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Chad's daily smoothie is this:
400ml Water
50g Super Me (4 heaped tablespoons)
1 x Frozen peeled banana
3/4 Cup Frozen 3-berry mix
1 x Tablespoon Pics peanut butter 

Blend in a Nutribullet or Ninja.  Keeps me going for 4 hours!

Makes two tall glasses.  If a busy day I drink it all, otherwise I'll have half at breakfast (9am, after fasting) and the other half late morning.

MORE Recipe ideas at the bottom of the page :)
We all have our preferences when it comes to our taste buds. Super Me's incredibly nutrient-rich ingredients makes it taste very "earthy and natural", with some berry and spice notes.  We have some ideas at the bottom of the page.

Each 50gm sachet is approximately 4 heaped tablespoons.  Get a free stainless steel scoop with your first order.

    Super Me at it's BEST!
    If you want to enjoy Super Me to it's max, try playing around with various additions such as coconut water, almond milk, banana, berries, protein powder, peanut or almond butter, yoghurt, fresh fruit or vegetables, ice, and even pre soaking it overnight if you prefer it smoother.  I also prefer it chilled so use frozen or cold items where possible.


    1. Add your liquid first (this stops it getting stuck on the bottom)
    2. Pour in Super Me
    3. Add your favourite ingredients to your taste
    4. Blend or shake and drink (wait a few minutes for it to soften and thicken up)

    A Quickie!?
    If you're short on time or travelling overseas with access to only water and a cup/shaker, then you can still get a super nutritious meal quickly.

    • water (250ml)
    • 50g Super Me
    • shaker/cup

    In this case, I let it sit for 15 minutes while in the shower or leave it overnight in the fridge.  The dried ingredients absorb the liquid and thicken.  Drink quickly then clean your teeth afterwards!  ;-)


      • Add liquids to your container first so Super Me doesn't get stuck to the bottom of your shaker.
      • Change the amount of liquid depending on how thick you like it.
      • If you get it on clothes or benches, wipe or rinse immediately as the nutrient dense ingredients have the ability to leave yellow stains!
      • The sweetness of the berries and coconut increase as they absorb the liquid so try leaving it for 3 minutes.
      • Try peeling and freezing your bananas, SO HANDY!
      • Super Me is also amazing as porridge.  Give it a go!
      • We love using Almond butter from (http://vigourandvitality.co.nz/products)
      • Your taste buds develop over time, play around until you find your perfect recipe.

      Nutrition Facts
      Check out our nutrition facts page for information on where to find the m health benefits gained from each of the nutrient-rich ingredients each time you drink it.



      RECIPE #1 - Nutty Nana
      400ml water (can use other types of milk)
      50g Super Me (4 heaped tablespoons)
      1 x frozen banana (buy on special, peel and freeze pieces in container)
      1 x Tblspn peanut butter
      1/4 cup unsweetened yoghurt (just pour it in)

      RECIPE #2 - Berry Bliss
      400ml water (can use any types of milk)
      50g Super Me (4 heaped tablespoons)
      3/4 C x Frozen Berries (Pak n Save 1kg bags are great)
      1/4 C unsweetened yoghurt (just pour it in)

      RECIPE #3 - Gym Junkie
      400ml water
      (can use any types of milk)
      50g Super Me (4 heaped tablespoons)
      1 x frozen banana
      1 scoop of chocolate protein powder

      RECIPE #4 - Mango Magic Hangover Cure
      400ml water (can use any types of milk)
      50g Super Me (4 heaped tablespoons)
      1/2 C x Frozen Mango pieces (buy 1kg bags at Pak n Save)


      • The first two times I tried Superme the taste was strange (I thought it was probably the turmeric) but I got used to it by the third time. Superme is a very important part of my diet now. I usually have it with a banana, frozen blueberries and almond milk. I feel energised and strong after drinking it. Thanks

        Jeanette Williams on
      • I’ve just ordered a small sachet of SuperMe and if I like it in smoothies, will buy the 1.1kg packs. I’ve just read that it can be used for porridge – as this is my son’s preferred breakfast, could you please tell me how to make it.

        Del on
      • I mix about 1 Tbs with my morning protein smoothie with frozen banana, coconut water, frozen pineapple, 1 Tbs of coconut yoghurt, and a small handful of spinach/kale (get them mixed in a bag from Countdown). It’s so delicious, kids love it as well!

        Olivia on
      • After my visit, my meeting and trying the SUPER ME Smoothies at the AKL coffee festival I´d cancelled my dinner date because I wasn´t hungry till evening.
        I took some sachets with me to Germany to upgrate our breakfast and we are so happy with the new breakfast.
        My son (5) also loves the taste with sweet bananas in his muesli.
        I prefer the mixture with 1 teaspoon almond or coconut spread, 1 teaspoon coconut oil, one hand full of berrys, 100g greek yoghurt, fresh orange juice and manuka honey. <3
        Thanks so much Chat, I´m SUPER ME flashed..!

        Jenny Braun on
      • AUCKLAND COFFEE FESTIVAL: Today at ACF we made samples of a few variations without measuring various of the following ingredients. We purchased 1kg bags from Pak n Save of frozen portions of mango, strawberries and blueberries, as well as ice, bananas, coconut water, water, almond milk, DeWinkels unsweetened yoghurt, Pics Peanut butter and coconut soy milk. They were all different and we improved as we progressed. All included one sachet of Super Me… Feel free to email me if you prefer to receive a specific recipe and I can make one up, otherwise just freestyle it til it tastes how you like. GO FOR IT! :-D

        Chad Carter on

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