We want to give you some inspiration for your daily life! Tired of flat plates? You can use your Coconut Bowl for all your meals!
For your breakfast, lunch, snack, or dinner, we show you different styles of how to prepare meals in your Coconut Bowl.
Smoothie bowls are the best way to start your day!
A fresh creamy base, topped with some crunchy granola, that gives you an extra opportunity to add healthy superfoods to your daily nutrition.
1- Start with frozen fruits, which can be anything like strawberries, mango, pineapple, blueberries, blackberries, kiwi, banana, or raspberries.
2- Add everything into a blender with any type of flavored liquid, like coconut water, juice, soy milk, and then peanut butter.
3- Blend until creamy (almost like ice-cream) then add it to your beautiful Bowl.
4- Top it with nuts (sliced almonds, chopped walnuts), seeds (chia seeds, hemp seeds), dried fruit (goji berries, shredded coconut, cocoa nibs), fresh fruit (raspberries, bananas, kiwi, strawberries, blueberries) or granola.
The final result will be an amazing breakfast or a healthy pre-workout snack.
Popular among vegans, the Buddha bowl is considered an ideal way to eat and is credited with the potential for lowering the risk of chronic diseases.
Named for it’s big, round Buddha belly shape, a “Buddha bowl” is a one-dish meal consisting of rice or whole grains, roasted veggies, a dressing and a protein source like beans, tofu or lentils.
1- Start with the grains. Use cooked brown rice, quinoa, barley, or bulgur. These are all considered whole grains and will help you stay satisfied longer and give you more health benefits than processed grains.
2- Add some veggies from the seasonal farmers market or your weekly leftovers. Make it pretty and nutritious with different colors and textures!
3- To pile on the protein, top the bowl with spicy roasted chickpeas, tofu, or tender, sliced cooked tempeh.
4- Drizzle with dressing to avoid dryness. Make a homemade vinaigrette, or add some virgin olive oil.
5- Add your favorite mix of seeds like sesame, sunflower, or chia seeds.
To finalize this masterpiece add a perfectly ripe sliced avocado or a tasty spoon of hummus.
Although it has the same structure as the Smoothie Bowl we thought açaí bowl deserves a better presentation.
The açaí berry looks like a grape and has a delicious tropical, naturally sweet taste. It’s a versatile flavor, famous for its health benefits.
Açaí fruit grows on the açaí palm tree, which is native to Brazilian rainforests.
TIP - The fruit has a very short shelf life, which is why you won’t find it fresh in stores. Instead, look for açaí fruit puree in the freezer section of some grocery stores or online.
1- Just mix açaí puree with frozen fruit such as banana or strawberries, and then add some soy, almond, or coconut milk to create the best creamy texture.
2- Once you get it right, top the açaí mixture with some fresh colorful fruits, nuts, seeds, granola, or some sweet peanut butter and enjoy it!
You had your Smoothie Bowl for breakfast, then a big Buddha Bowl for lunch, but what about dinner?
Poke Bowls could be the perfect meal to end your day.
Poke means “to slice or cut” in Hawaiian and refers to chunks of raw, marinated fish usually tuna, which is then tossed over rice and topped with vegetables and umami-packed sauces.
The best about these bowls is, that there is no right or wrong. You can mix your favorite ingredients. We like to swap the fish with some vegetarian alternatives like Seitan or Tofu.
Rice: Most bowls start with a base layer of jasmine rice. You can also offer low-carb options like zucchini noodles and kelp salad.
Fish: Sushi-grade fish is the star ingredient, most commonly raw yellowfin (ahi) tuna. But you can choose between several fish, including salmon and snapper. To season, the cubes of fish are mixed with scallions, sesame seeds and flakes of pink sea salt to enhance the flavor
Tofu: If raw fish isn’t your thing, look for options like tofu or tempeh and marinate them first in a delicious ginger, soy sauce.
Dressing: Salty sauces often made with soy sauce, shoyu, ponzu, or even spicy black-bean paste.
Vegetables: Toppings like avocado, shaved onion, seaweed, and crispy garlic add flavor and crunch.
Hot sauce: If you are crazy for spiciness, use the Japanese red chili mixture Togarashi or green Wasabi to add heat.We hope to give you some more fun and sustainability to your meals!