Save the Strawberries Smoothie

Strawberries are too good to be dumped over a few needles! Just chop them up & freeze, keep a stockpile in the freezer & keep making these amazing smoothies until you’ve reached strawberry overload.

Ingredients

(This will make a full blender, family-sized smoothie).
1/2 cup of activated Blend11
2 cups (or more) of frozen strawberries (buy heaps – just chop them up before freezing) always get organic if the budget can stretch (seconds or pre-frozen berries are often bargains & super tasty – perfect for smoothies)
2 or 3 frozen bananas, chopped
1/2 cup of water (more if you like a runnier smoothie)
2 scoops of plain protein powder of choice (plain, choc, coconut & vanilla will all work well)
1/2 cup (or more) of coconut yoghurt. Choc, vanilla or unsweetened are amazing in this, or use greek yoghurt if ok with dairy. Add extra yoghurt if you like a really creamy smoothie.
Vanilla essence to taste – a good splash
Optional extra – add some fresh beetroot for extra pinkness & a bonus hidden vegetable!)

Method

1) Add everything into the blender (frozen fruit last)
2) Blend until well combined, pink & smooth
3) You can serve in a glass, a shaker bottle on the go, use as the base for a smoothie bowl, & pour any leftovers into ice-block moulds to freeze.

Serves Approx

4 big smoothies

Thank you to goodMix for this recipe!
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Cinnamon Mocha Smoothie

 

Creamy mocha-vanilla-cinnamon yumminess, nutritious pre & probiotic healthiness plus some coffee perkiness!

Ingredients

Ingredients

Activated Blend11 – 1/2 cup
Almond milk (or your fave milk) 1 cup
Banana – 1 large, just ripe (too ripe & your smoothie will taste too ‘banana-ry’)
Cold brew coffee 1/3 cup (or more or less, add to your own taste & caffeine requirement!)
Natural coconut yoghurt 1/2 cup
Chocolate mousse coconut yoghurt – 1/2 cup
Kefir (a few tbsp)
Vanilla essence – 3 tsp
Cinnamon – approx 2 tsp (plus a little extra to sprinkle on top if you wanna get fancy)
Brazil nuts (or walnuts) handful
Ice – 1.5 cups

Method

Just chuck it all into your blender & press go, buzz on high until it’s smooth & creamy. Pour into glasses & top with cacao nibs & cinnamon to make them look pretty, or just straight into a shaker bottle & you have a nourishing breakfast (& coffee) ready to head out the door. This recipe makes a 2-3 good sized smoothies, so adjust qty’s to suit if it’s just for one person – you can also pour any excess into ice-block moulds to make a supply of yummy mocha icy-poles, perfect for morning / afternoon tea on hot days!

Serves Approx

2-3 good sized smoothies

 

SPRING TONIC PONDY JUICE!

Perfect for those days when you need a super-potent green juice with no sugar, but plenty of nutrition. An ideal brew if you’re detoxing, a diabetic, have insulin resistance, or are dealing with a yeast / candida overgrowth after antibiotics…or you just wanna look & feel awesome for spring!

Ingredients

1 tbsp parsley
2 tbsp mint
1 thumb ginger
1 lime peeled
1/2 large or 1 sm cucumber
2-3 celery stalks (including leaves)
1 tsp PondWater

Method

Run everything through the juicer (except the PondWater powder).
Pour juice over ice into a shaker bottle, add PondWater powder & shake until dissolved.

Serves Approx

1

I really hope you enjoy the simplicity !

Jeanie Xx
jeanie@goodmix.com.au

Pre n Pro Parfait

Parfait for Breakfast

This Pre n Pro Parfait for breakfast is so quick, easy, super-yummy…& so good for more than just your gut :-)

Ingredients

2 x tblsp of activated Blend11
3 x tblsp of Pure and Free coconut yoghurt the natural unsweetened has a very high probiotic count.

Method

Activate your seeds & leave overnight  (see activation video)
Add seeds, coconut yoghurt & fruit to your glass or jar in layers
&…eat – so simple.

Serves Approx

1

Cleansing Power Smoothie Bowl

Claudia’s Cleansing Green Smoothie Power Bowl topped with muesli, coconut kefir, berries and a spoonful of nut butter for an added protein kick. Make sure you check out BareVitality’s website for loads of delicious recipes, holistic health coaching, and fitness & training inspo – links below.

Ingredients

– 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
– 2/3 cup frozen of fresh mixed berries
– 2/3 cup frozen or fresh mango
– 1 large handful of baby spinach leaves
– 1 heaped tsp maca powder
– 1 heaped tsp GoodMix PondWater Powder
– 1 heaped tbs coconut kefir or yogurt
– 1/3 cup activated GoodMix Blend11
– 6-10 ice cubes

Method

1. Blend until smooth.
2. Top with extra Blend 11 or a muesli, coconut kefir, berries and a spoonful of nut butter for an added protein kick.

Serves Approx

1

Thank you to Claudia Beyer for this recipe!

Website: http://barevitality.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claudiabeyer_barevitality/

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Chocolate Crunch Pondy Banana Nice Cream Bowl

I scream, you scream, we all scream for green ice cream! This creamy green banana nice cream goes perfectly with crunchy chocolate buckwheat clusters. Packed full of superfoods with the added boost of PondWater, our very own SuperGreen’s powder this recipe is sure to be your new favourite treat!

