smoothie bowl for mother's day breakfast idea

Mother’s Day Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

By: Mélanie Préfontaine – Darius

To all women who participate in the raising of our children, we THANK YOU and wish you a much deserved day filled with heaps of pampering, relaxation, regeneration and love!

 

Servings

1 Bowl

Ready In:

5 min

Good For:

Breakfast

Ingredients

Directions

  • 1 to 1 ¼ Cup Almond milk 
  • ¼ Avocado 
  • 1 Tbsp Chia seeds 
  • 1 Tbsp Hemp hearts 
  • 2 tsp Almond butter 
  • 2 tsp Cacao powder 
  • ½ Cup Mixed berries, frozen 
  • 2 Tbsp Pomegranate, frozen 
  • 1 to 2 Medjool dates, pitted 
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon, Ceylon 
  • ½ tsp Vanilla extract, non-alcoholic 

Directions

Place all of the ingredients in a high powered blender and blend until smooth. Start with 1 cup of almond milk, and add more as needed. It should be thick. Pour in a nice bowl. 

Topping suggestions:

Hemp seeds (source of fat and protein) 

Pumpkin seeds (raw, soaked and sprouted) (source of iron, zinc, fibre, protein, arginine and fat) 

Shredded coconut (great gut healer) 

Fig, fresh (source of copper and vitamin B6 and promote healthy digestion) 

Goji berries (source of vitamin A and helps balance hormones) 

Coconut yogurt (great gut healer, be generous with portion) 

Bee pollen (has all 8 essential amino acids!) 

3 Brazil nuts (raw, and source of selenium) and 5 walnuts (raw and soaked over night, and source of arginine), chop in a mini chopper 

Sprinkle cinnamon (naturally high in fibre and chromium – helping to stabilize blood sugar levels) 

Bon appétit! 

Melanie Communications
About the Author

I no longer have an autoimmune disease and have been cancer free for more than ten years. I attribute much of this restorative success to the body's ability to self-regulate, my positive attitude and commitment to making specific lifestyle changes, being disciplined in the process and continuously learning/studying. I respect and understand that a one size fits all approach to health or medicine is the wrong approach and can leave many harmed. I am currently a student enrolled in a holistic nutrition program and anticipate successfully completing the program and becoming a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant (C.H.N.C) in Alberta, soon.  In good health, Mélanie.

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