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dragon fruit smoothie bowl is loaded with chia seeds,almonds,chia seeds, maple syrup and pitted dates. absolutely ideal for breakfast or snack. The crunchy seeds and colour are what makes this fruit so special! Smoothie Bowls with Pitaya.

It was only during my 1-month stay in Bali in 2018, that I truly fell in love with dragon fruit smoothie bowls. Just like acai bowls, there is something really special about pitaya bowls. The vibrant pink. Add pitaya, mango, banana, chia seeds, hemp seeds and dragon fruit powder (if using) to a high speed blender. Cover and blend until smooth, adding a small amount of coconut or almond milk as needed to help the mixture blend.

For a thicker smoothie bowl, add as little liquid as possible. Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl Dragon fruit or pitaya smoothie bowl makes a wonderful breakfast bowl that’s packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. To be honest, dragon fruit doesn’t taste like much.

It has a very mild flavour, but I love the gorgeous hot pink colour of this fruit. Instructions Add the frozen fruit to a food processor. Allow to sit at room temperature for about 5 minutes to gently thaw before Add coconut milk, and then process until very smooth and the mixture begins to fluff up.

Use a spoon to push down any chunks of fruit that aren’t processing. This. To a high-speed blender, add frozen dragon fruit, frozen raspberries, banana, protein powder, and dairy-free milk (starting with lower end of range). Blend until creamy and smooth.

Simply blend frozen raspberries, blackberries, dragon fruit, strawberry yogurt, chia seeds, ginger, lime, and milk until smooth. If the mixture is too thick, add a little more milk. If it’s too thin, add more fruit or thicken with more chia seeds. Ingredients.

1/2 cup water. 1/2 cup orange juice (freshly squeezed, if possible) 1 banana, frozen (peel before freezing!) 1 100g packet of frozen dragon fruit (about 1/2 cup frozen puree) 1/2 cup frozen wild blueberries. 1/2-inch piece of fresh ginger (or to taste) 1 large handful fresh baby. If eating fresh, wash the fruit, cut in half, and scoop out the edible flesh. Cut into cubes for use in a smoothie, salad or to eat like a melon.

A simple smoothie with dragon fruit is just the fruit of one blended with 1 cup coconut water and 1 cup mango. Spice it up with fresh ginger. This beautiful bright pink smoothie bowl is powered by pitaya (dragon fruit), a nutrient-packed exotic fruit!

Berries, banana, and pineapple add natural sweetness.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • hiiii I am very sorry and not trying to hate on u but instead try freezing the fruit the night before for a thicker bowl and it might take 2 blends but in the end it is very yummy ��

  • What kind of blender do you use? I’ve never had a blender that would blend that nice. I’m new here btw. Those smoothies look awesome. Looks like icecream.

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