This berry nice frozen smoothie bowl will be a great addition to your smoothie bowl arsenal for the summer months and as a bonus, it’s really easy to make as well.
Easy to make means it should only take you around five minutes to throw everything into your blender, blend on low, pour into you bowl and then sprinkle the toppings on.
Although it’s named berry nice, there are a few other ingredients in it (and on top of it) other than just the berries alone.
As we are using the berry digest smoothie cubes as the base the extra ingredients include banana, pineapple, kiwifruit, acai, chia seeds, papaya, coconut oil, lemon juice, turmeric, Ganeden BC30 probiotics as well as the blueberry, strawberry and raspberry too.
We’ve also added in an extra half banana (it’s best to use a half or more of one the twenty or so over ripe frozen ones you have in your freezer that you’ve been meaning to use for banana cakes for the last 8 months), an extra half a cup of mixed berries and a few tablespoons of coconut milk for good measure.
Right, let’s get into the recipe and what you’ll need to make this frozen smoothie bowl.
- Half a banana (frozen and sliced)
- Half a cup of frozen mixed berries
- 3 berry digest smoothie cubes
- 2 tablespoons of coconut milk
- 1 tablespoon of chia seeds
- 2 tablespoons of organic gluten free muesli
- 12 blueberries
How to make a berry nice frozen smoothie bowl
- Put the half banana and frozen mixed berries in your blender
- Throw the berry digest super cubes in the blender too
- Finally, add in the two tablespoons of coconut
- Blend on low until you have really smooth snow freeze consistency
- Pour and spoon out into your bowl of choice
- Sprinkle in a line across the frozen smoothie bowl the chia seeds, muesli and blueberries
- Make sure to take a photo and share it with us on our social channels
It’s a bit of trial and error for you here in regards to volume of the frozen smoothie bowl, you can add in extra banana or add a cup of mixed frozen berries if you want and also experiment with the toppings too.
The reason for this is the different average size of bowls in the standard Australian household and, from what we have been told in the office, this can vary greatly from state to state (the bowls are larger in Melbourne apparently).
Also, because every blender is different and has different speeds, it might take a few tries to get the perfect frozen smoothie bowl texture as well.
But like anything in this world, the more you do it, the better you get at it!
Smoothie bowl ingredient facts
There’s many reasons why berries are one of the healthiest superfoods this side of Darwin, here are some berry quick facts for you.
Berries are full of antioxidants
- High fibre levels
- May help with blood sugar levels
- Low in calories and high in nutrients
- Great anti-inflammatory
Chia seeds also have some great attributes, we spread them on this frozen smoothie bowl as well as them being in the berry digest smoothie cube too.
The list goes on with the hidden benefits from chia seeds too, they are nutrient dense, low calories, also high in antioxidants, full of fibre, contain protein, have good levels of Omega-3 and Omega-6 and are really easy to add to your frozen smoothies and frozen smoothie bowls too.
You can learn more about the benefits of banana’s, coconut milk and also the berry digest smoothie cubes too if you want, we have plenty more information around the Super Cubes website if you want to stay a while longer.
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