Bright pink in color, this pitaya power smoothie bowl isn’t all for looks. It’s filled with superfoods and nutritious ingredients that will brighten up your days as well. The based of the smoothie bowl is made with frozen pitaya, bananas and strawberries and it’s thinned out with coconut milk. Top it with your favorite fruit, nuts and seeds for a complete and delicious meal!
Happy Sunday ya’ll! How are you feeling? Ready for the week ahead or wishing you had one more day? There really does need to be a third day in the weekend. The day between Sunday and Monday needs to be a thing.
Zach and I had busy day today! Busy, but fun. We went to church this morning then looked at a house and stopped at Lowe’s to get some DIY supplies to make a donut wall for my sister’s baby shower next month. Then we headed to Jorgensen Farms (where Zach and I are getting married) for a floral consultation for the big day!
It’s so much fun getting to do life with my best friend. Sometimes #adulting is the best.
But when adulting isn’t the best is Monday mornings. I love my job, and I’m so grateful for that, but sometimes I just want to sleep in and hit the pause button instead of waking up early and getting my workout on. Which is why I like to start my day with a recipe that get’s me excited about getting out of bed.
This pitaya power smoothie bowl is one of those recipes. If how bright and vibrant the bowl is isn’t enough, the flavor and super foods packed in this smoothie bowl will get you pumped up. I actually go to bed early just so I can wake up and eat this recipe sooner.
Don’t let the bright pink color intimidate you! It only takes one ingredient to you make this smoothie bowl so colorful: pitaya! Pitaya, also known as dragon fruit, comes in easy to use frozen packs in the grocery store. No chopping fruit or peeling and freezing. This fruit is already packaged and ready for you to add to your smoothie bowl.
Most of the time you’ll have to find it at a health food store, like Whole Foods. They always have it at the Whole Foods by my apartment. It’s in the frozen aisle right next to the Ezeikial bread.
One thing I will say is be careful about what you’re wearing when you make it! The pink color is no joke. It will get on your clothes and hands if you aren’t careful. I got it on my shirt the morning I made this recipe and I had to course correct the outfit situation before I left for work.
Other than that, this pitaya power smoothie bowl is so easy to make! Throw two packs in the blender with frozen bananas and frozen strawberry and some dairy free milk and that’s it! I used almond milk but coconut milk or cashew milk work perfectly as well.
You can even add protein powder to this recipe if you want! If you do that be sure to add a little extra milk as needed until it reaches your desired consistency. I like my smooth bowls really thick and creamy but you can add a bit more if you want it a little thinner.
Now, let’s chat toppings. They’re endless really. I added mixed nuts, goji berries and extra fruit. I always add some extra fruit to my bowls and typically some sort of seed or nut to add some crunch and texture. Sometimes I even add dark chocolate chips because I can.
Go crazy with the toppings! There is no such thing as a bad topping to a smoothie bowl. If you need some inspo here are some more smoothie bowls with toppings: Tropical Coconut Smoothie Bowl, Berry Almond Smoothie Bowl.
I can’t wait for you to give this smoothie bowl recipe a try! You’re going to fall in love with the flavor and the color!
- 2 packs pitaya
- 1 frozen banana
- ½ cup frozen strawberries
- ½ cup dairy free milk (I used almond milk)
- toppings: bananas, strawberries, nuts, granola, chia seeds, other fruit, and more!
- Add all ingredients aside from toppings in the blender. Blend on high for 1-2 minutes until thick and smooth. If you don't have a high powered blender it may take a little longer.
- Pour into large bowls and add assorted toppings. Eat immediately.
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