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A Refreshing Breakfast to Start Your Day: Green Grape Smoothie Bowl

Green smoothies are vibrant, trendy, and good for you, too—but I've had my fair share of not-so-tasty blends. I'm all about throwing veggies into the mix, but they have to be balanced by the right mix of ingredients.

Enter green grapes. Not only do they add a gorgeous pop of color, but they also bring a juicy freshness to a spinach-based smoothie. In fact, the juice from the grapes will act as your liquid, helping blend everything together into a healthy one-bowl breakfast.

I topped this smoothie with yogurt chips and chia seeds, but fresh pineapple or coconut flakes would be delicious as well. Enjoy!

Green Grape Smoothie Bowl

Ingredients:

For the Smoothie: 1/2 cup green grapes 1/2 cup fresh baby spinach 1/2 cup frozen pineapple 1/2 frozen banana splash of plain unsweetened almond milk, if needed

Toppings: 1/2 banana, sliced 1 tsp chia seeds 1 tbsp yogurt chips

Combine the first four smoothie ingredients in a blender, and blend until smooth. If the mixture is too thick, add a splash of almond milk until well combined. Pour into a bowl, and top with sliced banana, chia seeds, and yogurt chips.

New to smoothie bowls? Grab some tips at the first post in this series.

Makes 1 serving CALORIES 259; FAT 4.56g (sat 2.85g, mono 0.19g, poly 1.05g); PROTEIN 3.72g; CARB 56.4g; FIBER 5.9g; CHOL 0mg; IRON 1.5mg; SODIUM 25.1mg; CALC 82mg

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