Mocha Banana Protein Smoothie Bowl1

This past weekend Sarah of Broma Bakery came to stick with me in Chicago and we treated ourselves to something sweet every single day. It was a little unusual if you ask me but existence is all about balance, well-being and feasting on content moments; sometimes these special occasions call for iced yogurt , doughnuts AND chocolates chip pancakes Ha!
We had the absolute best period together and I cannot wait to share more photos in our cooking in addition our Chicago escapades! In the meantime, I’m getting back to eating all the vegetables and indulging in healthier goodies (instead of doughnuts).
Anyone that has learned me well may attest to the fact that I am a huge advocate of a delicacy during the day as well as before bed. In fact, Tony always provides me this ridiculous appearance anytime I require frozen yogurt or a bedtime treat because it’s a must have in my globe. Even a little treat like a spoonful of almond butter with a sprinkle of ocean salt can usually give me the greatest satisfaction.
It ought to be noted that I also tend to eat lighter meals so for a dynamic person like me, it’s just normal to crave something around 9 or 10PM.
MUST HAVE SNACKS.
And of course, there are times when a spoonful of nut butter and a banana simply does not cut it. Or when I’m craving something nice and creamy like iced yogurt, but I don’t feel just like leaving the home just to drive to obtain it (alright, but sometimes I do… ha).
Lately I’ve been doing my own healthy version of fro yo at home. It’s extremely easy and basically just involves providing a creamy solid protein smoothie within a bowl, covering it with your favorite toppings and eating it having a spoon! I know, super luxury stuff right here but you understand you LUVS it. It makes breakfast feel like a real treat.
You’d really be surprised at how thick and creamy these smoothie bowls will get, especially with a scoop of protein powder in the mix. On top of that, you can make these with your personal favorite protein powder and mix and match what kind of fruit goes into the smoothie. Recently I’ve been into a chocolates banana protein smoothie bowl because chocolate makes me feel just like I’ve indulged a little. I use a chocolate protein powder and Delicious chocolate Almond Air flow almond milk. Additional preferred smoothie bowls consist of strawberry banana, blueberry vanilla, raspberry peach… in fact there are way too many to name.
I often enjoy these for breakfast hence why you see a instant coffee packet in the picture over. Mocha smoothie bowls FTW! You can find endless possibilities right here so if your a frozen yogurt and/or nice teeth fanatic like me, I’m sure you will discover this easy bottom recipe to come in handy.
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Calories: 272
Body fat: 4g
Sugars: 45g
Sugar: 26.6g
Fibers: 7.2g
Proteins: 20g
Ingredients
1 huge frozen banana
1/2 cup Almond Air flow Chocolate Almond Dairy, plus more if necessary
1 scoop your favorite protein natural powder (I would recommend ordinary, vanilla or delicious chocolate)
1 packet instant coffee, if desired
1 cup spinach (if you want a superfood boost)
A few ice cubes
Instructions
Add all ingredients except desired toppings to some blender and mix until clean and creamy. If necessary, add even more almond milk and/or ice to reach the desired regularity. The smoothie ought to be pretty thick to enable you to eat it using a spoon.
Pour right into a dish and best with desired toppings such as for example chia and granola. Serves 1.
Nutrition just includes banana, proteins natural powder, spinach, almond dairy and coffee. Proteins powder is based off of 1 scoop around 100 calories without added sugar.
P.s I am TOTALLY an eat-before-bedtime gal too! SNACKAGE FTW! Pinned!