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Bright Mango and Bee Pollen Smoothie

by Jamie0liversgirl (follow)
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There's no easier way than to get kids to enjoy fruit than with colour. Mango is naturally bright yellow, and sometimes a light orange depending on the ripeness of the fruit. It's sweet, naturally full of fibre and what my nephew calls the 'smiley' fruit.



Whip up this delicious smoothie and your little ones will certainly be smiling.

Preparation Time: 2 minutes
Makes: 2 servings

Ingredients
1 mango
2 ripe bananas
100ml coconut water
Tblsp bee pollen
1 orange (optional)
Tsp sunflower seeds (optional)



Method
Slice the mango in half and peel the bananas.



Add the fruit and coconut water to a blender.

Blitz until smooth.

Pour into glasses.

Top with the bee pollen, split between the two glasses for a shot of protein and fibre.



Bee pollen is naturally high in protein - it contains all of the eight essential amino acids. It is a fantastic, vegan, healthy way of adding protein to any dish (and kids love the sweetness and crunch).

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#Vegan
#Breakfast
#Fruit
#Snack
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I've never heard of bee pollen. What is it exactly and where do you get it from?
Bee pollen is the food of the young bee and it is approximately 40% protein. It is considered one of nature's most completely nourishing foods. It contains nearly all nutrients required by humans. About half of its protein is in the form of free amino acids that are ready to be sued directly by the body. And you can get it at walmart or a local grocery store
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