Smoothies are the best way to start your day during the summer months! This mango peach smoothie bowl is a delicious, healthy breakfast!. Add your favorite toppings, grab your spoon and dive in!
I never used to be a smoothie girl. These days, smoothie bowls and raw foods play a huge part in my daily life. I’ll eat a simple, salty breakfast most days. But once or twice a week I get the sense that I need to start my day with fruit, nuts, and a kick of power food. For me, the laziest and most delicious way of getting all three of those things at the same time is smoothie bowls.
What is a Smoothie Bowl?
If you are wondering what a smoothie bowl is, a smoothie bowl is as simple as it sounds… a smoothie in a bowl! If smoothie is drinkable then smoothie bowl is spoonable. You have to eat with a spoon. Also it has different textures due to its topping. If you’re sick of enjoying smoothies from a glass, switch it up and eat it out of a bowl instead! Smoothie bowls are typically thicker and topped with a variety of toppings for added texture and flavors.
Mango Peach Smoothie Bowl Ingredients:
- Greek Yogurt
How to make Mango Peach Smoothie Bowl:
- To the bowl of a high powered blender, add all of your ingredients except for your toppings.
- Blend on high until everything comes together, scraping down the sides of the bowl as you need to incorporate everything.
- To serve, pour your smoothie into your serving bowl and top with your favorite toppings!
What to top a smoothie bowl with: fresh fruit, nut butter, nuts, seeds, granola, the list is endless! I like to add some fresh fruit & hemp seeds on most of mine.
Benefits of Greek Yogurt
love Greek yogurt for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, it is an excellent source of protein and I usually buy full fat Greek yogurt (as opposed to low-fat or fat-free) to get all those healthy fats as well.
Pro tip: low-fat and fat-free products typically swap fat for sugar to make sure it still tastes good! I’ll take fat over sugar any day. It’s also loaded with probiotics (aka good bacteria) which is important for a healthy gut and immune system!
Top Tip For Making This Mango Smoothie Bowl
Make sure to use frozen peach and mango it creates a thick and cool texture to the smoothie and makes it extra delicious. If you don’t use frozen it will be a much thinner consistency.
Frozen fruit makes for smoothie bowls with a super-thick and creamy consistency, and works better than fresh fruit. And remember — you can always add more liquid as you blend, so start with less and pour in more as needed.Print
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