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Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric

Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric Smoothie Bowl.

Hello friends. Happy Sunday. Hope you are having a lovely weekend?

Fancy making up some Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric Smoothie Bowl’s for breakfast?

Over the next few days I have some tasty California Walnut recipes to share with you.

These recipes boast all the great taste and goodness of walnuts grown in the fertile soils of California.

From savoury baklava and smoothie bowls, to cloud eggs and flourless cake, there’s certain to be something to suit all tastes.

I posted a recipe yesterday, which you can find here:

Cauli-rice and California Walnut Crusted Egg Buddha Bowl:

Fancy making this Cauli-rice and California Walnut Crusted Egg Buddha Bowl?

Cauli-rice and California Walnut Crusted Egg Buddha Bowl.

Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric Smoothie Bowl

How To Make A Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric Smoothie Bowl:

Serving: 1 person

Ingredients

Flesh from half a mango (reserving a few slices to garnish)

1 tsp ground turmeric

Half a banana 

200ml coconut milk 

Squeeze of lime juice (plus a little zest to garnish)

8 California walnut halves

A handful of raspberries and blueberries 

1 passion fruit 

1 tbsp of coconut flakes

Preparation:

1.) Place the mango, turmeric, banana and coconut milk into a blender and blitz until smooth. Add lime juice to taste and blend again until combined.

2.) Pour the smoothie into a bowl and garnish with the reserved mango, berries, walnuts, passion fruit, lime zest and coconut flakes.

Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric Smoothie Bowl

How tasty?

What do you think about this Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric Smoothie Bowl? Do you fancy trying one?

Recipe and image courtesy of California Walnuts: Twitter.Facebook.Instagram.

Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric Smoothie Bowl

Incorporating California Walnuts into meals is a simple, tasty and convenient way to add important nutrients to your diet.  

A 30g portion, approximately 11 walnuts, are high in Omega-3 fatty acids (ALA), important for heart health and may help reduce the risk of heart disease (1). 

30g’s also offer 5.2g of protein and 1.8g of fibre (2).

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Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric Smoothie Bowl

Fancy making up some Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric Smoothie Bowl’s for breakfast?
Course Breakfast
Servings 1
Author California Walnut

Ingredients

  • Flesh from half a mango (reserving a few slices to garnish)
  • 1 tsp ground turmeric
  • Half a banana
  • 200ml coconut milk
  • Squeeze of lime juice (plus a little zest to garnish)
  • 8 California walnut halves
  • A handful of raspberries and blueberries
  • 1 passion fruit
  • 1 tbsp of coconut flakes

Instructions

  • Place the mango, turmeric, banana and coconut milk into a blender and blitz until smooth. Add lime juice to taste and blend again until combined.
  • Pour the smoothie into a bowl and garnish with the reserved mango, berries, walnuts, passion fruit, lime zest and coconut flakes.

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6 responses to “Tropical Mango, California Walnut and Turmeric”

  1. Ruth says:

    Sounds delicious

  2. Marie says:

    5 stars
    Oh my goodness, not only does this smoothie recipe sound delicious but the health benefits are amazing! Definitely trying this one. Thank you for the recipe. Pinned

  3. Wow, looks amazing and love the idea of serving a smoothie in a bowl, more like the satisfaction of eating something! thanks for sharing on craft schooling Sunday, great to “meet” you and hope you’ll be back again soon!

  4. Lydia C. Lee says:

    Wow! I’m big on tumeric at the moment

  5. Thank you for joining my blog link up for the first time. I hope next time you also get a chance to comment on my blog post.

    Thanks for sharing your recipe. Sounds delish.

    Thank you for linking up for #lifethisweek. Next week, 30/9/19 the optional prompt is Spring Stories. Hope you can join in too. Denyse.

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