It’s actually inspired by the nature loving, organic oriented and display specialist Neethu Nambiar, that I made this dessert.
It’s healthy, it’s natural and it’s very tasty. But mistakes are to be accepted. I had the colour pages of Bangalore Times to place my display product. Neethu was kind in not commenting on it, but I know!
Halo-Halo of Philippines and Falooda of Middle East/ Iran are treats by themselves. But they may have sugar, processed ingredients etc.
This has chia seeds, fresh coconut milk, fresh mango, papaya, apple, slightly roasted peanuts, natural honey and freshly grated coconut as contents. All natural and unprocessed if you pardon slight roasting of peanuts.
Refrigerate chia seeds soaked in fresh coconut milk. Take out after sometime and make a lower layer in a Mason Jar. Add a layer of puréed fresh mango, then a layer of peanuts, another layer of chia-coconut milk, pureed papaya on top, honey above, another mango layer, peanuts, apple, papaya, chia, mango and grated coconut.
Our Mason Jars are in Kochi and since we’re stuck in Bangalore Lockdown, we used plain glasses.
The healthy and fresh factors make this a highly desirable dessert above the famous Halo-Halo and Falooda.