This Banana Berry Beet Smoothie Bowl is a protein-packed, nutrient dense smoothie bowl perfect for post-workout with blood-purifying and anti-oxidant rich ingredients!.
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It’s official: I’ve bought a beet farm.
At least, that’s what my kitchen and fridge are telling me. Fuelling my obsession for this powerful root vegetable, I decided to incorporate it into a protein-packed, anti-oxidant rich and filling breakfast smoothie bowl. The day after I finished this, I went out and got even more beets to ensure I always have some around to make more of this ridiculously tasty smoothie bowl. Satisfaction guaranteed.
I’ve seen the smoothie bowl trend around for a while and find it hilarious that I never got into it since I’ve been doing it for ages. Smoothie bowls are slightly thicker versions of your favourite smoothie that are loaded with toppings to make it a really complete breakfast. I wanted this to be the type of smoothie that would properly fuel you post-workout with the right nutrients and protein. I usually make a quick protein shake out of Silk ® Almondmilk and natural pea protein powder, so I thought, why not build on that for a satisfying and complete smoothie?
When it came to the ingredients for this smoothie bowl, the beets were a total no brainer. Roasting beets bring out its natural sweetness and creates a beautiful velvet texture that is perfect for any recipe. The frozen raspberries helped to guarantee that this smoothie bowl was nice and thick along with the bananas. The lime, flax seeds and other ingredients are simply the cherry on top for creating the perfect complimentary flavours while adding additional nutrients.
Using the Silk ® Almondmilk instead of regular milk means that not only can anyone make this dish, but it’s easy on anyone who gets an upset stomach from dairy. If you’re lactose intolerant, gluten free, vegan, or just don’t want regular cow’s milk, Silk ® Almondmilk is a great option. You still get loads of calcium, a smooth and creamy texture and a great flavour that compliments absolutely any smoothie bowl. I’ve been a user of their nut milks for 5+ years and would definitely recommend it.
Here’s some of the benefits of this smoothie bowl:
Health Benefits of Banana Berry Beet Smoothie Bowl
Beets – Purifies the blood, contains folic acid, Vitamin A and C, boosts immunity and increases energy.
Silk ® Almondmilk – high in calcium, completely plant-based, smoothie texture and taste.
Raspberries – rich in antioxidants, high in Vitamin A and has anti-cancer properties.
Lime – improves digestion, fights infections and helps restore energy.
Flax Seeds – anti-inflammatory, high in fibre and increases metabolism.
Protein Powder – a natural and vegan protein powder will add a lot of protein to your smoothie.
Bananas – high in potassium, restores blood glucose level and provides energy.
Now, the taste? Divine. The berries and lime compliment each other perfectly alongside the beets and banana. You get a smoothie bowl that screams springtime and summertime in not only this beautiful colour, but it’s brightness in taste. It’s a great mix of sweet with contrasts of citrus and something you’ll want to make again and again. If this sounds like a dream, it totally tastes like it too!
If you try this Banana Berry Beet Smoothie Bowl, please let me know in the comment section below, or tag me on instagram with the hashtag #jessicainthekitchen!
Banana Berry Beet Smoothie Bowl
This Banana Berry Beet Smoothie Bowl is a protein-packed, nutrient dense smoothie bowl perfect for post-workout with blood-purifying and anti-oxidant rich ingredients!
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