• Serves 4
  • 5 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients


Yum, here’s a great new breakfast idea for you to try featuring persimmon’s!

In season from late February to early June, persimmons are visually stunning and packed full of natural sweetness, making them one of those special gifts of nature that will tantalise your senses.

Ingredients (serves 4)

  • 4 Sweet persimmons
  • 1 cup Greek yoghurt
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1 Tbsp lemon thyme leaves or lavender


  1. Slice persimmons into wedges and divide between 4 bowls.
  2. Dollop with Greek yoghurt and drizzle with honey.
  3. Scatter with thyme or lavender flowers, serve and enjoy.


This recipe is courtesy of Persimmons Australia Inc.

  • Maybe I should try a persimmon.


  • I think I never ate a persimmon yet !
    This recipe asks for a lot of honey. Isn’t this fruit sweet from itself ??


  • This looks wonderful – will remember it when my husband gets his next lot of persimmons.


  • looks nice but sorry to say, persimmon’s are one fruit I cannot eat-make me gag.


  • Lovethe look of this. Lovey and colourful


  • I’ve never had persimmons – they look like plums or nectarines. I have blueberries and natural yoghurt with my muesli, but I’m prepared to mix up the fruit.


  • Looks interesting, thank you for sharing.


  • I am nearly 50 and never tasted a persimmon – the honeyed yoghurt is a fave on my muesli…

    • Hi coastalkaryn, I am a little over 60 and I admit I have never tried a persimmon either but that is about to change ..am going grocery shopping probably tomorrow so I am going to try and purchase a couple to try.


  • This looks amazing


  • Oh this sounds so tasty! Thank you for sharing!


  • never heard of persimmons before, are they like a fruit or vegetable?

    • They kind of look like a peach or nectarine


  • What a great easy recipe. Thanks for sharing.


  • Persimmons are one of my favourite fruits. This is a fun and easy way to enjoy them!


  • So incredibly simple. I love persimmons, this is a fun way to eat them. Thanks!


  • This looks yummy but i just can’t enjoy persimmon unfortunately.


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