Smoothie Bowls are such a simple and easy way to get a good share of healthy foods in your diet. They also are super delicious and look like a colorful work of art! If you love smoothie bowls like the rest of us, try making this Mango Banana Smoothie Bowl at home.
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- 1 ½ C. Frozen Mango Cubes
- 1 Frozen Banana
- 1-2 Tbsp. Coconut or Almond Milk
- A Splash of Vanilla Extract
- Dark Chocolate Chips
- Sliced Almonds
- Sliced Banana
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- Puree frozen mango, banana, coconut milk, and vanilla extract together in a blender until smooth. ** Be sure to only use frozen fruit. Fresh fruits will not have the thickness to support the toppings once the smoothie is in the bowl.
- Pour smoothie into a bowl.
- Add toppings to taste.
The best part about smoothie bowls is you can customize them to your own tastes. You can put almost any topping you like on them. Add as much or as little toppings as you want. No matter how you top it, This Mango Banana Smoothie Bowl is a burst of flavor in every bite!
What’s your favorite smoothie bowl? What toppings do you use? If you like this, please like, pin, and share.
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