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Blue Mermaid Smoothie Bowl with E3Live Blue Majik

I don’t often indulge in a smoothie bowl but I do have a rather weird obsession with them – their inherent beauty is beyond overwhelming. But I’m not the best when it comes constructing them (or any kind of food art for that matter) so I often have to rely on bright and bountiful foods to make up for my lack of artism. That’s when the Blue Mermaid Smoothie Bowl came to mind.

Kickstart your day by channeling your inner Ariel with this gorgeously dazzling Blue Mermaid Smoothie Bowl, made with E3Live Blue Majik, a potent algae that will boost your overall health.

That gorgeous ocean blue colour of the most Instagram worthy mermaid bowls you see is created by the blue-green algae spirulina – specifically E3Live’s Blue Majik – which (by weight) has a whopping 22 times more iron than spinach, 6 times more antioxidants than blueberries, and 6 times more calcium than cow’s milk. Regular intake can aid inflammation responses after physical activity, keep joints healthy, and help to support antioxidant and cellular protection. Blue Majik* is also naturally gluten free and vegan AND is certified organic too so you know you’re getting a premium product minus toxic fillers meaning you can reap its bountiful health benefits.

All you need to make this beautiful Blue Mermaid Smoothie Bowl is a high speed blender (I used my Froothie Optimum G2.1 Platinum Series Blender) and a handful of delicious ingredients. I used frozen bananas and (frozen) white grapes for my base, along with almond milk and coconut yogurt to keep it nice and creamy. Adding just a squeeze of lemon helps to eliminate that sort of ‘pond scum’ like flavour that you may have experienced in the past with spirulina – although I have to say that Blue Majik is far more subtle than regular spirulina. Topped off with some of my favourite tropical fruits and toasted pistachios this smoothie bowl is sure to dazzle your taste buds. So what are you waiting for? Get stuck in!

*Sadly Blue Majik isn’t easy to find in the UK but you can order direct from the E3Live website. If you can’t afford to do this then simply replace with regular spirulina. 

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Blue Mermaid Smoothie Bowl with E3Live Blue Majik
 
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Kickstart your day by channeling your inner Ariel with this gorgeously dazzling Blue Mermaid Smoothie Bowl, made with E3Live Blue Majik, a potent algae that will boost your overall health.
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 1-2
Ingredients
For the smoothie bowl:

  • 2 large frozen bananas (chopped)
  • 1½ cups frozen white grapes
  • 1¼ cup almond milk (or other nut milk)
  • ¼ cup coconut yogurt
  • 2 tsp E3Live Blue Majik (slightly rounded) or spirulina
  • Squeeze of lemon juice
For the toppings:

  • ½ large dragon fruit (sliced)
  • 1 passion fruit (halved)
  • 1 kiwi (peeled and sliced)
  • 1 tbsp toasted pistachios (chopped)
Instructions
  1. Start by preparing all of your toppings first. (Nobody likes a sloppy smoothie bowl!)
  2. Next add your frozen chopped bananas, frozen grapes, ¼ cup yogurt, and ¾ cup of almond milk to a high powered blender and blend until smooth - use the tamper if needed. I used my Froothie Optimum G2.1 on the 'Sorbet' setting. If your blender is having trouble blending up your smoothie then gradually add more almond milk ¼ of a cup at a time until you reach your desired consistency - personally I like mine to be pretty thick and icy just like a McDonald's milkshake (worst comparison ever sorry).
  3. Add your Blue Majik and a squeeze of lemon juice and blend again until smooth. Pour into a large bowl, add your toppings, and serve!
Notes
*All cup measurements used are UK cup measurements and so 1 cup = 250ml.

 

Disclaimer: Please note that this is NOT a sponsored post. I am a Froothie Ambassador and was sent a Froothie Optimum G2.1 for review – all opinions are my own and 100% honest.  The links provided to the blender are affiliate which means if you buy an Optimum G2.1 using this link, it won’t cost you any extra, but I will get a small commission to help keep my blog up and running. If you’d like to know more, feel free to contact me.

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7 Comments

  • Reply
    krisboingg
    10th August 2016 at 9:46 am

    i’m scared of blue food though!

    • greensofthestoneage
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      greensofthestoneage
      10th August 2016 at 9:49 am

      blasphemy! I love blue things! And since I ditched additives and whatnot this is the 1st natural blue food thingy I’ve found. You have no idea how excited I was ha!

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        krisboingg
        10th August 2016 at 10:13 am

        you can change your name to bluesofthestoneage now 😉
        It does look utterly amazing btw

        • greensofthestoneage
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          greensofthestoneage
          14th August 2016 at 11:24 pm

          Haha thank you 😉 I don’t think I could hack the design work that comes with changing my name 😛

  • Kezia @ Super Naturally Healthy
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    Kezia @ Super Naturally Healthy
    12th August 2016 at 1:36 pm

    Blue food!!!! Love this – never heard of blue algae. I have a froothie machine and love it – so good for smoothies 😉

    • greensofthestoneage
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      greensofthestoneage
      14th August 2016 at 11:20 pm

      Awww thank you Kezia! I think it’s an extract of spirulina! Oh Froothie are amazing! Just recently got one of their juicers and it’s amazing <3

  • Reply
    NSum
    16th November 2016 at 5:30 pm

    This definitely looks like grandkid food.
    You say the lemon helps the pond scum flavor? I do detest spirulina.

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