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Acai bowls are one of my favourite things to have for breakfast. They're the perfect alternative to having yoghurt in the morning and I feel like they are filling me up a lot more than a smoothie bowl. I also love the acai bowls more because of its consistency. It's richer than a smoothie bowl and basically keeps me going throughout the day. 

I first discovered this as breakfast bowl in my hometown at a cafe called Pistache. Then last summer I pretty much had an acai bowl all the time in Marbella because the ones they make in are just amazing! Ever since I have been having these bowls at home and I wanted to share my recipe with you, as it is so easy to make!

For this recipe you'll need:
100 grams of frozen Acai Berry Puree
Half a frozen banana
100 ml of water

It's quite hard to find frozen Acai Berry Puree, but I managed to score myself some of this at a biological, health supermarket. So maybe try and get it at a Whole Foods or any other biological supermarket near you. 

If you have gotten your acai berry puree out of the freezer, put it in your blender with half a frozen banana and 100 ml of water. It usually takes me a while for this all to blend, so let it blend for around 10 minutes until it's all smooth. 

Topping it off
- Granola
- Blueberries
- Kiwi fruit
- Banana 
- Shredded coconut

While the acai bowl is blending, this is the perfect time to start working on your toppings. Cutting up the fruits usually takes up most of the time while making this breakfast. So while it's all blending I usually start cutting up my fruit. I like adding either kiwi fruit, bananas, strawberries or blueberries.

Once the acai bowl ingredients are finished mixing, put it in a bowl. Then pour some granola on top for some crunch. Start laying the fruit on top. To finish it off you can add some shredded coconut of some coconut flakes. And that's how easy it is! Happy breakfast!


  1. This looks so good! I've actually never had an acai bowl but I would love to try! Guess I need to hunt down some acai puree haha ;) xx

    1. It's so tasty! Definitely try and hunt it down or try to find it at some sort of breakfast/brunch place! :) xx

  2. I love a├žai! Such a typical brazilian hahah xx

  3. I make my acai the same way, except I use almond milk instead of water :)

    Julia // The Sunday Mode


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