Stewed rhubarb with orange and rosewater yoghurt jar

OMFG  I’ve been having way too much fun this week making the prettiest breakfasts. It turns out the bowl is a thing of the past and breakfast in a cute jar in colourful layers really is just so much more incredibly fancy. This is the kind of thing you see on Instagram and think who on earth has time in the morning, or the motivation to layer up all their fruit and yoghurt and make patterns on the top etc. Well this week I was THAT person. And you can be too with extremely little effort!

Rhubarb yoghurt
rhubarb yoghurt
Feeds 4-5 people or 1 weeks worth of breakfast fun
 
500g Rhubarb or any other stewed fruit that’s in season, plums amazing too
2 x oranges juiced
2 tbsp rosewater
3 tbsp honey
 
Nutty layer
3 handfuls of nuts, I used almonds and walnut but any will do
5 dates
 
Greek yoghurt or coconut yoghurt
 
Additional toppings, sliced banana, chia seeds, grounds LSA, coconut chips, runny honey, cacao nibs

Start with the stewed rhubarb, chop it up roughly into a wide saucepan and add the orange juice, rosewater and honey and simmer on a low heat until soft and broken down. Taste it for sweetness, sometimes it can taste tart so just add more honey. It should take about 15-20 minutes.

While thats cooking, add the nuts to a food processor and pulse until chunky, add the dates and pulse until combined.

Voila, now all you need to do is make pretty alternate layers with the yoghurt, rhubarb, nutty layer in a pretty jar or glass. And chuck on some mega amazing extra toppings just to add to the show off factor.

 

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