I absolutely love this smoothie bowl version. It reminds me of being in a tropical country and the bright colors just makes me immediately smile. Also I adored the combo of dried apricots on top, haven’t had that with my smoothie bowl before and I’m so happy I tried that! So so good.
It’s so easy to put flavor into your natural yoghurt. And my favorite these days is matcha. I use the superfood powder “power matcha” from https://www.yoursuperfoods.eu/products/organic-power-matcha-mix. This mix is all natural and organic, a nutrient-dense blend of greens and brain boosting superfoods to optimize your focus! It’s an excellent source of antioxidants and is high in vitamins, iron and potassium. Instead of swearing to your coffee with caffein in the morning, give it a try with this breakfast bowl instead which even contains a serving of your daily greens! Far from boring guys. And with only health advantages to offer you.
How to make it
1. You’ll need Greek or dairy free yoghurt version like coconut. Mix it with 1 tsp of matcha and blend well together.
2. Add your favorite toppings with it. I used raw honey to sweeten it up, cashew nuts, cacao nibs, hemp seeds, flax meal and blueberries!
Enjoy your wholesome breakfast bowl, with a tasty, healthy, nutritious and interesting yoghurt to kick start your day!
This is the smoothie bowl for healthy skin, hair and nails girls! This one got rice bran powder which exactly helps for that. And let’s not forget the mct oil nourishing your body with healthy fats. Plus, did you know raspberries helps against cramps during your period? Yeah mindblowing and funny at the same time. So make this smoothie bowl for a better well being and as a way to take care of yourself cause your mind, body and soul will thank you for that.
It’s a great recipe to make for breakfast as it’s easy and quick to make. In addition, it’s plant based, vegan, gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free! It’s purity and vitality in that bowl guys.
• 200g frozen rasberries
• 50 ml plant based milk, either coconut or oat milk
Can’t believe it’s soon Christmas! So I’m warming up with some Christmas flavors and making a Christmas smoothie bowl edition in honor of this beautiful, magical and wonderful festive holiday. The season is truly something special, it’s a time which reminds us to be grateful, to be kind, to give and appreciate the present of family and loved ones.
Blend all ingredients in a smoothie blender until smooth.
Tip and facts to be aware of
The lecithin powder helps to make it creamy so I would definitely invest in buying that product. Also the spices from Helios are with no additives. Did you know that there is two kinds of cinnamon? There is cassia cinnamon, which is the type of cinnamon we find in most store shelves and then the other one is named Ceylon cinnamon. Be aware that there is more coumarin than in Ceylon cinnamon. Coumarin gives taste, but it is also a toxin that in large quantities can damage the liver. Therefore I would recommend to use Ceylon cinnamon as it contains much less coumarin than Cassia.
I hope you feel some Christmas spirit by making yourself this smoothie bowl and may all your wishes come true.
You know when you get into something and can’t get fed up on it, you’re like obsessed with it? Well, that’s the case with me and smoothie bowls at the moment. I adore the idea that you can combine them with so many different varieties and be so creative! Also the idea of blending in superfoods and have it as toppings too, makes it simply the most awesome breakfast to have. I guess at this point you get me why. The one of many varieties is the green smoothie bowls like above. This one has lots of healthy greens in it, superfoods like chlorella, spirulina, hemp seeds and cacao nibs. A huge boost effect to your day! Tempting right, both in flavor and to be the most energetic you? Well, what are we waiting for then, let’s make a boosting breakfast to start out your day best way possible!
• Half an avocado
• 1 fist size frozen spinach
• 2 handful frozen mango, banana and pineapple mix (If you don’t find this mix in store, choose one of the fruits instead)
• 2 tbs coconut yoghurt
• 1 tsp chlorella superfoods powder from super.nature
I often stumble upon the fact that gluten-free foods doesn’t taste the same. However, these pancakes are a game changer! I know that gluten can cause inflammation and challenge your gut bacteria, but still I crave for it. Now that’s past when you can’t tell these are even made gluten-free. I couldn’t be more happy about this discovery, it will change your world like it did for me! Cheers to keeping our gut bacteria and inflammation levels in check aka good health overall.
Convinced? Yet more convinced when you try them? Let’s get to it and make these delicious pancakes then!
• 1 egg (I recommend organic and cage free)
• 1 banana
• 4 tbs buckwheat flour
• 2 tbs cocosa coconut flour
• 50 ml almond milk
• 1 tbs apple cider vinegar
• 1 ts baking powder
• 1 ts cinnamon & if you like 1/4 cardamom
1. In a bowl mash the banana with a fork and whisk together with the egg. Add the rest of the ingredients and whisk/stir until no lumps.
2. In a pan on medium heat, add a teaspoon of virgin coconut oil from “cocosa” before cooking the pancakes. The batter yields for 4-5 pancakes. I ate them all without a problem.. (not sure if that should have been mentioned, although it’s not a shocker when they are ridiculously good hehe). Still I have a feeling you’ll have no problem eating everything up too:)
Here is their website in Norwegian for more information about their products http://www.midsona.no/cocosa . You can easily find them at the supermarket or wholefoods stores.
I absolutely love matcha and I love smoothie bowl, so what better way than concluding them together? It got healthy greens in it like spinach, but with the sweetness of mango and banana, balancing it out. Oh, and let us not forget the superfood mix “Power matcha” by yoursuper. This is my absolute favorite from them. Get yours at http://www.yoursuper.eu and use my code MELANIESTOKKE for a 15% discount!
