Our health is one of our most valuable assets and we all strive to feed ourselves the nutrients our bodies need and to find a balance between life, work and self-care. The act of caring for oneself can be a healing experience in its own right, so I’m excited to share this delicious (and healthy) recipe for Murielle Banackissa’s Beet & Berry Ginger Smoothie Bowl! It’s chock-full of antioxidant-rich ingredients that deliver wholesome nutrients so we’re at our best. She also throws in a homemade granola recipe to add an additional layer of flavor!
I can’t wait try her smoothie bowl and see all of these amazing colors and textures on my table. — Emerald
Beet & Berry Ginger Smoothie Bowl with Granola
-1/2 cup raspberries
-1/2 cup blueberries
-1 tbsp chia
-1 tsp ginger
-1 big cooked beet (or 2 small ones)
-1/3 cup soy milk (or your favorite milk)
-1/8 cup plain yogurt
-1/2 cup water
Make the Smoothie Bowl
Blend all the ingredients together in a high-speed blender.
Pour the smoothie in your favorite bowl and set aside.
Make the Granola:
(Enough to fill one standard mason jar)
-1/3 cup pecans
-1/2 cup oats
-1/2 cup puffed cereals (puffed millet, puffed quinoa or a mix)
-1 tsp flax seed
-1/4 tsp cinnamon
-1 tbsp raw sesame seeds
-1/8 cup raw sunflower seeds
-2 pinches of salt
-A handful of dried cranberries
-1/8 cup maple syrup
-2 tbsp olive oil
Preheat oven to 165°C/329°F.
In a large bowl, combine the pecans, oats, puffed cereals, flax seeds, cinnamon, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, and salt.
Mix in the maple syrup and olive oil.
Spread the mixture evenly onto a baking tray and bake for 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes, stir the granola.
Bake for an additional 8 to 10 minutes.
Take out of the oven and let cool completely.
Top the granola with the dried cranberries.
Top your smoothie bowl with granola and fresh fruit.
About Murielle: Murielle doesn’t only believe in having a healthy body, she also gives back through her handmade fashion accessories line, Wakami Canada. Wakami is a socially conscious brand that empowers artisans in rural Guatemala and allows residents to create regular income for their communities and families. Murielle believes in connecting with others in a local and global sense. You can connect with Murielle on , and her website, .