This vivid spirulina smoothie bowl tastes as vibrant as it looks, thanks to a mix of banana, mango, pineapple and spirulina.
The smoothie bowl starts its life as chunks of frozen fruit but when they are blended together you get a thick, creamy consistency a bit like ice cream or sorbet. Unlike ice cream, it’s good for you!
This spirulina smoothie recipe is the perfect way to use spirulina powder in what is otherwise a fun and fruity breakfast, which really sets you up for the day.
If you’re wondering how to use Naturya spirulina powder in a smoothie recipe, you’ll be pleased to know it’s super simple.
450g mango, cut into chunks and frozen
250g pineapple, frozen
2 bananas, cut into chunks and frozen
½ tsp Naturya spirulina powder
250ml coconut milk (or another plant-based milk)
1 tbsp Naturya superberries
(Optional) fresh fruit
- In a high-powered blender, blend* the ingredients until smooth.
- Serve with your favourite toppings, including Naturya superberries.
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