Raspberry Smoothie Bowl
Smoothie bowls are up there with easy breakfast options and the Raspberry Smoothie Bowl recipe is a really nutritious way to start the day. Smoothie bowls tend to be my go-to on a weekend after I’ve been exercising. Depending on what I’ve got in, I’ll either opt for a smoothie or a smoothie bowl. They make a quick and easy way to replenish my energy with the addition of protein powder for muscle recovery and protein also balancing the bowl for lasting fullness.
Packed with energising B vitamins make the Raspberry Smoothie Bowl the perfect way to start the day!
The variety of fruits, nuts and seeds make this raspberry smoothie bowl a really nutrient-dense breakfast. Raspberries are a really good source of fibre (more on that below!) and smoothie bowls are packed with vitamins and minerals with the addition of tahini giving a nice boost to calcium intake. Smoothie bowls are a flex option. You can top with whatever fruits, nuts and seeds that you have to hand and the Raspberry Smoothie Bowl smashes the daily recommended intake of vitamin C out of the park!
So if you are looking for an easy, nutritious, filling breakfast option, smoothie bowls are the way forward.
Raspberry Smoothie Bowl – Key Nutrients
Fibre – You know I love fibre and this one contains around 30% of your recommended daily intake and the variety of plants (ie. fruits, nuts and seeds) are great for your gut microbiome.
B Vitamins – With around 25% of the recommended daily intake of B vitamins, B’s play an important part in the process of providing energy from the food we consume.
Magnesium – The ultra-nutrient to support your central nervous system, the majority of us don’t consume enough magnesium in our diet, so eat up my friends!
Raspberry Smoothie Bowl
- 1/2 cup frozen raspberries
- 1/2 cup frozen mango (alternatively could use frozen banana)
- 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
- 2 scoops Vanilla protein powder
- 1 tsp tahini
- Place all ingredients in a blender starting with the unsweetened almond milk. Blend until smooth.
- If the consistency is too thick for the blender, add a splash more milk.
- Top with fruits, nuts & seeds.
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TipsI make this recipe using Nuzest Vanilla Protein Powder.
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