And although the toppings are entirely optional, they are so much fun!

My version was presented in a coconut shell dish and was adorned with coconut butter shells and tail, star fruit, Quaker Quick 1-Minute Oats for the “beach,” and blueberry waves. Below are further details about them!

There are several reasons why oats are my favorite breakfast ingredient, and their distinctive nutritional profile is always a plus.

Raw oats are a wonderful source of fiber and can assist a healthy digestive tract in every half-cup intake.

Since dietary fiber is a nutrient in low supply, the majority of individuals don’t consume it at the recommended levels.

A diet high in grains, fruits, and vegetables provides fiber that aids in the digestion process.

To promote a healthy digestive system, experts advise consuming at least 25 to 30 grams of fiber daily from a range of cereals, fruits, and vegetables. 4 grams of fiber are included in one serving of oats, or half a cup.

Cake toppers include the colorful stars and shells for decoration.
Oats, both fast and rolled, naturally, create excellent sand. Utilize popped amaranth as well!
Please keep in mind that while preparing your own smoothie bowl that adding more toppings changes the nutritional profile of the smoothie.

Smoothie Bowl with a Mermaid

Quaker Old Fashioned Oats, half a cup
a half-cup of 2 percent milk
1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt with 2%
a huge banana, half
Blue spirulina, 1 teaspoon
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
Every topping is optional.
Blend all the ingredients for the smoothie together.
Refrigerate and soak for the night.
Blend again in the morning, then pour into a bowl.
Top off!