Green Smoothie Bowls for Spring

Green Smoothie Bowls for Spring

Green Smoothie Bowls for Spring

Let’s grab some energy with these Spring Green Smoothie Bowls now that “Spring forward” has occurred and we’re all lamenting the loss of that precious additional hour of sleep!

I had the similar question, but I believe I’ve come up with a few explanations.

First off, smoothie bowls are unquestionably popular right now. I’ve seen them everywhere, but before I started experimenting with this recipe, I had never really cooked one. I had to investigate the hoopla. Certainly justifies the hype.

Can we simply agree that toppings basically improve everything? It’s similar to decorating an ice cream sundae, but better for you.

Finally, I like to consume my calories rather than drink them. I’m not sure about you. Due to the addition of crunchy nuts or seeds, additional fruit, and/or nut butter, smoothie bowls allow you to consume your smoothies rather than just drink them. I really used to need a spoon to consume my drinkable smoothies, therefore I believe smoothie bowls were created just for me! These resemble a meal much more!
I should probably explain how to create a smoothie bowl now that I’ve hopefully persuaded you to give one a try.

Simply mix your ingredients until they are well-combined, and your dish should resemble this! Make your smoothie thicker by adding more frozen fruit or using less milk. Mine was pourable despite being a little thick. Spring Green Smoothie Bowls are a nutritious breakfast, snack, or dessert that are filled with fruits and vegetables. Grab your favorite dish and spoon, add the delicious greens, then top it up whatever you like!

Green Smoothie Bowls for Spring

COMPOSITION GREEN SMOOTHIE
baby spinach leaves, 1 cup
Frozen fruit, half a cup (I used a peach, pineapple, mango combo)
1/2 banana (save the other half for toppings)
1/4 avocado
a serving of protein powder (optional- I use this brand)
Orange juice, 1 tbsp
1.475 cups almond milk (depending on how thick or thin you want it)
TOPPINGS:
Initial Bowl:
Kiwi slices, banana slices, and coconut shavings
mango pieces

Almonds and raspberries in the second bowl.
Chia seed butter and almonds
Slices of banana, third bowl
strawberries
segments of orange with coconut shreds
INSTRUCTIONS
Put all of the ingredients for your smoothie in a blender.
Blend everything together until smooth after a few short pulses to combine.
Pour your smoothie into a bowl, then top with your preferred garnishes.
Devour.

Observations The smoothie basis is flexible. Kale could work, but keep in mind that its flavor is greater than spinach’s. You can change the fruit, but to retain the green tint, choose fruits with mild hues.
Protein powder is entirely arbitrary. If you want a heavier smoothie, use avocado or yogurt; otherwise, I adore the collagen protein since it makes for a creamier smoothie. Leave it out if not. Simply top your bowls anyway you’d like because I didn’t measure out the toppings.