Acai Berry Bowl
There are so many health benefits of the acai berry. This berry is high in anthocyanin, which is a type of antioxidant that supports lowering cholesterol levels in the blood. Another one of the healthy benefits of the acai berry is their richness in plant sterols that provide protective cardio benefits to our cells. Acai berries are abundantly grown in South America, but if you are in North America your best way to get the health benefits of the acai berry is to purchase frozen acai and use them to make an acai bowl or smoothie.
Place the frozen acai, bananas, and almond milk in a high-powered blender, preferably a Vitamix machine. Blend until fully mixed and has a texture like a very thick smoothie.
Pour the blended mixture into a nice sized bowl, then add sliced banana, strawberries, blueberries, Eatnuts.com Raw Almonds, and granola (Eatnuts.com Blueberry Coconut Gluten Free Granola Recipe) on top.
Serve immediately before it melts, and simply enjoy.
Enjoying an acai bowl is almost like the experience of enjoying a smoothie bowl. The acai bowl has the flavor somewhere between a raspberry and blackberry, and the banana and Eatnuts.com Homemade Almond Milk smooth out the edges, balancing the flavor. The additional textures from the toppings add dimension to the experience of eating the acai bowl. The granola brings in a crunch and sweetness, and the fruits enhance the berry bowl flavoring. Drizzle honey over the top if desired.Healthy Recipes, Almond Recipes, High Fiber Recipes, Brazil Nut Recipes, Gluten Free Recipes, Dried Blueberry Recipes, Breakfast Recipes, Raisin Recipes, Side Dish Recipes, Pumpkin Seed Recipes, Snack Recipes
Gluten free granola beats any healthy cereal brands when you are looking for something healthy to eat for breakfast for you and your family. Why not make your own homemade granola? You can enjoy it as cereal, make homemade granola bars, use it as a topping for yogurt, in an Acai Bowl, or even with some Homemade Almond Milk. Healthy granola is made by substituting certain ingredients with healthier options like coconut oil, maple syrup or honey, and dried fruits with no added sugars.
This simple, homemade healthy granola calls for several ingredients that are nutritionally dense, allowing you to replace any of the nuts or dried fruits with your favorites.
Once you make your own chewy granola bars, you'll never want store bought again!