Handful frozen spinach
Handful frozen mangoes
1 frozen banana
4 pieces of broccoli
1 tsp power matcha by yoursuper foods
2 tbs of vanilla yoghurt
1 or 2 dl oat or almond milk depending how thick you like it
Squeeze some lemon juice and if you want it sweeter add maple syrup to taste or one medjool date.
Blend all ingredients together in a smoothie blender. E
Enjoy it with your favorite toppings, the more the better I say! I had my homemade grain free granola on top, with cacao nibs, coconut chips and pieces of dates!
Oh and for more flavor and color.. Passionfruit and pomegranate really made the difference.
So lately I have had a thing for mixing my porridge with chia pudding, and the mix is the best of both worlds! Why, have either one of them when you can have both in one? Therefore I decided this is the way to rock your breakfast. It’s time saving, easy to make and tastes delicious. I don’t need to write more to convince you right?
Oat milk (dairy free, I have noticed that oat milk makes the magic of creaminess!)
Coconut milk (make sure to find one without additives and preservatives)
Almonds, berries and cacao nibs as toppings
First make your chia pudding. You will need to make this the day before, as it becomes chia pudding over night! In a glass, add 2 generous tbs of chia seeds and after pour in 200 ml of coconut milk. Then mix together with a spoon and leave it in the fridge.
Then when the morning has arrived and breakfast is up, boil together 1,5 dl oats with 2 dl oat milk in a pot on medium heat. Make sure to stir occasionally so that you achieve the creaminess! This is key for your oat milk to work its magic! Why it’s on medium heat is for the oats to be well cooked. After 5-10 minutes it should be done, and what I love is that it’s the method is quick, the porridge is not so hot that it will burn at your tongue and you need to wait patiently for it to cool down hehe.
All you need to do left is, have the porridge in a bowl, blend in the chia pudding you’ve made by overnight, and add your favorite toppings like almonds, berries, cacao nibs and honey like I did here on the picture above.
Enjoy your breakfast with the best of both worlds!
This breakfast bowl is gluten free (make sure the oats are gluten free certified), vegan (except the honey, you can have maple sirup if you are vegan), it is dairy free for those who can’t tolerate milk, it got plenty of fiber ensuring you a stable blood sugar level from the oats, got healthy fats from coconut milk and almonds, and has proteins from chia seeds. But let us not forget the wonders of the berries and cacao nibs giving you an energy boost. Now that is what I call a breakfast glory bowl!
To make time to enjoy your breakfast, means that you nourish yourself and your well being in mind, body and spirit. I therefore congratulate you for making this effort to take action on taking care of yourself. I hope this breakfast bowl inspiration makes a difference on your life.
Even though it’s not summer anymore, I can’t get enough of this smoothie bowl. The richness of flavor, the thickness achieved making it creamy and like ice cream, oh and let’s not forget all the nutrients it got too! Loaded with antioxidants, healthy fat and giving you a vitamin C boost!
What I also love is that you don’t need to spend a lot of money on frozen açaí berries. That you’ll get from only one tsp of “Forever Beautiful” from yoursuper! This super mix blend contains 6 powerful ingredients; açaí, maca, acerola, maqui, blueberries and chia seeds.
2. Check out if you need more or less milk according to your preference of thickness.
3. Add your favorite toppings! Mine are almond butter, cacao nibs, here I’ve made grain free granola and coconut chips.
This recipe is vegan, plant based, gluten-free and refined sugar free. A great idea to make for breakfast. I hope you will see the benefits of eating this meal as it will give you glowing skin, boost your immune system with vitamins and antioxidants, and which nourish your wellbeing.
I must say there is something special about cooking pancakes on a Sunday. Making them has become a ritual, a habit to do. It’s the only day during the week where I don’t need to run out of the house stressed on early mornings. I find myself more at ease, relaxed and peaceful while I’m doing it. Cooking teaches patience, presence. To me it’s like meditation, a way to connect off. The reward after waiting patiently for them to be done, is so worth it afterwards (although I struggle to have some pancakes left on my plate as I eat them while I cook). They taste heaven, I love how fluffy and thick they are. Oh and let’s not forget the chocolate chips and blueberries inside which is the best part. It truly is a real treat to yourself at the end of the week.
How to make them, you will need these ingredients:
Whole wheat flour
Apple cider vinegar
I guess you understand now how simple they are to make and why it’s so chill to be making pancakes on a lazy Sunday! Maybe you find the inspiration to make these this Sunday. Remember that it is important to reward ourselves of our efforts so that we can keep up and motivate ourselves to push forward. Small joys are significant to bring more happiness into our lives and I hope you will appreciate the joy of making Sunday pancakes.
So as for how to make my Sunday pancakes, I didn’t do measuring of flour and oat milk as I did it in a chilled way and I think that’s part of the beauty too! What I will guide you to do is:
1. First mash one banana in a bowl. Then add the flour and 2 tsp of baking powder.
2. Pour some oat milk to stir with, and remember we don’t want a runny batter.. We want thickness! When you have mixed well, add 1 tbs of apple cider vinegar, this is the secret to why these pancakes gets fluffy and rise.
3. Let the batter rest for 5 minutes so that you let the apple cider vinegar work. Oh and let’s not forget to mix in the dark chocolate chips and blueberries that makes a huge difference!
4. While you let the batter rest, heat a pan on medium heat. Add some coconut oil so that the batter doesn’t stick to the pan. Cook them well for at least 3 minutes each sides and you’ll know when to flip them when you see bubbles on the surface!
Voila, you’ve made yourself Sunday pancakes!
Ps: for toppings, drizzle some maple syrup or honey, some raspberries and bananas and cinnamon! Pure deliciousness
These are vegan and refined sugar free, so eat them without guilt and enjoy starting your day best way possible!