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Easy Homemade Acai Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Easy Homemade Acai Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Easy Homemade Acai Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Over the past year I have become more and more obsessed with delicious acai smoothie bowls. It started with ordering them at some of my favorite local spots like Swami’s Cafe in La Mesa and San Diego Blenders. But what do you do when you want to save time and money? My Easy Homemade Acai Smoothie Bowl Recipe has you covered!

This acai smoothie bowl recipe only takes a few minutes and is easy to make with ingredients found at most local grocery stores. The only exception is the Bee Pollen which I picked up at GNC for under $10. Side note about Bee Pollen, did you know it’s considered one of nature’s most completely nourishing foods? 40% of that being protein and about half of that protein is in the form of free amino acids that are ready to be used directly by the body.

I knew I was on to something when I first started sharing my love for these delicious smoothie bowls on my Instagram. It never fails, every post gets hundreds of likes compared to my other meals that I share. So be sure to take a well lit photo of this homemade acai smoothie bowl when you’re done! While you’re at it, I would love if you tag me on Instagram using my hashtag #natashasfoodadventures so I can see your creations.

Easy Homemade Acai Smoothie Bowl Recipe

 

Easy Homemade Acai Smoothie Bowl Recipe

*Serves 2*

Ingredients

For The Smoothie Base:

2 Sambazon Acai Pure Unsweetened Packs

Half a Banana

⅓ Cup Frozen Berries or Strawberries

¼ Cup Apple Juice

½ Tbs. Of Organic Honey

Toppings:

⅓ Cup Organic Granola

2 Tbs. Shredded Coconut

2 Tbs. Bee Pollen

Half a Banana (Sliced)

½ Cup Fresh Strawberries (Sliced)

⅓ Cup Fresh Blueberries

 

Directions:

First you will want to combine all of the smoothie base ingredients in a high powered blender. I use a magic bullet and it’s good to go in about a minute.

Next, pour the mixture in a medium sized bowl and then top with all the fresh fruit and granola your bowl will allow.

Enjoy immediately for maximum freshness!

I’m really happy that you are trying out my Easy Homemade Acai Smoothie Bowl Recipe. Would love to see how they turn out for you! Be sure to tag me on Instagram @natashasfoodadventures or use my hashtag #natashasfoodadventures.

 

Natasha
Natasha
Natasha lives in San Diego, loves cooking, blogging, photography and taking trips to Disneyland with her love Jarod.

8 Comments

  1. Jessica Lam says:
    These look so delicious! I have yet to make one of my own smoothie bowls!
  2. Michelle says:
    This looks delicious and I'm sure is a healthy breakfast. I've never actually tried Acai. You make it sound so easy! So I'll have to give it try.
  3. Azlin Bloor says:
    What a colourful and healthy way to start the day, or even a pick me up afternoon snack! I love bee pollen, we tried it for the first time some years ago on an island in Vietnam. It was very interesting. I haven't had it/used it in so long though. You've just reminded me of it, I must hunt it down. I guess health shops ought to sell it?
    • Natasha says:
      You can definitely find Bee Pollen online, but I bought mine at a local GNC. I think Trader Joe's may even carry it these days. It's a nice healthy complement to smoothie bowls, so I hope you have a chance to try it again.
  4. Cynthia says:
    This is great! To this day I still haven't tried a smoothie bowl, even though I have smoothies almost on a daily basis! My doubt has always been how to make it thick, now I see the key is to add very little liquid! Love all the superfoods in this smoothie bowl!
  5. These smoothis bowls seem to be all the rage now. This one looks absolutely delicious with those large strawberries! I like it that you can incorporate all the goo add-ins into the smoothie part, but still have some whole items on top... good contrast of flavors, colors and textures.

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