Wild Blueberry Smoothie Bowl
Need a change for breakfast?
This Wild Blueberry Smoothie Bowl just might what your looking for. It’s not only healthy but this wild blueberry smoothie bowl is so delicious! Plus smoothie bowls are so easy to make. They are not just for breakfast. They can be consumed at any point in your day, and they just might replace your favorite ice cream. Smoothie bowls are cold and creamy just like ice cream and you can add any topping of your choice.
This week I tried my first one and I am now hooked! My little one loves them too! I guess I think of food as art, so I feel like with these smoothie bowls you can really get creative. It’s fun for kids too. If you love smoothies like me, this will be simple for you to make.
The only thing is have to love bananas. If your a fan then smoothie bowls are for you! I only ask because my husband hates bananas. Well… maybe hate is a little harsh. He doesn’t love them like me.
I’m always buying bananas, and sometimes they ripen too quickly for me to eat. But I have a solution. Make sure to swoop in before someone throws them away. Remove the peel and place them in a ziplock bag and into the freezer they go! Why throw them away. Bananas are so healthy and useful even when they are frozen. They are the best in smoothies and now I’ve discovered another use…Nice Cream. And I’ll fill you in later about this wonderful treat!
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Let’s get started!!
The ingredients for the smoothie:
- 5 frozen bananas
- 1 cup of frozen wild blueberries
- Coconut milk (the kind you find in the milk section)
Ingredients for the toppings:
- Sliced almonds
- Sliced bananas
- Frozen wild blueberries
Feel free to add any extra toppings to your smoothie bowl. The options are endless.
Grab your blender
You’ll want to add the following:
- 5 frozen bananas -slicing in smaller chunks might be helpful
- 1 cup of wild blueberries
- Splash of coconut milk -keep adding it to help blend your smoothie. I had to add it a couple times
Start by blending on low and increase the speed. Make sure you have some liquid in there (like coconut milk) to help blend everything.
When you get to this point you’ll be jumping with joy! It’s finally blended and smooth.
Now you can add it to a bowl and add any toppings you’d like!
These Smoothie Bowls are great for kids too…
My little one had so much fun making this with me. She was right there with me every step of the way. This is her creation, she added diced strawberries and blueberries.
You can really get creative with these Smoothie Bowls.
Now it’s time to dig in…..
No problem, just scoop it in a freezer safe container, then sprinkle on some fruit and place it in the freezer. Later in the day you’ll be enjoying some nice cream. Seriously it’s delicious!!
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as us! If you like it, please share it with a friend. Thank you!!
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