The smoothie bowl is a smoothie thick yogurt and fruit base, which you can enrich with cereals, seeds or spices. It is ideal to enjoy for breakfast because it fills you up a lot and gives you energy.
With its creamy texture, it is the perfect recipe if you prefer your breakfast fresh, as well as healthy and complete.
In our recipe, we have prepared it with Greek yogurt 0% and we have enriched with oats, kiwi, banana, apple and berries. But you can have fun customizing it to your likingusing your favorite seasonal fruit, replacing the oats with another cereal, adding spices and flavorings.
It’s also a great idea when you’re on a diet, as the smoothie bowl is light, yet highly nutritious, so it will help you get through your mid-morning snack without rumbling.
Smoothie bowl with Greek yogurt and fruit: the recipe to prepare it
Smoothie bowl with Greek yogurt
Preparation: 5 minutes
Total time: 5 minutes
Servings: 2 people
- 300 g of Greek yogurt 0%.
- 1/2 banana
- 60g raspberries
- 10g oats
- 2 teaspoons of honey
- 1/2 apple
- 1 kiwi
- Peel the banana and cut it into pieces, wash the raspberries and dry them gently.
2. Put the Greek yogurt, honey, banana and half of the raspberries in a blender, blend until smooth and smooth with no lumps.
3. Pour smoothie into bowls, top with kiwi slices, apple slices, remaining raspberries and oats.
All the nutritional benefits
- The greek yogurt It provides more protein than conventional yogurt: 6.4 g per 100 g compared to 3.8 g per 100 g for yogurt made with whole milk. These nutrients are very important because they constitute the basis for the functioning of many of the body’s systems, in the first place the immune system.
- The oatmeal contributes the share of carbs What you need to get going after a good night’s rest and provides you with slow-release energy. This is because the carbohydrates in cereals are slowly absorbed by the body, so they provide a prolonged feeling of satiety and help keep blood sugar levels stable.
Kiwi, apple, raspberries and bananas provide the many good nutrients of the fruit.
- The apple is rich in Soluble fiberespecially pectinwhich favors the intestinal transit, improves glycemic control Y reduces fat absorption.
- The Kiwi is a mine of vitamin C (up to 85 mg per 100 g), which strengthens the immune system and stimulates the collagen synthesispreserving the elasticity of the skin.
- The bananas They are an excellent source of potassium, useful against fatigue and cramps and to regulate blood pressure.
Raspberries are rich in anthocyaninscompounds antioxidants that protect against oxidative stress and combat cell aging. They also have the peculiarity of promote microcirculationso they help combat swelling, heavy legs and cellulite.