Mixed Berry Smoothie Bowl Dessert

I had a major sweet tooth and it was freakishly hot outside so decided to make a dessert smoothie bowl and it was SO good! I felt like I was eating fro-yo which I haven’t had in years so I was pretty excited! I really love how this has no refined or added sugars! It’s just mixed berry and banana frozen fruit and delicious toppings. I chose to put cocoa nibs on top so satisfy my chocolate chip craving. Even though I have added chocolate chips and cocoa nibs and that is pure magic! Frozen fruit lends the best texture for these smoothie bowls because you want it to be thick. I have a blendtec and it definitely gives it a run for its money. I would recommend starting with less liquid and adding as you go. Feel free to add your favorite fruits and toppings and enjoy this delicious fro-yo style smoothie bowl!
5 minutes
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This is our estimate based on online research.
Fat:28 g
Carbohydrates:19 g
Protein:5 g
Calculated per serving.

Serves: 2

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Note, these instructions are written assuming the standard serving size, since you have modified the number of servings, these steps may need to be modified for best results
  1. Add the smoothie bowl ingredients to the blender and blend until mixture is smooth but thick. If too runny add more frozen fruit or ice.
  2. You may need to stop the blender periodically to stir the mixture.
  3. Place smoothie mixture in a bowl and top with sliced banana, cocoa nibs, chopped pecans, and shredded coconut if desired.


Optional Toppings Sliced Banana Cocoa nibs Chopped pecans Shredded coconut I would start off with 3/4 cup liquid and add more as you need it. Your blender may get a little bit of a work out with this smoothie bowl.

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