Is anybody else as into dark sweet cherries as I am? Right now I’m on a cherry kick, maybe due to the ending of summer. (Btw I’m fully prepared for fall, even though fall hasn’t fully hit yet.) I’ve had this smoothie almost every morning for breakfast, and can’t imagine starting my day without it. I don’t know what it is about it that makes it so delicious, but it’s just the right combination of berries and sweetness from the cherries that it blends into a delicious smoothie!
Missing Florida already (even though I’m going back in June), I am craving some sunshine and tropical tastes. I’d much rather be lying underneath a palm tree at the beach, instead of preparing for the next round of snow to hit us. Sometimes I’m really not a fan of living in the DC area, emphasis on sometimes. Specifically in the winter! 😉
Chocolate, chocolate, chocolate! Who doesn’t love chocolate?! (Actually I do know some people, though I don’t understand it.) So after Valentine’s Day is over, I’m still craving some chocolate. Seeing all of those chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate candies and more had me in a chocolate craving craze!
Valentine’s Day is coming up, and one part of that holiday is the tradition of shared treats with your loved ones, whether friends, family or romantic interest. Honestly, these are sooooo good! I rarely eat cookies, so these are a great substitute! Even better though…you can make these with your girlfriends, partner, or little siblings. I even made these with my brother before!
As I’ve told you before, I got obsessed with smoothie bowls. I’ve been keeping this smoothie bowl recipe to myself for a bit, waiting for the right moment to post this! Since I already gave you guys one non-green smoothie bowl, it’s time to add one recipe with greens in it!
Smoothie bowls are the latest craze. It’s a nice change from just drinking your morning smoothie, to spooning it from a bowl with your choice of toppings. Naturally, I had to try it out right away….and was HOOKED!
I love love love smoothie bowls, and of course acai bowls as well, which you can find at many smoothie bars and other health food cafes or restaurants. Since I just came back from Florida and was greeted by snow (and rain!), I decided to bring some of that sunshine and tropical goodness back with me in form of a smoothie bowl.
I was feeling nostalgic lately and remembered how in middle and high school my Dad used to make me a banana milk every single day. It was smooth, creamy, refreshing and comforting all at the same time. And I realized switching over to dairy-free shouldn’t mean I can’t have my favorite childhood drink!
This smoothie totally hit the spot and was oh so satisfying!