Chai Spice Smoothie Bowl With Mango and Kiwi


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Chai Spice Smoothie Bowl With Mango and Kiwi 1 cup (240 ml) 0% Greek yogurt 1 cup (240 ml) frozen sliced peaches 1 medium frozen banana 2 tablespoons (30 ml) rolled oats 1/2 teaspoon (2.5 ml) cinnamon, plus more for sprinkling 1/4 teaspoon (1.25. Adding the spices to the mango chai smoothie bowl somewhat brings me back How to make mango chai smoothie bowl The ingredients list is short, just a banana, some mango, a bit of fresh ginger, cinnamon, cardamom and some old-fashioned rolled oats for even more fibre and good carbs. You will also need some non-dairy milk of your choice. Vegan Chai Spiced Turmeric Smoothie Bowl recipe with Chia! Packed with healthy fats, anti-inflammatory properties, and full of flavor!

An anti-inflammatory smoothie bowl recipe that will leave you feeling nourished and healthy. Scale 1x 2x 3x Ingredients. 16 oz coconut or almond drinking mil. In the canister of a blender, combine the bananas, mango, kiwi, spinach, Greek yogurt, and almond milk.

Blend until mixture reaches your desired consistency. Pour into a bowl and top with bananas, kiwi, strawberries, granola, or any of your favorite fruits. This pumpkin chai smoothie is made with a handful of ingredients, takes 5 minutes to prepare and gets its wonderful flavor from pumpkin, warming spice, banana and almond milk. It’s perfect for mornings when you’re craving a smoothie but one made with summer fruit. 1½ cup frozen mango chunks. ½ cup frozen pineapple chunks. ½ banana.

1 cup coconut water. Toppings: ½ cup mango and pineapple chunks. ½ cup blueberries. ¼ cup coconut flakes. ¼ cup chai spiced granola. Mango Kiwi Chia Seed Smoothie Bowl (V+GF): a super easy recipe for a light, refreshing and filling smoothie bowl full of mangoes and topped with kiwis. Vegan and Gluten Free.

Have I ever told you guys that Erik and I dream about moving to Hawaii?This healthy chai-spiced strawberry mango smoothie is thick and creamy, subtly sweet and gets depth of flavor from chai spice and vanilla extract. Prep it ahead as smoothie packs for quick and easy smoothies. Prep Time 5 mins. Total Time 5 mins.

Ingredients. 3/4 cup mango chunks (frozen). Ingredients. 1 chai tea bag.

1/2 cup (120ml) unsweetened vanilla almond milk or lowfat milk. 1 medium banana, cut into pieces. 1 cup (245g) lowfat unsweetened vanilla or plain Greek yogurt. 1/2 cup (45g) quick cooking oats. 2 tablespoons ground flax seed.

1/4 cup (40g) chopped mango. 2 tablespoons blueberries. If you liked my pitaya smoothie bowl, you’re gonna LOVE my mango smoothie bowl.Well, that is, if you love mangoes.

But who doesn’t love mangoes? Mango smoothies might just be one of my favorite things – and something I splurged on (a.

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Combine remaining papaya, mango, kiwi fruit, and pineapple in a medium bowl; cover and refrigerate.

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Combined with raspberry and kale, the kiwi in this recipe makes for a healthy and flavorful smoothie.

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  • Can i use ice instead of frozen fruits? I rlly wanna make one but i dont have frozen fruits:( it would be nice if someone replied <3

  • JLINHH COMING THROUGH WITH NOT ONE BUT THREE BANANA FREE SMOOTHIE BOWLS! �� Loved the variety and can’t wait to recreate that Raspberry Lychee and Mango Passionfruit!!

  • Omg tysm for this!! Every other smoothie bowl I couldn’t do because I didn’t buy the 300 dollar blender sorry super nice blender I needed a new phone more than you. xD

  • Hey great video!!! This is awesome just wanted to know for the first one instead of raspberry’s can i just replace them with more strawberry’s? Plz let me know asap!!!!!!!!

  • For the Magic Bullet, you don’t need to press down throughout the whole process. You hold it down and then twist to the side and voila:)

  • I just made your “Birthday Cake” Smoothie today for myself and my 12 year old twin daughters and we all absolutely loved it! It rivals real ice cream!

  • Anyone know where to find those wood/bamboo looking bowls? I’ve been looking for those for a while, I also checked Amazon & can find other ones, not ones that look that good�� Lemme know thanks��

  • Could you do one with stuff I actually would have at home bananas, blueberries, strawberry’s stuff like that would it taste the same

  • Thank you so much for the love on my previous smoothie bowl video (! I received a ton of requests to make an updated one so here it is, finally!! I also took a lot of you guys’ concerns into consideration and tried to incorporate more recipes without bananas! For the ones that have them in there, you can do without it! I also skipped the long intro of me talking and jumped straight to the point. Hope you like them ������ *Everything you need to know is linked in the description above!

  • Yay I love you guys!!! Not just cause of this video because you guys are just awesome!! Thank you for this because I have a magic bullet

  • I love these videos and the recipes that you guys have shown me are now part of my everyday meals! For this particular smoothie, do we need to include the ‘Pitya’ (I’m guessing on the spelling..!) or is not needed? If it is, is there a substitute? Thanks! xx

  • I made this today because my mom accidentally bought pitaya instead of acai! I used a mango, peach, pineapple blend and strawberries. Along with the packet of Pitaya and some tropical juice. It was so so goooddd! and the color was amazing. Thanks for the recipe and tips yall!!

  • Do you guys keep the setting to variable 1 the whole time? Or do you speed it up to a higher setting or pause multiples times to mix everything? I just get worried if I’m overworking my motor too much!

