Healthy meets Arty: Smoothie Bowls by Hazel Zakariya
Feeling bad for eating? That’s inevitable when it comes to the creations of Hazel Zakariya! But not because of the calories involved but because of the way they are created. The industry analyst and food lover only uses high-quality ingredients, such as spirulina, coconut water, berries and pureed fruit, for her smoothie bowls.
Oh hello deer!! 🙋🏻🦌🌲Just dropping by to say Happy Thursday! 🤗 Made this bowl for @odilejp and @therawberry #freshandfruit17 party 🍌🎉 Love both of these talented ladies and their gorgeous creations 💕 Sending all of you lots of love and light ❤️✨ ——- Base smoothie: Banana, butterfly pea flower powder, ginger, almond milk, coconut yoghurt, spirulina, spinach On top: Coconut cream, activated coconut charcoal @just_blends, mesquite powder, cacao & carob syrup, spirulina, turmeric ——- . . . . . #illustration #foodart #healthyfood #creative #cleaneats #plantstrong #darlingmovement #healthyfoodshare #artist #f52grams #eatclean #lulusdailyinspo #healthylifestyle #eeeeeats #smoothie #buzzfeast #foodandwine #bbg #foodstyling #foodblogger #foodphotography #huffposttaste #eattherainbow #smoothiebowl #poweredbyplants #foods4thought #thatsdarling #beautifulcuisines #WHPinthekitchen
City of stars Are you shining just for me? City of stars You never shined so brightly…✨✨ Countdown to the Oscars, woop! How good was #LALALAND 😍🙌🏻🙌🏻 certainly a film takes you to that special place of dreams and romance. So much feels, I just had to make a tribute smoothie. Here's to the ones who dream…💫🌙💛@lalaland ——– Base smoothie: Frozen bananas, almond milk, mixed berries, butterfly pea tea On top: Mango, almond milk, coconut cream, tumeric, mesquite powder, cacao, mixed berries, spirulina, kale, coconut water
But Zakariya does not only fills these into bowls, rather, she creates true works of art from them, with lots of dexterity, a knife and skewers: her smoothies feature all kinds of images, from wide-eyed fawns to a portrait of the artist Frida Kahlo. Even the famous dance scene from the movie La La Land has been immortalized by her using a mix of cocoa powder, almond milk and bananas. Her specialty is the use of superfood powders, which makes her artworks particularly colourful.
So if your children play with their food at dinner, don’t say anything! Who knows, perhaps you’re sitting across from the next Picasso.