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    Green Machine Smoothie Bowl Recipe

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    Green Machine Smoothie Bowls Recipe
    Want a light breakfast or meal replacement that will fuel you up but not fill you up? Try this Green Machine Smoothie Bowl Recipe!
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    Green Machine Smoothie Bowl Recipe

     

    I can already feel it in my bones, signs of life outside peeking through.

    Spring is arriving! Yay! 🙂

     

    Blades of green grass eager to sprout, birds swirling around in a frenzy, everything is vying for some warm sunshine.

     

    Maybe it is just me but I am not if you feel this way too, with signs of warm weather all around us, I notice that my appetite is waning and I am not as hungry as I usually am.

     

    The opposite is true when it is cold outside.

     

    What better way to start off your day than with a refreshing and healthy bowl of green machine smoothie!

     

    You can even take it on the go!

     

    Just pour it in a tumbler and have the energy to enjoy the rest of your beautiful Spring day outside.

     

    Here is how you can whip it up below.

     

    Ingredients for the smoothie: (yields 2 glasses of 8 oz. each)

    • ⅓ cup fresh or frozen Strawberries
    • ⅓ cup fresh or frozen  Blueberries
    • ⅓ cup fresh or frozen Raspberries
    • 1 handful of fresh or frozen Grapes (any kind)
    • 1 Frozen Banana
    • 1 Kiwi
    • Frozen Spinach or Kale
    • ½ medium cucumber sliced or cut in chunks
    • 1 cup of your choice of milk

     

    Optional:

    • If you do not have frozen spinach, kale, or kiwis on hand, you can also substitute these with 1 cup of green smoothie juice from your local grocery store refrigerated section.
    • If you prefer to not use ice in your smoothies, you can use frozen fruits like I do.
    • You can use any kind of milk, but I prefer soy, almond, or coconut milk.
    • For an extra pack of protein, I like to add a scoop of Vega Protein Powder to give my smoothie some bulk.
    • It helps to stave away the hunger pangs until dinner time without the need to grab an extra snack.

     

    Ingredients for the toppings:

    • Chia seeds
    • Fresh sliced strawberries
    • Fresh blueberries
    • Fresh raspberries
    • Fresh blackberries
    • Fresh sliced kiwi
    • Coconut flakes
    • Honey granola

     

    Directions:

    • In a blender, add all of the ingredients for making your green machine smoothie bowl.
    • Blend together and pulse intermittently for about 2-3 minutes
    • Add extra milk if it gets a bit too bulky.
    • Pour your smoothie into a bowl and dress it up with the toppings of your choice.
    • Enjoy!

    If you love to add more fruit to your day, check out this recipe too!

     

     

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