Ingredients

Chocolate Buckwheat Crunch

– 1 cup buckwheat, soaked overnight in water and a small splash of apple cider vinegar(8 hours)
– 2 tsp hemp seeds
– 2 tsp cacao nibs
– 1 tsp maca powder
– 1 tsp cacao
– 1 tbsp coconut oil
– 1 tbsp of rice malt syrup
– Pinch of cinnamon
– Pinch of vanilla powder (or essence)

Banana Nice Cream

– 3 small frozen ripe bananas
– 1/4 cup of almond milk
– 1 tsp of PondWater SuperGreen’s powder

Method

1. Preheat oven to 150 degrees
2. Mix all buckwheat crunch ingredients together
3. Line a baking tray with baking paper
4. Spread out the mixture leaving a few sections clumped together
5. Bake in oven for around 90 minutes, checking regularly or until mixture is dry to touch
6. Add all nice cream ingredients to a high speed blender or food processor and blend until smooth
7. Pour nice cream into a bowl and sprinkle buckwheat clusters on top

 

Serves Approx

Buckwheat Crunch Clusters – 3

Banana Nice Cream – 1

Watermelon, Ginger & Mint Detox Smoothie

Watermelon has and always will be a summer favourite. Theres something so blissful about biting into a juicy wedge under the summer sun. We’ve created a watermelon, ginger and mint detox cooler to quench your thirst and keep your taste buds dancing!

Ingredients

– 1/8 of a juicy fresh watermelon
– 6-8 frozen strawberries
– 1/2 raw zucchini
– a handful of baby spinach (or greens of choice)
– 3 mint leaves
– 1.5cm knob of fresh ginger
– 2 teaspoons of PondWater
– 2 cups of filtered water
– handful of ice

Method

1. Whiz up all ingredient in a high speed blender.
2. Pour into two glasses and serve.

Serves Approx

2

Thank you to Anika for this recipe!
anika@goodmix.com.au

Frog Pond Smoothie Bowl

This pond smoothie is sure a fun smoothie to serve to anyone who is looking for some healthy smoothie treat and it’s sure to mask the grassiness of Pondwater, it’s sure to be loved by your kids too!

Ingredients

1/2 cup celery tops
1/2 cup baby spinach
1 Lebanese cucumber
3 cups of ice
1 cup water Kefir or kombucha (ginger works well)
2 teaspoons of PondWater
1 kiwi
1 mango
2 passionfruits
4 blueberries
4 toothpicks

Method

1. Chop both ends off your cucumber, on an angle – to make your mumma froggie & baby froggie.
2. Break or cut your toothpicks in half – use them to attach the blueberries (in the right spot so they’ll look like eyes).
3. Put the other halves of the toothpicks underneath the froggie (you won’t see these but they’ll ensure the eyes stay above smoothie / water level).
4. Blend all other ingredients (except passion fruit) until very smooth.
5. Pour Smoothie into bowl (be careful not to make it too deep for your froggies), & position the frogs.
6. Add the passion fruit (frogs eggs) if desired.

Serves Approx

4-6 bowls

Thank you to Amanda for this recipe!

No Bummer Summer Smoothie

The perfect summer smoothie that’s bound to become a favorite!! The mango masks the supergreens and pondy grassiness taste and turns it into perfectly blended smoothie!

Ingredients

1 mango
1/2 cup of ice
1/2 a lime
1/2 cup of mixed greens – baby spinach, cos lettuce, celery tops, kale or a combo work well.
1/2 cup of kombucha or sparkling mineral water
1 teaspoon of Pondy

Method

Throw it all in a blender, and let the magic happen!

Serves Approx

1

Thank you to Lisa for this recipe!

Greener Colada

Detox & tox simultaneously with this Greener Colada !  – or just make it a mocktail!

Ingredients

3 parts pineapple juice
1 part white rum
1part coconut coconut cream / milk
Ice – enough to make a slushie consistency
PondWater – 1 flat teaspoon per person

Method

Place all ingredients into the blender & buzz on high until smooth. Serve in cocktail glasses (…or Jars) & garnish with pineapple leaves, coconut shavings or whatever tickles your fancy!

Serves Approx

1-6

Thank you to Anika for this recipe!

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Double Choc Smoothie Bowl

A cheeky variation of one of our favorites. This double choc smoothie bowl is a great one for the kids (big kids included)!

Ingredients

1/2 cup of dry Chocolate BallBag Mix
1 heaped tsp Organic Cacao Power
1 tsp of your favorite nut butter (we used peanut butter)
1/2 small Avocado
2 small frozen Bananas
1/2 cup of milk of choice

Method

1. Add all your smoothie bowl ingredients to a high speed blender.
2. Blend until creamy and thick.
3. Pour into a bowl and top with your favourite toppings! We used banana, raw pistachio’s and dry BallBag mix.

Serves Approx

1

Thank you to Anika for this smoothie bowl recipe!

Super Green Smoothie Bowl

This super green smoothie bowl is a perfect weekend treat for those warm summer days!

Ingredients

1-2 heaped tsp PondWater
2 small frozen bananas
1 cup frozen mango
1 large handful of baby spinach
1 peeled kiwi
1/2 juice of a lemon
A few fresh mint leaves

Method

1. Add all ingredient to a high speed blender. You may need to add a little water to get it going.
2. Once you have a thick and creamy consistency, pour it into a bowl.
3. Top with your favorite toppings! We used kiwi and chia seeds.

Serves Approx

1

Thank you to Anika for this smoothie bowl recipe!