Oh hiiiiii! I never see you guys on Sundays so this is definitely out of the norm but isn’t it a nice surprise? It’s at least a pretty surprise!
I think pitaya smoothie bowls were made for me. The COLOR is extraordinary. It’s the prettiest food (drink?) I’ve ever seen and I want to forever make these because they just brighten my day. As I’m blending this in the blender, all I can do is smile. Everything gets jostled around and then all you see the contents do is start turning this bright bright pink. It’s GORGEOUS! Almost too pretty to eat!
This entire week, I don’t know what’s been up with us but we’ve missed our alarms every single day. You would think that we would learn from the previous day but nope, we have woken up like 50 minutes after our alarms have gone off and panicked every single time. I hate not having my morning routine and not being able to ease into the early mornings. Winston gets thrown for a loop too because we’re like rushing around to try to get him outside and to eat and all that jazz before we have to go to work/sign on for work. Gah! Hopefully we’ll be better this week after the Labor Day break.
Smoothies and smoothie bowls are the best for crazy rushed mornings, especially this pitaya smoothie bowl because the color will just brighten up your day immediately! If you don’t have time to sit down to eat a smoothie bowl, simply omit the toppings and just pour the smoothie in an insulated to-go cup and head on out and start your bright day!
Grab a spoon and have at it!
This pitaya smoothie bowl is almost too pretty to eat! ALMOST!
- 1 cup almond milk
- 1 pitaya pack
- 2/3 cup frozen fruit (I used a mixture of pineapple peaches, and mangoes)
- Optional toppings: almond butter fresh fruit, coconut flakes, granola
- Add the almond milk, pitaya pack, and frozen fruit into a powerful blender. Blend until smooth. If you like your smoothie on thicker side, add more frozen fruit. If you like your smoothie on the thinner side, add more almond milk/liquid.
- Top with your favorite toppings.