Smoothie Balls

Smoothie Balls

„Your 30 second smoothie.“

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5 x 25 g
£7.99
Incl. VAT (£63.92/1 kg)
- 10% Discount
Ultra tasty vitamin kick
Ultra tasty vitamin kick
Garden-fresh taste
100% organic
100% organic quality, without GMO*
From sustainable agriculture
No shopping or chopping
No shopping or chopping
Just blend and you're done!
No added sugar
No added sugar**
Only the natural sweetness of fruit

Chopping fruit and vegetables?
We'll do it for you.

Smoothie Balls production: Gentle drying

1. Our fruit and vegetables are gently dried.

Smoothie Balls production: Ground ingredients

2. And then ground.

Smoothie Balls production: Blending with dates and cashews

3. Blended into a mixture with dates and cashews.

Smoothie Balls production: Forming the balls

4. Et voilà: Formed into balls.

Ingredients

Dried dates*, cashew kernels*, spinach powder*, ground tiger nuts*, linseeds*, spirulina powder*, wheat grass* (3.0%), matcha*

*Certified Organic, EEC control system

info

Fruit balls with plant powder for making smoothies. Contains 5 portions (5 x 25 g).

Nutritional information per 100 g per 25 g
Energy 1425 kJ / 340 kcal 356 kJ / 85 kcal
Fat 11 g 2.8 g
of which saturated fatty acids 2.0 g 0.5 g
Carbohydrates 45 g 11 g
of which sugar 39 g 9.8 g
Fibre 9.9 g 2.5 g
Protein 9.8 g 2.5 g
Salt 0.08 g 0.02 g
Note
May contain traces of gluten, other nuts, sesame seeds and ground nuts as well as husks and pips.
Dosage & Preparation

Place 1 ball (25 g) and 250 ml of a liquid of your choice (e.g. coconut water, almond milk) in a blender, add fruit and vegetables according to taste and mix for around 60 s

Recommended times
  • morning, afternoon, evening
  • as a snack between meals

That is how we like it best.

Green Balance Smoothie recipe

Green Balance Smoothie

Ingredients (for 1 smoothie)
1 Smoothie Ball Green, 1/2 small ripe banana, 1/2 apple,  2 cubes frozen spinach, 2 thin slices ginger, 300 ml milk or milk alternative

Nutritional information (per smoothie)

371 kcal, 14 g protein, 10 g carbohydrate, 3 g fat

Here's how to make it
  • Break the banana into small pieces.
  • Put all ingredients into the blender.
  • Blend quickly on the highest setting.
Tip
If you have a lower-powered blender, first mix on the highest setting. Let it sit for around 30 seconds and then blend again for 30 seconds on the highest setting. That's how your smoothie gets deliciously creamy.

Purple power smoothie recipe

Purple Power Smoothie

Ingredients (for 1 smoothie)
1 Smoothie Ball Purple, 1 small ripe banana, 100 g frozen raspberries or forest berries, 300 ml milk or milk alternative.

Nutritional information (per Smoothie with almond milk)

329 kcal, 7 g protein, 41 g carbohydrate, 12 g fat

Here's how to make it
  • Break the banana into small pieces.
  • Put all ingredients into the blender.
  • Blend quickly on the highest setting.
Tip
If you have a lower-powered blender, first mix on the highest setting. Let it sit for around 30 seconds and then blend again for 30 seconds on the highest setting. That's how your smoothie gets deliciously creamy.

Green Balance Smoothie recipe

Yellow Energy Smoothie

Ingredients (for 1 smoothie)
1 Smoothie Ball Yellow, 1 small ripe banana, 1 T peanut butter, 1 pinch cinnamon, 300 ml almond milk or milk

Nutritional information (per Smoothie with almond milk)

337 kcal, 8 g protein, 36 g carbohydrate, 17 g fat

Here's how to make it
  • Break the banana into small pieces.
  • Put all ingredients into the blender.
  • Blend quickly on the highest setting.
Tip
If you have a lower-powered blender, first mix on the highest setting. Let it sit for around 30 seconds and then blend again for 30 seconds on the highest setting. That's how your smoothie gets deliciously creamy.

