Prickly pear smoothie bowl, have you tried it? If not, you really should. These beautiful little creations are not only gorgeous, but delicious. Such as prickly pear smoothie bowl.
I got a few questions about prickly pears, when I posted on Instagram. Just like the cactus, prickly pears have little hairs on them, that can stick you. Although they are easily removed with a damp cloth. Prickly pears are ripe when they are yellow, dark pink or orange. It’s sweet, like a hybrid between watermelon and yellow kiwi. As you understand it’s a wonderful addition to your breakfast table. Like a prickly pear smoothie bowl.
I also made jam from it, and it’s a perfect companion to any cheese platter. But for the prickly pear smoothie bowl, hollow out the fruit pulp and put in the freezer.
[lt_recipe name=”Prickly pear smoothie bowl” servings=”2″ prep_time=”5M” cook_time=”10M” total_time=”15M” difficulty=”Easy” summary=”Perfect smoothie bowl with homemade granola for breakfast.” print=”yes” image=”https://usercontent.one/wp/www.carolinevass.se/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/IMG_0180.jpg” ingredients=”100 gr frozen prickly pear;6 tbs coconut milk;30 gr frozen blueberries (save some for topping);1 tbsp coconut flakes;50 gr granola;;;;;;” ]Mix the frozen prickly pear, coconut milk and frozen blueberries until smooth. ;Pour into a bowl and top with granola, coconut flakes and frozen blueberries. ;[/lt_recipe]