Delicate Arch Smoothie Bowl.
This #EdibleLandscapeBowl is in Moab, Utah (located in Arches National Park). If you haven’t been, you’re missing out on some breathtaking views!
We were there in 2018 for Spring Break. I was 4 months pregnant with my first kid (see photos below), and had intense morning sickness and fatigue. We’d hike half the day, then come back to the motel, and I would sleep for the last part of the day. Haha. Oh my goodness…good times.
Now it’s 2021 and I’m pregnant with my second kid. We’re debating if we should travel to an area like this in Southern Utah for Spring Break again. Although this time, I’ll be 8 months pregnant…so a little more intense (and scary)! I just REALLY don’t want to go into labor while we are hiking. I asked my husband if he was comfortable delivering our baby…he didn’t seem too intimidated by it! However, I’d prefer to give birth in a hospital, rather than in a hot desert.
Meanwhile, let me tell you about this bowl!
This bowl is made with a base of cooked oats, Silk almondmilk yogurt, and colored with superfood powders: blue spirulina, beet, goji berry, orange dunaliella, and cocoa.
Here’s how to make a superfood smoothie bowl…
Superfood Smoothie Bowl
- 1 cup cooked Quaker oats (rolled or steel-cut)
- 1 cup Silk almondmilk yogurt (or any type of yogurt)
- Superfood Powders to create your design (any type will do)
- In a bowl, add in your cooked oats (feel free to season with salt and sweeten as needed).
- Next, cover your cooked oats with yogurt.
- Now it’s time to design and swirl!
- Beforehand, have an idea of how you want your bowl to look. You can keep it simple with just a few superfood powders. Use a very small spoon to carefully sprinkle your powders on top of the yogurt. Use a toothpick to swirl the powder into the yogurt. Keep repeating with different colors.
- Alternatively, you can separate your superfood colors into individual bowls of yogurt (just a spoonful of yogurt will do). Then use those yogurt-superfood colors to design your bowl. This strategy makes designing a little easier and more predictable.