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Yummy! I left out the sunflower seeds (didn't have any) and tossed in a tablespoon of walnuts instead. Still delicious -- but if you plan to eat this over several days, leave out the nuts until you're ready to serve it so they don't get soggy. I also added a little zest from the lime to garnish -- which gave the salad an extra kick. Thanks for the recipe, Izzy!
ATTENTION: All those on a low-cal and low-fat diet, this is one of THE BEST recipes here. Absolutely flavour packed, nutritious, good for health and AMAZINGLY great! I omitted the sunflower seeds, but besides that used everything else. I scaled it down to 1 serving(just for me) and I can't find words to tell you how much I appreciate Izzy for sharing this recipe. I would suggest everyone to try this. A real WINNER!
Delicious! I always appreciate new ways with yogurt and the coconut, vanilla, and lime juice made this a new treat for me. Roxygirl
This didn't do that much for me, at least when made with Granny Smith apples (which is what I had on hand). That particular type of apple may be too tart and too crisp.
I usually scale this recipe to 1/4 and call it my light lunch. I can't belive how much more there seems to be to eat in a single apple when you garnish it like this! I've done all sorts of versions of this recipe: used buttermilk instead of youghurt, other fruit juices instead of apple juice, omitted the seeds, increased the amount of coconut... and they're all good! Thank you for sharing Izzy!!
This was incredible! What a fantastic flavour combination! I reduced the amount for just myself, using 1 Granny Smith apple and left out the juice. I ate this straight after I made it and it was great. This will become a regular snack or dessert for me!
Easy and good. I'll be making this again and again. I think I might toss the apples and then drizzle the excess over them as serving time...I had trouble getting the raisins and nuts to stick to the apples.