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        Got summer fever? I do!! Try this easy, breezy Hawaiian Smoothie Bowl (vegan) the next time you need a healthy, tropical smoothie bowl on the beach. Some imagination required.

        tropical smoothie bowl made with greens and tropical fruit, topped with dried fruits and coconut

        *This post has been kindly sponsored by Made in Nature and Sprouts Farmers Market. If you have any questions regarding sponsored posts, please refer to my FAQs or contact me!

         

        OK, I’m ready for summer. Colorado has been doing this weird on and off snowing thing and I’m fully ready for warmer weather and sunny days. Now that the house is FINALLY done and we’re all moved in, N and I are focusing on our eating an exercise habits. I know, I know, New Years was 4 months ago. But better later than never right?

        It’s been so easy to skip breakfast as we get adjusted to our longer commutes that I needed an easy recipe that could be whipped up quickly in the morning and prepped over the weekend. Step in this DELICIOUS Hawaiian Greens Smoothie Bowl! It’s packed full of greens, fiber, fruit, and can be topped with dried fruit and granola to make the ultimate beachy breakfast.

        tropical smoothie bowl made with greens and tropical fruit, topped with dried fruits and coconut

        My favorite thing smoothie bowls is that you can prep them in advance. I like to cut and portion out the ingredients the night before so I can pop them in the blender and make my smoothie bowl in under two minutes in the morning. You could make the smoothie in advance and store in the fridge but for the freshest flavor and maximum nutrients, I would blend right before you’re ready to eat in the morning.

        Of course, you could just have the smoothie plain. But the best part about smoothie *bowls* is the variation in textures you get from the toppings. I topped this bowl with dried cranberries, golden berries, and mangoes from Made in Nature (available at Sprouts Farmers Market), desiccated coconut, and chamomile flowers. Some of my other favorite toppings for this bowl include agave nectar, chia seeds, sliced almonds, macadamia nuts, granola, and sliced kiwis.

        This smoothie bowl isn’t limited to breakfast times either. Because it’s packed with greens, oats, and fruit, it is pretty filling. In fact, I’m totally eating it for dinner while writing this post… 😀 who says smoothie bowls are for breakfast only?

        tropical smoothie bowl made with greens and tropical fruit, topped with dried fruits and coconut

        Hawaiian Greens Smoothie Bowl

        Course Breakfast

        Ingredients

        Smoothie Base

        • 1 cup spinach
        • 1/4 cup baby kale
        • 1 cup pineapple can be fresh or frozen
        • 1 cup mango can be fresh or frozen
        • 1 tbsp spirulina
        • 1/4 cup oatmeal cooked, or instant oats, soaked
        • 1/2 cup coconut water

        Toppings

        • Made in Nature Dried Cranberries
        • Made In Nature Golden Berries
        • Made in Nature Dried Mango
        • granola
        • dried coconut

        Instructions

        1. Add smoothie base ingredients to blender. Blend until smooth. Add a few ice cubes if desired and blend until smooth.

        2. Pour smoothie base into a bowl (bonus points for a reusable glass bowl to take on the go!). Top with toppings as desired!

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