Easy Smoothie Breakfast Bowl Recipe

Melon Berries Cereal Bowl

What is so special about this breakfast cereal bowl recipe? So many things!!!

To start, we are going to be using a melon or cantaloupe as the base, so excited about this because you get to eat it after you are done with the cereal.

This recipe uses berries as substitute for milk. When following a plant-based diet you can use other milk substitutes like Almond milk, hemp milk, coconut milk, etc. But nothing is better than some homemade fruit juices, especially when you use the whole fruit to make them.

Using frozen berries make this cereal refreshing, and with the melon, it adds so much sweetness to it that you can use healthier cereals like corn flakes, sprouted whole grain cereals, or rice cereal.

The goal of this recipe is to reduce the number of processed foods and added sugars for breakfast while making it appealing to everyone in the family (even small children).

Add chia seeds, hemp seeds, flax seeds, or any other superfoods you can think of like goji berries, etc.

If you want to add even more sweetness to it, then use raisins as a topping.

This breakfast is so versatile, you can combine so many ingredients and make it as filling as you want.

At the end, I chop the cantaloupe shell and peel off the leftover fruit and either eat it on the spot or save it as a snack for later in the day.

If you are just starting your healthy eating journey, then definitely download my 5 quick substitutions for your healthy eating makeover, is super simple and these small changes will have a huge impact on your overall health and well-being.

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Breakfast Smoothie Berries Bowl Recipe

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Breakfast Smoothie Bowl
This delicious breakfast smoothie bowl is something your family will love. Using melon and frozen mixed berries you have a refreshing, and filling breakfast that takes about 10 minutes to prepare. No cooking needed, just get your melon and fruits ready to roll. Enjoy!
Berry breakfast smoothie bowl
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Prep Time 10 minutes
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Berry breakfast smoothie bowl
  1. Wash the melon and cut the ends so it can sit flat
  2. Remove the seeds and take out most of the pulp
  3. Blend the melon pulp with the cup of frozen mixed berries
  4. Pour the smoothie into the almost empty melon halves
  5. Add the cereal, chia seeds, and raisins
  6. Serve cold and enjoy!
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