BOWLE OF STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIES

BOWLE OF STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIES

BOWLE OF STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIES

The ideal quick breakfast food that tastes indulgent yet is healthful is this strawberry smoothie bowl! I frequently choose a quick smoothie since I adore eating breakfast quickly while on the road. Even though I adore a good smoothie, a smoothie bowl feels indulgent while still being nutritious and incredibly adaptable.

Consider having ice cream for breakfast that is genuinely healthy. Because skyr is used as part of the smoothie foundation, this recipe is especially thick and creamy. Because it’s simple to substitute your preferred fruits and toppings, I adore this strawberry smoothie bowl dish. A new go-to will be this!

Strawberry Smoothie Bowl I Always Make
Strawberry sweetness and healthy nutrients abound in these smoothie bowls. They’re my favorite tasty and entertaining way to include protein, dairy, and fruit to my diet.

Despite what the name would imply, this isn’t just a smoothie that has been poured into a bowl. The skyr (or yogurt), frozen fruit, and milk used to make this strawberry smoothie bowl give it an ice cream-like consistency.

What is a smoothie bowl’s finest feature? The garnishes! It’s incredibly simple to add your favorite toppings on the top, and I’m a true toppings junkie.

Strawberry Smoothie Bowl Recipe
This dish only calls for 4 ingredients and is really simple to prepare. To get the thick texture, a powerful blender is required.

Tools required: Sharp knife and a high-powered blender. Ingredients required:
Skyr. Because skyr is so thick and creamy, I adore using it. You may use your chosen flavor in place of the strawberry-lingonberry one I used here. You may also substitute your preferred brand of thick Greek yogurticed fruit. In this recipe, I use frozen strawberries, but you may substitute your preferred fruit instead, such as banana, mango, peaches, etc.
Honey. To counteract the sour strawberries, honey brings in a touch of sweetness.
Milk. Here, I’m using oat milk, but you may substitute your fave!

TOPPINGS FOR STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIE BOWLS
The toppings are what make a smoothie bowl! Here are a few of my preferred choices.

peanut butters. Nutella, cashew butter, peanut butter, almond butter—etc.
Nuts. Brazil nuts, cashews, walnuts, and toasted almonds.
Fruit. fresh fruit slices, such as strawberries, blueberries, bananas, pineapple, dragon fruits, etc.
Seeds. Hemp seeds, pumpkin seeds, and chia seeds.
Chocolate. This seems like a sumptuous treat because of the chocolate chips or cacao nibs.
Coconut. One of my favorite toppings is some coconut flakes.
Granola. For some crunch, make your own or use your preferred store-bought.

BOWLE OF STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIES
I adore breakfasts that give me the impression that I’m indulging. The ideal dish to change up your morning routine is this strawberry smoothie bowl with 4 ingredients. The greatest part is the toppings!

INGREDIENTS
SWEETIE WITH STRAWBERRY
1 1/4 cup frozen strawberries and 2/3 cup strawberry skyr (or yogurt)
Honey, 1 1/2 tablespoons
almond milk, 1/3 cup (or other milk of choice)
TOPPINGS

3-4 strawberries, cut 1 banana, sliced
a serving of hemp seeds
2 tablespoons of coconut meat
INSTRUCTIONS
In a powerful blender, combine all the smoothie’s components. Before combining, allow the mixture to settle for five minutes. Blend everything thoroughly. It will be a pretty thick mixture.
Add preferred toppings after pouring onto a bowl. Enjoy right now.