Coconut Bowl Super Foods

Adding Superfoods to your Coconut Bowl Smoothie

Coconut Bowls with your superfoods

Superfoods are so totally good for you, they are full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals that keep your body running efficiently and warding off anything that might harm it.

Smoothie bowls are a wonderful way to show off your beautiful coconut bowls with a healthy and vibrant meal. The colours of the fresh fruit will stand out against the dark brown colour of the coconut shell with each pattern being unique.

Enjoy your meal knowing you are using a product which is 100% vegan and natural, crafted without the use of chemicals or plastics and is super safe for you and the environment.

There are a few foods that can be singled out for special recognition. These “superfoods” offer some very important nutrients that can power-pack your meals and snacks, and further enhance a healthy eating pattern.


Organic raw cacao is made by cold-pressing raw cacao beans to ensure it maintains its nutrients. If you are looking for a way to substitute chocolate, chocolate protein or to add sweetness to your smoothies you can use raw cacao for a rich chocolate flavour without the sugar.


If you haven’t already heard about spirulina, this superfood is a game changer! Packed with B vitamins, vitamin E and minerals including chlorophyll and phycocyanbilin; the blue-green algae is incredibly healthy and will take green smoothies to another level.

Blue Matcha

Blue Matcha, also known as Butterfly Pea Powder, is different from green matcha. Blue matcha is mild in flavour and can be added to create a bright blue colour to your smoothies.

Chia Seeds

Commonly known for being rich in omega 3, chia seeds are a really simple way to boost the nutrients in your smoothie. Chia seeds provide you with important omega’s, calcium, fibre and help to make you feel full. Decorate your smoothie bowl with extra chia seeds or blend them together maximise their health benefits.


Coconut is a beautiful addition to any smoothie bowl in the form of creamy coconut milk, coconut flakes, grated coconut or toasted coconut. You can mix coconut directly within the smoothie or use it to add flavour by decorating your smoothie bowl. Coconut provides you with a wide variety of benefits including as is a healthy fat or good fat. What better way to enjoy your coconut bowl than by using all of it in your recipes! If you do not like the taste of coconut milk, you can start by using half coconut milk and half almond milk and mix until you find the right combination for you.

It's time to kick your nutrition back into high gear. And what better place to start than ramping up your superfood intake!

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