SMOOTHIE BOWL WITH BLUEBERRY AND ACAI

SMOOTHIE BOWL WITH BLUEBERRY AND ACAI

SMOOTHIE BOWL WITH BLUEBERRY AND ACAI

For a special breakfast, try this purple açai smoothie with frozen blueberries and a little flowery lavender flavor. You may gain incredible nutritional advantages by adding spinach without sacrificing flavor.

Blueberry Smoothie of All Time
This creamy blueberry smoothie is the most gorgeous shade of purple and is bursting with delicious tastes. You can make my finest blueberry smoothie as you like it, and it’s packed with antioxidants.

Ingredients

1 banana, fresh or frozen, 10.5 oz of blueberries,

either fresh or frozen,

5.2 oz of natural yogurt,

either greek yogurt, or milk of choice, either dairy- or dairy-free,

1 cup of almond milk, and optionally

1/2 teaspoon of vanilla essence.

Instructions
Prepare your food. If you want more blueberries in your smoothies, increase the amounts according to your preferences.

Blender with the components. beginning with the milk Banana should be chopped before being added to the blender. Add the yogurt, nut butter, and vanilla after that (if using).
Add some blueberries. When the consistency is right, mix.
If you want it thick, use a spoon to serve in a tall glass; otherwise, use a straw (if you like it thinner). A spoonful of nut butter, coconut chips, almonds, or fresh blueberries are optional toppings.

How to prepare in advance and store?
Making in advance and storing: Pour the smoothie into individual containers or freezer bags after blending it as directed if you’re making it ahead of time. Make certain the seal is tight. Then freezing is the best option.
Make ahead and freeze your smoothies to enjoy whenever you want. Smoothies may be stored in the freezer for up to three months. Put them straight in the blender with a splash of liquid or just thaw them in the refrigerator the night before. Remember that when the ice melts, your smoothie may get diluted.
Notes

Fresh blueberries, white coconut chips, almonds, and nut butter drizzle are optional garnishes.
Variations and optional add-ons:
Use a frozen banana in instead of a fresh one if you wish to prepare the smoothie without the yogurt. Without diluting it, you’ll still achieve the creamy texture.
Add a dash of cardamom, cinnamon, or even basil for flavor.
Lemon juice may be added to the smoothie to brighten it and elevate its flavor.

Oatmeal: Oats are not only incredibly healthful, but they also help you feel filled longer. Before adding the remaining ingredients, add 2-3 tablespoons of oat flour or pulse your rolled oats into a powder.
Kale, spinach, and even frozen peas go well with blueberries and are a terrific way to sneak nutritious greens into a luscious smoothie.

Nutrition: 395kcal; 45g carbohydrate; 11g protein; 22g fat; 3g saturated fat; 5 polyunsaturated fats; 12 monounsaturated fats; 10 mg cholesterol; 201 mg sodium; 675 mg potassium; 9g fiber; 27g sugar; 191 IU vitamin A; 20mg vitamin C; 360mg calcium; 2mg iron;