Last updated on November 16th, 2020 at 03:35 pm
So naturally I hated them.
I’m one of those people who hate trends, be it a food trend, technology, fashion – I just don’t understand why a cult like that is needed. My philosophy is:
- for food – eat what’s healthy and tastes good
- for technology – use what works for you best
- for fashion – wear what makes you look good
When I see something exploding – I start not liking it. This happened with chia seeds and quinoa and it’s still true for me for kale, spirulina, matcha, cauliflower sauces and all those other bowls that are in right now.
So yeah, I hated smoothie bowls. They did look pretty. But did they look tasty? Not really – to me they looked like someone put a lot of effort to assemble something that would taste like nothing. On top the vivid image of me slurping a smoothie like a 90 year old did not seem appealing.
Then last week it was really hot and I needed something delicious, but also healthy to cool off. A week back I had made a frozen banana ice cream (another thing everyone’s crazy about and that I’ve hated on for years, without even trying it) – it turned out to be exactly what I thought it would be – gross. I didn’t have a choice but to make a smoothie bowl now. Luckily I had also some of my now beloved chia seeds soaked overnight. Pair that with berries and banana and change your perspective.
I must say – I’m glad I made that smoothie bowl. It’s amazing: it’s cooling, delicious, sweet enough and just perfect for summer. I can’t believe how healthy this super quick, easy and refreshing recipe is. I now understand why everyone loves smoothie bowls – not overrated after all. I slurped away and was not ashamed at all. With some peanut butter in it, life can’t get better.
Hope you decide to make this smoothie bowl (or another one) and see for yourself if it is a good choice for you as well.
Make the night before: