Strawberries with Coconut Cashew Crumble (Whole30 Dessert Recipe)

This simple recipe for Strawberries with Coconut Cashew Crumble is a delicious (and Whole30 approved) snack that can also double as a breakfast side.

However, I used this recipe to ward off the sugar dragon and wean myself off late night treats.

Whole30 dessert idea! Strawberries with coconut cashew crumble - it's so darn yummy. A healthy dessert that's paleo, no bake, and (with only four ingredients) easy to make.

Whole30 Desserts

Since starting Whole30, I have noticed that my taste buds have changed. Food is sweeter, and I’m finding myself satisfied with simple fruit.

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It may be a little premature to say this but, I’m no longer under the rule of chocolate (hooray).

As I write this, I’m only a week in – so maybe I’m being positive. I don’t know, I’m not sure what to expect. Call me optimistic!

The night I made this recipe for Strawberries with Coconut Cashew Crumble was the day I made the Coconut Cashew Bars. I was cutting up strawberries, and prepping them for snacks for the week when I thought that the two would work together nicely.

I was right.

Whole30 dessert idea! Strawberries with coconut cashew crumble - it's so darn yummy. A healthy dessert that's paleo, no bake, and (with only four ingredients) easy to make.

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It’s a sweet treat that fills me. Yay! I’m satisfied with how I felt after, meaning it didn’t spark any further sugar cravings, or as Melissa Hartwig calls it “feeding your sugar dragon” so I’m confident I’ll make this again (probably tomorrow).

However, if you find that it sparks your inner sugar dragon (meaning you crave sugars) and you’re on a Whole30, then don’t make it again. What works for me, may not work for you so please remember that. We’re all different 🙂

Not Whole30? This recipe also falls under a paleo dessert too.

The best part – there are only four ingredients in it!

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Strawberries with Coconut Cashew Crumble

Whole30 dessert idea! Strawberries with coconut cashew crumble - it's so darn yummy. A healthy dessert that's paleo, no bake, and (with only four ingredients) easy to make.

This delicious (and healthy) snack not only satisfies my hunger but makes me feel good about what I’m eating. I’m not sure if it’s my tastebuds changes or if I’m going crazy but I taste a sweet vanilla note, yet there is no vanilla in the recipe. It’s magical.

Want to kick it up a bit? Add some coconut cream, it’s super easy to make!

Simply add a can of coconut milk in the fridge, after a few hours scoop the waxy fat (I know that sounds unappealing, just go with it) out and whip it up. It’s really good.

Coconut Cashew Crumble Options

Other ways you can incorporate this Whole30 dessert into other meals:

  • Use in place of granola and top coconut yogurt with it.
  • Eat it with almond milk.
  • Swap the strawberries with another fruit: blueberries, pineapples, raspberries, bananas.
  • If you’re not Whole30 or dairy free, try frozen yogurt or ice cream.
  • Squeeze into balls for coconut cashew balls.

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Whole30 dessert idea! Strawberries with coconut cashew crumble - it's so darn yummy. A healthy dessert that's paleo, no bake, and (with only four ingredients) easy to make.
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Strawberries with Coconut Cashew Crumble

This simple recipe for  Strawberries with Coconut Cashew Crumble is a delicious (and Whole30 approved) snack that can also double as a breakfast side.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Keyword cashew crumble, healthy breakfasts, healthy desserts, strawberry dessert, whole30 breakfast
Prep Time 1 minute
Total Time 1 minute
Servings 1 serving
Calories 327 kcal

Ingredients

  • 5-6 strawberries sliced
  • 1 square Coconut Cashew Bars crumbled
  • Optional: coconut whipped cream

Instructions

  1. It doesn't get any easier than this.
  2. Arrange your strawberries in a bowl and crumble a coconut cashew bar over top of it.
  3. Optional: whip the fat from a can of coconut cream and place on top.
Nutrition Facts
Strawberries with Coconut Cashew Crumble
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 327 Calories from Fat 108
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 12g 18%
Saturated Fat 5g 25%
Polyunsaturated Fat 1g
Monounsaturated Fat 4g
Sodium 6mg 0%
Potassium 91mg 3%
Total Carbohydrates 56g 19%
Dietary Fiber 7g 28%
Sugars 44g
Protein 5g 10%
Vitamin C 42.8%
Iron 1.4%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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2 comments on “Strawberries with Coconut Cashew Crumble (Whole30 Dessert Recipe)”

  1. You are a genius. This was SO GOOD. Simple to throw together and so, so satisfying. Thank you!

    • Awesome! Thank you Kristen! To be honest, when I first published it I wasn’t even sure if I should as it was too darn easy… but it tasted yummy so I did 😉

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