Market Fresh Smoothie Bowl

If you love smoothies you’ll definitely want to experiment with blending them a bit thicker and eating them as a smoothie bowl. This smoothie bowl trend is wonderful because it delivers plenty of nutrition in the way of fruits and veggies. It makes a really healthy breakfast, lunch or snack.

Market Fresh Smoothie Bowl - Eat your fruits and veggies in this beautiful and delicious smoothie bowl recipe! Get in on the smoothie bowl trend!

We had a blast last weekend at our local farmers market. We picked up some great things including the blueberries, rainbow carrots and kale we used in this super fresh and tasty smoothie bowl.

My husband loves rainbow carrots and tends to seek them out so they were a nice veggie to add to this bowl.

Market Fresh Smoothie Bowl - Eat your fruits and veggies in this beautiful and delicious smoothie bowl recipe!

The great thing about the smoothie bowl trend is the fact that you can add so many interesting toppings to your bowl.

We used chia seeds, granola and fresh blueberries on this bowl but the sky is really the limit when it comes to toppings. The added texture adds so much substance to the bowl and can give you a more satisfying experience than a plain smoothie.

Market Fresh Smoothie Bowl - Eat your fruits and veggies in this beautiful and delicious smoothie bowl recipe!

Have you ventured into the smoothie bowl trend? I’d love to hear about your favorite fruit and veggie combinations and how you like to top them!

Market Fresh Smoothie Bowl - Eat your fruits and veggies in this beautiful and delicious smoothie bowl recipe!

Enjoy!

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Market fresh smoothie bowl

Ingredients:

2 cups of frozen organic mixed berries (strawberries, blueberries, cherries, cranberries)
splash of water
big fat handful of kale
1 purple carrot 


Topping


2 tablespoons chia seeds
2-4 tablespoons of granola (I used Natures Path Pumpkin granola)
¼ cup fresh blueberries 


 


 


Instructions:

1. Blend and whip the smoothie ingredients together until you have a smooth consistency. This one was on the thick side, which worked really nicely for the heavier toppings.  It also held up well because it took longer to warm up and start to thin out.  You might need a little more water to help your blender work through the ingredients, if so just add a little at a time until its good to go.  


2.Pour or scoop into your favorite dish and top with the goodies listed above or a mix of other personal favorites.


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