High-Fiber Breakfast Smoothie Bowl
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But let me be honest: I used to skip it some days because of busy and hectic mornings where eating was the last thing on my to-do list. Of course every time I did that, I paid the price later during the day: lack of energy, sugar cravings, irritability, bad mood… I finally realized that starting the day right had to become a priority no matter how busy life can get. So how do you manage to nourish your body with the right nutrients in a short window of time when you also have to take care of a baby and/or toddler? Here’s my trick: make a smoothie bowl. It’s a simple, delicious and nutritious breakfast, rich in essential vitamins and minerals to keep you energized in the morning… and ready in 5 minutes.
If you are not familiar with the concept of smoothie bowls, well, it’s basically a smoothie in a bowl topped with fruits, nuts, seeds or cereals. They’re ready in just a few minutes and make a nutritious, healthy, colorful and tasty breakfast.
For 1 serving
1 frozen banana
1 tsp. Moringa powder
1 tbsp. ground flaxseeds
1 1/2 almond milk (or any vegetable milk of choice)
1 tbsp. almond butter (for more protein)
Blueberries (or any other berries)
Banana, kiwi, mango or any other fruit of your choice
Nuts (almonds, cashew, pecans etc…)
Seeds (hemp, pumpkin, sunflower etc…)
Put all the smoothie base ingredients in a blender. Blend until you get a creamy and creamy texture. Add milk as needed.
Pour smoothie into a bowl.
Tops with pieces of kiwi, berries, granola, or other fruits, seeds and nuts of your choice. Eat fresh.
For a creamy and firm texture that will allow the toppings to “float” on top of the smoothie, make sure to use a frozen banana.
You may customize this recipe whichever you like. The ingredients I chose therein are particularly high in fiber.
You can store it in the fridge for 48 hours.