3 Seeds MangoApple smoothie Bowl (No Sugar). Sliced Banana, Chocolate Shavings, Chopped Nuts, and Chia Seeds (for the toppings) Tools and Equipment You'll Need. High Speed Blender-If you don't have a speed blender, no worries! Use a stand blender of food processor.
Eating this mango smoothie for breakfast makes me feel as if I'm sitting on the beach on vacation! The flavors of mango and coconut feel like a tropical holiday in a bowl. Top it with a few extra mango chunks, some delicious almonds or perhaps some chia seeds and you have a tropical, protein packed bowl of deliciousness. You can have 3 Seeds MangoApple smoothie Bowl (No Sugar) using 7 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of 3 Seeds MangoApple smoothie Bowl (No Sugar)
- It’s 2 Cup of Frozen Mango (cut into cubes).
- You need 1 of Whole Apple (peeled).
- It’s 1 cup of Frozen yoghurt.
- Prepare of Toppings (Optional).
- You need of Soaked Chia seeds.
- Prepare of Crushed Flaxseeds.
- Prepare of Pumpkin seeds.
Okay, we know that avocado is technically a fruit. High in protein and healthy fats, this matcha avocado smoothie from Abra's Kitchen is your new breakfast bestie! It's rich and creamy, and has no hidden sugar. Simply add frozen bananas and frozen mixed berries to a blender and blend on low (this is key!) until it looks like Dip 'n' Dots (remember those?!).
3 Seeds MangoApple smoothie Bowl (No Sugar) instructions
- Blend fruits and yoghurt together in a blender (better if glass blender jug) until smooth..
- Top with the seeds to make it totally healthy fulfilling smoothie bowl. Or can use your desired toppings..
As a kid I loved drinking the sugar packed Orange Julius drinks, but always had to deal with the crash after the huge sugar rush. Orange mango smoothies are just as delicious, but don't bring the sugar crash. These smoothies with mangoes help curb my cravings, but in a healthy new way! Medium-chain triglyceride oil, which is composed of medium-chain fatty acids, is notable for its positive effect on the brain. Along with a carbohydrate-restricted diet, MCT oil can help encourage the formation of ketones, water-soluble compounds that can be used as fuel by the body and brain.