FAQs

Is a Nautical Bowl considered a meal or a dessert?
Our bowls are a full, healthy meal! Sorbet is the term used to describe the consistency of the fruits blended together. You can however, eat a bowl as a substitute to your dessert craving!
Are all ingredients gluten free?
YES
Are all ingredients dairy free?
YES
Do you have nut free options?
YES- the only ingredients with nuts are the chia pudding (almond milk), granola (almonds), slivered almonds, and peanut butter. All other ingredients are nut free
Are all ingredients organic?
YES
What are the ingredients in the acai sorbet?
Acai is blended with coconut and a small amount of organic coconut sugar, which is needed in order to maintain the sorbet consistency.
What are the ingredients in the pitaya sorbet?
Pitaya is blended with pineapple and pineapple juice, and organic cane sugar, in order to maintain the sorbet consistency.
What are the ingredients in the coconut sorbet?
Coconut contains Water, Organic coconut cream, Organic agave nectar, Vegetable fiber, & Organic coconut cream powder.
What are the ingredients in the matcha green tea sorbet?
Matcha is organic matcha green tea, organic coconut nectar, and organic cane sugar
What are the ingredients in the chia pudding?
Chia Pudding is almond milk, chia seeds, and a small trace of honey, vanilla, and almond extract.
What are the calories in each size?
Calories for each bowl really depend on what you decide to top your bowl with! A general estimate (based off of sorbet and an average of the toppings) is as follows:

Dinghy: 350 calories
Cruiser: 450 calories
Yacht: 550 calories

Are your products plant based?
Yes! Honey is the only ingredient that is not plant based.