Pitaya Bowl

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Hi, my name is Ari! I'm a wife and mama to a beautiful family. We are a lot a bit dramatic and live life without any dull moments. I love to make healthy and wholesome meals in the kitchen, with a little bit of chocolate cake on the side. My passion is to help others live a healthy lifestyle in all aspects. Whether it's a kale salad, great cardio, waffles on Sunday, or enjoying the crazy moments of wife and motherhood.

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Being the mom of three very girly dramatic divas, I can attest that the color of food has a big play on whether they are willing to try certain foods or not. They even have an opinion on the color of the corresponding plate, spoon, bowl, cup, and everything else, for that matter. I love them so much, but, sometimes, it’s hard finding ways to make things appealing to those big, princess eyes of theirs.

Recently, all the rave has been over acai and pitaya bowls. If you aren’t familiar with them, it’s basically a rich, antioxidant fruit blended into a thick smoothie topped with granola, fruit, and honey. It’s highly addicting! Pitaya, also known as dragon fruit, can be bright pink in color, which, to the eye of a 3-year-old tiara wearer, is amazing! This recipe can be an easy-to-make smoothie or turned into a bowl topped with granola, honey, and bananas.

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Pitaya Bowl

Ingredients

  • ½ cup coconut milk (more if needed to thin out)
  • 1 pitaya smoothie pack (found at local grocer store/health food store)
  • ½ frozen banana
  • ½ cup frozen pineapple

Toppings – optional

  • ½ banana, sliced
  • granola
  • honey

Instructions 

  1. In your Magic Bullet, add all of your smoothie ingredients. Blend until bright, pink, and creamy!
  2. Pour in a cup and sip away, or top with desired toppings and eat with a spoon.

Enjoy!

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