When I heard about Smoothie Bombs, I was intrigued. Kids can be fickle when it comes to food and mine are no exception. Smoothies however, are always popular in our house so I was interested to see if Smoothie Bombs would prove to be a hit.
Smoothie Bombs are a family business run by mother daughter team, Cinzia and Lana. Suffering the daily struggle of getting her then young daughter to eat breakfast, Cinzia knew smoothies were the answer. To give them that additional nutritional boost, Smoothie Bombs was born.
Certified organic, Smoothie Bombs are all natural and perfect for vegans. Gluten, dairy and palm oil free and contain no refined sugar, they’re packed full of delicious goodness and taste healthy.
Making the smoothie is so easy and my son was super keen to help. Oscar crumbled the bomb into the blender, added the blueberries and poured in the coconut water. Blitz and it was ready to drink.
The Lover with Super Berries was refreshing and sweet.
For me, the smoothie is a little thicker than what I like. If you’re not a fan of pulp in your juice, these smoothies may take a little getting use to. You need to drink it quickly before it starts to separate.
We actually ate a couple of Bombs whilst making the smoothies. They make delicious on the go snacks and taste very much like raw balls.
Oscar was eager to taste the three different flavours of Smoothie Bombs so we made them all at once.
The Transformer with Super Greens was energising and fresh.
The Warrior with Peanut Butter was my favourite. I liked the nuttiness and the subtle hint of peach. Again, a little bit bitty but it didn’t put me off drinking it.
There are five fantastic Smoothie Bombs flavours available. The website offers a multitude of smoothie recipes depending on which Smoothie Bomb takes your fancy.
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Smoothie Bombs are available online or at various stores across Perth.
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