MANGO SMOOTHIE BOWLS
- 1-1/2 cups frozen mango portions;
- 1/2 cup frozen pineapple pieces;
- 1 banana, previously sliced and frozen;
- 1/2 teaspoon freshly grated ginger;
- 1/2 -3/ 4 cup almond or coconut milk ;
toasted almonds or other nuts.
Method of preparation:
To a high powered blender, add the frozen mango, pineapple, banana, ginger, and almond/coconut milk (start with 1/2 cup and add more if required). Mix until extremely thick and velvety. You may require to stir it one or two times in between to assist it along! Put into a bowl and embellish with your preferred toppings!
For this smoothie mix dish, I made use of a mixture of icy mango portions, icy banana, icy pineapple chunks, newly grated ginger (such a game changer!), as well as a coconut milk/almond milk mix! It seriously tastes so summery as well as exotic. This mix would certainly even be delicious spiked! Except for breakfast though … probably not the best idea.
Don’t ALSO get me begun on the toppings. Kiwi slices, fresh mango, blueberries, raspberries, banana, chia seeds, chocolatey granola, as well as shredded coconut. So so good! Feel free to make use of whatever toppings you like. Go bananas!
If you have never made a shake bowl previously, the secret is to utilize as little liquid as possible. And also frozen banana makes it SO velvety. Relying on your mixer and how icy your fruit is, you should only have to add 1/2 -3/ 4 mug of milk. Simply be patient with it as well as stir it around a pair times in between the mixing procedure to assist it along if demand be!
I also usually include collagen powder or a scoop of protein powder to my shakes to aid with message exercise recuperation, and also I usually include a pair of huge handfuls of spinach or kale. You could do that with this one as well!
A light breakfast before a colonoscopy suggests do not over-eat. You can have practically anything you would typically consume, in a smaller sized portion. It would not be recommended to go to a buffet in the morning of your light breakfast.
Please avoid veggies of any kind. This consists of but is not limited to, mushrooms or onions in an omelet, tomato or carrot juice, or sweet potato toast. Vegetables do not digest extremely well before a colonoscopy, which may avoid effective bowel preparation.
A light breakfast can consist of:
toast with butter or jam
a little part of skinless chicken/turkey or fish
As long as you prevent vegetables and do not over-eat, your food option for a light breakfast must be fin