I love smoothie bowls for breakfast! Fast, easy and so delicious. This recipe is great for those following a sugar-free plan. Otherwise, you may wish to add in the banana for extra creaminess. All of these ingredients feed the brain and give you the mental focus and energy you need to get up and go first thing in the morning. The blue/green colour is achieved by adding spirulinia. Click on the links to learn more about each ingredient. 1 tbsp inositol powder (use more stevia if you don't have this)1.
Bees are one of the most fascinating and important insects in the world. They make the most delicious natural sweetener, but more importantly they pollinate 1/3 of our food supply. They are so busy that the hive has to visit a shocking 200,000 flowers to collect enough tasty nectar to create 1 kg of honey! One bee will make less than 1/4 teaspoon of honey in its entire lifetime, so when we hear about the decline of the bee population we should take it as one of our top environmental concerns.
"This recipe was adapted from a Banana Lemon Pie recipe from Uncooking with RawRose. It’s really easy to make plus I added some super foods so that your little indulgence is a big hit health-wise." colourful fruit to garnish the centre (berries are a good choice)1. Ideally soak your nuts overnight in water, drain and rinse – this step increases their nutritional value. To dry the nuts, place them in the sun on a tray or in your dehydrator at 105° F for6 hours.
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