Spirulina Chocolate Chip Bowl

First of all, how unreal is the color of this spirulina?! I love how colorful plant-based food can be.

Moving on- this is perfect as a sweet start to your morning, or a healthy substitute for dessert. Don’t let the bright blue fool you, there’s lots of cacao hiding in there!

With only a few simple ingredients, this can easily be made in just a few minutes. Enjoy!


Coconut yogurt (or any other non-dairy yogurt of your choice. I used Nudie, because it’s nice and thick.)
3 bananas
Coconut milk – or any other non-dairy milk
Cacao nibs
Spirulina – I used Unicorn Superfoods

Added Sweetness for a Nice Cream feel:
Vanilla extract
Coconut sugar

Cacao nibs
Coconut shavings (without added sugar)
Fresh fruit – I used berries


1. Let 3 – 4 bananas freeze overnight. Make sure to peel before freezing. If you like your bowls thick and frozen, then also freeze the yogurt the night before, too.
2. Once bananas are frozen, break up into chunks in mixing bowl with 500 gm (one tub) of coconut yogurt.
3. Add 2 – 3 cups of cacao nibs depending on your chocolate preference.
4. Pour 1 cup of coconut milk. If you like thicker bowls, use less milk.
5. Add about 1 cup of dates. If you want it sweeter, then use more.
6. Liberally pour spirulina over mixture. I didn’t measure, but I covered the entire mixture with the powder.
7. If you want it even sweeter, add a dash of vanilla extract and coconut sugar. This will make it taste more like nice cream than a smoothie bowl.
8. Blend until your liking, and add your favorite toppings!

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