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Strawberry Peach Banana Smoothie Bowl

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One area of my life where I feel like I could always do better is nutrition; especially where my kiddos are concerned. Mornings are the hardest because they’re the most hectic part of our day. Trying to pull together a breakfast that they’ll enjoy, I’ll enjoy, and that contains some semblance of nutrition is a challenge. With a new year underway, I’ve recommitted to ensuring I provide nutritious breakfasts for my family. One way I’ve started doing this is with morning smoothie bowls. My kiddos love these smoothie bowls and my daughter even calls it breakfast ice cream, ha! The Strawberry Peach Banana Smoothie Bowl has become a favorite around here and we enjoy them at least twice a week. Since discovering wanu water, I’ve revamped the recipe a little to include the nutrient rich water into the blend. Mom level up!

I start by tossing some frozen strawberries, bananas, and peaches into my food processor.

Then I add in some wanu water in the Peach Passion flavor. I love adding these to my kiddo’s morning smoothie bowls. wanu water has a touch of natural sweetness thanks to the monk fruit, which sweetens foods and drinks without the harmful effects of sugar. wanu also includes tons of essential nutrients like B1, B3, B5, B6, B12, K, Folic Acid, Biotin, Fiber, and antioxidant Vitamin E. I love that the added fiber aids my picky kids digestion and that they’re getting all these hidden vitamins while enjoying a tasty treat.

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I flip the processor onto high and let it slice and dice those frozen fruit nuggets for me for several minutes until it reaches a texture that’s just between a smoothie and sorbet. Since this is a smoothie bowl, I prefer a thicker texture for optimum spoonfuls, ha! Once the fruit reaches my desired consistency, I spoon it out into a bowl.

I top the smoothie bowls with some of my kiddo’s favorite toppings like coconut flakes, granola, and some fresh banana slices. The result is a Strawberry Peach Banana Smoothie Bowl that looks just as good as it tastes. My kiddos can’t hardly wait to dig their spoons into the tasty vitamin-infused fruit (thanks, wanu water!) whenever I make these tasty bowls for them.

wanu water is available at my local Vons store and I always grab a few of each of their tasty flavors: Passion Peach, Kiwi Cucumber (this one is so refreshing!), and Watermelon Raspberry.

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