Acai berry protein smoothie bowl || vegan 🌱|| sugar free ||gluten free ||


 C 37.5g F 4g P 12g Fiber 11.9g – 235 kcal/serving without toppings


Like I promised on my social media, I’ve made for you guys an amazing protein smoothie  bowl recipe. It is sooooo simple and easy to make, but at the same time so creamy and fluffy delicious that after eating it, you may rethink about getting an ice cream. In order to make this deliciousness all you need is a food processor (or a big blender) and a some basic ingredients as following:

  • 1 big frozen banana
  • 1/2 cup of frozen mixed berries – I really love raspberries so I used them
  • coconut milk – for a super creamy consistency you can use canned coconut milk, but if you are calorie conscious like me use Alpro Coconut
  • 20 g Organic hemp protein powder
  • 1 tsp Organic acai berry powder – the powders we got from MyProtein

Asa cum v-am promis pe social media, v-am pregatit o reteta de smoothie proteic ce se serveste in bol. Este atat de simplu de facut si in acelasi timp atat de cremos si delicios incat dupa ce il mananci s-ar putea sa-l preferi in favoarea unei inghetate. Pentru a-l prepara tot ce ai nevoie este de un robot de bucatarie sau un blender mare si de cateva ingrediente de baza:

  • 1 banana mare congelata
  • 1/2 cana de fructe de padre congelate, eu prefer zmeura asa ca am folosit-o pe aceasta, dar e la fel de delicios in ambele versiuni.
  • 50 ml lapte de cocos – pentru un produs final super cremos sugerez pe cel la conserva, pentru cei ca si mine care se uita la cate calorii consuma se poate folosi bautura de cocos gen Alpro Coconut.
  • 20 g praf proteic din seminte de canepa organic
  • 1 lingurita de praf de acai organic – eu am ales aceste produse de la MyProtein


Simple, right?

Next just throw in the ingredients, like the frozen fruit and the powders…and

Simplu nu?

Acum punem toate ingredientele in robot, fructele congelate si prafurile si….

then blitz….and add your coconut to get it going to a smooth consistency (don’t add to much because you will make it to thin and then you will need a straw, which is fine…it will taste just as good 😊)

pornim….adaugand cate putin din laptele de cocos pentru a obtine un continut cremos (avand grija sa nu punem prea mult, deoarece il transformam intr-o bautura si vom avea nevoie de un pai, iar noi urmarim o cosistenta unei creme…oricum va fi super gustos 😊)


After it is all well combined into a yummy cream pour it into a bowl, top it with your favourite fruits, nuts and seeds and enjoy a super heathy breakfast, desert, or snack!

Dupa ce e combinat bine intr-o crema delicioasa, o punem intr-un bol si adaugam topingurile favorite, cum ar fi nuci, alune, seminte, granola, fructe proaspete sau uscate si savuram un mic dejun sanatos, sau un desert sau chiar un snack!



Good appetite! Bon appetit! Or as we say over here in Romania…Pofta Buna!

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A Nutty Present idea! 

As many of you know, I live in one of the most beautiful cities – Cluj-Napoca. Where food, culture, history, buildings, ex-communism, foreign languages, festivals, suck you all into this realm of ‘Metropolitan’ buzz and happiness.

What many of you didn’t know is that if anything annoyed me and my nut butter eating friends (especially the vegans), about this city is it’s lack of nut butters. Yes, you read that correctly. No, I’m not crazy (maybe just a little bit). But seriously, nut butters are near impossible to find and when you do find them in the health stores, the prices are crazy (I’m talking roughly £10 a jar, contrasting to England where I pay £2.47 a jar). Also, did you know that it is literally impossible to find cashew butter over here? Simply because it’s so expensive to stock. 

So, anyways, I’m always using nut butter in my recipes whether it being peanut, almond, hazelnut or cashew butter and some friends that live close by told me that they’d love to try some of my recipes except they couldn’t find any nut butters (exception of peanut butter) on the supermarket shelves. 

Then it hit me, The ‘Nutty Present’ idea. As you can see in the picture below, I made a trio of nut butters, made cute little labels, decorated the top of the baby food jars with rhinestones, made some pink paper ‘hay’ for presentation, placed those in a bowl (which was part of the present too)… Annnnnd voila! 

There you have it, a present that is free from salt, sugar, additives, preservatives just raw, roasted and blended nuts to make beautifully smooth and tasty nut butters. Not only that, but it is also a cost effective present for those on a tight budget wanting to give someone you care for a beautiful present. It’s healthy, homemade and makes the cutest little present for someone who’s into this kinda thing (who wouldn’t be?!). 


Label translation: Hazelnut Butter, Almond Butter, Cashew Butter.
Note: I made this as part of a present to someone, and it was adored not only by her but by those at the party. I was nervous the first time, but it went down so well I’m sure to make these in the near future for other loved ones (Christmas is soon right?). 

So here’s to a bit of inspiration to all the nutters out there!