Smoothies are a wonderful thing.
They can be a meal on-the-go or a mid-afternoon energy boost.
It all depends on what you add in your blender.
I tend to go for the exact same mix every morning:
some sort of leafy green,
chia seeds (or a form of omega-3’s),
natural peanut butter,
and frozen blueberries
– sometimes I add a scoop of my favorite protein powder.
It’s not out of lack of creativity or inspiration. It simply comes down to two things:
1. This recipe works for me – I’m not hungry until lunch!
2. I tend to be in a rush every morning so it’s kind of an auto-pilot thing
Where am I going with this? Well, the other day I flipped it.
I ended up having my smoothie in the evening – for dinner. Though it was a slightly bit different.
Though I LOVE smoothies, I wanted something I could scoop into. I made a little extra and so, this Smoothie Bowl came about.
Mind you, I did leave it in the fridge for 48 hours. It turned out rather nice :)
Boosting Smoothie Bowl
2 cups unsweetened cashew mylk (1 if you’d prefer it less liquidy)
1/2 cup rolled oats
1 Goji Superfruit Smoothie booster
5 frozen strawberries
1/2 tbs raw honey
dash of dried coconut flakes
1/4 tsp flaxseeds
dash of cinnamon
Blend all the ingredients together. Place in fridge for 2 days – or until the texture is pudding-like.
Add toppings to taste.
Consider it a treat!