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Berry Cherry Banana Bowl

A vibrant, sweet and tart smoothie bowl packed with antioxidants from cherries, blueberries, and chia seeds. This smoothie bowl packs a flavor punch with a well-known favorite combination- peanut butter banana. Make up the easy smoothie base, and add your desired toppings for a great start to your day.

Smoothie bowls are so easy to make! Simply throw the ingredients in the blender until creamy, transfer to a bowl, and add desired toppings. We prefer using frozen fruit for our bowls, so the consistency is right without having to add any ice.

This can easily be transformed into a fun Valentine’s Day breakfast. Simply cut your strawberries into heart shapes and only use red fruit like raspberries, strawberries, or cherries. It’s a healthy way to celebrate with your kids!

Topping Ideas

While having a good base for smoothie bowls is important, the toppings can really make or break the dish. Give these toppings a try:

  1. BBF Organic Chia Seeds (#8941)
  2. Banana Slices
  3. Slivered Almonds
  4. Nature’s Path Love Crunch Dark Choc. Macaroon Granola (#2906)
  5. Whole Cherries
  6. TruFru Nature’s Bananas in Peanut Butter & Dark Chocolate (#2764)
  7. Hemp hearts
  8. Cox’s Raw Creamed Honey (#2564)
  9. Sliced strawberries
  10. Jif Creamy Peanut Butter (#2913)
  11. Blackberries
  12. Tru Fru Nature’s Cherries in White & Dark Chocolate (#1097)
Berry Cherry Banana Bowl

A vibrant, sweet and tart smoothie bowl packed with antioxidants from cherries, blueberries, and chia seeds.

Berry Cherry Banana Bowl

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. First, add the bananas, pbfit, almond milk and chia to a blender and process until smooth.
  2. Then, dividie between two bowls and add desired toppings.

Adapted from: https://betterbodyfoods.com/recipes/berry-cherry-banana-bowl/

Satisfy your smoothie craving!

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