When we take a look around the RY office we spy plenty of recycled and reusable products.
From coffee cups to bamboo straws, we really get excited about products that help us lessen our personal impact on this beautiful planet, which is exactly why we always find ourselves eating our lunches from matching Coconut Bowls.
Coconut Bowls are handcrafted from the natural waste of rural farms which are then turned into beautiful bowls for your morning breakfast, smoothie bowls, salads and any meal in between. Not only do they make your food look completely instagram-able (#foodporn) but they're a movement which pushes for healthy living and conscious thinking, for both people and the planet.
Our favourite thing to eat from these beautiful bowls is by Hannah Singleton from Healthy Luxe. We featured this recipe in our Autumn RY Mag but we just had to share it again!
This 5 ingredient acai bowl is so easy to make (it takes less than 10 minutes), it's packed with nutrients AND is one the most delicious smoothie bowls you will ever taste. Big call, we know.
It’s delicious on its own, but we think it’s the toppings that really take this acai bowl to the next level. It just isn’t quite the same without that crunch! We recommend a clustery granola, goji berries, cacao nibs, coconut flakes and last but certainly not least, a big spoonful of peanut butter.
Ingredients (serves 1)
Acai Sachets, 2 (frozen)
Bananas, 2 large (frozen)
Strawberries, 3/4 cup (frozen)
Peanut Butter, 2 tbsp
Macadamia Milk, 1/4 cup (or any nut milk of choice)
1. Combine all ingredients in a high-power blender, blend until smooth and
2. Spoon into Coconut Bowls and add your choice of toppings
It's really that easy! But if you're after more recipes and ideas to serve in your Coconut Bowls then head to their website: https://au.coconutbowls.com/blogs/smoothie-bowls-1
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