Paradise Lime

We weren't being clever with the title, this Pitaya bowl is paradise with a touch of lime:) Could you imagine having that every morning? Well, it's time to stop imagining and make it happen. This recipe was created by someone that is truly inspired to make every day count, and we couldn't resist putting such an amazing recipe on our site. Read about Remi below and enjoy a little bit of paradise.

Toppings:

  • Sliced Grapefruit
  • Sliced Kiwi
  • Sliced Mango
  • Pinch of Coconut flakes
  1. Pre-slice Grapefruit, Kiwi and Mango
  2. Combine all ingredients into a blender
  3. Blend on medium to high for 30 seconds until desired consistency
  4. Pour into a bowl, add toppings and enjoy:)


ABOUT THE CHEF:
 "My name is Remi, pronounced like the song, "do,re,mi, fa, so, la..." and I live in sunny Los Angeles, California. I started my instagram to share my favorite recipes in hopes of inspiring people to live a healthier & wholesome life. My biggest discovery since I started my food diary is how delicious, easy and out right amazing healthy food can be! Not only that, but together with my fitness goals, I'm seeing the best results in focus, energy and toning. I am very passionate about the foods I make and put a lot of love and energy into each one and I hope you can find inspiration in my bowls too. : )"

Follow Remi on Instagram @Rrayyme





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