Glorious Green Smoothie Bowl

Glorious Green Smoothie Bowl

Glorious Green Smoothie Bowl

 

This green smoothie bowl is so delicious and extremely good for you too!!!

Green smoothies can be a bit scary at first as they seem like they would taste gross and it doesn’t help that they look like pond water!!!
I can assure you that this green smoothie bowl is great in taste and doesn’t look to shabby either.

Ingredients 

2 frozen bananas
1 teaspoon of barley grass powder
1 teaspoons of ground flaxseed
1/4 cup of almond milk
1/4 cup of frozen or fresh blueberries
1 tablespoon of dried goji berries
1/2 cup of buckwheat or rice puffs

Directions

Place the bananas, barley grass powder, flaxseed and almond milk into a high speed blender and pulse until well combined.
Spoon the mixture into a bowl and top with the blueberries, dried goji berries and the buckwheat puffs.

I hope you enjoy!!! 🙂

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Importance of green foods

The importance of green foods in our diet is now being validated scientifically. Dehydrated cereal grasses compare favourably with other greens in respect to both nutrients and cost. It is an excellent and convenient source of green food nutrients.

Green food nutrients support healthy blood and circulation. Iron, folic acid, vitamin C, vitamin B12, pyridoxine and protein are all vital for the formation and maintenance of adequate levels of hemoglobin and red blood cells. Chlorophyll may also be beneficial in these processes. In addition, chlorophyll, vitamin K, and calcium are all involved in blood clot formation and breakdown.

Users of barley grass have also found it useful as an aid in weight loss and good for the heart, healing of ulcers, correcting blood sugar problems and, most of all, as a general tonic.

Read More On Barley Grass Here

Mia Vaughan-Young is a 14 year old, healthy-food nut from New Zealand. You’ll mainly find her either in the kitchen or stretching up a storm on her yoga mat. She has a cook book collection to rival any foodie and spends hours each week nose deep in these, looking for inspiration and then creating her own personal variations. She has 2 fabulous dogs Cash and Elsa who keep her active outside no matter what the weather. Mia’s not one for labels – she simply believes she is better off without dairy, gluten, refined sugar, packaged or processed foods. She satisfies her after school cravings with tahini bliss balls and other sweet treats – recipes that she just can’t wait to share with you.

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