Still you not know the rich and healthy breakfast around the world?
What could be so great about a smoothie you eat from a bowl? But that's the thing: this seemingly minor change-up is exactly what makes it special. Instead of slurping down a smoothie, it asks you to take it slow and spoon up (and chew) each and every bite.
Where the real fun lies is in the toppings: an assortment of sliced fruits or berries are a must, as are a drizzle of honey and a sprinkling of bee pollen; bulk it up with some dried goji berries, granola, coconut, or chia seeds if you like. Really, the options are nearly endless.
Then we teach you everything you need and as prepared. It will see, it is super easy!
NOTE FOR THE BEST RESULTS:
Use a high-powered blender like a Vitamix; as the acai bowl base is thicker than a smoothie, blenders with lower horsepower may have trouble processing it.
Yield: Serves 2
2 cups (10 1/2 ounces) frozen strawberries
2 frozen sliced bananas
4 tablespoons acai powder
1 cup unsweetened almond milk (or milk of choice), plus more as needed
2 tablespoons nut or seed butter (I used almond)
1/2 to 1 tablespoon honey, to taste
Fresh fruit, sliced (I used bananas, strawberries, and raspberries)
Clear, runny honey
Unsweetened coconut flakes (optional)
Dried goji berries (optional)
Chia or hemp seeds (optional)
HOW TO DO IT
- Add the frozen fruits, acai powder, almond milk, nut or seed butter, and honey to a blender. Blend until creamy and smooth, adding extra almond milk as needed to get the blender running. Aim for a frozen-yogurt consistency (it should be thicker than a smoothie).
- Spoon the acai mixture into bowls and top with sliced fruit, bee pollen, a drizzle of honey, and the optional toppings (if using).
....AND NOW ENJOY!!!!!
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