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Word Bowls — When Your Food Really Speaks To You!

Uplifting bowls, or sassy toast. Whatever your heart desires most.
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Christopher’s mom had these letter cutters that were still in their packaging and… we permanently borrowed them. I had the idea of writing funny or inspirational things with them on food and making these word bowls

Our history with Word Bowls

The first one we ever made was kinda lame but, you know, we all need to start somewhere. It said “Hello 2017” on it. From there, we started sharing word bowls with messages that were important to us. Animals Aren’t Ours. Friends Not Food. Be Kind. Be Cool, Not Cruel…you get the idea. Turns out that our smoothie bowls are a great way to start conversations!

eh vegan word bowls alphabet letter cutter sets

eh vegan word bowls alphabet letter cutter sets

For when you just need to vent

And then there’s sassy toast. Life’s not always flowers and sunshine. Sometimes you just need to let things out. Right? For me… this typically comes in the form of avocado toast with something ridiculous written on it. If you’ve got any suggestions, send ’em my way! I love a good laugh.

eh vegan word bowls alphabet letter cutter sets

Smoothie bowl 101

When it comes to building smoothie word bowls, it’s pretty simple. For the base, we normally just use a few frozen bananas and a handful of other frozen fruits depending on the colour or flavour we’re feeling. We use a Vitamix, and keep the mixture pretty thick. It it’s too liquidy, your letters will sink!

In terms of the letters, I usually prefer to make them a little bit on the thicker side. I find they pop more like that, but it’s just a personal preference. You do you! We’ve done banana letters, watermelon letters, cantaloupe letters, and most often, dragon fruit letters. There’s for sure other fruit that would work great!

eh vegan word bowls alphabet letter cutter sets

Word Bowls are fun!

If you’re like me and you need a little dimension in your food, put granola at the bottom of your bowl before adding in the smoothie. You won’t regret it! It ends up tasting like dessert, but for breakfast.

If you have any ideas for word bowls, don’t be shy to send them our way!

PS: if you want to try your hand at making your own word bowls, we have some letter cutters available in our shop! All you need to do is click here.

Much love,
Vic <3

Victoria Rand is a food, travel, and lifestyle content creator. Along with her husband Christopher, she is the co-creator of the popular Instagram account and blog, Eh Vegan. Established in 2016, Eh Vegan inspires people to live and travel cruelty-free through engaging video content, stunning photography, and mouth-watering recipes.

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