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Cacao Boost Breakfast Bowl

As much as I love my poached eggs in the morning, I also can’t get enough of breakfast bowls. Whether they are fruity smoothie bowls, a deep purple acai bowl or a warm quinoa bowl, they are a great way to start the day. Another reason that I love those photogenic breakfasts is that I personally find them the easiest way to incorporate a vegan meal into my diet every once in a while. Made with coconut milk and tons of yummy toppings it’ll taste more like dessert than breakfast. And don’t we all love a little dessert to start our day?

For today’s recipe I have teamed up with Interspar again, since they have really stepped up their game in terms of awesome vegan and vegetarian options. They recently also started carrying the “Veganz” brand, next to the Neni products and their own veggie line, which I think it such a exemplary move for a big supermarket chain like the Spar group. Up until now the Veganz products were only available at Veganz itself. Even if you are more of a flexitarian rather than a vegan or vegetarian, you will absolutely love this energizing cacao boost breakfast bowl with hazelnut brittle and figs. Dear Monday, you just a whole lot yummier!!

Interspar Veganz Cacao Boost Breakfast Bowl | Bikinis & Passports

What you’ll need:
– 1 frozen banana
– 2 tsp of Veganz cacao boost
– 2 tsp of raw cacao powder
– 200 ml coconut drink (or nut milk of choice)
– fresh figs, coconut flakes & Veganz hazelnut brittle chocolate as toppings

Blend the frozen banana with the cacao boost, raw cacao powder and milk until a thick, smooth texture forms. Top with coconut flakes, quartered fresh figs and finish it off with some chopped up vegan chocolate to take it to the next level! By the way, this also works great for on-the-go in a mason jar.

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  • 1 year ago

    Vicky, das sieht MEGA lecker aus….vor allem an kühleren Herbsttagen kann ich mir das richtig gut als tolles Soulfood vorstellen und gleichzeitig ist es eigentlich noch total gesund! 🙂

    Liebe grüße

  • 1 year ago

    Ich bin morgen pünktlich um 09 Uhr bei dir und bestelle bitte einmal diese Bowls vor. Danke!

    • vicky
      1 year ago

      Das kriegst du sogar 🙂 hab alles dafür im Kühli inkl gefrorene Banane!!

  • 1 year ago

    Awesome Pics, Yumee 🙂

  • Bee
    1 year ago

    Liebe vicky ,

    Muss ich gleich probieren!!
    Woher bekommst du eig deine acai bowle her wenn du die selber machst? Ist das Pulver ?


  • 1 year ago

    Das hůrt sich echt super an, muss ich gleich morgen in der früh probieren, wird sicher ein toller Start in den Tag. Danke fürs Rezept!
    Mit liebsten Grüßen
    Sandra von

  • 1 year ago

    Super lecker <3 Die muss ich direkt mal nachmachen!!! Gut, dass ich immer Bananen im Tiefkühlfach habe 😀
    Liebst Kathi

  • 1 year ago

    Wow – das schaut mega gut aus! Die Fotos sind außerdem sehr ansprechend.

    Das klingt so gut und ist perfekt für die kühleren Herbsttage. Da ich Bananen, Kakao und Kokomilch sehr gerne mag, werde ich das bestimmt mal probieren.

    ❤ Liebste Grüße ❤
    Conny von
    Personal Austrian Blog about Fashion | Beauty | Lifestyle | Food | and more

  • 1 year ago

    Hmmmmm das sieht unglaublich gut aus! Vor allem wenn man morgens mit einem süßen Zahn aufwacht, kann ja etwas kakaoiges Wunder bewirken! Danke für das tolle Rezept 🙂

    xx Ana

  • Claudia
    1 year ago

    Heute früh ausprobiert, hat superlecker geschmeckt!
    Danke Vicky für das Rezept!
    Liebe Grüße Claudia 🙂

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