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Pina Colada Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

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Okay I’m not one of those ‘fruit’s a dessert’ kinda people.

Fruit is not a dessert. Cheesecake is a dessert. Apple Pie is a dessert.

In what world is fruit a dessert?? I’m all for whole foods and plant based eating but as good as raw desserts can be, they’re just not desserts for me, ya dig?

Buuuuut – big BUT here, this Pina Colada Smoothie bowl definitely comes close to ‘dessert’ status. Maybe it’s because I’m such a big fan of coconut, mangos and pineapple.

Maybe it’s because I love Pina Colada’s.

Maybe it’s because this smoothie bowl is just so damn good. Just like the Nalu Bowls inspired: Dragonfruit Smoothie bowl, the frozen fruit here instead of ice cubes is the secret.

PineappleMangoCoconutSmoothieBowlIt’s basically ice cream

This bowl brings it up a notch with coconut milk – and that gives it a slightly ‘icecream’ like texture. It’s close guys.

I already love a good greek yoghurt with granola. But ya know with a really good quality greek yoghurt and a super crunchy granola with maybe some clusters and chocolate in there.

I don’t know. It’s not dessert but it tastes really good, good enough to be your weekday dessert, or breakfast. You choose.

PineappleMangoCoconutSmoothieBowlA taste of Bali at home

Inspired by by favourite Smoothie Bowl place in Canggu Bali, NALU BOWLS. See their Pipeline smoothie recipe here;

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CoconutMangoPineappleSmoothieBowl
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
large bowl

INGREDIENTS

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Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
large bowl

INGREDIENTS

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CoconutMangoPineappleSmoothieBowl

RECIPE

  1. Put half the frozen fruit in the blender with all the coconut milk and blend. You want to add half of it in at a time to make it an easier job for your blender.
  2. Once blended, add the other half of the frozen fruit and continue to blend until smooth. Add the coconut water and continue to blend until smooth.
  3. Pour into bowl of choice and topped with chopped banana, toasted coconut flakes, granola of choice .. and maybe some sneaky chocolate. Enjoy!
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Victoria is the face behind Foodracket.com. She likes to eat breakfast for dinner and ice cream for breakfast. You'll often find her standing in line for a new restaurant or drinking a glass of red whilst creating magic in the kitchen. A fan of good food, give her some cheese, parma and a good dessert and she's a happy chappy.

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