Superfood Smoothie Bowl

Graded Acai Smoothie Bowl B-5327

I pretty much have smoothies everyday for a quick meal and love to change them up every now and again depending on how I’m feeling and what’s in season. I love eating  my smoothies with a spoon and make them thick, icy and creamy.  I throw in lots of goodness such as fresh berries, leafy greens and protein that helps nourish my body and make me feel great. Hope you enjoy my delicious smoothie bowl as much as I do ! T:) x

What’s good about it:
Berries contain antioxidants called polyphenols, which are anti-inflammatory to the body and can promote optimum health + vitality. Chia helps to pump up the omega 3 fatty acid profile. Benefits of omega 3 include helping to lower cholesterol levels, reduce high blood pressure, improving symptoms of arthritis and improved mental health.
Bananas are a great source of potassium that helps to regulate muscle contraction and fluid balance. Leafy greens and superfoods are anti-inflammatory and help support immune function. Protein is considered by many to be the most important macronutrient for humans because of the numerous roles protein plays in the body. Whenever the body is growing, repairing or replacing tissue, proteins are involved. The main function of protein is to build and repair, as well as sustain muscle.

To make the bowl you need
1 cup (125 g) frozen blueberries
1 banana 
1 tablespoon healthy chef superfood 
1 teaspoon goji berries
1 teaspoon chia seeds
1 serve healthy chef organic pea protein or Pure native WPI
1/4 cup coconut water 

Combine the frozen blueberries, banana, superfood, protein and coconut water into a high performance blender.
Blend until smooth and creamy – it should look like a delicious berry ice cream.
Pour or spoon into a bowl.
Garnish with your choice of fresh fruits, chia, goji, nuts and seeds.

Serves 1


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10 Responses to “Superfood Smoothie Bowl”
  1. Milifresh says:

    Um where’s the acai?

  2. Jenny says:

    I love this idea of eating the smoothie!!! I never thought to make it thicker again to eat it, cos sometimes you just don’t feel like drinking a thick drink but want all the goodness in one go. Genius!

  3. nic says:

    This reminds me of Hawaii!! Soooo yummy

  4. Rachel says:

    Hi Teresa,

    I’m allergic to blueberries what alternative would you recommend?

    Thanks x

  5. Claudia says:

    Hi :)
    If i wanted to leave out the – 1 serve healthy chef organic pea protein or Pure native WPI
    would that be okay? Would I need to replace it?

  6. Caroline says:

    Where is the açai?
    Açai is a fruit from Tropical Amazon and has nothing to do with blueberries.

  7. Danni says:

    Does the calorie count you have there include the toppings?

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