By now, you've probably heard about smoothie bowls. Smoothie bowls are the perfect healthy breakfast or quick-and-easy afternoon snack, and they're packed with nutrients that will keep you energized all day long. They have the taste and texture of a smoothie, but with health-boosting, super-satisfying toppings such as granola, flaxseed, chia seeds, fresh berries, coconut, or even a little bit of dark chocolate to turn them into a heartier meal. And aside from being delicious, whipping up a smoothie bowl is an opportunity to get creative. Whether you pack yours with green veggies like spinach or opt for a sweeter bowl with berries and dark chocolate, the possibilities are truly endless!
This recipe makes about 2 1/2 cups of smoothie, which should be enough for one meal or two snacks. Top it with granola and more fresh fruit for added flavor and crunch.
Organic frozen peaches and raspberries will give you the best flavor and color for this smoothie bowl.
Ingredients: Frozen raspberries, frozen peach slices, plain whole-milk yogurt, medium zucchini, ground flaxseed, raw honey, vanilla extract, pinch of salt, toppings of your choice
Banana and hempseed give this bowl a luscious, creamy texture. And it's packed with good-for-you ingredients like spinach, kiwis, and fresh ginger.
This smoothie bowl recipe from Australian nutritionist Lola Berry delivers everything you need for a healthy breakfast. It's packed with nutritious ingredients like acai, blueberries, banana, chia seeds, and more.
This smoothie bowl has a surprising secret ingredient: cauliflower! Believe it or not, frozen cauliflower is practically tasteless and adds tons of fiber and vitamins C and K to the dish.
Sneak a little chocolate into your breakfast with this super-healthy Chocolate-Cherry smoothie bowl, which is packed with antioxidants. To brighten the flavor, add a pinch of salt, which will bring out the flavor without making the dish taste salty.
Get a couple of servings of vegetables in you before even walking out the door with this green monster smoothie bowl recipe. You can find MCT oil at your local health foods store, or use coconut oil, nut butter, avocado, or another source of healthy fat instead.
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