Tropical Fruits in the Smoothie Bowl which is vegan as well! Do I need to say anything more? Studded with tropical fruits like pineapple, Mangoes and coconut blended nothing can get better, the day begins with a summery spirit.
So, how have you all been? I know I often do a peek-a-boo when it comes to my blog! but, I won’t abandon it for sure and I promise you, you will be seeing more here soon. I am in India enjoying my holiday! well, this was a very surprising holiday actually and it got extended as well and I will be going back soon l! I have been running around visiting all my family and friends it’s a blessing to have people around you who love you right? I feel I am blessed that way!
Here is a quick recipe for you all to enjoy! When you get your favourite Alphonso, pineapple and the fresh coconut which is very different from what I get in UK! Then this Tropical Vegan smoothie is all I wanted to indulge. Put this bowl in the fridge and you would love it as is so cooling in a warm climate.
These Tropical fruits Pineapple, Mango, Coconut are blend to make a smoothie bowl which is just scrumptious and also a powerhouse of nutrients.
Smoothie Bowl Ingredients
1 Cup of Pineapple Juice from 1 cup of fresh pineapple
1/3 Cup of fresh Coconut
4 tbsp of Porridge Oats
1 tbsp of Omega mix (A mix of sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, Pumpkin, Linseed)
¼ Cup of Agave Nectar / Sugar
1 small Banana
¼ cup of Pomegranate
4 slices of Mango
Shavings of Coconut to garnish
- Blend Pineapple chunks with ¼ cup of water, filter the juice out of it.
- Combine everything under smoothie bowl ingredients in a blender jar and blend until smooth and there are no chunks remaining.
- Pour into a bowl and add all toppings. Slice the Bananas, top it with pomegranate, Mango and coconut to make it more scrumptious and tasty.
Notes and Tips :
The Oats which I have used here is Quaker Rolled oats.
I have used fresh coconut, to get a fresh coconut, break open a coconut, using a knife or scraper I take out the flesh chop into little pieces and blend them in a mixer. You can also buy fresh coconut in Asian Grocery shops or online. If you cannot find fresh coconut you can use tinned coconut milk/ cream instead.
If you use fresh coconut, when you break it open you get coconut water in it, filter the water sometimes there will be remnants from the coconut skin, you can even use this water to blend with the pineapple chunks to get the fresh juice.