This Smoothie Bowl isn't really a recipe, but I wanted to share it anyway because these are just so yummy. Smoothie bowls are a deliciously healthy way to fuel up for the day, and super easy for a quick breakfast. The sky's the limit when it comes to ingredients. This one is a triple berry because I have all of these berries in my fridge.
Some people use a blender for a smoothie bowl. For me, that just doesn't make sense. If I put it in a blender, then I'm gonna get a straw and just drink it. So my smoothie bowls are just bowls full of delicious, fresh ingredients.
In order to make sure your smoothie bowl is packed with nutrition, use a base, such as yogurt. I'm pretty much non-dairy, except for some cheese and the occasional guilty (but oh so worth it) ice cream treat. So I use cultured nut cream, which I just discovered and I adore! It's creamy and delicious and a good source of calcium, fibre, and protein. This time it was Almond and Cashew, but there are other nut creams, too. Cultured coconut milk is another option that's really tasty and creamy. You can find nut creams in most health food stores in the dairy case.
Once you put your creamy base into your bowl, you can pile it up with any kind of fruit, including avocado. Then you need some nuts and or seeds for added protein and crunch. Chia, hemp, pumpkin, and sunflower seeds, and any kind of nuts. I particularly like cashews and almonds.
Granola is another great addition to any smoothie bowl, and buckwheat, (soaked overnight) or rolled oats are good, too. The possibilities are pretty much endless for smoothie bowls, which is a very inspiring way to have an insanely healthy and delicious breakfast. Enjoy!
Where do I buy cultured nut cream? This is a good vegan recipe!
I bought it at Choices Market, do you have that store? Also Nature's Fare sells it. If you don't have those stores, any natural food store will have it.