Blueberry Ginger Smoothie Bowl
Is your area experiencing this heat anything like Los Angeles has been lately?? I have seriously felt like I have been melting for the past three days straight. The intense summer weather may have cut short my bike riding and running on the beach a bit lately, but there is good news… This heat does mean it is the perfect time to get creative with your favorite smoothie bowl recipes for Summer. When the heat starts to get to you, cool off with this tasty Blueberry Ginger Smoothie Bowl recipe.
When the thermostat is going through the roof, smoothie bowls are the perfect summer day recipe. They fill you up without leaving you feeling heavy, cool you down, and have plenty of water and fruits to keep you hydrated.
If this wasn’t enough reason to blend up this baby, the Blueberry Ginger Smoothie Bowl is also packed with other health benefits. The produce in this smoothie bowl has you covered with a high dose of anti-oxidants to support immune health and help neutralize free radicals in the body; helping to fight cancer, disease and aging. The Blueberry Ginger Smoothie Bowl is also packed full of superfoods that aide in digestion and help fight inflammation in the body. The Beauti-Fuel protein powder is a 100% raw, organic plant-based protein powder that will help to hold you over and contains nutrients that will nourish your body and rejuvenate you if you decide to have this bad boy after a workout.
Next time the heat starts to get to you, reach for the Blueberry Ginger Smoothie Bowl to kick-start your day right. Let me know what you think of it and what else you do to cool off in the summer heat.
- Large handful spinach
- 1 banana
- ½ cup frozen blueberries
- ¼ cup frozen raspberries
- 2 cm chunk fresh ginger
- 2 cm chunk fresh turmeric*
- 2 tbsp Beauti-Fuel protein powder
- Add all ingredients into a blender, along with water and ice. Blend until smooth.
- Top with your choice of ingredients. I recommend cacao nibs, bee pollen, coconut flakes, frozen raspberries.
- *If you don't have fresh turmeric you can sub with ¼ teaspoon turmeric powder.