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General information about Smoothie Balls

Green, purple and yellow. foodspring Smoothie Balls revolutionise your smoothie. And all in under 30 seconds. They will quickly become your favourite smoothie. How? It’s simple. Throw the balls into your blender. Add milk. Your smoothie is done. A freshness kick that's always good. Without all the shopping, washing and chopping vegetables, cleaning the kitchen and everything else involved. Have them for breakfast, after a workout or as a quick snack between meals. Each foodspring Smoothie Ball is packed full of quality organic ingredients. So what don't they have? Sugar, flavourings, chemical additives.
For our Smoothie Balls we use high-quality, carefully selected organic ingredients with the quality of raw food. They are gently processed so they still contain all the nutrients your body needs. We know how important it is to maintain the raw food quality of the original ingredients. That is why they retain their heat-sensitive vitamins.

Highlights of Smoothie Balls 

  • Fresh smoothies in under 30 seconds
  • No chopping up fruit and vegetables
  • Tastes garden-fresh
  • Premium quality ingredients
  • Organic & raw food quality

Quick to prepare smoothies

Smoothies are the ideal nutrient kick between meals. The problem: They take a lot of effort to prepare. You have to buy fruit and vegetables, wash them, dice them and then clean up the mess afterwards. This can quickly add up to half an hour of work. But not any more - thanks to our Smoothie Balls. If you are mixing the ball with milk, a plant-based milk alternative or juice, it will take you just 30 seconds. Rinsing the blender makes it maybe a minute. Best of all: Although our Smoothie Balls make your smoothie quicker to prepare than ever before, they taste super fresh and also contain plenty of vitamins and nutrients.
That is because we use gentle processing for the organic ingredients in our Smoothie Balls to preserve their raw food quality. How are these balls made? Imagine this: The vegetables, spices and fruit that go into our balls are dried and ground to fine powders. Then they are mixed with dried dates and cashews, formed into small balls and gently dried and packed. Done.

Smoothie Balls Recipes

Of course you can do more with our Smoothie Balls than simply mixing them with milk. They are suitable for a variety of smoothie recipes. The only limit is your imagination. For example: with banana. It gives your smoothie an additional sweetness and makes it deliciously creamy. Use green vegetables for green smoothies. For example: frozen spinach. Then you don't need to buy it fresh or cut it up. Apples or ginger are also great in green smoothies.
For a purple smoothie, pretty much anything in the same colour range will suit. Add some strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and even a small piece of beetroot, and combine this with a banana to create an even fruitier smoothie. Yellow Smoothie Balls contain tiger nuts and turmeric which give them a very nutty and spicy flavour. They will taste great when combines with peanut butter, banana and almond milk.

What you need know about Smoothie Balls

The fewer unnecessary additives a smoothie contains, the better it is. One common problem with store-bought smoothies is that they are made primarily of concentrates. Which means that they contain a lot of concentrated fruit sugar. A better alternative is to use whole ingredients - for example in powder form. More of the nutrients and valuable dietary fibre are kept intact.
Flavourings, sugar and artificial additives also have no business in smoothies. Organic and raw food quality means gentle processing and maximum benefits for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the advantages of smoothies in a spherical shape?

There are so many! They taste garden fresh. They are full of good ingredients. There's no washing or chopping before you blend. They won't go bad in a few days. In short: You have all the advantage of a fresh smoothie. But without the work.

Can you mix Smoothie Balls in any kind of blender?

Yes, with any regular blender or personal blender. Depending on how powerful your blender is, your Smoothie Balls will be ready in a flash, or might take a few more seconds. But in any case it will be super fast.

Can you mix Smoothie Balls with just water?

Yes, you can in theory. But if you mix a banana with just water it tastes less delicious than it could. Your smoothie will be creamier with milk or a milk alternative. When you want fewer calories, simply mix our Smoothie Balls with coconut water. It is easy and tasty.

Don't smoothies contain too much sugar?

They often do. But this is mostly true for pre-made, store-bought smoothies, which are made primarily from fruit and often contain high levels of sugar and juice concentrates.. Depending on the variety, our Smoothie Balls are made from a combination of ground fruit and vegetables, as well as cashew kernels, dates, seeds and spices. This means they only contain natural sugars from their ingredients, and have no added sugar.**

Do Smoothie Balls still contain vitamins?

Yes. The ingredients for our Smoothie Balls are gently processed and not heated above 42 degrees. This means that most of the valuable nutrients in the ingredients are preserved. So our Smoothie Balls are still a source of vitamins.