Aktualisiert: 10. Mai 2020
A new day - A new Smoothie Bowl. With only 400kcal (without decoration), but still pimped with a pinch of protein, this bowl is the perfect start to achieve your beach body goals in Corona times.
Preparation time: 2 min
I usually treat myself with a Smoothie Bowl every second day, because I'm simply in love with them. I recommend you highly to remember to buy frozen fruit with every grocery shopping to give free rein to your creativity and your ravenous appetite when it comes over you again. With these frozen fruits, you can actually conjure up any bowl you usually can find on Bali <3 My standard shopping list for the telecommunications sector: Frozen berry mix Frozen raspberries and/or blueberries Frozen Mango Frozen spinach and/or kale
Frozen bananas are also a must, but it is also possible to cut ripe bananas, for example if you have bought too many of them, and put them in a Tupperware box in the freezer. If you already have a lot of frozen components, like in the "Pink Protein Smoothie Bowl", you can also use non-frozen bananas. Today I left it up to you to decide which toppings to use, depending on your calorie requirements and your goal. Since some people pay more attention to their carbohydrate intake than others, I didn't want to let the fructose content shoot up unnecessarily by adding more fruit and oatmeal.
1 handful of frozen raspberries (100g) 1 handful of frozen mango (100g) 1 banana (approx. 100g) 1 measuring cup (30g) Vegan Blend Vanilla (soy - rice - bean) 200ml coconut milk (milk not cream)
Throw the frozen fruit with the milk into a blender jug. Let it all celebrate for one minute at full level. Now add the banana and the protein powder first, and pass through the blender for another minute. Ready is the pink magic bowl. If you want more calories in the form of healthy fatty acids, I recommend using Chia seeds or coconut flakes as a topping. If you want healthy fatty acids and more protein, nut butter could be your solution. If you want more carbohydrates, I recommend oatmeal or fresh fruit.
The macro and micro nutrient distribution
Sugar (from fruits): 44g
Vitamins: A, B, C!!
Minearls: Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Potassium
Raspberries are rich in vitamins A, B and C, have anti-inflammatory effects and contain tons of minerals. The mango also has a high vitamin A, B, C content and contains, among many other minerals, a high potassium content, which also applies to the banana (1). Potassium is involved in the regulation of the water-electrolyte balance and it regulates the balance of acids and bases. It is also needed for the functions of the heart and circulation, nerve stimulation, muscle contractions, kidneys and enzymes. This is particularly interesting for athletes, as this mineral ensures, among other things, that carbohydrates are stored in the muscle cell. For this reason, athletes should ensure that there is an adequate balance of magnesium and potassium before or after a sports session. Therefore, the classic banana is often recommended after training. Dried banana is even more suitable here. As always, I am looking forward to receiving pictures of you and feedback of any kind :) Have a look at Insta: mynutrtionblog_org to not miss any new inspirations.
(Bali 2019 - Canggu - Betelnut Cafe - highly recommend to check this place out! Its heaven!!) See you later <3 Konni