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Pretty Healthy: Smoothie Bowls That Look Too Good to Eat

Image credit: Franziska Haßler

In the spirit of eating healthy, we’re all for sharing inspiring photos and posts. This week, we look at the trend that lives on – smoothie bowls. The phrase, “eating with your eyes” rings true when you see how beautiful some of these creations are. Even if you’re against posting your life on Instagram, these bowls warrant a quick pic just to remember them by. Most of these pretty smoothie bowls were created by Instagrammers from other countries, so let these serve as inspiration for you to create your own wherever you are!

Gorgeous galaxy

Image credit: @naturally.jo

17-year-old vegan teenager Jose creates beautiful smoothie bowls and desserts that are as healthy as they are delicious. Just a few seconds of browsing his profile will leave you awestruck and inspired.

Simple and sweet

Image credit: @theveganbeans

Aspiring vegan chefs Chelsea and Steph plan to release a cookbook soon. But for now, here’s a look at their mango, banana, and strawberry smoothie bowl. The combination sounds perfect for a sunny day in Malaysia, doesn’t it?

Cotton candy colours

Image credit: @lulusdreamtown

Vegan couple Stefan and Lulu are in the business of food creation, styling, and photography. It’s hard to believe a smoothie bowl can look so whimsical and colourful!

Spooky spider

Image credit: @rachelrenelorton

Since Halloween is just a month away, here’s a spooky smoothie bowl to get you excited. Vegan smoothie bowl art enthusiast Rachel Lorton’s creations are bright, colourful, and make use of the zigzag pattern quite a lot. Who says Halloween has to be unhealthy and just for candy?

Frida Kahlo

Image credit: @hazelzakariya

Food and art lover Hazel Zakariya takes smoothie bowl art to another level. Her Frida Kahlo creation here is made with cauliflower, blueberries, kiwi, soy milk, and coconut cream. For the decorations on top, she used coconut cream, mesquite powder, activated coconut charcoal, cacao and carob syrup, strawberries, turmeric elixir, and Misty Day Plant Potions’ rose petals.

Apple roses

Image credit: @redhautevegan

Whether using avocados or apples, roses are fun designs to create. Michelle ‘Mo’ Whetstone created this bold bowl with spinach, banana, dates, sea moss, water, mango, kiwi, blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, marigolds, snapdragons, pollen, sprouts, and a side of pansies.

Monotone charmer

Image credit: Zendy Marsam

Blue is the colour of this bowl that’s truly good for us. Zendy Marsam made this with banana, avocado, yoghurt, soy milk, Raw Nice blue spirulina, blueberries, white dragonfruit, and edible flowers.

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