Chocolate Goddess Smoothie Bowl (GF + Antioxidant Rich)

This post is sponsored by Le-Vel but all opinions are my own.
Chocolate Goddess Smoothie Bowl (GF + Antioxidant Rich) is a gorgeous looking creamy-chocolatey bowl that’s filled with antioxidants and tastes absolutely divine. It’s perfect for breakfast or any meal of the day and is made using THRIVE Mix.

healthy-breakfast-chocolate-smoothie1Okay, can we just take a moment and give thanks as all our dreams of having chocolate for breakfast are coming true! I just cannot stop raving about this ‘Chocolate Goddess Smoothie Bowl (GF + Antioxidant Rich)’ that we tried a couple of weeks back and I’m seriously making them almost every other day for breakfast or a quick snack. It makes for such a healthy breakfast that’s packed with the goodness of THRIVE Mix (I’m going to share more details below), turmeric, matcha powder, berries, banana and of course chocolate. It’s like a dream come true and an absolute change from the fruit smoothies that we are usually making. chocolate-smoothie-mix-ingredientsSo let’s start with THRIVE Mix  made by Le-Vel.  It is “ An ultra micronized blend of Vitamins, Minerals, Plant Extracts, Anti-oxidants, Enzymes, Pro-Biotics, and Amino Acids & is the first and only Ultra Premium Mix ever developed .” Some other benefits of THRIVE Mix are:

  • Nutrient Mineral Dense Formula+
  • Probiotic & Enzyme Blend+
  • Antioxidant & Extract Blend+
  • Lean Muscle Support+
  • Weight Management or Fitness+
  • Gluten Free+

And with so many beneficial properties, we had to try it and make it a part of our lifestyle as we totally agree with Le-Vel when they say  – “Live More, Be More, Experience More & Thrive for More”. So for this particular smoothie, we are using their Chocolate Mix and Vanilla Mix (optional) but THRIVE Mix comes in many flavorschocolate-smoothie-bowlSo after adding that powerful mix, I wanted to make this smoothie bowl even more extra special, so I went ahead and added berries, banana (it just makes the smoothie even more creamy), dark chocolate bits, some flax + chia mix and before I would finish the entire ingredients taste testing, I quickly blended it with some almond milk but you can use any other choice of milk too. Now, when the smoothie is this delicious and looks this pretty, you definitely have to name it ‘Chocolate Goddess Smoothie Bowl (GF + Antioxidant Rich)’.Now, if you’re making a smoothie bowl for the first time, here are a couple of tips:

  • We need some sort of ice so that the smoothie holds that chunkiness- frozen fruit works best (if you don’t want a watery taste). You can make it more or less chunky as per taste.
  • We need a good blender that can minutely churn everything, so that we are not left with bits n pieces while having it.

You need to serve the smoothie bowl ASAP or the ice will melt and you’ll end up with a smoothie – soup (which tastes equally good but kinda soupy)breakfast-chocolate-smoothie-bowlAlso, as per a recent study, a little bit of dark chocolate is linked to good health and it’s also great for your memory. Hence, you can imagine what my go-to breakfast or snack is going to be for the next couple of days!  You might also see me making some chocolate shakes using THRIVE Mix because it is so yummy and good for me.  THRIVE Mix is part of the Thrive Experience which includes Thrive capsules taken on an empty stomach followed 40 minutes later by Thrive Mix and then applying DFT (Derma Fusion Technology).  So if you are doing the Thrive Experience, you can mix in a smoothie bowl using THRIVE Mix sometimes.
So, go ahead and try this smoothie and indulge your inner chocolate cravings. Also visit the website for Le-Vel to learn more about THRIVE Mix and the full Thrive Experience. vegan-chocolate-smoothie

Yields 2 Medium Smoothie Bowl

Chocolate Goddess Smoothie Bowl (GF + Antioxidant Rich)

1 minPrep Time

2 minCook Time

3 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

1 Packet THRIVE Mix - Chocolate Flavor

1 Tbsp THRIVE Mix - Vanilla Flavor (optional)

1/4 Tsp Matcha Powder - optional

1/4 Tsp Turmeric Powder - optional

1 Medium Banana - Frozen

1 Cup Almond Milk

1 Tbsp Flax + Chia Seed Mix

Decoration / Add Ons: (Optional)

Raspberry - frozen

Blueberry - frozen

1 Tsp Chopped Pistachio

1 Tsp Roasted Quinoa Seeds

1 Tsp Dark Chocolate Syrup - homemade or store bought

Instructions

  1. Add all the mentioned ingredients in a blender and pulse to form a smooth consistency.
  2. Transfer the smoothie to a bowl and decorate with raspberry, blueberry, pistachio and dark chocolate syrup.
  3. Sprinkle some roasted quinoa seeds.
  4. Serve Immediately.
Cuisine: American | Recipe Type: Breakfast . Snack
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38 Replies to "Chocolate Goddess Smoothie Bowl (GF + Antioxidant Rich)"

