Mango Smoothie Bowl

19th recipe in the 50 Shades of Summer

While growing up milkshakes during summer had been a common occurrence, but when I heard about a smoothie in a bowl was so unreal and fascinating at the same time. I simply had to try it out

Since I wanted to continue with the mango saga, and I wanted to make something with mango and I had the chia seeds left from the falooda and thought I would combine the craving and the fascination and make a mango smoothie bowl.

It’s like a party of flavours when you actually have a spoon full of the smoothie. It has the tangy sweet flavours of the mango along with the bitter of the walnut and a different kind of sweet from the almonds; this along with the crunch of the chia seeds and the dry fruits.

Mango Smoothie Bowl

The day I make the smoothie bowl, I ended up having this for breakfast, and might I add it was quite filling and had me going until lunch that day.

Here is the recipe for the delicious Mango Smoothie bowl.

Mango smoothie bowl

Summary

  • Cuisine: global vegetarian
  • Yield: 1 helping
  • Course or type: breakfast
  • Preparation Time: 10
  • Difficulty: beginner

Ingredients

1 Mango
1/2 cup Milk
1 teaspoon Chia Seeds
1 teaspoon melon seeds
3 whole walnuts (broken into pieces)

Steps

  1. Peel the mango and cut it into large chunks and add it into a blender along with the milk.
  2. Blend for about 30 seconds or until there are no chunks. Transfer to a bowl
  3. Garnish with chia seeds, melon seeds and walnuts. Serve Cold

Notes:

  • I like the tangy sweet flavour of the smoothie, if you think it’s too sour for your taste, please feel free to add some sugar to the smoothie while blending.

Do let me know if you try it out 🙂 You can either leave a comment here or you could write to me on myfoodchakra[at]gmail.com. Don’t forget to follow the blog if you haven’t done it already 🙂

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