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Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl

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Let me quickly describe a typical morning in my home. I’m an early bird so I get up before the rest of my family. I take this time to prepare myself my morning coffee and grab a quick bite to eat. Normally, that quick bite consists of a piece of fruit or if I’m feeling adventurous, a smoothie (maybe a grapefruit smoothie recipe?). I want something fast, easy, filling and delicious. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, right?

In the past, I’ve always sprinkled sugar on grapefruit. I’ve never tried it without until recently. I discovered that I don’t need to add sugar to my morning grapefruit when I choose a Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit. I was pleasantly surprised that it’s sweet enough on its own. If you weren’t a fan of grapefruit before, you may want to reconsider and try a Sweet Scarletts grapefruit and find out exactly what I mean!

Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl - This easy smoothie bowl recipe is healthy and naturally sweet way to kickstart your mornings. It's made with creamy blend of Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit, Greek Yogurt, pineapple and a banana. Top it with some fresh blueberries, seeds and coconut. Yum!


I purchased this 5 lb bag of Sweet Scarletts at our local Walmart. I was happy at how affordable they were with the rising price of fruits and veggies in Canada. I picked up this bag for $3.47. It’s a sweet deal, pardon the pun!

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    I was curious to see what they tasted like and wondered if I’d be able to eat it all on it’s own, sans sugar!

    Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl - This easy smoothie bowl recipe is healthy and naturally sweet way to kickstart your mornings. It's made with creamy blend of Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit, Greek Yogurt, pineapple and a banana. Top it with some fresh blueberries, seeds and coconut. Yum!

    Turns out, Sweet Scarletts grapefruit are juicy and bursting with sweetness. They also are photogenic if you are the type to share your breakfast on Instagram!

    Besides the delicious taste, they are also good for you. Half a Sweet Scarletts grapefruit contains 100% of your daily value of Vitamin C and has only 60 calories. They are great for people who want to eat healthy, but don’t want to sacrifice taste.

    Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl - This easy smoothie bowl recipe is healthy and naturally sweet way to kickstart your mornings. It's made with creamy blend of Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit, Greek Yogurt, pineapple and a banana. Top it with some fresh blueberries, seeds and coconut. Yum!

    Sweet Scarletts are farmed in the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas. The weather in the area with its hot sunny days and cool nights helps nature create a beautifully sweet Texas Red grapefruit.

    Though Sweet Scarletts grapefruit are yummy on their own for breakfast, I wanted to use them in a breakfast recipe. I whipped up a Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl to try something different.

    I normally make smoothies, but was inspired by all the delicious smoothie bowl creations I see regularly on my Instagram feed. This was my first smoothie bowl AND I made it with Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit. I’ve been missing out all these years! It was so good, it felt almost indulgent!

    Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl - This easy smoothie bowl recipe is healthy and naturally sweet way to kickstart your mornings. It's made with creamy blend of Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit, Greek Yogurt, pineapple and a banana. Top it with some fresh blueberries, seeds and coconut. Yum!

    This smoothie bowl is pretty basic to make and takes barely any effort on your part. The smoothie part has one Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit, peeled and sectioned, plain Greek Yogurt, 1 banana to help with thickening it up and some chopped fresh pineapple. It makes a creamy, peach coloured mixture.

    Also, notice I didn’t add any extra sugar? You won’t need it!

    The toppings can be whatever you like. I used some diced pineapple, fresh blueberries, chia seeds, buckwheat, hemp seeds and unsweetened coconut flakes. Use whatever you have on hand like nuts, seeds, oats or fruit.

    After shooting these photos, I swirled my spoon around to mix in the toppings and then dug in. This is one satisfying and healthy breakfast! I’m going to have to prepare smoothie bowls more often!

    Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl - This easy smoothie bowl recipe is healthy and naturally sweet way to kickstart your mornings. It's made with creamy blend of Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit, Greek Yogurt, pineapple and a banana. Top it with some fresh blueberries, seeds and coconut. Yum!

    Have you tried a Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit? If not, give them a try. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how yummy they are!

    You might also enjoy this Pumpkin Pie Smoothie, Pineapple Pomegranate Smoothie, Berry Jam Smoothie, Apple Spice Smoothie, Cherry Vanilla Smoothie and Strawberry Vanilla Smoothie.

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    Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl

    Created by Stacie Vaughan
    Servings 2
    Prep Time 10 minutes
    Total Time 10 minutes
    This easy smoothie bowl recipe is healthy and naturally sweet way to kickstart your mornings. It's made with creamy blend of Sweet Scarletts Texas Red Grapefruit, Greek Yogurt, pineapple and a banana. Top it with some fresh blueberries, seeds and coconut. Yum!

    Ingredients
     
     

    Smoothie

    • 1 red grapefruit peeled and sectioned
    • 1 banana peeled
    • 1 cup pineapple roughly chopped
    • 1 cup plain or vanilla Greek yogurt

    Toppings

    • Chia seeds
    • Buckwheat
    • Hemp seeds
    • Unsweetened coconut flakes
    • Blueberries
    • Diced pineapple

    Instructions

    • Add smoothie ingredients to a blender and blend on high for one minute. Add an extra banana if you want a thicker smoothie.
    • Pour smoothie into a bowl and arrange toppings of your choice on top. Serve immediately.

    Nutrition

    Serving: 1g | Calories: 514kcal | Carbohydrates: 78g | Protein: 21g | Fat: 17g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 9g | Cholesterol: 3mg | Sodium: 49mg | Fiber: 12g | Sugar: 41g

    The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.

    Course Breakfasts
    Cuisine American
    Keyword Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl

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    35 Comments

    1. Heather Okvat says:

      Great recipe! Just found your blog as I searched for recipes to make with the bounty from a grapefruit tree in my Arizona backyard. This was healthy, tasty, and fun to make and eat. Thank you.

    2. Jennifer Ann Wilson says:

      This looks so delicious, my mouth is watering!

    3. kathy downey says:

      My sister is a huge fan of grapefruits next time she visited i will treat her with this dish

    4. This looks like a great breakfast to enjoy, especially with the warmer weather on its way!

    5. I love smoothies, but never have them in a bowl.  I’ll have to try it with the add-ons.  Looks delightful.  Stopping by from HMCW Wicked Awesome Wednesday.

    6. What a perfect and colorful breakfast! This looks gorgeous.

    7. I could easily pack something like this in my lunches.I work 12’s and by mid morning I need something nutritious.

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