I made this super delicious Superfood smoothie bowl for a lazy Sunday breakfast treat. I topped it off with a crunchy coconut oat granola, some dates, a spoon of peanut butter, flaxseeds and a slice of blood red orange (my fave!)
Check out the ingredients and instructions below to make your own delicious and nutritious smoothie bowl
2 cups of frozen mixed berries
2 tbsp of live coconut yoghurt
3-4tbsp of chia seeds
Other Toppings –
Oat Topping –
1 tbsp of coconut oil
1 cup oats
1/2 cup of shredded coconut
3-4 tbsp of sunflower seeds
1 tsp of Manuka honey or alternative sweetener
This recipe is super easy all you have to do is blend up all the smoothie ingredients with just enough water to create a thick smoothie. Heat the coconut oil gently in a small pan and add the oats, coconut and sunflower seeds. Stir lightly over a medium heat until lightly browned. Add in the honey and stir through (do not cook!).
Pour the smoothie mixture into a bowl, top with the oat topping and the other toppings. You can change the toppings and quantities to your liking should you wish to use other things.
If you enjoyed this recipe check out my other Holistic Health ideas on my YouTube channel.
I made an awesome green smoothie bowl this morning with several superfoods such as Green Matcha, Cacao Nibs and a sprinkle of Goji berries. These foods are positively awesome and I felt so much energy after eating this bowl of colourful foods this morning. I’ve provided some info at the bottom of this post about these superfoods and where you can purchase them.
I hope you enjoy this recipe, you can mix it up a bit with the greens and different plant milks etc. Any questions drop me a line 😀
2 Tbsp of Coconut Yoghurt
A handful of spinach leaves
1 Tsp of Matcha
Almond milk – just enough to create a soup like consistency
Cacao Nibs (Raw chocolate pieces)
Sliced fruit of choice
Blend all of the ingredients together adding the almond milk in slowly so you create a soup like texture. Sprinkle the Goji berries, Cacao Nibs and Chia seeds on the top and add some sliced fruit of choice. Enjoy!
Goji berries come in dried format in this part of the world and they are packed full of nutrients. You can actually also grow the plants yourself if your feeling adventurous. Check out the link below for further information:
Chia seeds are fairly easy to come by these days in most supermarkets and I even purchased some from Lidl recently which is a discount supermarket. If you want to buy them in bulk I personally use this brand, they are of excellent quality.
Matcha powder is one of my favourite superfoods and is apparently one of the most powerful antioxidants on the planet. It is thought that 1 serving of matcha tea is equivalent to 10 cups of green tea.
This needs to be purchased in high quality for best results, I have personally bought this brand in the past and it is really high quality and I would recommend it.
This is a really high quality matcha and is very expensive for the size of the tin but you really do get what you pay for when it comes to matcha, and this goes for green tea also. This one is actually very reasonably priced for the size, I have paid much more for this brand before.