July 8, 2020

Get Your Vitamin C ! Vegan Smoothie Bowl

Real C Smoothie bowl

This is one of the easiest and more delicious ways to get in your Vitamin C. I am notoriously bad about taking my supplements . But with Covid 19 still lurking about, its a good idea to boost your immune system.

This is *REAL C . Not some ascorbic acid but the highest quality Vitamin C out on the market. This is made directly with organic fruit under the strictest conditions.

Karen Fitzpatrick Dame is a Thyroid expert and owner of the Beet Lady and Healing Solutions Health. When I was recovering from my surgery this Vitamin C helped knit back all those muscles and nerve endings. Real C is important for recovery. It's no joke , this is the REAL DEAL. It's a powder and is easily absorbed by the body in juices, smoothies and smoothie bowls.

You can purchase REAL C Here : *https://www.itsmorethanjustfood.com/beetlady

So Lets get on with it shall we? You will need a food processor. Blenders are Meh when it comes to this and the processor works best.

Ingredients

  • 2 frozen LARGE bananas sliced

  • 1/3 cup coconut water

  • 2 cups frozen berries add more if needed

  • fresh fruit for flavor and garnish

  • 2 teaspoons REAL C ( about 2,00 mg Vit C )

Ok this is the easy part.

Directions

  • Add the bananas to the food processor and the fruit.
  • Slowly add in the coconut water. a little at a time, a little more a little less, see how it feels.,and pulse. It should start to look and feel like a sorbet.
  • Add in the REAL C . Pulse and serve.
  • Garnish with fruit, coconut, bee pollen, granola what ever you like.

YUM!!!


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Laurel Herman
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