Easy, Dairy-Free Smoothie Bowl

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I crave smoothies all year round- even if it’s negative 30 degrees outside. I’m not dairy-free, but I want to do my best to include everyone. With that said, I’m going to show you a super simple dairy free smoothie bowl that you can enjoy in minutes!

*None of the products listed are sponsored. They just happen to be products I like and have purchased.

I didn’t want to put ice in my smoothie, so I used Good & Gather frozen fruit chunks. Your smoothie won’t be watered down; freezing your own fruit is super easy.

In this mix, I used 1 bowl full of pineapple, strawberry, mango, and dragon fruit chunks.

Measure out 1 cup of any almond milk of your choice. Or, fill the bottom of the blender to the .25 liter mark. You can use any dairy free alternative, but I like the almond taste in my smoothies. After adding the almond milk, add the fruit into your blender a little bit at a time, so the blender doesn’t get clogged up every 5 seconds. Blend the milk and fruit until there are no more chunks.

For a thicker smoothie, add in a dairy free yogurt.

Flax seeds are a must in my smoothies and protein balls. There are so many health benefits surrounding flax seeds. These seeds have lots of fiber, heart health support, digestive support, and so much more! You can either grind these yourself, or buy them already ground in the store.

I only added in 1tsp of flax seeds into the blender, only because I also used one Mama Chia Chia Squeeze snack pack. Mama Chia snack packs have 1200mg of Omega 3s; otherwise I would Normally put in 2 Tablespoons of flax seeds.

Add in flax seeds, and if you choose to do so, one chia seed snack pack. Blend until everything is evenly mixed together.

Now we have a dairy free smoothie bowl ready to enjoy!

Add Pecans for a crunchy bonus.

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