If you have never eaten a fresh tree ripened mango, then you are definitely missing out! I'm not talking about the ones that you buy at Walmart etc. I'm talking about the ones that are picked directly from a tree.
This summer I was fortunate to eat a variety of mangoes that were grown in South Florida. I delighted myself in ripe, juicy mangoes and I marveled at how the ones in the stores were much more inferior in quality and taste.I had to think of ways to prepare meals with mangoes, I made smoothies and mango juice blended with fresh pineapple, apple, lemon, and ginger.
I had to think of ways to prepare meals with mangoes, I made smoothies and mango juice blended with fresh pineapple, apple, lemon, and ginger.
Well, I have been seeing smoothie bowls on the internet a lot! At first, I didn't see the point in pureeing fruits and putting them in a bowl. I thought it's
I thought it was easier to blend the fruits and drink. I was so surprised, when I made my first smoothie bowl and added all the different toppings with their various textures how much more flavorful and enjoyable my smoothie was! Was I in for a treat!
For this smoothie bowl, I combined fresh mango, peach, pineapple and frozen banana. I then topped it with chia seeds, almond slices for the crunch, banana, strawberries slices and ground cherries. If you don't have fresh fruits, frozen ones can do as well. You basically can top your smoothie bowl with whatever fruits, nuts, seeds, dried fruits you love!
Smoothie bowls are packed with anti-oxidants, vitamins,and minerals. They are versatile and are perfect for a quick breakfast or supper!
Come to think of it, we eat with our eyes so if the dish looks more appealing if;s safe to say it will be much more enjoyable to eat.
- 5 min
- Ready in:
- 5 min
- Blend almond milk, mangoes, peaches, bananas, and pineapple in a high speed blend until thick and creamy.
- Spoon into a bowl and add toppings!