Ultimate Vegan Smoothie Bowl

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I’m not going to play humble here, I am the surpreme lord of the smoothie bowl, and in recent times, the main questions I get asked on all my social media are always regarding my recipes. Spefically, most of you want to know how I get the right texture.

For those of you who havn’t, you can watch my new smoothie bowl tutorial video here.

 

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups frozen fruit
  • 2 cups raw greens (spinach or kale)
  • 1 cup of unsweetend almond or cashew milk
  • 2 servings of protien powder
  • 2 bananas
  • 2 tbsp ground flax
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp ginger
  • 1 tsp turmeric
  • 1 cup of oats or organic granola
  • 28g of organic vegan trail mix or nuts/dried fruit blend
  • (Optional) 2tbsp natural peanut butter

 

Step 1: The Base

Every good smoothie bowl needs a solid foundation of frozen fruits and greens. My go to combination here is a mixed berry blend with spinach.

  • blend 2 cups of berries with two cups of greens and 1 cup of nut milk.

 

Step 2: Protein and Spices

Once you’ve blended the initial base, you’re going to add all the powders.

  • mix in 2 servings of protein with the cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, flax and another banana.

At this point you may need to add a little bit more liquid just to get the blender going again, and remember, you can always add more, but you can take any out.

The key to a good consistancy here is to make sure it’s not too runny.

 

Step 3: Build Your Bowl

Here’s where the fun begins. This is really your time to shine.

Once you’ve poured your smoothie into the bowl, its time to add some toppings.

My go to toppings are usually: oats, granola, dried fruit/nuts, peanut butter and banana.

 

Step 4: Don’t forget to take a photo

Perhaps the most important step in this whole process is making sure it looks aesthetically pleasing for a good instagram. Whats the point of going through all this effort if your friends aren’t questioning their own dietary habits.

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Enjoy!

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Low Fat Vegan Peanutbutter Pudding.

I don’t know whether to call this a pudding or a custard. I don’t really care to be honest. It’s delicious.
Ingredients


  • 4 spoons of Jif Powdered Peanutbutter  
  • Half banana 
  • 1 scoop of MRM veggie elite protein powder 
  • Half cup of unsweetened cashew milk
  • Half cup of oats 

Instructions

  • Blend
  • Pour in jar
  • Freeze over night 



If you leave it in the fridge instead of freezer it will be more or a custard. If you like it a bit more yogurt style consistency, go with freezer. 

Sometimes I add a bit of flax for a thicker texture.

I’ll usually double the ingredients and spread it to multiple jars for different days. 

This has next to no fat, plenty of carbs of energy and a fantastic amount of protein. Best of all, it’s a great substitute for peanut butter if you’re anything like me and have an uncontrollable abuse of peanut butter intake. 

Let me know if you like it or have any additions I should try  🙂

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