You´ve eaten enough porridge, cereals, and toast? No problem, you don´t have to starve in the morning! This smoothie does not come as a drink but is spooned and ice cold. Perfect for the start of a hot summer day, this raspberry mango smoothie bowl provides you with a large portion of frozen raspberries, mangoes, and coconut milk. For the extra crunch, it is topped with crunchy quinoa granola and healthy chia seeds.
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Raspberries have a cleansing effect. Due to their astringent properties, they are particularly effective against stomach and intestinal problems and irritated gums.
- Rich in proteins
- Quick & easy
- Rich in fibre & vitamins
- Fresh, cold & crunchy
- Perfect snack for hot summer days
200ml (1 cup) unsweetened coconut milk
140g (1 1/8 cup) deep-frozen raspberries
165 g (1 cup) deep-frozen mango pieces
4 ice cubes
1 tbsp maple syrup
Give the coconut milk, the maple syrup and the fruits in the blender, add the ice-cubes and blend until smooth.
Fill the smoothie in a bowl, add granola, and chia seeds and decorate with raspberries and mango slices.
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Raspberry Mango Smoothie Bowl with crunchy Quinoa Granola
- (High-Power) Blender
- 200 ml (1 cup) unsweetened almond milk
- 140 g (1 ⅛) deep-frozen raspberries
- 140 g (1 ⅛) deep-frozen mango pieces
- 4 ice cubes
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 tbsp sesame quinoa granola
- 1 tbsp chia seeds
- 1 tbsp raspberries
- 4 slices mango
- Give the coconut milk, the maple syrup and the fruits in the blender, add the ice-cubes and blend until smooth.
- Fill the smoothie in a bowl, add granola and chia seeds and decorate it with raspberries and mango slices.