No Added Sugar Smoothie Bowls
“Low sugar” doesn’t have to mean bland, tart, or artificial. These smoothie bowls get all the sugar needed from frozen berries and a light drizzle of honey. The cold-pressed juice is key to adding nutrients and enough liquid to blend your berries without overloading on sugar.
When I had morning sickness during my first pregnancy, these smoothie bowls were all I wanted to eat for breakfast every day, even though it was winter!
- ¼ cup cold-pressed juice (try Evolution Fresh or Trader Joes’ cold-pressed juice)
- ¼ cup plain greek yogurt (I like whole milk yogurt because the fat is actually good for you and helps you stay full)
- 1 cup mixed frozen berry blend (I use a blend of strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries)
- your favorite granola to sprinkle on top
- fresh toppings of your choice: sliced bananas, pomegranate seeds, fresh berries, and pineapple are my favorites. I didn’t have any for this picture, but fresh pineapple on time takes it to the next level!
I use a Vitamix for a smooth texture, but any blender will do the trick. Blend the juice, yogurt, and frozen berries together until they are well pureed. Pour into a medium sized bowl and add your favorite toppings. Drizzle with a little honey and eat it before it melts!