Baobab Powder Smoothies

by Sheri

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Have You Ever Tasted A Smoothie From The Fruit Of Africa’s “Tree of Life?”

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Thank you PandaVita for sponsoring this post. A great way to stay energized this summer, as well as throughout the year is with Panda Vita’s Organic Baobab Powder.

Baobab fruit is delicious and is the only fruit in the world that dries on the branch.

The Baobab tree or so-called “the tree of life” is native to Africa, but it’s also found in Australia and India.

It is one of the longest living trees on earth. I had heard about the Baobab fruit when I lived in Ghana but had never tasted it, so I was really curious about it and decided to try it out.

PandaVita kindly sent me a pouch of their delicious organic powder to try and since then I’ve tried it in various ways and I am so glad I did.

'Baobab fruit contains six times as much vitamin C as oranges.'Click To Tweet

Pronounced “bey-oh-bab”, this exotic fruit comes from a tree revered in Africa for its nutritional and medicinal value.

Baobab fruit looks similar to a small coconut with a hard outer shell.

The package arrives in a small zip-lock pouch.

Baobab Powder Paackage

Baobab powder is naturally dry, which makes it easy to extract and package.

In Africa, the baobab fruit has been used medicinally for centuries to treat fevers, malaria and gastrointestinal problems to vitamin C deficiency.

Baobab Powder Nutrients

The Process From Fruit To Powder


What Does Baobab Powder Taste Like?

It has a sweet, tangy, citrus-like taste, which will give your drinks and smoothie a spike in flavour. The taste is nice and not overbearing.

It also doesn’t make your drinks or food taste sour.

The great thing about the powder is that you can add it to practically anything and everything you eat and drink throughout the day.

From water to smoothies, cocktails, refreshing drinks, as well as sauces and puddings. You decide.

A tablespoon or two will do, but you can add more depending on your taste.

The possibilities are endless.

Baobab Powder Muesli Breakfast

I am a sweet tooth so it doesn’t hurt that it helps to curb snack cravings.

Baobab Powder is eaten to boost health and vitality. Just use the powder as a health supplement and food ingredient.

Baobab contains 20x the antioxidants of green tea.Click To Tweet

Different Ways To Use It

  • Add a tablespoon of baobab powder to water.
  • Mix a spoonful of baobab powder into or yoghurt.
  • Baobab powder is a great addition to smoothies.
  • Add to pudding.
  • Add to salad dressing.
  • Or just eat it by the spoonful!

Try the various accompanying recipes that come with your order.

Baobab Powder Recipe Two

Baobab Powder Recipe Three

When Is The Best Time To Take It?

You can always enjoy the massive energy-boosting effect of Baobab Powder at any time of the day.

Choose it as part of a pre-workout smoothie or an early morning snack to get your day off to a good start.  I like to have one before heading to work in the morning.

I should be taking this to work with me for another energy boost in the afternoon.

Baobab Powder Strawberry Smoothie


Baobab Powder Smoothies

I usually don’t make a lot of smoothies, but since using the powder, I find drinking smoothies mixed with the powder keeps my energy up, and cravings for sugar and sweets down.

I’m confident that most of you will love it.

Why Is This Powder Great For Your Body?

Baobab Powder is a rich source of Vitamin C, which contributes to:
– energy release
– immune function
– collagen formation
– healthy, glowing skin
– reduction of tiredness and fatigue
– absorption of iron

Baobab Powder Boabab Fruit Pulp

It is also almost 50% fibre and contains more antioxidants than any other whole fruit.

Two to three teaspoons of Baobab Powder will provide you with 33% of your daily Vitamin C requirement.

If you are looking to increase the number of calcium-rich foods you eat, then Baobab Powder is definitely something worth considering.

Another great thing about Baobab Powder is that it contains 50% fibre.

Our bodies need both soluble and insoluble – the powder contains both.

The Amazing Benefits For Your Skin

Baobab’s skin benefits are more than impressive. The seeds and fibre extracted from the Baobab fruit are also used for the production of a variety of products which you can use for your skin.

Make a face mask out of the powder for healthy, glowing skin.

I was especially impressed that this is a pure fruit powder with nothing added to it.

It’s free from gluten, wheat, dairy and it’s suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Since embracing a minimalist lifestyle and simplifying my life  I have also looked into various ways to be more healthy.

In order to boost your daily productivity, your energy levels need to be up, so you are not lagging throughout the day. Baobab Powder will help you do that in a safe and healthy manner.


Other Ways To Add The Powder To Your Meals

Add to:

  • water
  • yoghurt
  • sauces
  • juices
  • cookie or muffin mix
  • breakfast muesli
  • mix into soup or porridge

If you heat it up, I am assuming it probably loses some value.

Baobab Powder Muesli Bowl

You can find some more great recipes here.

The powder nutritional powerhouse fruit is rich in Vitamin C, potassium, fiber, antioxidants and calcium.

A natural energy boost is great for busy bees like me who have their entire day packed with work and activities.

What more could you ask for from a 100% organic fruit powder that will supplement your recommended daily allowance of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants?

Have you tried Baobab Powder? What do you think of it? Did it help boost your energy levels?

Share your thoughts, feedback and experience with me in the comments section below.


Purposeful Habits xoxo Sheri


This post was kindly sponsored by PandaVita to facilitate my review. All opinions remain my own.


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Best Fitness Online December 19, 2019 - 03:25

Awesome post. This post is very helpful for me. It has Lots of information in Have You Ever Tasted A Smoothie From The Fruit Of Africa’s “Tree of Life. Thanks for sharing.

