We love smoothie bowls! We love drinking smoothies but make a thick, eat-with-a-spoon smoothie bowl is just so satisfying and filling. Especially if you add some extra ingredients to chew while you’re at it. Get all of the benefits of our Zenberry smoothies while enjoying it in a different way. It’s really like eating dessert for breakfast but without the guilt or negative health effects.
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- Dash of almond milk (just enough to get ingredients moving. Add more very slowly if things are too solid).
- 1 pack of frozen unsweetened acai
- 1 frozen banana
- 2 TBSP Zenberry Greens (add this after the above ingredients have started to blend a bit to avoid the powder sicking to the blender)
- Optional: Ice if it is too liquid
- Toppings: 1-2 TBSP almond butter, goji berries and raw cacao nibs
Blend in a high speed blender on low. Add almond milk at very small amounts just to get the frozen items moving. You don’t want to add too much otherwise it won’t be thick enough to be a smoothie bowl which should be like a very thick milk shake or soft-serve ice cream. You may have to stop the blender and shake it or stir the contents to help get it moving. Once the consistency is to your liking, pour it into a bowl and add toppings. Eat with a spoon.
cannot say enough about Zenberry. I have been a Zenberry consumer from the very beginning of Zenberry when Emma and Shane first introduced it. Zenberry is my sustenance. I started adding by adding Zenberry to my smoothies. Now, it is my go-to breakfast after a drink of warm water and lemon, I enjoy a special preparation.Read More
I’m most grateful for, of course, my health, family, friends and all that jazz. There isn’t much in life more important than those things (ask anyone who is sick). Putting those aside as givens, I’m so grateful for the amazing experiences I’ve had in my life (good and bad). The things I’ve seen, the beautiful places I’ve visited, foods I’ve tasted, the mountains (literal & metaphorical) I’ve climbed. I’m grateful for all of the relationships that have passed through my life. Each one has given me something, adding to what makes me, me. Painful experiences shape us as much as amazing ones.Read More