The beautiful Alice Bingham AKA @aliceinhealthyland has tried and tested our new Gorgeous Greens Probiotic Powder and this is her review and recipe....
Gorgeous Green Smoothie
1/4 cup coconut milk
1/4 cup water
1/2 a frozen banana
1 scoop @ponoprobiotics Gorgeous Greens powder
1 scoop @ponoprobiotics coconut and Manuka probiotic
1/2 tsp cacao
1/2 tsp almond butter
1 tbsp grass fed Collagen (optional)
1 scoop vanilla protein powder
Blend until nice and smooth
Serve immediately in a cute jar and some dried fruit to pretty it
A few days a told you all that I have been loving @ponoprobiotics Probiotic range for Mumma and Baby. Well they have just released a brand new product Gorgeous Greens and as promised I would review it for you all. Before anyone ask me again (there has been a few) no I'm not getting paid by @ponoprobiotics I genuinely love their product and I love to share what I love.
Here are my thoughts...
I normally spew if I take a Greens powder as I hate the taste of them them. Not even mint or orange flavours or what other brands add to enhance the flavour helps, I just dislike the grassy taste. However this greens powder mixes up so well with just water that I was able to to drink it straight up with nothing added. It actually taste delicious on its own just like their probiotic range. I was so surprised I could tolerate it.
Adding greens to my smoothie is important to me, I normally just add spinach, but this powder has so many more benefits and so much easier to add to the blender and mix in the morning. I am so happy with it. I am going to use it as a staple in my daily smoothie.
Alice Bingham AKA @aliceinhealthyland is all about sharing and exploring her vision of Healthyland with her followers. Her content is all about fuelling her body with good food, creating and sharing healthy recipes, self love discussions, moving the body, ups and downs of motherhood, what and who she is inspired by daily and connecting with others that share the same passions.