In this hot summer weather, starting your day with a cold, refreshing smoothie bowl is a great idea. This Peach Turmeric Smoothie Bowl helps you beat the heat and it tastes downright fabulous!
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What’s in It?
Your choice of almond, cashew, coconut or whole cow’s milk provides a rich creamy base for this tasty smoothie. Add a few dates and frozen peaches for sweetness, lemon juice and zest for flavor and antioxidants, and last but not least, turmeric adds gorgeous color and an anti-inflammatory boost! Turmeric powder can be found on the spice aisle of the grocery store.
What’s on Top?
Of course, you can put anything on top of this gorgeous smoothie bowl. I chose granola, berries and shredded coconut, but you could add chia or hemp seeds, bananas or blueberries, nuts or seeds, whatever floats your boat!
The Recipe: Peach Turmeric Smoothie Bowls!
Tips and what you will need: a good blender and turmeric powder!
A light peach smoothie bowl with turmeric for an anti inflammatory support!
- 2 cups your favorite milk almond, coconut, cashew or whole cow's milk, all work great!
- 3 cups frozen peaches
- Juice and zest of one large lemon
- 6 dates pits removed
- 1 teaspoon turmeric powder
- Granola gluten free peeps use GF granola
- Shredded coconut
- Berries or whatever you want!
Place all smoothie ingredients in a powerful blender and blend until smooth. Pour into to bowls and top with granola, shredded coconut and berries (or anything you prefer)
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Well I have a great blender and lots of organic turmeric powder so I’m all set!! Thanks for another great recipe idea!
These look delicious! And no banana- wohoo!
Haha! I did deliberately leave out the banana:)
I love the idea of adding turmeric to a smoothie bowl! What a great way to sneak in extra goodness!
This peach smoothie bowl sounds so good! I love that you add turmeric to it! You dishes are so pretty too 🙂