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August, 25th 2017

magik x coconut x brekky bowl

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today I’m playing with my new raw nice powders for color – it’s always been one of my favorite things to make beautiful vibrant smoothie bowls – this one is my weekly go-to as it is low in sugar yet still delicious, beautiful and a blank white canvas to use any fruits you enjoy to decorate. let me know if you have any questions or feedback as I always love to hear it.

Things I added in:

Calming Adaptogen: Ashwagandha Ginger

Blue Magik from E3Live

Frozen Coconut Meat packets from Inner Eco.

Rawnice pitaya & blackberry pea protein powders.

magik x coconut x brekky bowl
prep time
15 minutes
cook time
total time
1 Smoothie Bowl
What You Will Need
  •  1 packet frozen coconut (i use inner eco)
  •  1.5 cups frozen organic cauliflower
  •  1 cup coconut milk
  •  1.5 Tablespoons raw monk fruit
  •  1 Teaspoon vanilla bean powder or extract
  •  2 Teaspoons Calming Adaptogen: Ashwagandha Ginger Moondeli powder
  •  1 Tablespoon vanilla organic raw vegan protein powder (optional)
  •  1 teaspoon blue magik (blue spirulina)
  •  1 Teaspoon pitaya powder (rawnice)
  •  1 teaspoon Teaspoon blackberry pea protein powder
  1. blend it up.
    add in your frozen coconut, frozen cauliflower, coconut milk, raw monk fruit powder, protein powder, vanilla, and moondeli’s calming adaptogen powder and blend – if the mix is too frozen to blend add more coconut milk until it is still thick but blendable. blend until smooth.

    leave out the colorful powders for the next step.

  2. separate the smoothie.
    separate the smoothie into three parts. I used a bowl for the first color (blue spirulina) a mason jar for the second color (pitaya powder) and a 1 cup for the third color (blackberry pea protein). now using three different clean spoons blend the mixes into you have the desired color.
  3. make ART!

    now it’s time to decorate – get as creative as you wish! xo I added chia seeds, edible flowers, and organic cacao nibs. let me know if you would like a tutorial for decorating and designing your own smoothie bowl xo. ENJOY!
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