Yes I went there again. I added cookies into my breakfast. After loving the Oatmeal Cookie Overnight Oats so much, I wanted to try to do some type of cookie smoothie bowl.
Now I’m not just using ANY cookies. They aren’t chips ahoy or some heavily processed junk food. They are my favorite ginnybakes.
ginnybakes is seriously a game changer in cookieville. Organic, gluten free, non gmo, I mean, it doesn’t get better. I used the Chocolate Chip Love Mini’s in this Chocolate Chip Cookie Smoothie Bowl. I like to think of it as an alternative to granola. It’s adding that crunchy and sweet taste we all want when eating smoothie bowls.
I usually make smoothie bowls for breakfast but this bowl is such a dessert-like recipe that you may even crave it as an after dinner treat.
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In addition to ginnybakes, you will need frozen bananas, almond milk, cacao powder, vanilla almond butter and mini chocolate chips. You also will need a NutriBullet or Food Processor to make this (these are the two I have and LOVE them).
This Chocolate Chip Smoothie Bowl is:
- 2 frozen bananas
- 1/3 cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 1 tablespoon of cacao powder
- 1 tablespoon of vanilla almond butter
- optional: protein powder
- 1 package ginnybakes chocolate chip mini's
- 2 tablespoons of mini chocolate chips (dairy free)
- Blend smoothie ingredients in blender or nutribullet until creamy
- Pour into bowl of choice and add toppings
By the way, if you use the code bake7 on ginnybakes website, you get $5 off your order of $25 or more (not a affiliate code, just wanted to share the love!)