Smoothie bowl fans! Soon-to-be fans! (Because let’s face it, you’ll probably be addicted once you try them) 🙂
We have good news!! We have created a step-by-step smoothie bowl instruction manual. It’s intense. Just kidding. It’s about as basic as it comes 😉 Although it may be basic, we attempted to give some more constructive directions rather than doing our usual method of “just dump some fruit in and you’ll be fine” haha!!
If you’re stuck in quarantine or just wanting a change to your smoothies, keep scrolling. We promise it’s worth it.
What You’ll Need:
-half a banana
-plain or vanilla yogurt
-almond milk or pineapple juice
-toppings (walnuts, sliced almonds, coconut shreds, granola, fresh fruit, and honey!)
Fill your blender up with fruit. Probably about 1 1/2 cups. Helpful? Ok good. Add 1/2 a banana. We use ALL sorts of different frozen fruit and always have weird combinations…it hasn’t failed us. Yet.
Add two big spoonfuls of yogurt on top. We usually use vanilla or plain, but a flavored one would probably be just fine!
Add 1/2 a cup of almond milk. Y’all. The liquid is the hardest part. We love our smoothies nice and thick so the blender actually hates us sometimes. We usually have to stop multiple times to add a few splashes, but we actually measured it out for once 🙂 You’re welcome.
Blend that baby up and dump into bowls. *Crucial step for the smoothie bowl. Do not skip.* (we told yall this was an instruction manual).
Cut up some fresh fruits. Gather your toppings. The more the merrier. Our favorites are strawberries and raspberries, but kiwi is on the top of the list too!! Don’t forget some walnuts or sliced almonds (biting into an entire almond is kinda difficult, especially when its half-frozen, so the experience is better with them sliced haha) and some coconut shreds!! We also put granola which adds the perfect amount of crunch! Last but NOT least, drizzle that honey alllll over it! SO. GOOD.
ENJOY, ladies and gentlemen!! Good luck, we know this was complicated 😉
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May 1, 2020