Blueberry, Kale, and Pineapple Smoothie Bowl

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If you’re familiar with smoothie bowls, then you know that there are wide variety of types of bowl as well as a never-ending list of ingredients to choose from. Smoothie bowls are an excellent way for you to get all of the nutrients in an easy to digest dish, but where do you begin? This article is recommending a smoothie that you might really love. The Blueberry, Kale, and Pineapple Smoothie Bowl will deliver some great nutrition along with some other very useful properties in the form of a delicious dessert. If you continue reading along, you’ll find some facts about why it’s good for you, and everything you need to make one yourself.

Why You Should Try It

Kale is a versatile and high nutrition leafy green plant. When it’s paired with other fruits and vegetables, it usually loses much of its bitter taste, but retains its payload of antioxidants and important nutrients that the body uses to replace old and dead cells. It is also high in vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, iron and more. It is extremely healthy for the heart, and can help stimulate the liver. Pineapple is amazing because of its ability to aid digestive actions. It also supports the formation of healthy bones, and eyesight.

The seeds in this smoothie are very high in protein, among the highest in the seed world. These powerful protein packages also contain omega 3 fatty acids that fight inflammation and aging.

How to Make This Smoothie Bowl

½ cup kale or spinach
1 ½ cups frozen blueberries
½ cup juice
½ cup ice
½ cup pineapple
¼ cup granola
2 Tbsp. pumpkin seeds
1 Tbsp. flax seeds
Honey, for drizzling

To make this smoothie bowl, begin by blending up your frozen blueberries, choice of juice, ice, and kale or spinach. You can then choose your toppings, like flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, and granola.

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