Make Your Own Tropical Smoothie Bowl

If you have been anywhere in the metropolitan U.S. of A, you will notice that smoothie bowls are a thing. Especially in the summer when its hot and you don’t want to eat something hot. As fall is kicking in and its going to get colder and I don’t know about you but I will want less cold foods and more warm, or warming foods. But since it is still only the fall and summer is still holding on I thought I would post this.

Its easy peasy. Choose a frozen fruit you like, or a mix of them. Have frozen bananas on hand. And choose your toppings. For this one I chose nut and dried fruit mix for the healthy fats, a few dark chocolate chips to feel like I am getting a treat, desiccated coconut, and frozen raspberries.

You are going to blend the frozen fruits till you get tiny chunks of fruit. It kinda looks like confetti. It will look a little like this.

After you get the frozen fruit mix into tiny chunks, you add the liquid. Today I used soy milk and water. Blend again till smooth and you get something that looks like soft serve ice cream.

Tropical Smoothie Bowl

Ingredients:

  1. 2 cups of frozen fruit (this was a tropical fruit mix)
  2. 1 frozen banana
  3. 4 tbs of soy milk
  4. water as needed alternately you can use juice instead

    Topping ingredients
  5. 2 x tbs Nut and fruit mix (I used planters NUT-rition)
  6. 1/4 frozen raspberries
  7. 1 tsp of dark chocolate chips
  8. 2 grams of desiccated coconut

Directions:

  1. blend the frozen fruit till it is in small chunks
  2. add liquid and blend till smooth, add water if needed
  3. put the smoothie in a bowl and add toppings and enjoy.

Calories 426, Fat 11.71 g, Carbs 76.11 g, Protein 9.58 g, Fiber 10.93 g, Total Sugars 50.89 g, Sodium 59.36 mg

I hope you get a chance to try this on your own. Thanks for reading. My respect to you.

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