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I have a confession to make… sometimes I don’t eat breakfast. I know… really lame. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day after all.
Now that the kids are back in school and our routine is a little more mapped out, I’ve actually been so much better about taking some time to make a healthy breakfast when I get home from taking the girls to school. Another confession… my days seem to run more smoothly when I take the time to sit down and enjoy a light breakfast.
I’ve been all about a good smoothie bowl lately and today I am going to show you how I make this yummy blueberry vanilla almond smoothie bowl. It is so good and so easy!
I know many people who use powders and all sorts of add-ins when they make their smoothies, but I only use a few basic ingredients like fresh fruit, yogurt and a few toppings.
I picked up a few packs of Dannon® Light & Fit Greek Nonfat Yogurt in the dairy case at my local Publix. This is my yogurt of choice because it has 12g of protein and 80 calories per cup. That’s 35% fewer calories than average Greek yogurt (less than average Greek yogurt: Light & Fit: 80 calories, 0g fat. Average Greek yogurt: 130 calories, 2.5g fat per 5.3oz ). It also comes in really yummy flavors like blueberry, vanilla, strawberry cheesecake, cherry and peach. They all taste great in a smoothie and they are so delicious you won’t believe it’s nonfat yogurt. Perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth!
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I throw a frozen banana, frozen blueberries and a container of yogurt into my food processor and blend until creamy.
I also love to add a little crunch with my smoothie bowls. For this bowl I used Kellogg’s® Special K® Vanilla Almond Cereal.
Once the ingredients are blended, I transfer them to a bowl and top with the cereal, fresh blueberries and slivered almonds.
This blueberry vanilla almond smoothie bowl only takes minutes to throw together and I really enjoy having a good breakfast. It always sets me up for a productive day, which means everyone in my house is a little happier. Yay!
- 1 frozen banana
- 1/2 cup frozen blueberries
- 1 container Dannon Light & Fit Greek Yogurt, Blueberry flavored
- Toppings: slivered almonds, Kellogg’s ® Special K ® Vanilla Almond Cereal, fresh blueberries
1. In a food processor or blender, combine frozen banana, yogurt and frozen blueberries.
2. Blend until creamy and smooth.
3. Transfer a bowl and top with cereal, fresh blueberries and slivered almonds.
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