If this is your Summer of fresh starts and a healthier approach to food, well Blackmores and Bondi Harvest have you covered.  Blackmores have recently launched their new Superfoods + Nature Boost range offering six nutritional powders suitable for a host of recipes including: single origin cacao, chia, matcha green tea, coconut water, super greens and a wild blueberry blend. We’ve been playing around with the wild blueberry blend which gives a beautiful violet colour, making every smoothie look seriously impressive.


At the launch we were lucky enough to see the Bondi Harvest boys in action developing recipes using the products. We were most impressed with the zuchinni & chimichurri bowl using the super greens. Usually green powders can be an overpowering taste but it was complemented beautifully with the chimichurri. Another favourite was the Breakfast Superfood Mud Bowl developed by Bondi Harvest especially for Blackmores. It’s deliciously rich and decadent but chock-full of healthy ingredients! And lucky for us and you, they gave us the recipe! Check it out below.

Guy Turland


Congratulations to Kate for her winning suggestion of a chocolate cherry cheesecake!


The winner will be announced on this page on Wednesday 16th at 8pm.

Breakfast Superfood Mud Bowl

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There’s something for everyone in this recipe, you can either dress it up or keep it simple.


● 125ml (1/2 cup) almond milk

● 80g (1/2 cup) Blackmores Raw Chia

●  2 frozen bananas

● 2tbs maple syrup or raw honey

●1/2 tps ground cinnamon

●1/2 avocado

● 2 tbs Blackmores Single Origin Cacao

200ml coconut water

1/2 cup ice

Optional toppings:

100g activated almonds

1/2 tbs bee pollen

1 tsp toasted coconut

1 tbs goji berries


1. Put the almond milk in a jug and add the chia seeds. Stir until the mixture begins to thicken and set aside for 10 minutes.

2. Put the bananas, avocado, Blackmores Single Origin Cacao, maple syrup, cinnamon, coconut water and ice in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth.

3. Add the almond milk and Blackmores Raw Chia and pulse a few times until just combined. Add a little more ice or frozen banana if you’re after a thicker consistency.

4. To serve, spoon into a cold bowl and sprinkle over with toppings of your choice.

About The Author

I am a health and lifestyle writer as well as studying Naturopathy. I wish to integrate health and wellness into my articles and discover the latest and greatest foodie spots in Sydney with a clean edge.

8 Responses

  1. Kate Dimitrevic

    Using the single origin cacao I’d make a raw dark chocolate cherry cheesecake with hazelnut and date base for Christmas feasting!

    • Clare Gemmell

      Congratulations! You have won! And please can we have a taste of the cheesecake? 😉 I’ll email you with details of your prize.

  2. Isabela

    id get inventive and create smoothies and smoothie bowls and add the blends to my protein shakes to get the extra nutrients Yum!

  3. Dave

    not going to lie. Raw dark cacao with honey and some fresh milk, heated up.. the best possible choco milk to drink before bed. yum

  4. Holly

    So many possibilities! Cacao/Chai seeds in Bondi Harvest’s Mocha Energy Balls, cacao in their raw chocolate avocado slice and wild blueberry blend/chai seeds in their Berry and Chai Popsicles!

  5. Qui Fong

    I would mix in a blender coconut water, with supergreens powder and then throw a spoonful of chia seeds. Shake it all up and wait ten minutes so the chia seeds become nice and sticky.

  6. Anh Du

    A superfood breakfast smoothie combining yoghurt with freshly squeezed OJ along with the Blackmore goodies of – a spoonful or cacao, supergreen and blueberry blend.
    Easy like lemon squezee!


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