Ut Minh December 12, 2017 - 15:13

I’ve heard about Baobab on television. It looks delicious and good for health. I would love to taste it. Don’t know if it is in the Asian market? x

Kristina December 10, 2017 - 12:44

I love smoothies, and always look for new ways to prepare mine. I’ve never tried baobab but now I might 🙂

adstanfield25 December 10, 2017 - 01:56

These smoothies look delicious! I didn’t know Baobob had such great health benefits. I’ll be honest and admit that I hadn’t heard Baobob mentioned since reading Aesop Fables back in the day, so thanks for enlightening me!

eliza December 9, 2017 - 23:06

Wow! Sounds like a winning juice drink – I always opt for more healthier product. Though I haven’t heard and taste bey-o-bab yet – are these berries anyway? and if the product should nationwide?

Akamatra December 9, 2017 - 18:08

It’s the first time I hear of this fruit. We don’t have it here but I will see if I can get it online.

Kavita Singh December 8, 2017 - 09:51

These looks great and delicious! I never heard of this before, and all these benefits makes me want to try it. thanks for sharing this!

alisonrost December 8, 2017 - 01:59

This is the first I’ve heard of Baobab Powder. Very cool stuff! I was doing a little more reading online and found out it’s also great for gut health. It’s traditionally used by African people to relieve such things as diarrhea, consipation, and dysentery. I’ll definitley be putting in an oder for this magical powder! x

Rhian Westbury December 7, 2017 - 17:42

I’ve never heard of baobab before, such an interesting sounding ingredient x

sabrinakristine December 7, 2017 - 17:20

These looks great! I never heard of this before in my country, but this is really amazing! thanks for sharing this!

The Inner Circle November 29, 2017 - 05:38

Never heard of this either but it does sound much healthier the ice cream smoothies.

Kazi Nazrul islam October 10, 2017 - 06:11

these are Wow, these smoothies look awsome thanks

fitness masterly October 10, 2017 - 05:49

very good to see i think it will be effective for me .thank you very much

Afroza Khan July 24, 2017 - 19:12

It’s so interesting! Love that Baobab powder helps with Collagen formation and creates healthy, glowing skin. I def want to add this to my morning juices!

Dianne July 23, 2017 - 07:42

Thank you for posting this, I had no idea baobab was so beneficial. Will be trying out the powder soon x

saidy July 17, 2017 - 20:31

I love baobab so much! I’m glad i discovered it months ago! all your pictures look amazing, great job. (:

chtalha July 17, 2017 - 14:02

I wish some one can send me this fruit and this powder to my country , so that i can enjoy it…

beccajtalbot July 17, 2017 - 04:04

I actually have a bag of the dried boabab “bits” at home – I brought them back from my trip to Gambia, as I had a lot of the juice while I was there. I never knew all the health benefits though, so this makes an interesting read! x

Kristine Nicole Alessandra July 17, 2017 - 02:16

The first time I came to know about the Baobab tree was years (and years) ago when I was reading the book, “The Little Prince.” You got me all curious about this baobab powder. I will look around for it.

hal July 16, 2017 - 13:48

i like this post..i was educated – never heard of that fruit before i would definitely use it for the start of the day in my smoothie

helerinablogs July 16, 2017 - 12:30

I’ve not heard of Baobab powder before. It sounds nice though, id definitely like to try adding it to my smoothies.

Farhaj Hussain July 16, 2017 - 00:01

I never knew about this fruit powder… Amazing… I will order for myself…

Khushboo July 15, 2017 - 00:40

I have never heard about Baobab Powder but after reading your post can’t wait to try it out! The possibilities of using it different recipes is definitely endless 🙂

Nelu July 14, 2017 - 17:17

OMG I remember that from Tanzania. It’s great, you’re right. By the way, which part of Africa are you from?

Tasheena July 14, 2017 - 10:31

I’ve never tried this Baobab powder before. It looks like it really has some amazing benefits.

Keoshia July 14, 2017 - 06:54

Thanks for sharing, I really bad at making smoothies. I will look intp this powder.

Blair Villanueva July 14, 2017 - 04:49

I am curious now abour baobab. I haven’t encountered it but it looks tasty like other fruits! I wonder if baobab also grows in my country.

arra odeza (@acodeza) July 14, 2017 - 02:39

It’s good to know that it’s organic though I think I may not be able to buy it myself because that won’t be available here in my country (PH). Organic foods are free from chemicals that’s why it’s better for our health.

maplebee92 July 14, 2017 - 01:20

This is the first I’ve heard of Baobab, but it sounds fantastic. All those extra health benefits definitely means I’ll be looking into this.

Hannah P. July 13, 2017 - 22:36

I’ve never tried or ever heard of this but now I want to give it a try!

Amber July 13, 2017 - 20:12

Ooo now these all look delicious. I’m all about smoothies. Especially ones that help my skin!

Safi@thebeautyinsideout July 13, 2017 - 13:34

Hearing them having so many benefits makes me want to try it.

Jhilmil July 13, 2017 - 08:36

Wow, these smoothies look so delicious & lovely.. Wanna grab them right away. Shall try some this weekend!

Isabelle July 13, 2017 - 01:42

These look so good!! Never heard of baobab before but I’m a convert now 😛

Chandresh July 13, 2017 - 01:34

I will surely search for this new ingredient ” Baobab” in local indian market ..

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