Su­per smoothie bowl with fresh fruit.

Better Homes and Gardens (Australia) - - Novem­ber Con­tents -

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Wake up your break­fast

Give your brekkie an over­haul

Pick your favourite su­per­food pow­der to boost your bowl. You’ll love the fresh and frozen fruit combo, too!

Prepa­ra­tion time 10 mins plus 30 mins chilling

Cook­ing time nil

Serves 2

½ cup Greek-style yo­ghurt

½ cup crushed ice

1 large ba­nana, chopped, frozen ½ cup frozen berries (try mixed

berries, blue­ber­ries or rasp­ber­ries) 80ml milk

1 tsp ground cin­na­mon Honey, to taste

1 cup chopped or whole mixed fresh fruit (try ba­nana, rasp­berry, straw­berry, blue­berry, pome­gran­ate, ki­wifruit or fig) Ed­i­ble flow­ers, to gar­nish Mi­cro lemon balm sprigs, to gar­nish Pow­dered su­per­foods, to serve

(see be­low)

STEP 1 Put two bowls in freezer to chill for 30 min­utes. Mean­while, put yo­ghurt, ice, frozen ba­nana and berries, milk, cin­na­mon and a lit­tle honey in a high-speed blender. Process on high un­til pureed.

STEP 2 Spoon into chilled bowls. Top with fresh fruit, ed­i­ble flow­ers and lemon balm. Serve with honey to driz­zle and su­per­foods to sprin­kle.

NOTE We used Nat­u­ral Health Com­pany Skinny Greens, $33.90 (160g), and Nat­u­ral Health Com­pany Skinny Berries – $33.90 (160g), nat­u­ral­health­com­pany.com.au

Rasp­berry Mixed berry Blue­berry

Su­per smoothie bowl with fresh fruit

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