Smoothie bowls are easy to prepare and have been gaining popularity for some time now. But they are not only suitable as a healthy breakfast. You can also use them to quickly mix up delicious protein bites with just a few ingredients, which you can take anywhere as a high-fibre snack.
Smoothie bowls started out as a trend, but by now they have almost established themselves as a breakfast classic. Their name has evolved from the fact that the dish is consumed from a bowl. The special thing about the bowl is that one of the basic ingredients is best processed frozen. This makes it particularly creamy.
So it’s almost a smoothie – but the base is usually oat porridge or chia seeds mixed with water, juice or milk and fruit.
We chose the Verival Strawberry-Raspberry Porridge Smoothie Bowl with freeze-dried berries and chia seeds as the base for our recipe. Just add dates, almond paste and agave syrup – and you have all the ingredients for the vegan and gluten-free Strawberry Protein Bites.
Here you can find the exact step-by-step preparation:
Eating the right food before exercise is crucial to your training success, whether you want to lose weight, build muscle or maximise your endurance.
These small, easy-to-digest bites combine complex carbohydrates and plenty of plant-based protein. This makes them an ideal pre-workout meal.
It’s best to store the Protein Bites in an airtight container in the fridge. You can also freeze them. They will keep for a long time. Because they are so small, you only need to take the desired amount out of the freezer shortly before eating.
Have fun making them and enjoy!
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