Green Goddess Mango Smoothie Bowl
Let’s talk about this Green Goddess Mango Smoothie Bowl –> My newest obsession.
Full of green leaf nutrients, perfectly sweet tropical mango flavors, topped with the best fruit, chia seeds, and your favorite granola. Yes plz.
I’m a big smoothie bowl person. Whenever I can make it to whole foods (we live an hour away – whomp!) I try to buy the pre-packed Pitaya Plus in bulk. It is one of my favorite things to eat because the color is STUNNING and I’m obsessed with all the fruit topping possibilities. Easily one of my favorite things to eat.
Now it’s time to talk all things green and goddess like. ?
With smoothie bowls you get the best of both worlds. A chance to add protein and nutrients into your base and then top it all off with your favorite fruits and grain/seeds. My two favorite toppings that I can’t live without on my smoothie bowl are banana and granola.
The reason I love this green goddess smoothie bowl more than most is the added spinach for some veggie nutrients and the tropical flavor of mango. It brings a creaminess and touch of sweetness that I’m obsessed with.
This bowl is everything you need/want. It is creamy, satisfying, perfectly sweet, full of antioxidants and vitamins, and is SRYSLY delicious. Also, heyyy, pretty food is way more fun to eat than ugly food… err?
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- 1-2 frozen bananas
- 1/2 cup frozen mango
- 1 cup fresh spinach
- splash of almond milk
- 1 banana, sliced
- 1/4 cup blueberries
- 1/4 cup granola of choice
- 1 tsp chia seeds
- handful of cherries
In a high powered blender mix ingredients for smoothie together. Add almond milk as desired, putting small amounts in gradually to help break up ingredients. I prefer my smoothie base to be on the thick side so I only use a small amount of milk.
When consistency is smooth pour into bowl and serve with toppings. SO YUM!