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Treat yourself with this blueberry acai bowl that is dairy free, healthy and full of antioxidants. This blueberry banana smoothie bowl with acai powder is perfectly thick and creamy from the addition of banana and coconut cream. Top with some granola, shredded coconut and hemp seeds for a delicious and textured crunch to make the best acai powder smoothie bowl with blueberries and banana. And now for the acai smoothie bowl recipe!
Blueberry Acai Bowl
2 cups frozen blueberries
1/2 cup coconut cream
2 tbsp acai powder
*Place all ingredients into a glass pitcher, large mason jar or container then blend using an immersion blender
*Serve in your favorite smoothie bowl or cup and sprinkle with granola, shredded coconut and hemp seeds to enjoy this delicious homemade acai smoothie bowl recipe.
How to make a smoothie bowl thick
If your wondering how to make a smoothie bowl thick and creamy like this blueberry banana smoothie bowl the key is to use and immersion blender and add in as little liquid as possible. This vegan blueberry smoothie bowl with acai powder only has coconut cream added as the only liquid which results in a thick smoothie bowl.
When using an immersion blender you don't need to add in as much liquid as a regular blender requires to actually get the blueberry banana smoothie to blend together nice and thick.
Acai bowl benefits
Acai powder and blueberries are full of antioxidants that help to counter the affects of free radical damage and inflammation in the body, thus slowing down the aging process and preventing diseases that are associated with excess inflammation in the body.
As with everything balance is key and the body needs the ability to both inflame as it is a healing response to an injury or irritation along with the ability to anti-inflame. With excess inflammation being at the root of many chronic conditions it is so important to obtain antioxidants in the diet.
It is also necessary to look at what is causing inflammation such as inflammatory foods (gluten, alcohol, dairy and soy are common inflammatory foods), toxins in the environment, stress, infections etc.... and take action to avoid and limit your stressors while increasing the intake of anti oxidant rich foods
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