5 Days Of Smoothies: Spirulina Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie bowls are not only delicious, but they are enjoyable to make, decorate and enjoy.

*nut free (leave out coconut topping)
*gluten free
  • 1 teaspoon spirulina
  • 1 chopped kiwi
  • 1 banana
  • Half cup mango
  • half cup of water
  • 200ml soya milk
  • dessicated coconut for decorating (optional)
  • Milled linseed for decorating (optional)
1. Blend all ingredients.
2. Pour the smooth mixture into a small bowl
3. Add toppings of your choice, such as coconut, kiwi, chia seeds or berries.
4. Enjoy!
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