  • I feel like in the only one in the comments who actually has a vitamix and it’s literally the best thing I’ve ever bought. I’ve tried every blender from magic bullet to kitchen aid to ninja. In my opinion vitamix is the only way you can make these perfect smoothie bowls and it’s totally worth the investment.

  • I have the exact blender you can push it down and twist it you can walk away and it will blend but if you go to raw away it could explode

  • me adding barely a teaspoon of milk with my whole cold banana and like two cups of frozen raspberries and it’s still liquid: ������

  • quick tip: i prefer using spinach rather than kale because spinach blends easier and smoother, leaving you with fewer chunks in your smoothie!!

  • for the first one, do i have to put the chia seeds and lemon juice? I dont have that stuff, ill soon get it hopefully! And does the fruit have to be frozen?

  • Did they used almond milk? I couldn’t listen it very well, i’m brazilian and some words are hard for me to get because of the accent

  • I didn’t have a very fancy blender like yours so we had to use our blendtec blender and it didn’t turn out like yours but it was still good

  • Wow I don’t even watch Smoothie Bowl videos yet somehow I just realized we use the same techniques to make ’em, I literally just made one and it’s late ��.

  • my blender don’t blend like dat ;-; i swear i broke my blender trying to blend frozen fruit together and it made a terrible noise that almost gave me a heart attack. never again

  • What I’ve learnt from most of these smoothie videos is that you can have so much fun with it! You can add almost anything you like! And that frozen bananas are the KEY ��

  • Will be trying the pineapple coconut/pina colada smoothie bowl tomorrow (will let you know how it turned out)

    Edit: It turned out good thick not to smooth (instead of “coconut water” I just added the “juice” that a pineapple slices can has and I use can pineapples instead of natural pineapple) it is very good������

  • If I wanted to make them for cups instead of bowls, how much of the liquid should I put? Also what are your suggestions for greens?

  • Please tell me why I was looking up simple smoothie recipes to recreate (bc I just bought a nutribullet��) and I came across this video which now has me SO hyped for the morning when I’m about to make a strawberry mango bowl. ����������❤️shout out to youuuuu ✨

  • I have a question:
    ��For a thick smoothie with the magic bullet blender, does it have to be more than 2 fruits? Or can it be Like 1 banana and some Oreos?
    ��Please answer ��

  • dude you make the cutest bowls! i have a little ninja blender but i’m still going to try to make some. lol i’m about to test my patience haha!

  • My mangoes were slightly raw so the smoothie had a slight tang to it. I didn’t have any mango yogurt so instead I blended some non-frozen mangoes with some sugar and a splash of milk and it turned out amazing…Thank you for the idea!��

  • I don’t know what to do I added some spinach because I didn’t think I would taste it but it came out thin I used all the ingrediants for a smoothie bowl but instead of frozen strawberries I added frozen bananas and it still came out thin idk how to make a thin one

  • Substituting the water with almond milk works great too.. it makes it more smoother and creamier.. also adding Frozen Cauliflower and Spinach is good for nutrients and it doesn’t change the color or taste����

  • I made 2 of the 1st smoothie bowl and I gave one to my mom she said “Omg this is delicious”!and I was really happy with the results it was such a good recipe thank you 10 out of 10.

  • I made the first one, and I didn’t use raspberries, cause we didn’t have them, and we didn’t have chia seeds so we used poppy seeds, it still works great

  • the blender we have at home is $450 and mom got it for free and it makes jam/jelly, soup, purée, sauce, and smoothies. and it’s self washed. y’all. it’s. frickin awesome idrk how we got it free but if y’all have money to spend i recommend it. ��

  • I’m still confused what I’m doing different…… I have the same ingredients and that exact same blender (I’m using regular milk tho since I can’t have almonds)

  • hey! i absolutely love these recipes except my blender is a vitamix and can’t take blending with just fruit and very little liquid! what do i do?

  • i am in an oats for breakfast phase right now but this video made me crave smoothiebowls again so i think i might get back into my smoothie bowl phase

  • hi! i just made the strawberry one and it was delicious. i researched after and some websites say that smoothie bowls can be calorie and sugar bombs. are these ones super healthy? I’m trying to lose weight. thanks!

  • Are these meal replacements? Are these healthy? Can I eat theses on my diet for a flat stomach? And are these vegan? Are all these ingredients easy to find?

  • No body:
    Not even this joke:
    Me: WhEn YoU ScOop le OuTer coRnErs oF le StrAbErRy BoWl itS gonNa OvErFloW
    Also me: and it’s giving me anxiety����:P

  • So helpful all the other smoothie bowl video have no nutrition and they are in natural colors that would make me puke I i was served a neon pink smoothie bowl

  • My way of 2:35thank me later

    1. Orange juice or lemon juice or coconut milk
    2. 1 frozen banana
    3. 1 cup frozen mango
    4. 1 cup frozen pineapple
    1. Coconut flakes
    2. Oatmeal
    3. Freeze dried pineapple
    4. Fresh mango
    5. Fresh raspberries
    6. Fresh oranges
    7. Fresh banana slices
    8. Fresh blueberries

  • How long do you freeze the fruit for? I never get the same consistency as the fruit is rock hard too long or too runny taken out earlier…

  • 1st video I watch & I’m loving it! Thanks for all the tips. Btw, I also loved your tropical metal spoons. May I ask where did you purchase them? Or the brand name? Thanks!

  • I want to do this but my blender takes forever to make it blend then my family get annoyed of the blender so then I have to put yogurt or milk so it can blend but then it turns to watery but it looks so good ��