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Peanut Butter Banana Bowl

Peanut Butter Bananen Bowl

Peanut butter has a bad reputation. Wrongly! If you enjoy it in moderation and make sure there is no added sugar when shopping, peanut butter makes a wonderful breakfast ingredient full of valuable nutrients.

And what can you do with it? We have a suggestion: Mix a smoothie bowl made from aromatic bananas, vanilla and some oat milk. It fills you up for a long time, feels very velvety in your mouth and the taste... we can only think of one thing: Yummm!

If you're the type of person who follows a tight schedule after the alarm goes off, you'll love this breakfast. It's ready in under five minutes and you can easily take it with you to eat later.

But what does a smoothie bowl feel comfortable in when being transported? In the muki snack pot, of course. The separate lid compartment keeps the toppings fresh and crispy. And everything is clean and appetizingly packaged.

You need this:

For the bowl:
  • 2 frozen bananas, cut into pieces

  • 2 tsp peanut butter

  • 2 tsp ground linseeds

  • Pulp from a vanilla bean

  • approx. 50 ml oat milk

For the topping (suggestions):
  • Coconut flakes

  • granola

  • Dark chocolate shavings

It's that easy:

  1. The evening before at the latest: Peel two really ripe bananas (you can tell by the brown dots on the peel), cut them into pieces and put them in the freezer. For the optimal consistency, you should only use frozen bananas.

  2. Put all the ingredients in a blender and process them into a creamy mixture. Experiment a bit with the liquid content: more oat milk makes the bowl more liquid, less makes it creamier.

  3. Pour the smoothie into a bowl and create a pretty bowl with toppings of your choice.