3 delicious smoothie bowl recipes to transport you to paradise!

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If you’ve been dreaming about your 200 hour yoga teacher training with us in Bali and can’t wait to try all the delicious fresh food from our retreat we have some tropical smoothie bowl recipes you can try at home to get you excited for your daily breakfasts with us!

Sunshine Bowl

Mango is a great source of vitamin C, high in fiber and great for skin health. It’s naturally sweet and creamy, great for digestive health and perfect for a light and nutritious breakfast.

Ingredients

2 cups of frozen mango

1 frozen banana

1 cup of coconut water (or vegan milk)

Topping

Handful of granola

Shredded coconut

Banana

Fresh blueberries

Blend the mango banana and coconut water in a high-powered blender (you might have to stop and mix a few times to get the thick creamy consistency). Spoon the mixture into a bowl and top with the granola, coconut, banana and blueberries, enjoy.

Açaí Bowl 

Açaì bowls are a favorite breakfast among yogis and surfers in Bali because of the amazing health benefits and delicious taste. Açaí berries are packed with antioxidants that can help build up your immune system and protect your cells against damage from free radicals. Naturally quite bitter in taste, commercial açaí pulp often has a lot of sugar added to it, check for açaí with added guarana or natural sweetener added to it for the healthiest option.

 

Ingredients

200g of frozen acai pulp

1 frozen banana

½ cup of coconut water (or vegan milk)

Topping

Granola

Shredded coconut

Banana

Fresh mango (or any other fruit you have on hand)

Blend the acai, banana and coconut water in a high-powered blender (you might have to stop and mix a few times to get the thick creamy consistency). Spoon the mixture into a bowl and top with the granola, coconut, banana and mango, enjoy.

 

Dragon fruit Bowl 

Nothing gives you that tropical island feeling more than the vibrant color and taste of a fresh dragon fruit. If you can’t get your hands on it fresh at your supermarket you can often find it in the frozen section, or in powder form. Dragon fruit is packed full of anti-oxidants and vitamins, great for skin health, digestive health and a great source of fiber.

 

Ingredients 

200 grams frozen red pitaya, roughly chopped

1 frozen banana, roughly chopped

1/2 cup frozen strawberries

1/2 cup coconut water

Granola

Fresh mango

Coconut shavings

Coconut yogurt

Blend the dragon fruit, banana, strawberries and coconut water in a high-powered blender (you might have to stop and mix a few times to get the thick creamy consistency). Spoon the mixture into a bowl and top with the granola, coconut, mango, strawberries and coconut yogurt, enjoy.