Updated: Jul 13
This type of swirl brings me right back to summers spent tie dying just about every white item of clothing I owned.This was a convenient "fix" to the fact that I stained everything I owned because food and white clothing just didn't happen with me.
I am going to do a little tutorial on this yogurt art very soon (stay tuned!). It is so fun and simple. All you need is something to swirl (creamy nut butter or runny yogurt) and a utensil to do so.
On another note, I finally tried the pink pineapple. If you are expecting it to taste completely different than regular pineapple, you will be disappointed. It is slightly sweeter and a little less acidic. But the color really is pink!
handful of rainbow chard
1/2 cup frozen wild blueberries
1/2 cup frozen steamed beets
1/2 cup frozen papaya pieces
1/4 cup frozen avocado pieces
1/2 kiwi (skin on)
1 Tbsp sea moss gel
2 Tbsp ground sunflower and sesame seeds (use code CC15 for 15% off)
1 tsp blue majik
1 scoop plant protein (use code CACAO20 for 20% off)
1 cup liquid
Turmeric lemon myrtle cluster bucks (use code CFC15 for 15% off first order)
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