It's time to say goodbye to acai and hello to the newly popular superfood... blue algae.
This super nutritious ingredient is derived from spirulina and it's being used in more and more cafes around Australia.
The funky Concrete Jungle café is serving up a ‘magic’ meal of goodness.
Introducing the blue majik smoothie bowl which is made with blue algae, blueberries, blackberries and coconut flakes.
"La-la-la-la-la-la sing a happy song" as you sip on your tasty and nutritious Smurf latte from Matcha Mylkbar.
The Melbourne-based eatery makes their turquoise stained drink with live E3 algae, ginger, lemon, coconut mylk and brown rice malt.
They also do a blue smoothie bowl that comes with e3live blue algae, salted date caramel, macadamia, vanilla, banana, almond mylk, seasonal fruit and granola (drooling.)
Get your azure fix at Bondi Wholefoods. Here, they make a tempting blue magic latte, which is made with blue algae, cold pressed coconut milk and served with maple syrup (so delicious.)
This article originally appeared on 7Travel.