The Anatomy of a Smoothie Bowl + A Recipe
This post is in collaboration with Bob’s Red Mill and Fit Approach. All opinions and ideas are my own #SummerStrong #BobsRedMill #SweatPink @BobsRedMill @FitApproach
Smoothie bowls are the soups of the summer, at least to me they are! On days that I don't feel like cooking anything for myself a smoothie or smoothie bowl saves me every time. And if you think a smoothie bowl is just a smoothie-in-a-bowl ... oh, no my friend they are so much more!
Smoothie bowls are so full of delicious ingredients there is no way you could drink them through a straw (not without getting VERY frustrated at least). My smoothie bowls require a big ol' spoon!
The Smoothie bowl recipe I am going to share today is great because it is delicious and it is packed with protein, probiotics and fiber from the Bob’s Red Mill Protein Powder Nutritional Booster. This booster helps keep you full longer. I have literally been having this once a week. But first...
The Anatomy of my Smoothie Bowls
Please refer to this awesome graphic I designed to display what I put into my smoothie bowls. Oh and leave a comment if you think my graphic is awesome :)
In addition to the items I mentioned in the graphic above, I also like to top my smoothie bowls with ingredients such as:
- Flax seeds
- Chia seeds
- Chopped nuts
These are the items that require the big ol' spoon I mentioned. These are also the ingredients that help make the smoothie bowl more like a meal. For this recipe I kept it simple but equally as delicious!
There you have it my friends, the anatomy of and a nutrient dense smoothie bowl recipe. Be sure to check out Bob’s Red Mill Protein Powder Nutritional Booster in 4 different yummy flavors, Chocolate, Original, Chai and Vanilla. I have thoroughly enjoyed this product and will continue to use it.
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So, do you love smoothie bowls?
What are your favorite smoothie bowl toppings?
live healthy + happy,