Lately I have been feeling like my diet is in flux. I’ve been hovering between vegan and vegetarian but in the end, I am trying to eat healthy. But I can’t discount my sweets. Oh boy, what’s life without chocolate am I right? This Brownie Smoothie Bowl Recipe is right up my alley. Hits that proverbial sweet tooth but also owns the right to be listed in my healthy recipes index.
Brownie Smoothie Bowl Recipe
Okay, seriously, how much better can this get? Knowing my kids, they would want to put whipped cream on top, but I would allow that given the ingredients included in this Brownie Smoothie Bowl Recipe.
It’s very comforting to be able to still have good food even with a sensitivity to dairy. This is so new to me and I can’t say I’ve completely accepted this fact, but there it is. I can’t enjoy my nightly bowl of cereal. I can layer my quesadilla in cheese and sour cream. I can’t enjoy my kids favorite meal of pasta, veggies and alfredo sauce. What has become of me?
I feel as though it’s mostly my age. You hit a certain age and things start to change. Your doctor calls because suddenly you need an additional test with your annual checkup. You can’t eat the way you used to. Sometimes, oh boy yes, sometimes you even pee a little when you sneeze or cough too hard. God help me but it’s happened.
So regardless of whether you are as old as me, you will definitely enjoy this Brownie Smoothie Bowl Recipe. Holy moly it’s all oatmeal and almond milk and good stuff! You could even add a bit of PEANUT BUTTER to it! Wink.
It’s Healthy! Brownie Smoothie Bowl Recipe
- 2 Cups almond milk
- 2 ½ Cups chocolate chunks
- 1 ½ Cup oats
- ¼ Cup cocoa powder
- 1 Banana chopped
- ½ Cup chopped walnuts
In a pot over medium-high heat, heat the milk and melt 2 cups of chocolate chunks.
Incorporate 1 cup of the oats and cook until desired consistency.
Transfer to a blender.
Incorporate the cocoa powder, greek yogurt, and bananas pieces.
Blend until smooth.
Divide into bowls and garnish with the remaining chocolate chunks, oats, and walnuts.
Serve and enjoy.
Recipe NotesAdd honey or maple syrup to make it sweeter.