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    Tina Dawson | Love is in my Tummy February 27, 2017 (3:21 pm)
    The name is enough to make a kill!!! I love, LOVE, LOOOOVE everything in this bowl!
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      Molly Kumar February 27, 2017 (10:51 pm)
      Aweeee, thanks Tina. So glad you liked it :)
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    Elaine @ Dishes Delish February 27, 2017 (5:13 pm)
    Mmmm. This chocolate smoothie bowl looks delicious! I'll have to get some of that thrive mix!
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      Molly Kumar February 27, 2017 (10:50 pm)
      Absolutely Elaine. The Thrive Mix tastes really awesome!
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    Pam Wattenbarger February 27, 2017 (7:13 pm)
    Wow, this looks really tasty and it's pretty too! This would be such a healthy breakfast for me to have.
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      Molly Kumar February 27, 2017 (10:49 pm)
      Thanks Pam. It makes a great breakfast :)
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    Dene' V. Alexander February 27, 2017 (11:28 pm)
    Love that this is chocolate, yet healthy!! Who can resist a recipe when it has "Chocolate Goddess?!" in the title! Makes you feel like you can conquer the world for the day!!
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    michele February 28, 2017 (3:56 am)
    Ive been hearing a lot about Thrive's product.. but wasn't sure how to incorportate it into my diet... this is such a great idea! I'll have to check it out!!
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    Veena Azmanov February 28, 2017 (8:47 am)
    I'm loving the idea of smoothie in a bowl. Recently I've been doing quite a bit of that. This sounds so delicious and so easy.. Love the berry topping and toasted quinoa crunch
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      Molly Kumar March 1, 2017 (5:59 am)
      Thanks Veena. I find them so delicious and decorating them is the most fun part. So glad you liked the recipe and thanks for visiting :)
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    Tina February 28, 2017 (11:23 am)
    I really need a boost in my memory these days.. time for more chocolate :) This is a lovely breakfast that I can imagine having over and over again.
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      Molly Kumar March 1, 2017 (5:58 am)
      Thanks Tina. Chocolate definitely helps in boosting our memory and overall health :)
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    Byron Thomas February 28, 2017 (12:58 pm)
    Molly, you sure have a way of drawing me into your posts. I would never consider a smoothie bowl, but your photos are so amazing that you have me craving one right now. :) Sounds simply delicious!
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      Molly Kumar March 1, 2017 (5:57 am)
      Aweee, thanks so much Byron and I wish I we were living close by and I could treat you to this Chocolate yumminess. Thanks for visiting :)
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    Marisa Franca @ All Our Way February 28, 2017 (1:30 pm)
    Well, they make breakfast for dinner why not a dessert for breakfast? I'm all in!! Let's get that good chocolate in our systems first thing in the morning. :-) What a great way to start the day. I'm going to follow your lead.
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    Christine - Jar Of Lemons February 28, 2017 (5:15 pm)
    I crave chocolate all of the time, so I love that this is a healthy way to satisfy that craving! It would be great for breakfast or even dessert!
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    Stephanie@ApplesforCJ February 28, 2017 (5:24 pm)
    I absolutely love the idea of Chocolate for breakfast. What better way to start your day and this smoothie bowl is packed with so many good nutrients so it's perfect for breakfast.
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    Kylee from Kylee Cooks February 28, 2017 (10:08 pm)
    Looks fantastic, Molly! I am in love with the idea of chocolate for breakfast - this is a great way to begin the day!
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      Molly Kumar March 1, 2017 (5:56 am)
      Thanks Kylee, it sure is an Awesome way to start your day :)
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    Jennifer A Stewart March 1, 2017 (2:01 am)
    I had never had a smoothie bowl until last summer when we were in Phoenix . There was a Nekter store around the corner and I went there for a smoothie and got intrigued when I saw people lining up for smoothie bowls. I thought it bizarre to eat a smoothie instead of drinking through a straw but wanted to try it. I am sad to say that I liked the toppings more than the smoothie part. I probably should have just gotten a toppings bowl:) There are a few people in my area selling Thrive so am interested in trying some in a smoothie bowl! And chocolate too!
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      Molly Kumar March 1, 2017 (5:53 am)
      Hahahha, that's exactly how I was till few years back and now I just love my smoothie bowls. You have to try them with all your fav toppings (okay not tons of them ;) and I'm sure you'll fall in love :) I've been drinking Thrive Mix for sometime now and really like them for the taste and energy they provide.
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    Adriana Lopez Martn March 1, 2017 (4:50 am)
    This smoothie bowl is definitely fitted for a goddess. Looks amazing and the use of the fruits is so pretty. You always do such a great job.
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      Molly Kumar March 1, 2017 (5:51 am)
      Thank you so much Adriana and I'm so glad you liked the smoothie bowl recipe. It sure makes us feel like a Goddess :)
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    chei March 1, 2017 (6:55 am)
    Oh everything in this bowl is surely tasty! I love to try this!
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    Hanady | Recipe Nomad March 1, 2017 (11:32 am)
    Breakfast in 3 minutes? Love it! My husband loves anything Chocolate too!
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    Priya Srinivasan March 1, 2017 (5:53 pm)
    That bowl of chocolate-y goodness really looks like a food fit for the goddess, stunning!!! Love the fruity garnish!
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    Ashley - Forking Up March 2, 2017 (2:32 am)
    Smoothie bowls struck me as so silly--why not drink it the usual smoothie way? But then I see such gorgeous pictures and I'm convinced. This looks so good!
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    Kathryn @ FoodieGirlChicago March 3, 2017 (12:29 pm)
    Such a pretty smoothie bowl! Love the name too - so creative, and I bet it's very tasty!!
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    Erin March 5, 2017 (1:32 am)
    I'm all for a recipe that says eating chocolate is good for me! Yum.
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    Julie | Bunsen Burner Bakery March 5, 2017 (4:43 am)
    This is beautiful - gorgeous plating! And sounds delicious - I love chocolate for breakfast! ;)
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    Sue Ringsdorf March 5, 2017 (3:12 pm)
    I'm currently craving a smoothie bowl so this is perfect timing! Thanks for sharing. :)
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    Sasha @ Eat Love Eat March 6, 2017 (8:24 pm)
    Delicious! Chocolate smoothies are the best.
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    Eileen Kelly March 7, 2017 (6:26 am)
    I love this smoothie bowl.I am getting great flavors that are healthy and tasty. Throw in a little chocolate and I am over the moon!
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