• Amber Houbara

Ocean Smoothie Bowl



Ocean smoothie bowl is an interesting beautiful smoothie bowl I tried to hack for a while..

The problem with it is that I had to use only pale coloured fruits in order to keep the blue colour shine.



Then I wanted to create something a little bit more interesting and tried to play around with layers, just like the ocean, deep vast blue, middle blue for the shallower water, and crystal clear Turquoise colour for the shallow water.

I was looking for some cool moulds to create ocean creatures online and it took ages (even tho now its easy to get on Rawnice website!) and also used homemade granola for the sand.


Then I paired the coolest shell bowl of Royal Bali Ceramics and Waaallllla!!! The perfect Ocean Smoothie Bowl!


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 Blue superfoods (Blue Spirulina and Butterfly Pea Flower) from the list in the full guide of "COLOURING YOUR FOOD WITH SUPERFOODS" and lets begin!




INGREDIENTS

  • 1.5 big frozen Banana

  • 1/2 cup frozen Pineapple

  • 1 white peach frozen (without the skin or middle, only white parts)

  • 1 tbspoon of yogurt or coconut yogurt

  • 1/4 tsp Blue spirolina

  • 1/2 tsp Butterfly Pea Flower

Topping -

  • home made muesli or granola

  • yogurt mixed with powders of your liking mould into ocean moulds.




INSTRUCTIONS

In a jar or a small bowl, mix your favourite colored superfoods with yogurt or coconut yogurt. let freeze in the freezer overnight.

blend all ingredients together, using only 1/4 tsp of blue spirulina at first, blend until smooth.

Transfer only 1/3 into a bowl, making sure to pour the mixture only into one side of the bowl.

Then add 1/4 tsp of butterfly pea flower powder and blend again, pour half of the mixture into the middle of the bowl.

add 1/4 tsp of butterfly pea flower powder into the blender and blend again, pour the rest of the mixture into the other side of the bowl.

then with a spoon, make a texture of waves.

Top up with the ocean moulds and granola as “sand” on the side of the lighter color you’ve created.




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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

@amberhoubara

https://www.iamendlesstrip.com

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Liora Houbara

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

nutritional and health facts about colours in food

@liorahoubara

https://www.liora-houbara.co.il


Derek Simpson

Photographer

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

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https://derekbsimpson.com


Rawnice

Superfood Powders

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https://www.rawnice.com


Royal Bali Ceramics

Ceramics

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http://www.royalbaliceladon.com


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