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Dragon Fruit Bowls: How to

Living in Florida for 2 years taught me it is easier and cheaper to make these bowls over buying them at a store. Through trial and error, I have to come to perfect the ratio and sweetness!

Step 1: Smoothie Bowl Mixture

  • In a blender mix together milk of choice (I prefer almond milk) - for one person use a 1/4 cup and for 2 people use 1/2 cup

  • Add 1/2 cup of frozen Dragon fruit: My favorite is from Target - Link provided below

  • Add 1.5 cups of frozen fruit of choice: My preference is - frozen mango, frozen pineapple, frozen strawberries

  • Add half ripe banana

  • Add 1 scoop of protein powder of choice (best to use vanilla or unflavored)

  • Add 1 scoop of collagen powder of choice (I used the unflavored version & you really can't taste it!)

  • Add 1 scoop of fiber powder of choice

Step 2: Toppings

  • Granola of choice - My favorite is Target's French Vanilla Almond Granola, however, if you are wanting a healthier option substitute your favorite. I usually use 1/4 cup of granola and line it on one side

  • Unsweetened Coconut Chips- I do just enough to like the other side of the granola

  • 1/2 Tbsp of Chia Seeds

  • 2 Tbsp of Walnuts

  • Fruit of choice - I tend to use whatever I have in the fridge that day but my favorite toppings are banana, strawberry, and raspberry

  • Optional: If I am having a great sweet tooth that day, I'll add a drizzle of honey!

  • Optional: If you're a peanut butter lover, warm some peanut butter up in the microwave and drizzle across your bowl, or line your bowl with peanut butter before adding in the smoothing mixture for a bite that always includes the good stuff!

Pro Tip: Bought fruits that are going bad? Put it in a bag to freeze and use for smoothie bowls later on


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