Smoothie bowls are a new gastronomic trend. In some cases, they look very artistic, but the truth is that they are a very interesting option to add to our recipe book for breakfasts, lunches and snacks.
If you are a student or one of those with busy lifestyles, we totally understand your tight lunch break schedules, and what’s tougher is waking up early having to prepare a healthy and filling breakfast to kick off your day.
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Last minute meal decisions are always the worst. Why? Because it’s either you break your health goals or simply skip the meal! This is why smoothie bowls are the ideal and perfect “grab and go” type of food.
Gorgeous, colorful smoothie bowl pictures are super popular nowadays and their pictures are all over Instagram and Pinterest. But, they are loaded with fruits, dairy, juice and a bunch of other ingredients, we Keto dieters are trying to avoid. Then how is it possible to indulge in one of those bowls? We got your back! Smoothie bowls are extremely customizable to anyone’s taste and here we present you one of our Keto versions.
We bet this is going to be your favourite low carb breakfast recipe and will keep you craving it again and again.
Blend coconut milk, almond milk, stevia, chia seed, avocado until achieving a homogeneous mixture. Chill in the fridge for half an hour.
Now let’s design the bowl, cut the strawberries into small pieces. Use a fruit baller and make 3-4 zucchini spheres.
Start with adding the avocado mixture first to the bowl, then top with the sliced fruits and peanuts.
That’s all, it’s as simple as that! Enjoy.
Keto Smoothie Bowl
For Topping, optional
- 2 strawberries chopped
- ¼ cup zucchini chopped
- 1 tsp peanuts toasted, optional
- Add coconut milk, almond milk, chia seed, avocado and sweetener to the blender, mix until it’s a homogeneous mixture. Pour in a bowl and chill in the fridge for 30 minutes.
- Chop strawberries into pieces. With the help of a ice cream scoop or a spoon, make three or four spheres of zucchini. Roast peanuts (if using).
- Top the fruits on the smoothie bowl and serve.