Pitaya Peach Power Smoothie Bowl
Gorgeous, healthy morning fuel! Pitaya Peach Power Smoothie Bowl is loaded with antioxidants, protein, and fresh flavor. Allergen free and easy to make!
PITAYA PEACH POWER SMOOTHIE BOWL ALL THE WAY!
I’ve been making smoothies and smoothie bowls on repeat all month long and I’m pretty much head over heels in love with this bowl. Smoothie bowls are my favorite, as they are an easy healthy breakfast, lunch or post workout snack. And there are so many ways to whip them up!!
This beautiful Pitaya Peach Power Smoothie Bowl is a delicious way to get lots of fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. And it tastes like a dessert treat!
But if you know me, you know I like to sneak in a few secretly healthy ingredients. So I added frozen riced cauliflower and a handful of kale for extra antioxidants and anti-inflammatory agents. I also added Good Karma Dairy Free Yogurt and Good Karma Unsweetened Flaxmilk + Protein.
Good Karma’s flax milk has 1,200 mg of Omega-3s per serving, which is important because they are essential for human health and our bodies can’t make them on their own. It’s also smooth, creamy and delicious. And get this – it has as much calcium and vitamin D as dairy milk.
Good Karma is such a cool company too! They truly have a passion for activating and inspiring goodness. I absolutely love their message that the rippling effect of relatable and meaningful acts of goodness starts with small drops of positive energy that they aim to activate and inspire — not only as a brand, but also as people with good hearts.
It starts with small drops of positive energy and the creating of flaxseed-based milks, drinkable yogurts and yogurts that are all allergen friendly and free of nuts, dairy and soy. Because of the flaxseed, Good Karma products are full of good-for-you Omega-3 healthy fats. Plus, they’re neutral in taste, versatile, creamy and downright delicious.
And some of you may be wondering what gives this bowl such a stunning color – it’s Pitaya or Dragon Fruit. The Pitaya has become more and more popular within the past few years. Pitaya was first discovered in Central America hundreds of years ago. They were first named Pitaya until they reached Asia where they were renamed Dragon Fruit. Photo via Pitaya Plus.
Some key Dragon Fruit benefits are that it is high in magnesium, essential B vitamins, fiber and packed full of antioxidants. Like Good Karma, it is also excellent for allergy relief. Frozen pitaya (dragonfruit) smoothie packs are available in most grocery stores in the frozen fruit area. If you’re unable to find pitaya, try using an acai smoothie pack, which have also become readily available.
For those of you a little worried about the added cauliflower and kale in this recipe. Trust me on this one… it’s a winner! And you can’t even taste the veggies. The cauliflower just adds a creamy element, as well as packing in more veggie goodness to present you with a complete meal.
Enough said, Pitaya Peach Power Smoothie Bowl anyone?!
When it comes to toppings, a few of my favorites include:
Toasted unsweetened finely shredded coconut
Nuts – I used raw pistachios
& Fresh fruit
I also think coconut butter, almond butter, or even a crumbled-up Paleo Lemon Blueberry Muffin would be amazing! Dream big, people – the options are endless.
I accept the fact that some people may not be into cauliflower or kale in their smoothies and smoothie bowls. And that’s okay with me. But don’t say no before you give it a try, okay? You’re going to love this colorful smoothie bowl! It’s:
Fun to make
Gorgeous to look at
And delicious to eat!
I hope you guys LOVE this recipe and make it your own.
If you give it a try, let me know by leaving a comment and don’t forget to take a picture and tag it #kimscravings on Instagram so we can be smoothie bowl buds. Enjoy!
Gorgeous, healthy morning fuel! Pitaya Peach Power Smoothie Bowl is loaded with antioxidants, protein, and fresh flavor. Dairy free and easy to make!
- 1/8-1/4 cup Good Karma Unsweetened Flaxmilk + Protein (use about 3/4 cup, if making a smoothie instead of a smoothie bowl)
- 1/2 cup chopped kale or spinach
- 1 medium ripe banana (peeled, sliced and frozen)
- 1 frozen pitaya pack (acai would work, as well)
- 1/2-1 cup frozen peach slices
- 1/2 cup frozen riced cauliflower
- 4-6 ice cubes + more to achieve desired consistency
- 2 scoops collagen peptides or protein powder (optional)
- 1/4-1/2 cup Good Karma Dairy Free Yogurt (optional)
- frozen and fresh fruit
- shredded toasted unsweetened coconut
- Good Karma Dairy Free Yogurt
- nut/seed butters
Place all smoothie/smoothie bowl ingredients into a high speed blender and blend until smooth. Add more liquid and/or ice cubes as needed for desired consistency.
In my opinion, smoothie and smoothie bowl recipes are just a guide. Use as much or as little of the ingredients listed. If you don't like something I have listed or don't have it on-hand, leave it out. And feel free to add any favorites that I didn't list. Enjoy!
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Something to think about….
What are your favorite smoothie bowl add-ins?
This post is sponsored by Good Karma. As always, all opinions are my own.