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Nutritious Protein Smoothie Bowl

Let's face it - this smoothie bowl looks too gorgeous to be eaten. Right? Luckily, this eyecatcher is healthy and easy to prep so you can indulge in this brekkie more than once a week. Basically, a smoothie bowl is not very different from a usual smoothie. It is only served in a bowl and slightly thicker because of using quark and frozen fruit. For the base and toppings, you can vary with all kinds of fruit and ingredients. Just make sure you create it beautifully to start your day on a lovely and delicious foot.

Did you know…

That this smoothie bowl is a great source of vitamins and protein? Making it a perfect breakfast as your body needs nourishment the morning after a night's sleep. Following weight-loss surgery, it is important to get extra protein in as you eat and absorb it less. Simply add a scoop of protein powder like Pure Whey Protein to boost your protein to the next level!

What you'll need

For 2 servings

  • 1 banana
  • 200 grams of frozen strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries. You can also use 100 grams of fresh fruit for the topping
  • 2 tablespoons of quark
  • 1 tablespoons of pumpkin seeds
  • handful almond flakes
  • handful coconut flakes
  • Pure Whey Protein Natural, Vanilla or Strawberry

What else you need

  • 2 bowls
  • blender
  • knife
  • cutting board

How to make a Nutritious Protein Smoothie Bowl

  1. Slice a banana and mix with quark, 100 grams of frozen strawberries, blueberries and raspberries and Pure Whey Protein in a blender. Blend to a thick texture. A smoothie bowl is supposed to be thick. However, if you prefer a thinner substance, add some water or skim milk.
  2. Pour the mixture into 2 bowls.
  3. Decorate the smoothie bowls with fresh fruit, pumpkin seeds, almond and coconut flakes.
  4. Take a picture and enjoy this nutritious beautiful breakfast!

Tip from our dietician Solenne

Although a smoothie bowl contains healthy ingredients, be careful with the quantities. Fruit contains sugars and coconut, nuts and seeds are high in calories. Make sure you stick to the recipe quantities to avoid taking more than you need.