3 Smoothie Bowls You NEED To Make During The Change of Seasons

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With the change in season sometimes comes flu symptoms, low energy levels and changes in skin complexion. What a better way to combat these issues then eating a smoothie bowl?! I have created three recipes that can help boost your immune system, increase energy levels and keep your skin looking healthy, young and fresh.

Immune Boosting Green Smoothie Bowl

1 cup of spinach - A foundation of greens is key! If you don’t like spinach substitute for kale, romaine lettuce, beet leaves or parsley.
1 green pear - or any other fruit that is in season. Some examples include apples, kiwis and tangerines.
1 frozen banana
½ avocado
1 piece ginger - Can help combat and reduce symptoms of cold and flu.
½ citrus fruit of choice, juiced - Full of vitamins, antioxidants, and alkalinizing properties that can help to strengthen your immune system.

The method for this smoothie bowl is simple! Blend all the ingredients together with a handful of ice cubes until you get a consistency similar to a soft-serve ice cream.

¼ cup unsweetened dessicated coconut
½ kiwi fruit, chopped
1 handful frozen mixed berries

Energising Banana Cacao Smoothie Bowl


1 frozen banana 
3 pitted dates - Full of fibre and natural sugars, both bananas and dates can provide a great little “pick me up” when you’re in need of energy!
¼ cup unsweetened almond milk
2 tbsp freshly squeezed orange juice
1 tbsp natural peanut butter - Full of protein, which can help keep you feeling full and full of energy!
2 tbsp raw cacao powder - Contains a number of essential minerals, such as magnesium, which can help your body produce energy.

1.Blend the banana, dates, almond milk,, orange juice and peanut butter until the mixture becomes creamy like a soft-serve ice cream.
2. Add the cacao powder and blend until well combined.
3. Transfer into a bowl and add your toppings!

1 tbsp organic muesli or granola
1 handful cacao nibs
½  mango or fruit of choice, diced

Antioxidant Smoothie Bowl


1 frozen banana - These babies also contain a number of minerals, such as potassium and zinc. Potassium can help to keep skin hydrated while zinc can help to heal acne scars and skin blemishes.
¼  cup blueberries
¼  cup strawberries
¼  cup raspberries  All of these berries contain high amounts of vitamins and antioxidants, which together help combat free radicals and can lead to firmer, younger looking skin.
¼ cup greek yoghurt
½ cup coconut water - Helps hydrate dry winter skin and regular oil production.

Blend all the ingredients together with a handful of ice cubes until you get a consistency similar to a soft-serve ice cream.

¼ cup blueberries
¼ banana, sliced
1 tbsp pomegranate seeds
1 tbsp chia seeds
5 raspberries

Remember that with plenty of sleep, a healthy diet and using me at least once a week you can help to prevent breakouts, manage oil production and keep your skin looking young and fresh.

Stay clear! XO