114th GoNana Smoothie


Hello, my friends! It’s Thursday! This is my 114th Smoothie bowl for him. I have no name for it yet maybe you can help me, please? I am posting this banana mango smoothie on my blog but I don’t know what to call it. Maybe just banana mango smoothie? Luckily, my friend @dailyfunmusings named this bowl “GoNana smoothie”. How I love the name so here it is…😍

I want to keep this post short and leave you with Albert Einstein’s thoughts about the perpetual battle of good and evil. Einstein said: “God did not create evil. Just as darkness is the absence of light, evil is the absence of God.”


7-inch diameter bowl

Smoothie Ingredients
1 ripe mango
1 ripe banana
16 oz organic yogurt
2 tbsp honey
Khorasan Kamut Wheat (any breakfast cereal)

Put 1 cup of cereals in the bowl and level to make the surface even. Blend mango, banana, and yogurt in a blender until fully combined. Add the honey while the blender is running. This will prevent the honey from getting stuck on the bottom of the blender. Pour the banana-mango smoothie in a circular motion on top of the cereals. This will prevent the cereals from floating to the surface of the smoothie.

mango hearts
avocado, thin slices
raw almonds
raw pignolias
raw hemp hearts
mixed grains (chia, barley, millet, quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, etc)
soft biscuit with fig jam filling

Slice mangoes into three thin layers then use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to create mango hearts. Thinly slice the avocado lengthwise and roll into circles. Decorate the other toppings any way you like.

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Hello! My name is Altha. I love to cook and experiment with naturally sourced ingredients. I believe in the power of naturally grown food to heal the mind and body. I believe God made everything perfect. Let's connect!

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