This Blue Smoothie Bowl is as colorful as the ocean with fruit, granola, yogurt and blue spirulina. It includes superfoods and has antioxidant benefits.
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How to Enjoy this Smoothie Bowl
Adding Blue Spirulina into your smoothie bowl adds all the health qualities of a superfood. You only need a small amount of this powder to get the benefits. This is a great option for breakfast or a midday snack. This magical superfood will add a pop of vibrant blue to your food creations. Blend it into your smoothies, breakfast bowls, lattes, and more!
What is included in this healthy breakfast
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- Frozen Peaches
- Fresh and Frozen Bananas
- Blue Spirulina Powder
- Greek Yogurt (Use almond milk if you want dairy-free)
- Orange Juice
- Hemp Seeds (optional)
Blue Smoothie FAQ’s
It is a Blue algae rich in protein, vitamins, minerals, carotenoids, and antioxidants that can help protect cells from damage. It is full of B vitamins which elevates your energy levels, helps the immune system, increases metabolism, and improves digestion! A win in my book.
A smoothie is usually gulped down very quickly. It is smooth and creamy and full of vitamins. The Smoothie Bowl is more of a meal with more fiber. It is for the die-hard cereal eater. It has toppings with lots of texture. It will usually keep you satisfied longer during the day.
Generally, there is granola, fresh fruits, seeds, or coconut flakes.
You can use frozen fruit to make the smoothie thicker. You can also add protein powder or collagen. Use Almond Milk or orange Juice for the liquid. Do not add ice, like you might in a regular smoothie drink.
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Blue Smoothie Bowl
- 1 1/2 cup Frozen peaches
- 1 cup banana slices frozen
- 1 Mango diced
- 1-2 tsp Blue Spirulina Powder Try 1 tsp first and then add another
- 1/2 cup greek yogurt Or substitute almond milk
- 1/3 cup orange juice
- 2 tbs granola
- 6 blackberries
- 1/4 cup chopped mango finely chopped
- Hemp Seeds Optional or Sun Flower Seeds
- In the blender container, place the peach, banana, mango, spirulina, yogurt or almond milk, and orange juice. Blend until you have a smooth texture like ice cream.
- Pour the smoothie into a bowl. Garnish with granola, blackberries and mango.
When making smoothies, the best consistency is achieved when using a high-powered blender. I use a Ninja Smoothie Maker. You can also use a Vitamix. This will blend the frozen fruit the best, and not leave chunks of fruit or ice. I prefer to use a mix of fresh and frozen fruit without ice.