This breakfast smoothie bowl is almost like eating dessert for breakfast, but without the unhealthy sugars and other junk. I mean having a smoothie for breakfast is one thing, but when you place it in a bowl and top it off with some of the most beautiful healthy toppings you have yourself a delicious masterpiece.
I’ve always loved smoothies, I mean I frequented a Jamba Juice a plenty in my days. My go-to was always the strawberry and banana smoothies. There were super delicious. The bad thing about those places? Your eating more sugar than you can imagine. When I found out they were tossing ice cream and juice in those bad boys, I started working on coming up with a healthier alternative at home.
What’s best about this breakfast smoothie bowl, it’s loaded with healthy veggies that you wouldn’t think twice about tossing in a smoothie. One of the main ingredients in this breakfast smoothie bowl? frozen cauliflower rice. Yes you heard that right, who would have thought that frozen cauliflower rice would make this breakfast smoothie bowl a creamy dream. It adds no additional taste, but what it does do is adds a nice texture with an additional boost of healthy veggies.
When it comes to protein powder, I’m all about the plant-based formulas. I like the protein powders that have ingredients I can pronounce and are easily digestible. I like Plant Fusion as a go to for my breakfast smoothie bowl. This stuff is also great for post-workout snacks as well.
Breakfast Smoothie Bowl
A delicious take on a breakfast favorite, featuring clean ingredients you can eat after a workout, first thing in the morning, or anytime.
- 1 scoop protein powder of choice
- 1 cup spinach
- 1 cup frozen cauliflower rice
- 1 avocado
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 1 tsp chia seeds
- 1 tsp nut butter of choice
- 1 cup cashew milk
Combine all of the ingredients in a high powered blender and pour half of the milk in and set on the blender. Continue to add in milk until the breakfast smoothie bowl reaches the desired thickness. Add any toppings including shredded coconut, fruit and granola.