Hello everyone, so today I wanted to share my recipe for a Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl. But first I wanted to address the bigger change that has happened so as you can probably tell because you are already here I have changed the name of my blog and have moved it over to a new domain. I have changed a lot in the past year and I no longer felt comfortable posting on my old blog. It is a big part of the reason I have been stuck in a creative slump for over a month now. I felt like the account I was growing no longer supported my future goals of being a nutritionist and owning a business.
I can actually imagine this being the name I can use for that and it makes me feel much more confident posting here! There are other reasons and I’m planning on doing a bigger Instagram post explaining more reasons why soon! Change can be a scary thing in the beginning but its normally for good. Now that I’m in this new space I can get to work on some projects I have been planning. At the moment they are just little seeds in the preliminary stages but I hope they can grow into something really good which can potentially help some of you in the future!
Now without further ado, let’s get on to the recipe! This chocolate and peanut butter smoothie bowl is the perfect breakfast or sweet treat for the heatwave at the moment. The frozen bananas and peanut butter make the smoothie bowl really creamy. It’s like eating chocolate ice cream for breakfast! You could leave the bowl plain but I wanted to add lots of toppings to make it extra delicious but obviously, you don’t have to for a more everyday breakfast. This is a pretty extravagant looking breakfast but don’t worry, not all of my recipes are going to be like this.
- 4 bananas (about 350-400g)
- 2 Tbsp cacao powder
- 2 Tbsp peanut butter
- 2 Tbsp ground flax seed
- 1 cup (250ml) coconut milk (from a carton not canned coconut milk!)
- Peanut butter
- Coconut shreds
- Edible flowers
- Place all of the ingredients in food processor and blend until everything is smooth.
- Divide between two bowls and top with peanut butter, chocolate, berries and coconut shreds.
- You can also top with edible flowers if you want to make it extra special.
- Serve immediately.
If you make the recipe please use the hashtag #nutritiouslydelicia and #NDcommunity and tag me in it!