How about this antioxidant rich, super power of a smoothie bowl for breakfast? A berry beet smoothie bowl is a great way to start your day. It’s vibrant colors and and textures are sure to start your day off just right.
This berry beet smoothie bowl consists of blackberries, strawberries and beets, and topped with a nut mix which includes pistachio, walnuts, almonds, peanuts and dried cranberries. I’m sure you agree that this is a fantastic combination of ingredients.
Blackberries, strawberries and beets go so well together, they are rich in flavor and provide so much power to the body. They are all packed with cancer-fighting antioxidants, chocked full of fiber and most importantly for me, they help to lower blood pressure.
I can go on and on about the benefits of the ingredients in this berry beet smoothie bowl – beets provide stamina, strawberries and beets are filled with immune boosting vitamin C and fiber just what you need first thing in the morning – right?
I love this berry beet smoothie bowl, it’s a fantastic treat for the body. It’s richness is to be enjoyed, and once a week is all you need. Once you have consumed this wonderful berry beet smoothie bowl, you are going to feel powerful and strong, you will skip to your first appointment of the day with ease, and wonder why it took so long for you to try this recipe.
This recipe provides for two hearty berry beet smoothie bowls, but you could make this go further and serve to four, you only need a small bowl to get the benefit and set you right for the day. You can even serve as shots as an amuse bouche for a fancy brunch. So share this with your family and friends and enjoy.
- 2 medium beets (raw)
- 12 oz blackberries
- 12 oz strawberries
- - plus extra blueberries or strawberries for garnish
- 2 cups cranberry nut mix
- Cooking Spatula
- Peel beets and then cut into sections that will allow the beets to fall through your juicer easily.
- Juice beets, remove the frothy head from the juice, and set aside.
- Place blackberries and strawberries into a blender and top with beet juice.
- Blend on medium until berries have completely disintegrated.
- Divide contents of blender into two bowls.
- Using a spatula as a guard, carefully scatter cranberry nut mix on top of blended berries and beets up to the diameter of your bowls.
- Garnish the other half of the bowl as you like with berries and serve immediately.
- I suggest that you peel the beets before juicing. This will tame the strong earthy taste you get when juicing with skin on. If like me you enjoy the earthy taste, just remove stems and leave the skin on, cut beets to necessary size and juice.