When I decided to make a red smoothie bowl, it was clear to me that it would be "The bowl of LOVE". When I host people in my house, and I want to spoil them, I prepare them a smoothie bowl, and I try to feel what is happening in their lives at the moment, and what message I can remind them. If it's self-love or peace or self-confidence... What I sense and choose will appear on the bowl that will be served to them ... a bit like a fortune cookie.
So what pops into my head the most when in comes to a Red Smoothie Bowl is... of course.. -Love.
I decided to use Sabres Powder because it has a very strong red colour, and also because it is available in Israel, it's special and very tasty.
(Read more about Sabres benefits on this article - "COLOURING YOUR FOOD WITH SUPERFOODS" scroll down until the red pigment)
You can choose to substitute it in any of your favourite red superfood powders from the full guide
It was obvious to me to use berries for the mission!
A mix of frozen berries and bananas will do a great job both in nutritional values , in texture, energy boost and taste!
If you'd like to master the art of making a smoothie bowl, or at least have the guide in hand while making this one - Press Here >>
So pick your Favourite red superfood powder from the
article - "COLOURING YOUR FOOD WITH SUPERFOODS" and lets begin!
1 big frozen Banana
1/2 cup frozen mix Berries
1 tbsp Sabres Powder
Apple cut into LOVE letters and love hearts (with Alphabet cookie cutter if you have)
blend all ingredients together until smooth.
Transfer into a bowl and top up with the toppings.
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