While making this smoothie I wondered why we celebrate Easter with chocolate. After I had finished eating this tasty breakfast I decided to sit down and google it. The answer the internet came back with was that chocolate eggs started as a pagan symbol of fertility. It has also been developed as a symbol of spring and Christian resurrection. I’m sure Jesus wouldn’t mind if I passed on the chocolate egg and went straight for this smoothie bowl instead. Chocolate for breakfast who can resist? Not me.
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- Stirring spoon
- Sea salt or himalayan pink salt x 1/2 tsp
- Raw cacao powder x 1 tbsps
- Avocado x 1/2
- Banana x 1
- Raspberries or blueberries x 1 handful
- Brazil nuts x 5 or a handful of your choice
- Flaxseed x 1 tbsp
- Chia seeds x 1 tbsp
- Pumpkin seeds x 1 tbsp
- Spinach x 1 handful
- Ground sweet cinnamon x 1 tsp (optional)
- Coconut water or milk x 300mls (of your choice)
- Place the salt, raw cacao powder, avocado, banana, raspberries or blueberries, brazil nuts or nuts of your choice, flaxseed, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, spinach, ground sweet cinnamon and coconut water or milk in the blender.
- Blend all of these ingredients together.
- Pour the contents into a saucepan and turn the heat onto high.
- Stir the smoothie until it heats through.
- Pour into a bowl and add extra seeds and fruit.
- Serve and enjoy.
Warm Chocolate and Salt Smoothie Bowl was a huge hit with me. Yes that’s right I’m in love with myself!!! I will make this for my little family in the future but I just wanted to try it first. The smoothie was creamy, rich and very warming. To be honest, it was salty but the salt knocked the edge from the sweetness. The best part about this smoothie is you can make it the night before and just simply heat it up before you want to eat it. However you decide to eat this dish, as always, please enjoy. Thank you xxx