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BiPro Protein Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Smoothie bowls are becoming very trendy – and for good reason. Just like a smoothie, the concoction is chock full of healthy fruits that taste incredible. But smoothie bowls are also A) surprisingly filling B) so pretty that you’ll want to post photos of them on your Instagram and C) lacking in protein.

So, we added a scoop of unflavored BiPro whey protein isolate to a smoothie bowl recipe and were blown away by how delicious the dish turned out. Follow the protein recipe below if you want to be blown away, too!

What You Need

  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • ½ cup blueberries
  • ¼ cup blackberries
  • 1 cup orange juice
  • 1 scoop unflavored BiPro whey protein isolate
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  • ½ cup granola

What You Need to Do
Step 1: Cut banana in half. Put one half in the blender and set the other to the side.

Step 2: Add strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, orange juice, one tablespoon of peanut butter and BiPro to the blender.

Step 3: Blend. The smoothie’s consistency should be thick, like melting ice cream, so that it can be eaten with a spoon.

Step 4: Line the bottom of a bowl with some of the granola. Pour the smoothie into the bowl. Cut up the second half of the banana and place on top of the smoothie. Sprinkle remaining granola and dollop a tablespoon of peanut butter on top of the concoction.

Step 5: Enjoy a delicious, filling bowl that carries BiPro’s high-quality protein and the many vitamins and minerals berries have to offer.

Interested in some more protein recipes? Check out BiPro’s recipes page



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What is the carb & sugar count please. It looks do good but I am diabetic & had RNY gastric bypass 4 months ago. I would say that's a no no for me.

Posted by: Nancy Hall | May 30, 2016

The full recipe is about 738 calories; however, it is a very large severing (the serving is 3.5 cups) and can easily serve two (369 calories) or for a snack, three servings (246). Due the amount of fruit, this is not low carb (about 150 g (23g dietary fiber, 78.7g sugar), for the full bowl or 75 for half a bowl). To reduce carbs and calories the orange juice can be replaced with water this will reduce the overall calories by about 110 and carbs by 26g.

Posted by: Kimberly Baldwin | June 01, 2016