate or coconut bowl.
9. Garnish with mint and serve!
I have a friend in Hawaii that sends me fresh raw organic coconuts and they are the best in the world. He only charges $20 for 4 to 5 coconuts.
I used them in this recipe to make the coconut sorbet and the coconut "bowl."
It makes the perfect bowl to serve food, soups, salads, desserts and is all naturalware!
Now, of course, you do not have to dehydrate the pineapple but some people and cooked foodists like the "baked taste" of certain foods.
Well, with this recipe, you get that baked taste, glaze, look, and flavor.
It comes out hot and warm and nice!
Of course, you don't have to dehydrate it but when you do, it gives it a totally baked look and taste with glaze that people will love it.
You can also blend some dates with the agave/cinnamon if you want it to be really like "brown sugar glaze" but it is really not needed as the mix of agave and cinnamon is pretty brown and sweet already.
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