NEW AND RETURNING FALL FLAVORS COMING SOON!!!
July 29, 2021
As a year-round competitive runner, I find that fueling my body with food that not only tastes good, but is good for you, is essential. Inspired by my mother's 80/20 rule of 80% good, 20% naughty, I began experimenting in the kitchen a few years back and have been creating healthier options to some of my number-one comfort foods.
Smoothie bowls are ranked right up there as one of my all-time favorites. Not only are they full of beautiful colors and tempting textures, they are packed with vitamins and minerals to keep my body strong and fueled before or after a workout or long run.
I encourage you to get creative with your smoothie bowls and experiment with new ingredients. Top them with chia seeds to help hydrate you throughout the day, sprinkle homemade granola containing oats that are high in fiber and aid in digestion, or drizzle with nut butter to bring in a bit of protein. Either way, you can make your bowl your own or try out my pineapple mango smoothie bowl here... ENJOY!
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A refreshing bowl full of summer favorites!!!
1 cup of frozen pineapple
1 cup of frozen mango
½ cup of coconut water
choice of milk (I used oat milk) until desired thickness
½ cup of greek yogurt (I used Chobani’s pineapple)
2 tablespoons of chia seeds
1 tablespoon of pure maple syrup
cubed fresh pineapple
cubed fresh strawberries
cubed fresh mango
granola (I used NaughtyGood's own granola topping for the N.OAT.ORIOUS bite)
Chop even amounts of fresh pineapple, strawberries, and mango into cubes. Place in a bowl and add equal amounts of blueberries. Set aside.
Assemble your blender. Measure frozen fruit and add to the blender.
Add chia seeds, yogurt, maple syrup, coconut water, and desired amount of milk to the blender. Blend the ingredients until smooth. Continue adding more milk to reach desired consistency.
Empty smoothie into bowl and top with cubed fruit, granola, and chia seeds.
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