Latest Posts

Smoothie Ideas

By 11:43 , , ,

Fully Raw Smoothie combinations that I've enjoyed! Usually I just throw together whatever I have on hand - with at least 1 banana each. Just listing down the ingredients used for now! :X Each served one (me). ;)

Acai Smoothie Bowl
Superfoods for breakfast! ☺
1 scoop Sabazon freeze-dried acai powder, 1 small dragonfruit, 1 apple, 1 ripe banana, 1/4 cup blueberries, 2 tbsp lemon juice, 2 tsp chia seeds, 1 tbsp ground flaxseed and a small piece of beetroot (for the colour).
Topped with coconut flakes, hemp hearts, goji berries and dried mulberries. 
Coconut Green Smoothie
This was super good! Probably one of my favourites. Because of the aroma, taste, sweetness and creaminess from the coconut!
1 coconut's meat, 1/2 of the coconut's water (about 170ml), 50g (1/2 pack) baby spinach, 1/2 large ripe persimmon, 1 frozen banana and 1/2 apple.
Topped with dried mulberries and pepitas. 
Gradient 'Green' Smoothie
Much harder to layer than I thought! Lols. The raw taste of the veggies is covered by the sweetness and taste of the bananas - make sure they're ripe before freezing them!
3 large frozen bananas, 1 tbsp lemon juice, heaping 1/2 cup each of carrot, beetroot and purple cabbage shreds.
Topped with cacao nibs and hemp hearts.

Very Green Smoothie
Not really a sweet smoothie. This was about 1L.
2 large bunches bok choy, a huge handful romaine lettuce, 1 small dragonfruit, 1 frozen ripe banana, 2 ripe plums, juice of 1/2 lemon.
Topped with hemp hearts and frozen raspberries.
2 bunches bok choy, about 3/4 cup apple peels, 1 banana, 1 orange, 1 pear.
Chocolate Banana Smoothie
So simple and it can never go wrong! ☺ Using cacao nibs instead of powder also gives it more texture and gives you something to chew! Actually I used it because I don't have cacao powder. ;)
3 frozen bananas, 2 tbsp cacao nibs, a bit of water.
Topped with hemp hearts, more cacao nibs and a sprig of mint.
The rest are quite self-explanatory ☺

You Might Also Like


  1. This is pure art :) - You should capture people's email (opt-in) to update them when you have new posts. Try using Aweber. Your work is amazing! Aloha - Daniel from Hawaii