Posted in Recipes on 17.02.2018
Baobab Tropical Fruit Smoothie Bowl
prep: 10 mins / cook: 0 mins / inactive: 0 mins / total: 10 mins / quantity: 1 serving Print recipe?
Looking for an antidote to the current seemingly never ending grey skies? This Baobab and Tropical Fruit Smoothie Bowl might just be perfect. It’s mid February at the time of writing and here in the UK it’s G.R.E.Y.
So what’s not to love about a big bright bowl of colour that’s also sort of like ice-cream for breakfast. That’s never ever going to be a bad thing!
It’s also jam packed with vitamin C and anti-inflammatories. And if you’ve never heard of Revolution Foods Baobab Powder or why it’s so fantabulous for you then you can remedy that with this blog post. Their premium organic baobab powder is wild crafted and because the fruit comes out of the shell as a powder, no griding, processing or heat treating is necessary!
The only preparation you need for this is to have some fruit already in the freezer. You can buy the fruit and peel, chop and freeze yourself or even simpler grab one of those super handy bags of pre-chopped fruit from the freezer aisle!
The purpose of using frozen fruit is to give the mix that wonderful sorbet/ice-cream texture. Otherwise you’ve just got a juice. In a bowl.
Which may be a result if that’s your thing ?
Another tip is to put the bowl in the freezer for around half an hour before you make the frosted smoothie. This helps keep it silky soft for a little while longer. You know, while you sit back and relax with your eyes closed, imagining that beach and palm tree somewhere ?
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Baobab Tropical Fruit Smoothie Bowl
prep: 10 mins / cook: 0 mins / inactive: 0 mins / total: 10 mins / quantity: 1 serving
- 1 cup mixed tropical fruits – papaya, melon, pineapple, mango – peeled, diced and frozen (see note)
- 1 banana – peeled and broken into chunks
- 1 cup fresh orange juice
- 1 tblsp Revolution Foods Organic Baobab Powder
- Extra toppings – sliced banana, melon balls, goji berries, dessicated coconut, Hodmedod’s Quinoa Puffs etc
- Blender – we use a Nutribullet RX
- Simply tip everything into a blender cup and whizz until smooth
- Pour into a chilled bowl, top with some extras of your favourite fruits, seeds, nuts, berries etc
- Instead of buying and preparing all the individual fruit you can just buy a bag of mixed tropical fruit from the freezer aisle - saves a heap of time!
Some products I used in today's post...
MOOSENG Disposable Wooden Dessert Spoon (Pack 100) -for Parties, bbqs, picnics and Events, Wood Color, 20.2 x 15.8 x 3 cm
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We are Sam (The Cook), Phil (Him) and our little dog Meg. What started with a plan to shed a few pounds back in 2016, soon became obvious that eating healthy doesn’t have to be bland and boring.
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