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Vanilla Chai Smoothie
  • SKU: 105005
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12 x smoothies
  • Only $3.33 per smoothie
  • 12 smoothies - 36 individual cubes
  • 111 calories per serve (3 x cubes)
  • All natural ingredients
  • No added sugar
  • Vegan friendly
  • Dairy Free & Gluten Free
  • Pre & Probiotics
  • Made in Australia

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1.08 kg
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How to use

A delicious healthy breakfast or snack in 3 minutes.

  • Simply pop 3 cubes into your blender or bullet, add any kind of milk or water and blend.

  • If you like, add your favourite things like protein powder, yoghurt, peanut butter or green leaves.

  • Blend until smooth. Tip: add more liquid for a larger smoothie or less to keep it thicker.

What’s included in this product?

Servings per package:
12 (3 cubes per serve)
fruit puree (41%) [banana (30%),
date (8%), apple concentrate (3%)]
pea protein isolate (3%) chia seeds (2%)
organic rice milk (2%)
spices (cinnamon, ginger,
cloves, turmeric, cardamon)
vanilla bean extract
prebiotic fibre (inulin)
black tea extract
Ganedan BC®
probiotics (<0.5%)
111 calories per serve (3 x cubes)
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I’m super fussy about chai lattes and I absolutely love this flavour! It’s packed with flavor from the spices and is naturally quite thick = filling. I’ve tried it with oats and oat milk v dairy milk. Think the oat milk adds to the flavour better. If you’re a chai latte lover, you should definitely try this!

Kaitlyn E.
Australia Australia

Love this new flavour

Simon v.
Australia Australia
My Favourite

I’m a regular. I use this product at least 3 times a week. My favourite used to be the banana one but now I’ve tried most of the new flavours this is my favourite. The chai spice comes through regardless of what else you have in the smoothy and that makes for a great tasting breakfast. I normally have a handful of broccoli sprouts, some frozen cherries, three blocks in oat milk.

When to use?

  • Breakfast

    Add your favourite liquid and blend

  • Afternoon

    Fight the afternoon slump

  • On the go

    Take your cubes with you to work or pour your smoothie in a sip cup to enjoy on the go

  • Treat

    A delicious, healthy treat to squash that craving

  • Dessert

    Whip up a guilt free dessert in minutes

How we use Super Cubes
smoothie cubes

When that 3pm energy slump hits I know I need a snack that'll see me through until dinner. I love whipping up a smoothie bowl using Super Cubes, frozen banana, protein powder and some almond milk. I make sure it's super thick so I can eat it with a spoon and it never disappoints.

Sarah - Health Coach

There's nothing better than a post-workout smoothie. My current favourite is 3 cubes of Berry Digest with rice mlk, a scoop of plant based protein and my secret weapon for a filling breakfast - two gluten free Weetbix. I often add a spoon of nut butter if I know I'lll need extra satiety to get me through to early afternoon.

Lauren - Social Media Manager

I'm a Dad of 3 and this is the easiest and fastest way for me to get breakfast in before the kids school run. I blend up my smoothie and take it on the road.

Shane - SEO

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