Superfood Smoothie Bowls

Updated: Dec 19, 2019


Superfood Smoothie Bowls are my go to breakfast meal as they are packed full of body-loving ingredients, are low calorie but most importantly are so so delicious. They take an easy 5-10 minutes to make and you can switch it up with different ingredients every morning.


Acai Bowl

The Acai berry comes from the palm of the 'Tree of Life' that grows in the Amazon Rainforest. They contain antioxidants, vitamins C and E (which are great for skin), omega 3 oil and fibre for digestion.

Acai Berry Bowl

How you make it

Ingredients:




  • Half a cup full of dairy free yoghurt (try coconut yoghurt)

  • A splash of Coconut Milk

  • 1 Large Frozen Banana

  • Half a cup full of frozen summer fruits (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries).

Quite literally, all you need to do is blend all of this together and pour it into your bowl. I then like to decorate with fresh fruit, Granola and Edible flowers Petals.


Spirulina Bowl

Also known as the Unicorn Bowl due to its bright blue colour. Spirulina is a superfood made from blue-green algae. It contains a tonne of protein, vitamins B1, 2 and 3, as well as iron to reduce tiredness.


Spirulina Bowl

How do you make it?

Ingredients:


  • Half a cup full of dairy free yoghurt (try coconut yoghurt)

  • A splash of Coconut Milk

  • 1 Large Frozen Banana

  • A handful of fresh and frozen blue berries

Again, all you need to do is mix all these ingredients in a blender and pour them into your breakfast bowl. Decorate with a selection of fresh fruit and granola!



Moringa Bowl

Moringa powder is derived from the Moringa Oleifera Tree native to Africa and Asia. It contains plant protein for muscle growth, fibre, vitamin A, E (for good skin) and is a powerful-house full of antioxidants.



Ingredients:


  • Half a cup full of dairy free yoghurt (try coconut yoghurt)

  • A splash of Coconut Milk

  • 1 Large Frozen Banana

  • 1 Green Apple

  • Half a Kiwi

  • A handful of Spinach

Again, all you need to do is mix all these ingredients in a blender and pour them into your breakfast bowl. Decorate with a selection of fresh fruit and granola!


How to make you sure your smoothie bowl stays low calorie:

I love looking at new recipes for smoothie bowls, but I often see people adding ingredients like peanut butter, avocados and chia seeds to their smoothie bowls. This is completely unnecessary and doubles the calorie count without adding much to the flavour.

Ditch these additional ingredients, use low-fat yoghurt and be smart with your toppings.

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