This dairy-free, paleo and AIP Strawberry Avocado Smoothie Bowl is super creamy and thick and filled with satiating healthy fats, protein and leafy greens.
This AIP Strawberry Avocado Smoothie Bowl is one of my absolute faves. It’s super creamy and thick without any banana and is sure to keep you satiated for hours.
If you’re following the autoimmune paleo protocol, you are probably no stranger to eating leftover dinner for breakfast. I’ve always found this to be one of the easiest ways to get the most nutrient density into my first meal of the day, and it takes some of the brain work out of deciding what to eat on busy mornings. But sometimes I do want a sweeter breakfast. This smoothie does the trick and is SO yummy.
Preparing your AIP Strawberry Avocado Smoothie Bowl
One of the keys to a good smoothie bowl is adding your ingredients to your blender in the right order. As a general rule, you want to begin by adding your high-moisture foods (think liquids) to the blender. Then, layer in your solids, leaving frozen foods/fruit and ice for last.
To make this bowl, begin by adding the coconut milk, water and vanilla extract to your blender. Next, add your cinnamon, tigernut flour, AIP-compliant protein powder or collagen, and unsweetened, shredded coconut. Top this with your spinach, coconut butter and fresh avocado. Finally, the frozen stuff – frozen strawberries followed by ice. These heavier frozen items push your other ingredients down and help create that vortex for a perfectly blended smoothie bowl.
Feel free to top your smoothie bowl with additional fruit, unsweetened coconut flakes or AIP compliant granola.
This is so delicious you’ll want to slurp it all down, but remember to “chew” your smoothies. That is, intentionally mix it around with your salivary enzymes a bit before swallowing for optimal digestion :).
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