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Blueberry Protein Smoothie Bowl



  1. Break banana into chunks. Place in freezer for at least an hour.
  2. Measure out 1c. blueberries. Place in freezer for at least an hour.
  3. Once bananas and blueberries are frozen, take them out of the freezer.
  4. Measure out the rest of your ingredients.
  5. Place all ingredients, except hempseeds, chia seeds, and blueberries for sprinkling on top at the end, in a blender.
  6. Blend on high until thoroughly mixed.
  7. Pour mixture into a bowl.
  8. Top with hempseeds, chia seeds, and blueberries (and/or other ingredients of choice).

This Blueberry Protein Smoothie Bowl is sure to start your day off perfectly when protein meets vibrant color!

According to bon appetit, a smoothie bowl simply “gives you an excuse to shower it with toppings, sundae-style.”

So that’s exactly what we did!

We made a protein-packed base for our smoothie using ingredients like the Nutiva Organic Vanilla Plant Protein (20g of protein per scoop without the use of Stevia) and Greek Yogurt (10+g of protein per serving).

We then blended it with bananas, blueberries, and coconut milk, poured it into a bowl and topped it with ingredients like Organic Hempseed, Organic Chia Seed, and blueberries. You know, sundae-style!

As an added bonus, it’s just beautiful! You would have to agree, yes?

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What is your favorite way to make a smoothie bowl?

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  1. M. Hughes says:

    I have found your chia seeds a very easy way to add more fiber needed to maintain my health. This product has been very beneficial , so I visited your site to get recipe ideas, I found several I want to try out, but do not see any nutrition information. This info is crucial for me to successfully manage my diabetes and weight. The blueberry smoothie at a glance exceeds how much fruit is allowed per meal, unless I wish to begin to start using insulin. Considering how many people in the US have diabetes and pre- diabetes, providing nutritional analysis of your recipes would help this huge part of the population who are working hard every day of every week planning a healthy meal plan in order to control their blood sugar. Most people don’t have the time it takes to type in each recipe on an analysis application before deciding how they might adjust the amount of carbs or calories. This comment is a bit long, but can’ t edit now as I must plan dinner. Thanks for your time!

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