Tropical Smoothie Bowl

Tropical Smoothie Bowl

It is a new year and I really am trying to eat better.  One thing that I am not very good at is eating breakfast in the morning and when I do, it is usually a chocolate muffin from Costco or something sugary like that.  I do love smoothies and make them all of the time for my girls and figured we would make smoothie bowls.  My kiddos love them because they can put whatever toppings they want in them.

I had a frozen tropical fruit mix at my house so we decided to use that.  It had pineapple, mango, strawberries in it.  I added a banana to make it creamier and a little bit of Silk coconut milk.  You could also use almond or just regular milk as well.  If you want it to be a little sweeter, add orange juice or pineapple juice. If you have a vanilla protein powder, throw in a scoop of that if you want to.  The trick to smoothie bowls though is to not make your smoothie too runny, you want to be able to eat it with a spoon.

Mix together in a blender and top with your favorite toppings.  We had blueberries, almonds, banana and dark chocolate chips on hand so that it what we used. I also drizzled it with a little bit of agave syrup.  The possibilities are endless with toppings.

It was a lot of fun making and eating this.  It is great for a healthy breakfast or snack and I know we will be making many more this year.

What toppings do you like in your smoothie bowl?

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Mixed Fruit Smoothie Bowl
Instructions
  1. Pour all smoothie ingredients together in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into bowl.
  2. Top with favorite toppings.
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