High-Protein Chai Smoothie Bowl


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Place the first 7 ingredients in a high speed blender (frozen banana through ground cloves) and add in 1/4 cup of water to allow the mixture to start blending. Pulse on high until smooth, adding a little more water if needed. Add just enough ice to reach desired thickness. Meet your new favourite late summer breakfast. This Blueberry Chai Protein Smoothie Bowl is cool and refreshing, but it also features warming spices like cinnamon, ginger, and cardamom.

It’s perfect for cooler summer mornings. When I visited Vancouver last year, I had a long list of restaurants, bakeries, and cafes that I wanted to hit up. Add the nondairy milk, berries, protein powder, almond butter, and ice.

However, these bowls of delicious goodness can be quite healthy, so it’s an absolute win! The key to making healthy breakfast smoothie bowls is to keep sugar content low and nutritional-value high. Many smoothie bowls are high in sugar (even natural sugars from fruit) which can spike blood-sugar levels. Editor’s Tip: Add the milk 1/4 cup at a time to ensure a thick consistency.. Step 2: Top with fresh fruit, nuts, seeds and more.

Divide the smoothie mixture between two bowls. Then, top with your desired toppings. Place strawberries, protein powder, greek yogurt, avocado and ice in a high speed blender and blend for 1 min or until completely smooth.

Add in the maca powder and blend until it is all mixed in Place in bowl and top with crushed walnuts nuts, oats, berries or pumpkin seeds as desired. These high-protein smoothie recipes are made with Greek yogurt, tofu, oatmeal, nut butter, and quality protein powders to keep you full and satisfied for hours. High-Protein Chai Smoothie Bowl. chevron_left PREV: The Secret Behind the Weight G. Kickstart your morning with a smoothie bowl infused with chai. Updated: March 3, 2020 at 10:09 pm. Tags: bowl, fruit salad, parfait, salad, smoothie, vegan Recipe: Appetizing Healthy fresh frozen smoothie.

The vanilla chai flavor comes from the plant-based protein itself, but feel free to add vanilla almond milk or vanilla protein mixed with some chilled chai tea. The combination of hearty spices, with the flavor of the plant-based protein powder and the rest of the ingredients makes this smoothie recipe an incredible symphony of flavors. Add the all ingredients for the chai tea to a pot and simmer for 10 minutes. Strain the chai tea and allow it to cool down to room temperature before you put it into the fridge. Use the cool chai tea and add it together with the smoothie ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.

Serve the smoothie in a glass, enjoy!

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In a blender, combine a single-serve container of nonfat (0%) vanilla Greek yogurt, 1/4 cup unsweetened whey protein powder, 3/4 cup frozen unsweetened mango, and 1/4 cup water.

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It’s also packed with anti-inflammatory spinach, antioxidant rich cacao nibs, and my creamy, protein-packed cashew hemp milk.

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  • These all look amazing but it kills me that she didn’t mix her nut butters before putting them on her bowl. The oil separated and she didn’t stir it back together so the oil was in her smoothie

  • Just an extra tip: If you want a thicker smoothie bowl freeze all the fruits/vegetables, and add less liquid. Another tip if you don’t have an expensive blender, add the frozen fruits and vegetables little by little.

  • I’ve been debating shelling out $$$ for a high-speed blender, so thank you for the food processor tip I am definitely going to try that before buying anything new!

  • these are a bit too runny for a smoothie bowl. I would drink these instead. I use more frozen ingredients and a lot less liquid for mine.
    Otherwise good recipes. I will edit them to fit my preferences.

  • How much chia seeds to add? Is it like a pinch or spoonfuls of it? I never know how much to add… or is it more just for decoration? Thanks

  • My idea is take some frozen bananas and fresh bananas and some milk, cocoa powder and lastly some chocolate syrup. You can add strawberries if you want to!

  • I can change almond milk with fresh milk or UHT milk? I don’t want to diet, just need a healthy food.. It’s measurement for almond milk and fresh milk are same or different?

  • Great video, its great to see that you can make many smoothy bowls. Will give them a go.
    You can freeze your smoothy and have it the next day, with all these flavours you have a few to choose from. Take a look at my vid on how i make mine
    Watch “Acai bowl straight from the freezer” on YouTube

  • As a korean girl, eating this for breakfast sounds like having icecream for breakfast, as most asian breakfasts are savoury �� But I really want to try it ♡♡♡ Yummm

  • Yes weird question, is it possible to make these without a blender? I understand it will take longer, but is it possible? Like we don’t have a blender ( yet, I’m still convincing my parents) but is it possible?

