How To Make An Almond Butter Bowl: You’ll Love It For Sure!
Okay… so this post is going to be about one of my obsessions for the past month or so. Almond Butter!
I used to eat almond butter toast every day a year or two back, but I recently bought a new bottle after listening to Trin’s podcast Wellness Cafe. Which, by the way, is my favorite podcast. I listen to her when I go on walks, and on the way to my workouts. Anyways, she talks about her newfound obsession with almond butter, and I was like omg I need to try it again.
So I did. I got a bottle from Costco and made myself an Almond Butter Banana Toast, and you can find the recipe here! But then I heard her talk about smoothie bowls and I was like wait a damn second.
So I got together some simple ingredients, and decided to make something brand new, an almond butter bowl!
Here’s the standard recipe for an almond butter bowl:
- 1 cup to 1.5 cups of yogurt(I use organic plain Verka)
- A spoon of Almond Butter
- Any fruit
- Chia Seeds(Use how much you want)
- Honey(Again, use as much as you want)
- I first scooped the yogurt into a bowl.
- Cut up the fruit, I either use half a banana or apples.
- I then put a scoop of almond butter on the side
- Pour honey all over the contents in the bowl
- And top it off with like 3 spoons of chia seeds.
Word of Advice: If you’re going to take a picture to post, do so before the chia seeds, or else it will look like a bunch of ants(learned from experience).
This is great for breakfast if it’s warm out, and it only takes at most 10–15 mins to make in the morning. Almond Butter and Honey taste soooo good. I haven’t tried it with peanut butter, but let me know how it goes! I personally prefer apples instead of bananas, because they are more crunchy and the tartness goes with the sweet yogurt and honey.
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Till next time,