Superfoods Beauty Bowl Recipe

Hey guys!

Today I want to share with Beauty Bowls! If you don’t know what they are…they are smoothie bowls with fresh toppings that you can eat with a spoon! All the ingredients are nutritiously dense and will have you looking and feeling radiant. Perfect for breakfast or a mid-afternoon pick me up snack!

Let me present to you one of the most BEAUTIFUL Beauty Bowls that has ever existed. Presenting…

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SUPERFOODS BEAUTY BOWL

Ingredients:

1 frozen Pitaya Pack

(you can get this at Sprouts or Whole Foods)

1 cup frozen mango chunks

1 cup frozen raspberries

½ cup almond milk

1 teaspoon stevia

Topping:

1 tablespoon ground flax seeds

1 tablespoon Goji Berries

1 teaspoon chia seeds

1 mango chunk, diced

4 raspberries

DIRECTIONS

1. Blend frozen Pitaya, mango, raspberries, almond milk and stevia together.

2. Top with goji, flax and chia and decorate with mango and raspberries.

WHY IT WORKS

Dragon Fruit: The Pitaya is more commonly referred to as the dragon fruit. It’s a natural source of anti-oxidants which help to prevent the dangers of free radicals which can cause cancer and other undesirable health detriments. High in Vitamin C and fiber.

Mango: Research has shown antioxidant compounds in mango fruit have been found to protect against colon, breast, leukemia and prostate cancers. These compounds include quercetin, isoquercitrin, astragalin, fisetin, gallic acid and methylgallat, as well as the abundant enzymes

Raspberries: Berries are very rich in antioxidants, and getting more antioxidants from natural sources is a great way to help boost your metabolism. The antioxidants contained in berries promote better blood flow, which helps your body build stronger muscles. The more muscle your body has, the more calories it will burn.

Flax seeds: Omega 3’s to combat inflammation.

Chia Seeds: It contains calcium, manganese, and phosphorus, and is a great source of healthy omega-3 fats.

Goji Berries: In Asia, goji berries have been eaten for generations in the hope of living longer. Over time, people have used goji berries to try to treat many common health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure and eye-related problems.

Calories: 346
Protein: 9 grams
Net Carbs: 40 grams
Fat: 9 grams
Fiber: 21 grams

To see all of my Beauty Bowl recipes, please watch my latest video that I just uploaded! I get a lil cray here…so prepare!!!

 

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Comments

  1. These bowls look so amazing!! Such delicious ingredients too :) Definitely going to give them a try!

  2. La Chula says:

    These look like Tha bomb! Please continue inspiring us! I have ms, now disabled and heavier 55 lbs. Depression accompanied this MS, but whenyou started off fit then land where I am, it sucks. I am trying to start eating healthier, as I did in past. I am now struggling with emotional eating. You are helpful! Thank you, keep up the awesomeness!
    XO,
    Lisa

  3. Thank you so much for sharing. Must try!

  4. Look so good im so hungry :)

  5. I love a good smoothie bowl! Yours sounds and looks amazing!

    Lennae xxx
    http://www.lennaesworld.com

  6. im curious where you get the honey sticks from? they look like they would be perfect for packing for work or school.

  7. Thanks for that nice recipes ♥

  8. These recipes are amazing!!! Can I change some recipe’s ingredients?

  9. This could be a nice change my breakfast!

  10. Julie Schiefer says:

    Going to the grocery store today to get all the ingredients! So excited to make these. Perfect for the hot California weather I live in.

  11. Brittany-May Thomson says:

    Hi, Cassey! Could you please make a video on stretches for upper back pain relief. I find I get a lot of upper back pain

  12. YUM – Just what I needed while moving. I added some protein powder and coconut oil to make it more of a “meal.”

  13. They look soooo good

  14. Can’t wait to try this! it looks absolutely amazing :O

  15. Ayana Philbert says:

    looks! delicious and healthy! gonna try it!

  16. Hi Cassey,

    I just read your blog post on your Superfood Beauty Bowl – made with pitaya smoothie packs, and loved it! I help handle the PR for Pitaya Plus and wanted to reach out and gauge your familiarity with the brand. Seeing as you used their smoothie packs for your Beauty Bowl, we were hoping that you would consider linking directly to their website (www.pitayaplus.com).

    Considering your blog post, I’m going to wager that you are already a fan of pitaya! Pitaya Plus is the first and only company to export pitaya to the United States – their products are made of 100% raw frozen pitaya fruit, with no added sugars. As you are aware, pitaya is rich in antioxidants, powerful Vitamins B and C, and active enzymes which work to neutralize free radicals, aid in digestion and boost energy and immunity – all of which you touched on in your blog post!

    Pitaya Plus has just released brand new 100% raw cubes, ideal for a one ingredient snack to cool down on a hot summer day and just as convenient to include in smoothies, salads, clean cocktails and even baked goods.

    We would love to send you a care package from Pitaya Plus and stock your freezer! I previously sent you an email filled with fun recipes and images to further inspire you – please let us know if you are interested!

    Really looking forward to hearing from you!

    All the best,
    Kira

  17. looks amaziiing!!! love it <3

    https://aspoonfulofnature.wordpress.com/

  18. Thanks so much Cassey for your hilarious and inspiring personality as well as your creative style that is just so contagious! I can’t wait to try these AWESOME Beauty Bowls!!!!!!!!

  19. Oh Cassey, you’re soooooo amazing! So vibrant and beaming! You are the best!

  20. I love eating these for breakfast! They taste heavenly!

    http://www.alinaermilova.com

  21. Wow thoae bowls are a beauty! :)

  22. SO happy to see a new cooking video because food is my faveeeee <3 Oh and I've never tried pitaya before! MUST do it soon!

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