Even though April is a rainy month for us New Englanders, I am happy to see some sunshine finally! As they say, April Showers bring May Flowers. This got me into thinking of new recipes to taste for the warmer months. This smoothie bowl recipe was a spur of the moment breakfast that I have to share with you!
If you have already tried my swamp green smoothie bowl, you know I love thick smoothies. When a smoothie is thick, it feels like more of a meal. Also, it forced me to sit down and eat it rather than chugging it in 5-seconds. Plus, who doesn’t love topping smoothie bowls?
I love this smoothie because it is low sugar, full of antioxidants, and just delicious. A mix of frozen blueberries and raspberries are used to give you that jelly taste. I mean, who doesn’t remember eating a PB&J sandwich?
To give the smoothie are thicker consistency, I used roasted and frozen sweet potatoes and minimal water. The key is to add as little liquid as possible! However, if you prefer to drink it, add as much liquid as you like.
The smoothie measurements follow the low fodmap recommendations to ensure it is in the “green light.” I highly highly highly recommend you get the Monash App as it does all of the work for you. Just type in something you like to eat and bomb it’ll give you the answer.
Before we dive into the recipe, this smoothie bowl can easily be made paleo by switching the peanut butter for almond butter. Ready to dig in?
Peanutbutter & Jelly Smoothie Bowl
This is a refreshing smoothie perfect for Spring that is Low FODMAP and easily made Paleo!
- 1/4 cup Frozen Blueberries (1.41 oz (Low FODMAP))
- 1/4 cup Frozen Raspeberries (2.12 oz (Low FODMAP))
- 3 Chunks Steamed and Frozen Sweet Potato (2.65 oz (Low FODMAP))
- 1/2 cup Frozen Spinach
- 3/4 cup Water or Nut Milk
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- 2 tbsp Peanut Butter
- 2 scoops Collagen Powder (optional)
- 1 tbsp Cacao Powder (optional)
- Throw all of the ingredients into the blender besides the peanut butter.
- Blend until well combined and thick (adjust water if need be to your liking)
- Pour into a glass or bowl and swirl in the peanut butter.
- Add any other toppings you would like, such as cacao nibs, shaved coconut, and so on!
Note: Switch out the peanut butter for another nut butter to make it Paleo!
If you have a food scale, it will be more accurate when measuring your ingredients. I got a cheap one from Amazon to use during my healing processes.
Be sure to share this with your friends, family, or any looking for an easy smoothie idea! I’d love to see your creations of this recipe on Instagram too!