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A Rainbow Of Smoothie Bowls
Featuring over 100 amazing creations and more than 40 gorgeous full-color photos, A Rainbow of Smoothie Bowls serves up flavorful treats that are as nutritious as they are beautiful. Follow the recipes in this book to combine colorful fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds into delicious bowls, including:
• Strawberry Lemonade Bowl
• Nutty Avocado Raspberry Bowl
• Very Berry Mango Bowl
• Peach Cobbler Bowl
• Apple Pie Bowl
• Mint Chocolate Chip Bowl
• Matcha Vanilla Bowl
• Blueberry Watermelon Kiwi Bowl
The pictures in this book are amazing. Here’s your chance to snag an ultra healthy “cookbook” loaded with colorful good-for-you snacks and meals. By definition, this is not a cookbook because, you guessed it, there is absolutely no cooking involved. I bet you can whip up a great tasting Smoothie Bowls in ten minutes or less. All you need is a blender (no need to go crazy and spend a fortune), measuring cups and spoons, a bowl and your ingredients.
Some Smoothie bowls are really easy to make, like Basic Blueberry Bowl. All you need is blueberries, almond milk, banana, almonds and honey.
The book has a heavy-duty colorful cover and is well-organized. It has 6 sections; Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, Evergreen and Light Bowls. The introduction includes a history of Smoothie Bowls, ingredients, equipment, healthy vs. unhealthy, cost of preparation, and a section on how to use the book. The recipes are easy to follow and even the pictures make you want to lick the pages.
Leigh Weingus is a writer and editor living in New York City. When she’s not testing out new recipes and dissecting the latest health trends, she’s checking out a new yoga studio, Instagramming fruit and vegetables, in a really long line at Trader Joe’s, or holding plank for a torturous two minutes in the name of strengthening her core. Originally from Oakland, California, Leigh graduated from University of California, Davis in 2009 and has since worked as a writer and editor at The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, and J-14 Magazine.
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