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Acai Bowl Recipe

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This Acai bowl recipe has become my favorite lunch during the week! Acai bowls are absolutely delicious, packed full of yummy fruit and nutrients (you can even sneak in a little spinach), and they taste amazing! The Acai I use is frozen (I buy it at Whole Foods) and comes in individual packs, which have 12 grams of protein per serving! The best part about acai bowls is that they’re incredibly easy to make… sans the coconut bowl. We had to embellish the presentation for Sugar and Charm of course. I’m not actually eating one out of a coconut everyday! I keep all of my frozen fruit on hand and just toss the ingredients into a blender. Then I top it off with my favorite granola and whatever fresh fruit I have in the fridge that day. They’re different from smoothies since the consistency is a lot thicker and you don’t use regular milk or yogurt, so it doesn’t have that fluffy, smooth texture that a smoothie has. Below is my go-to Acai bowl recipe, but you can add in different frozen fruit or extra powders to suit your own taste!

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Acai Bowl Recipe
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Serves: makes 1 large or 2 medium bowls
 
Measurements Ingredients
  • 1 cupfrozen strawberries
  • 1 cupfrozen blueberries
  • 1 wholeunfrozen banana
  • 1 packetfrozen acai
  • 1/2 cupcoconut milk (or almond milk)
  • 1/2 cupfresh orange juice
Directions
  1. Blend all of the ingredients in a blender, then pour into a bowl.
  2. Top with granola, nuts, coconut shreds or fresh fruit. You can even drizzle a little honey over the top if you want extra sweetness.
   
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5 responses to Acai Bowl Recipe

  1. Patty Ott
    January 16, 2017

    Hi! Your acai bowls look beautiful and delicious! Just wondering….in the ingredients for your recipe you don’t list the frozen acai packets. Do you add a packet to the ingredients listed? Thanks for the clarification!

    1. Eden
      February 19, 2017

      Ahh! Sorry about that! It’s edited now 🙂

  2. Karen
    January 16, 2017

    Was wondering the same about when the acai gets added to the bowl..

  3. January 17, 2017

    Ummm, hello, beautiful food photography!
    That photo absolutely sung to me.

    The recipe sounds easy and delicious too. If I keep the granola out, this is Whole 30 approved! Loving it. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Eden
      January 17, 2017

      That’s awesome Bronnie! Thanks for letting me know about Whole 30! I had a bowl today too… they’re so good and good for you too!! Thanks for the sweet comment 🙂

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