Mandala templates – the vegan project the healthy bowl from Amalia Bussard
Amalia Bussart was studying at the Baltimore Academy of Fine Arts when she started changing her eating habits five years ago. She completely excluded all kinds of semi-finished and unhealthy foods from her diet and became a vegetarian. Since then she has been rediscovering the vibrancy and energy that these products give her every day.
For them, every fruit and nut are works of art in themselves. So one day she started to artfully arrange her breakfast. Every day the bowl of healthy, vegetarian or vegan food looked different. She has found that this way she has even more fun eating and has decided to share this great experience with other people.
She recently published her project, the healthy bowl, on Instagram. It’s about colorful, delicious mandala templates that she creates with a lot of imagination and love. She uses yoghurt or vegan pudding as a base and exotic and conventional fruits, nuts, desiccated coconut, dry fruits, seeds and even pomegranate seeds as a decoration. Amalia’s mandalas are real works of art that seduce us to eat healthier and more consciously. Especially for those of you who feel the new year is the start of a new, healthier diet, the fruit mandalas are a real motivator. Try it yourself! Decorate your food and enjoy it with all your senses!
Madala templates – artwork made from apples, almonds and grapes
Colorful with blueberries, raspberries and pumpkin seeds
A bowl full of vitamins and love
Colorful breakfast mandala
A delicious creation made from fruit yoghurt, almonds and desiccated coconut
Exotic and symmetrical
Mandala made of persimmon, blueberries and pomegranate seeds
Mediterranean touch with figs and pomegranate
Nuts, dry fruits and grated chocolate
A cute star mandala
Yin and Yang hearty