  • yours were actually not smoothie bowls. Smoothie bowls don’t have milk or any extras, only frozen fruit but a bit of water if your blender can’t handle it. those were really runny but really good video:)

  • made the mango one! soooo good, and it made me feel so full and healthy. Don’t know if I can wake up to make it in the morning since my blenders sorta broken and it takes longer but definetlity worth it! skipped out on the avocado but still good

  • So that’s how you can make a smoothie bowl without having a high-speed blender! I hope you enjoyed. Thank to iHerb for sponsoring today’s video. Check out their awesome website https://www.iherb.com/?rcode=CJW878

  • i made a pina colada smoothie today, accidentally added a little too much protein powder, but it was still good. and i broke my box of hemp milk. womp womp.

  • I wonder why she uses almond milk so much (I’m not a fan of the taste, but maybe it’s just me), especially considering soy milk is much more environmentally friendly..if she really likes the taste, ok.
    Iherb is good, what I miss though, is a function to only display vegan products (you can search, but then you get all kinds of things mixed).

  • Thanks Rose, good timing my blender has just developed the sulks so I will have to remember where I put my mini food processor oh there it is!

  • thanks for the idea of putting stuff in bowls instead of carrying around milkshakes all the time. I kind of don’t like textures like the way you were saying I like my Foods really separate. so if they’re all Blended in one thing I’m fine but I don’t like to feel pieces in my mouth in my ice cream or pudding I think I could handle the Chia or ground flax and then the nut butter but everything else would have to go in the blender as a food processor. I may not even use the protein powder cuz I don’t think I need it. But thanks for the idea if I did need a boost. And thanks for the idea of putting things in a bowl because I’m kind of lazy lately hey wait what channel am I watching? and plopping it in a bowl to seems like a great idea seems more like a meal. so thank you! PS yes you’re looking Fab as always I wish I had somebody to do my hair for me mine went about 2,000 miles away LOL my bestie we did each other’s hair. take care Rose!��

  • How to make a non-açai bowl… It still looks delicious but at no point did you show adding in açai powder or açai sorbet. The base will be purple

  • I usually use my huge ninja blender lol didnt think of using the food processor. Thank you for the tip, I’ll definitely try it that way next time. ����

  • Passe faire un tour sur mon blog, j’ai rediger une succulente recette du bowl healthy


  • Never thought of using my food processor for my bowls! I always use the blender and I have to put more liquid in cause my blender sucks. I will be trying this in the morning!!! Thank you❤️

  • These smoothie bowl recipes are really great. I love these smoothie bowl recipes. Thanks for sharing these recipes with all of US. Even i have an article on how to make smoothie bowl as well. Grab a look at the recipe:

  • This channel help me decide to start a vegan channel of my own. Now I’m over 20k subscribers. Much love, Friend. =) #animalrights #PlantBasedDiet

  • I’m not a smoothie person, but this looks delicious!:) My son’s allergic to pineapple, though, so gonna have to replace it with something. I’m thinking mango?

  • i only found out about your channel a few days ago thanks to a friend and i am already so so in love with you!! You’re such a sweet sunshine

  • The recipe is nice. The constantly moving camera with its clicking noises is extremely annoying. I had to stop watching what you were doing and just listen before it gave me motion sickness.

  • That looks so good i want a smoothie bowl now, that one in particular �� bc blueberries are my jam ������ that’s awesome to know that food processor’s can be used for smoothies i always thought you just used a blender

  • This is very hard to watch the camera work is not that great it keeps going out of focus u need to use manual focus not auto sorry for the Criticism other then that great vid and will definitely be making this��

  • Well you really make very healthy and very delicious meals but somewhere every person can’t afford or are not availabe but i loved your this meal

  • Really digging these types of videos…shows a more versatile and friendlier side. Plus these look like really good recipes to try! thanks for sharing!

  • oh my god this honestly came perfect timing, i was so ready to have some sweet thing, just made this instead and wow so freaking good!

  • Nice vídeo Heba!! Glad to see that you’re posting new contente in your channel and still making it natural and raw. Sugestions for new vídeos: Superfoods, Protein powder, good foods post workout. Keep the good work and goob vibes:)

  • Ooo that looks soooo good….I wonder how that would be if I freeze it and have it like a frozen yogurt ��…..LMFAO I wanted to make preworkout popsicle the other day but never got around to it…but back to this acai bowl it looks ��…..love you Heba ��