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Here’s where to find one of the best smoothie bowls in Ireland

Call off the search, we’ve found the finest smoothie bowl in all the land, and it just so happens to be located in Stoneybatter.

Ah, the humble smoothie bowl. Rich in fibre, natural sugars and all that good stuff, they allow for better digestion, the absorption of nutrients and boost your immunity all while being utterly delicious and extremely aesthetically pleasing. However, as we know, not all smoothie bowls were created equally.

Looking for the best of the best? KALE+COCO is a plant-based, health food café in Stoneybatter, a concept that began as a smoothie bowl bar six years ago and remains their best seller. Their açaí bowls are a little different to most in that each and every one is made fresh to order using pure, organic açaí pulp with no added sweeteners, flavourings or thickening agents, and never from pre-made sorbets. The smoothie bowls are topped with delicious, gluten-free, house-made granola which is now available to order online for delivery nationwide.

KALE+COCO

KALE+COCO is on a mission to engage the Irish population in a conversation around food, create a conscious eating culture, build a platform where people feel comfortable exploring new foods, and provide fast, on-the-go, healthy food options for the busy people of Ireland. And they’re doing a pretty good job of it.

Entirely vegan and the only gluten-free café/restaurant in Dublin, this location is completely safe for coeliacs. They’re invested in keeping things local too, using organic, gluten-free oats from the Merry Mill farm in Laois and gluten-free oat milk from the Irish company SuperOat.

Putting an emphasis on nutrition and health, without compromising taste, they try to keep all ingredients as clean as possible to make sure that all of their bowls are nutritionally complete.

Owner, Bec, recently completed a diploma in Nutrition & Lifestyle Coaching, which has allowed her to dive deeper into this aspect of KALE+COCO’s mission. Every item on their menu has been thoughtfully put together with nutrition and satiety at the forefront.

KALE+COCO

In addition to the café in Stoneybatter, they also provide healthy and delicious catering for corporate and private events. Reach out at [email protected] to book KALE+COCO in to cater for your next client breakfast meeting, company wellness event or product launch, or visit their website for more information.