Smooth and creamy, this Berry Almond Smoothie Bowl is a thick, sweet recipe with clean, healthy ingredients!I promise that all the time I don’t eat cupcakes and cookies. During the week, I’m really trying to eat very healthy and save my desserts for weekend splurges. In fact, I usually eat a smoothie variation every morning for breakfast.
To get my day started, they’re filling and packed with super foods. I decided to switch it up a little with the New Year and eat my smoothies with a bowl instead of slurping it out of the cup.
Now, this may be a little bit of a change as I’m going to have to manage my morning time better. I don’t think eating your bowl breakfast will allow me to chop my shake in the car on the way to work anymore. Time management and bowls of smoothie. Both great resolutions for the New Year.
I love to scoop this up with a spoon as it’s super smooth and creamy to add to the top with so many crunchy possibilities. It’s so light, but up to lunch keeps me full. It’s my little piece of heaven after workout, pre-work. And when I eat it, I feel so good! It’s full of healthy ingredients.
When I moved to Columbus and first went to Alchemy, I was introduced to smoothie bowls. I ordered the almond bowl from Blueberry Acai and fell in L-O-V-E. I highly recommend it if you live in the Columbus area and have not ventured to this juice bar.
The beautiful and talented Hummusapien operates it, and when it comes to smoothies bowls she is a genius. Since another of my resolutions is to save money, I decided to make this bowl I fell in love with a copy cat recipe. And this thing is good for holy moly.
Make sure that in this recipe you use frozen berries and the right amount of almond milk, or it will be more like a slurpable smoothie than one you need a spoon. I will start the meal by measuring the ingredients (aside from almond milk) over the weekend and throwing them together in freezer bags. Thus, I save time in the morning (see what I did there–time management) and I can whip these up on command.
Don’t feel the need to stick to the topping I used. I love chocolate sweetness and muesli crunch, but don’t hesitate to add anything you want, such as extra berries or chopped nuts. You may even add some vanilla protein to this if you feel so inclined to fulfill some serious macros.
For those of us that don’t have enough time in the morning, we need breakfast that we can prepare in a few minutes, instead of wasting time cooking eggs and bacon. Time management can be so important. So, we have something equally delicious ad nutritious.
Smooth and creamy, this Berry Almond Smoothie Bowl is a thick and flavorful recipe full of good and healthy ingredients. The best part about smoothie bowls are the garnish. You can be ready in 6 minutes or less.
I love using fresh or frozen raspberries in this smoothie bowl. Also, strawberries, blueberries or blackberries can be replaced! Here’s my Raspberry Almond Smoothie Bowl’s quick, healthy and delicious recipe:
- 1 1/2 cups frozen berry mixture
- 3 tablespoons almond butter
- 1 banana divided in half
- 1/4 cup unsweetened coconut
- 1/3 cup vanilla almond milk
- 1/8 cup chia seeds optional
- 1/8 cup muesli optional
- 1/8 cup dark chocolate chips optional
- Put the berries, almond butter, half of the banana, coconut flakes and almond milk to the blender. Mix until smooth. Mixture will be thick. Spoon into big bowl and garnish with slices of other half of banana, dark chocolate chips, muesli, additional coconut and chia seeds.
- Eat immediately!Enjoy !
In this smoothie you can use frozen berries and the correct amount of almond milk in this recipe or it will be more like a slurpable smoothie than one you need a spoon for.
I hope you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy this delicious fresh smoothie bowl. These are perfect, especially in the spring and summer when you want to start your day with a cool, creamy and delicious breakfast. Enjoy! Enjoy!