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Spirulina Protein Bowl with Papaya – Recipe

Spirulina Protein Bowl – simple and super nutritious

I haven’t posted a recipe for a breakfast bowl for ages! Admittedly, my last few weeks have also been very busy with my additional training as a plant-based nutritionist, which I completed successfully. I’m very happy to officially call myself a “licensed nutritionist specializing in plant-based nutrition”! Yay!

Spirulina Protein Bowl Recipe
Looks like magic

My Spirulina Protein Bowl will create you Hulk!

Spirulina is a microalga that is dried and available either as a powder or pressed tablet. It is also rich in protein, vitamins, iron, zinc and of course chlorophyll. Chlorophyll also gives spirulina its vibrant, striking colour and is mainly responsible for its detoxifying, antioxidant effect as a superfood. You can read more about spirulina in my blog post. But now let’s get to the recipe!

Vegane Spirulina-Protein-Bowl Rezept

Spirulina-Protein-Bowl

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: International
Keyword: high in protein, raw, vegan
Servings: 2 servings

Equipment

  • bowl

Ingredients

  • 10 g spirulina powder
  • 30 g protein powder
  • 100 ml oat milk
  • 200 g soy yoghurt

Topping

  • 20 g goji berries
  • 30 g coconut flakes
  • 20 g cocoa nibs
  • 20 g flaxseed grounded
  • 20 g spelt flakes
  • 1/2 papaya ca. 300 g
  • 1 handful mint fresh

Instructions

  • First, mix the spirulina powder with the protein powder, oat milk and soy yoghurt in a bowl and divide the mixture between your bowls.
  • Then cut the papaya into bite-sized pieces and garnish your bowls with them. Add the goji berries, coconut flakes, flax seeds, cocoa nibs, spelt flakes and mint. Your spirulina protein bowls are ready and most importantly: Enjoy to the fullest!

Nutrients

Nutrition Facts
Spirulina-Protein-Bowl
Amount Per Serving (1 serving)
Calories 471.3 Calories from Fat 217
% Daily Value*
Fat 24.1g37%
Carbohydrates 38.1g13%
Protein 19.6g39%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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A small load of proteins

Spirulina itself is very rich in protein, but because the blue-green alga is very flavourful, we use very little of the powder. That’s why I pimp my recipe with my favourite protein powder from Go Superfood. You can also use all kinds of toppings, fresh seasonal fruit, etc. – there are no limits to your creativity! For example, you can also see dried oranges in the photo, which I have staged. 🙂

You can also eat the seeds of the papaya! They have a slightly spicy taste and round off the whole thing perfectly. Feel free to give it a try! And of course, the yellow-orange papaya looks phenomenal in the green spirulina bowl next to the red goji berries! After all, the eye eats with you too!

With this in mind, enjoy it and as always: Enjoy! And have fun trying my other recipes!

Stay nuts!
Yours, Rosa

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