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Galaxy Smoothie Bowl

Galaxy smoothie bowl is one of my favourite! It is so Sexy and Mysterious in a way... I liked playing around with what can I decorate it with to make it look like outer space..

"Sexy and Mysterious" - Galaxy Smoothie Bowl

It is so easy to make the base with charcoal, and because it colour everything black I could use some mangos too, too ease up the heaviness of only bananas - without harming the colour!

I also loved using colourful yogurt as my galactic pink and blue shades!

It is so easy to make.. literally only using 2 little bowls or cups to mix yogurt with your favourite superfood colour, then drizzle it on top of your smoothie base and mix with a toothpick! It would look like Magic!

"Pink and Blue galactic shades....It's Like Magic!" - Galaxy Smoothie Bowl

I also like using charcoal every now and then for detox, or when my digestive system is turning its back on my... But I wouldn't use it on a regular basis since its a strong detoxifying superfood and our bodies wont be happy to receive it on the reg..

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 Charcoal powder and lets begin!

(Read more about charcoal benefits on this massive article.. scroll down to the black pigments - "COLOURING YOUR FOOD WITH SUPERFOODS)"

Pick your Charcoal powder and lets begin!


  • 1.5 big frozen Bananas

  • 1/2 cup frozen mango

  • 1 tsp charcoal

Topping -

  • 1 tbsp yogurt with 1 tsp pitaya powder

  • 1 tbsp yogurt with 1/2 tsp blue spirolina

  • 1 tbsp yogurt with 1/4 tsp maca

  • white chia seeds

  • Bukinis


Prepare the toppings -

Optional - If you have star or galaxy cutters cup papaya or mango (for stars) and apple (for moon).

In 3 small separate bowls, mix the yogurt with the powder, each color in a separate small bowl.

Blend the banana and mango with the charcoal powder until smooth. pour the mixture into the bowl.

Then drizzle the yogurt colours on top of the smoothie, and with a teaspoon or a toothpick make shapes with the colours until it looks like a galaxy.

Top up with some bukinis, white chia seeds, coconut shreds and if you have the stars and moon place them too.




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This article is a part of the series

"Colouring Food with Superfoods"

A massive collaboration for X-net Magazine.

Amber Houbara

Travel, Food & Lifestyle Blogger.

production, recipes, writing, styling, photography


Liora Houbara

Dietitian MSc. Chinese Medicine & Herbs, Master N.L.P

nutritional and health facts about colours in food


Derek Simpson


Photography and help in styling (in the folder called Derek Simpson)



Superfood Powders


Royal Bali Ceramics



X-net magazine


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