Feast your eyes on this "smoothie art" from Instagram user Alison Grisé Wu. Grisé Wu combines different color palettes and textures to create these delicious-looking edible art pieces, and the Internet is impressed. So far, she has garnered about fifteen thousand Instagram followers, and those numbers are rapidly climbing

A coconut, goji, mango, kale, blueberry, blackberry rainbow this Saturday morning. 🌈 #WuHaus

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Back on the grind. Lots of spirulina, coconut and kiwi to wash away the weekend. #WuHaus

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Because it's Friday and you guys asked for it, the pink ombré smoothie with coconut nice cream swirl on top. #WuHaus

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According to Delish, Grisé Wu began making the picturesque smoothies when she was given a Vitamix blender from her grandmother as a wedding gift. She claims that the trick to getting a beautiful, layered smoothie is to start with a strong, creamy base. She makes something called "coconut nice cream," where she combines frozen coconut meat with nut milk to achieve an almost ice-cream-like consistency that's ideal for layering. The goal, it would seem, is to make your beverage look like one of those sand-art things they have kids make at camp.

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