With a double whammy of mulberries, you will find a collection of recipes coming your way. Just like any other berries, the sweet, faintly tart juiciest ones are of course the best. Here is a fun fact – botanically mulberry is not a berry but a collective fruit. Yet behaving similar to a Blackberry this refreshing, fake blood squirting, finger staining mulberries are equally refreshing. Here is a link to a bit more about these berries. – Mulberries
Our recent stay at Coraki has us get a second share of these berries growing in the wild. Here are the details of where we stayed.
After a few days on the road, all we craved for was simple fresh food. One of the best ways to recoup is lots of probiotics. One of the soothing sources of these is yoghurt. So why not a breakfast parfait with stewed mulberries and a few crushed digestives cookies for crunch. These easily made breakfasts saved us a lot of time and interactions during these COVID times. These quick options only needed us a quick visit to the groceries at rare occasions and plenty of time to explore the less travelled NSW.
No mulberries to make this recipe?
If you have no mulberries, here are some ideas. The closest to the taste is with blackberries. You could use the same stew technique for apples, blueberries or pears to make your parfait. Keep it seasonal and local and that’s is the best way to go.
Here is a selection of images to take you through your preparation of this breakfast parfait
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