How happy will you be if we told you that you can eat your way to healthy skin? It can’t get easier than this. If you’re a food lover and have been following food trends, you might have stumbled upon yummy-looking smoothie bowls doing the rounds on your social media feeds. These bowls are rich in taste and nutrients and there’s one for your every need, be it weight loss, protein requirement, or just filling your tummy with goodness in the morning.
If you don’t know how to make one for healthy and radiant skin, we’ve got some ideas for you. Check it out...
- # 1 Peach and Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl
- #2 Chocolate Hazelnut Smoothie Bowl
- #3 Mango Kiwi Coconut Smoothie Bowl
# 1 Peach and Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl
How could a super delicious and healthy smoothie bowl like this miss our list? Peaches, peanut butter and nuts, it’s like heaven in a bowl. While peaches are a good source of Vitamin C, peanut butter has an antioxidant called coumarin which prevents acne.
Put 5-6 peach slices, 100ml almond milk and 1 teaspoon of peanut butter, 1 teaspoon cinnamon and some flax seeds in a blender and puree until creamy. Sprinkle some nuts, granola, muesli and peanut butter and enjoy.
#2 Chocolate Hazelnut Smoothie Bowl
Chocolate lovers, rejoice! This bowl gives you the permit to indulge in your decadent fantasy. Chocolate has a solid dose of flavonoids and antioxidants that’s a blessing for skin. Besides lifting your mood, it will help in preventing wrinkles, sun spots and increasing blood flow.
Blend 2 tablespoon cocoa powder, 1 cup milk, ½ cup hazelnuts and 4 teaspoons of honey. Top it with some banana, almond and chocolate chips.
#3 Mango Kiwi Coconut Smoothie Bowl
Start your day with this tropical bowl to feel fresh and healthy all day. Mangoes are rich in vitamins A, C and E plus beta-carotene, making it a source of antioxidants. While kiwi contains skin brightening Vitamin C, coconut milk helps in maintaining elasticity. Plus, mangoes are high in natural sugar so you don’t need any extra sweeteners.
Take 2 Kiwi fruits and 1 whole ripe mango and cut into pieces. Blend it with 100 ml of coconut milk and Greek yogurt until smooth. Top it with granola seeds, chia seeds, cut up mango and kiwi and coconut flakes.