Kale Forest Smoothie Bowl

Kale Forest Smoothie Bowl

July 25, 2017

Recipe and article by Lila Volkas. 

Lila Volkas is a food illustrator and writer for KQED, health educator and holistic nutrition student at Bauman College in Berkeley. Food has played a major role in her own healing journey and allows her to connect with others and help them deepen their relationship with what they put in their body. Follow her on ig: @lilaceline or visit her at lilavolkas.com to find out more about her work or to attend her next monthly kombucha brewing workshop in in the Bay Area!

In collaboration with IMBŌDHI, I have created some unique smoothie bowl recipes to bring nutritional embodiment to pre- and post-movement breakfasts. These smoothie bowls can support the dance of your digestive system.

Look at the last post, Smoothie Bowls: Dancing with Digestion, to learn more. There I cover why I eat my smoothie's slowly, with a spoon at room temperature. 

Kale Forest Smoothie Bowl  

IMBODHI green smoothie bowl recipe.

Nutritional highlights

Spirulina is a blue-green algae that is packed with plant protein and can help detox our bodies of toxic heavy metals. Kale is an excellent source of fiber and is packed with anti-inflammatory vitamins and minerals.

IMBODHI, green smoothie bowl, lila volkas recipe

Ingredients

Serving Size: 1-2

1 cup packed lightly steamed kale
1/4 avocado
2 tsp spirulina
1/2 ripe banana
1/2 apple
2 tbsp ground pumpkin seeds
3/4 cup hemp milk
(optional: 2 scoops of your choice of protein powder)
garnish: bee pollen and blueberries

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth. Pour mixture into a one or two serving bowls, garnish with toppings and enjoy!
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