Acai Bowl for Breakfast

I'm currently obsessed with acai bowls and decided to make them at home.Obsessed.  Totally obsessed.  I am obsessed with acai bowls for breakfast and afternoon snacks.  Or sometimes lunch.  And maybe after dinner.  Have you ever had one?  They are pretty easy to find now, like at Juice it Up or Nektar.  But I just got a Ninja and decided it was finally time to start making them at home.

Acai bowls are a great healthier breakfast ideaYou can buy the acai packets at Costco (thanks for the tip, Genette!) and then you just need a few other ingredients.  I followed this recipe here.  The only problem is that my youngest son always tries to share with me.  But this – mama doesn’t want to share.  Do you make them at home?  What do you put on yours?

 

Comments

  1. Brandon says:

    Acai bowls are the best, but be careful about those frozen acai packs sold at Costco. They have lots of added sugar and soy lecithin which changes the true flavor of acai. I recommend looking for the Amafruits Organic Acai brand at a local natural foods retailer, or buying them online. They have unsweetened acai options and their sweetened blend similar to Costco’s is about half the sugar. Plus, they don’t have any soy additives in their organic acai packs.

  2. life changing. we love these and could seriously eat them every day. no more paying mucho $ for these bowls!

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