From the bottom of our hearts, wishing all lovers and dreamers a day full of happiness and unconditional love!
Rather than a day full of consumerism, marketing and excess packaging, have you thought to make today, Valentines Day, a day of simple pleasures?
Making a special meal, gifting an experience, making time to do something together, lighting candles and listening to music, a picnic in the park. So many wonderfully intimate, thoughtful things to do and share today, a day celebrated as a day to declare your love for someone, the special someone in your life.
We thought to share with you one of our fabulously delicious and favourite smoothie bowls made by vegan angel Alex Beckett, photographer, nature queen and foodie fan of Mayella Organics.
This is a recipe to impress, fan the fires of love and nourish your beautiful body to heights of happiness!
To make your Choc Mint Nice Cream you will need:
Top with pure dark chocolate sauce or melt your own dark choc on a low heat and pour over the smoothie bowls in a swirling pattern.
Sprinkle over a few tablespoons of your favourite crunch granola, some chopped strawberries and, for a berry delicious buzz, a sprinkle of Mayella Acai Berry Beautiful.
Serve with a kiss xoxo
May the love in your hearts be fanned with every spoonful of this delicious smoothie bowl recipe, gazing lovingly into each other's eyes xxxxx
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