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Start your day feeling SUPER with this superfood smoothie bowl. Power packed with lots of vitamins and nutrients, this smoothie bowl gives you a delicious dose of wellness, plus it’s so tasty and simple to make!

What you will need:

1 banana (sliced and frozen) - The banana gives your smoothie bowl a thick and creamy consistency. They are rich in Potassium and Magnesium. Potassium is a key player in the overall health of your heart!

½ cup of frozen blueberries - Blueberries are a powerful antioxidant. They are also high in Potassium and Vitamin C. Antioxidants can support overall wellness by fighting off free radicals that damage cells.

½ cup of frozen strawberries - Not only do strawberries add a pretty pink color to your smoothie bowl, they are filled with fiber, potassium, and manganese. Fiber helps to keep your digestive system functioning properly!

⅔  cup of your favorite dairy-free milk - Add less liquid for a thicker consistency or more liquid if you like a thinner smoothie bowl. 

½ cup of greek yogurt - Yogurt can add bonus protein and probiotics to your smoothie bowl, but if yogurt isn’t your thing it can be substituted with a little more milk of your choosing. We love probiotics at Pink Stork as they provide healthy bacteria to your gut!

2 packets of frozen Acai puree - This is the main ingredient of your acai smoothie bowl. Acai is a powerful antioxidant. Because it is a superfood, it helps overall immunity, heart health and energy levels!

Optional toppings (nuts, seeds, granola, coconut flakes, etc.) - Your toppings are your choice! We love to add fresh fruit, seeds, granola, and coconut flakes!

How to make:

  1. Freeze your fruit! Make sure all the fruit that you will add to your smoothie bowl is nice and frozen. This will ensure that you get a nice, thick consistency. 
  2. Add the ingredients to your blender and blend until the ingredients are smooth and creamy. Add more or less liquid depending on the consistency you enjoy.
  3. Add the smoothie to a bowl. Artfully place your favorite toppings like fresh fruit, granola, coconut flakes, and seeds, and take a photo! Tag us @pinkstork and #pspantry, so we can see your masterpiece!

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