January 7, 2015

My Favorite Green Smoothie Bowl. {Recipe}

Kelly Fielding

I’m wild about green smoothie bowls!

They are such a great way to get goodness into your body to fuel you through the day. I love the fact that they are easy, quick, adaptable and not to mention delicious—it almost feels like dessert!

You can mix up any fruit that you have in season and top the bowl with your favourite dried fruit, seeds, nuts or super foods.

This is one of my favourite combinations:

Green smoothie bowl

3/4 cup almond milk
1 frozen banana
1 small ripe mango
¼ of a ripe avocado
1 teaspoon of maca
1 teaspoon of green powder
A dash of cinnamon
3-4 leaves of fresh greens
1 teaspoon of coconut oil

Blend everything up until smooth and creamy, it should be quite thick—you can add more avocado or banana to thicken if needed.

Pour the smoothie directly into a bowl and top with:

Chopped mango and banana
1 tablespoon of desiccated coconut
1 tablespoon of pumpkin seeds
1 tablespoon of your favorite raw granola (optional)



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Author: Kelly Fielding

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Gezonde smoothies Feb 19, 2015 2:08pm

OMG this smoothie is really good. I've made it like three times this week already!

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Kelly Fielding

Kelly Fielding is an aspiring writer, a raw food chef and a passionate yogi, practicing and teaching in the style of Ishta Yoga. A lover of travel and culture, this gypsy poet calls Byron Bay home, a place abounding in natural beauty, spectacular sunsets and endless inspiration. An eternal optimist, Kelly is passionate about community, vegetarianism and all things environmentally friendly and sustainable. The spirit of Bhakti inspires her creative flow, whether that be through making jewelry creating a new yoga practice, serving beautiful, nourishing food or collecting natures treasures for her alter. When she is not traveling the world or making raw wedding cakes in the kitchen, you can find her strolling through farmers markets in the sunshine, dancing barefoot in the rain or etching spirals and dreams into the sand. You can connect with Kelly on her website, Facebook or Instagram.