Start the morning off right!
Poi is one of the major forms of taro eaten in Hawaii. It is easily digested and contains riboflavin, thiamin, niacin, and calcium, all vitamins necessary in the diet. It is also low in sugar.
Fruits add natural sweetness to the poi and are high in dietary fiber and many vitamins and minerals.
*For a low-sugar option, replace granola with a handful of seeds or nuts of your choice
Poi (I use Hanalei Poi, but any poi from your local supermarket works)
Any other fruits to put on top of poi
Unsweetened coconut flakes
Directions: Prepare the poi in a bowl by adding some water and stirring with a fork until it is smooth and slightly runny. Wash and slice up the fruit. Arrange fruit on top of poi. Add granola, coconut shreds, and honey if desired. Enjoy!