Then the next step is honestly the easiest, just pick any fruits you have that would complement your smoothie and just chop them on top. If it were up to me, I would add some fresh bananas, fresh berries and fresh sliced kiwis on top. You can also add a variety of other things, the most popular choices are shaved coconuts, and lots of seeds – chia seeds, flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds.
– a big hand full of blue berries
– 1 banana
– a big hand full of oats
– some milk (oat milk or regular)
– a table spoon of peanut butter
Mix it in a blender and top it off with blue berries, banana, granola, coconut nibs and some nuts.
It's really nice, enjoy!!!
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