Looking for easy low carb breakfast recipes? Try this Low Carb Açaí Bowl with Keto Granola. If you add a spoonful of peanut butter, it tastes like a peanut butter and jelly soft serve ice cream – addictive! It’s vegan, low in sugar (no banana here), packed with vitamin C and high in healthy fats + protein to keep you satisfied for hours.
During wintertime your body probably craves warming breakfasts like this keto porridge, but on hot summer days it’s nice to switch it up with a refreshing smoothie bowl. Still, if your digestion tends to slow down (aka you tend to get constipated) when you eat cold foods, you can serve this smoothie bowl at room temperature and/or add warming spices like fresh ginger.
I don’t like having a smoothie as a drink; I find that chewing helps me to feel more satisfied. That’s why I always add crunchy toppings on porridge and smoothie bowls such as coconut flakes, pumpkin seeds, ALL GOOD keto granola… Just the act of chewing crunchy foods will help you to feel satisfied faster and longer = you won’t crave snacks = this makes it a lot easier to maintain a healthy weight.
Açaí is a Brazilian superfood berry with a bitter-sweet fruity flavor. It gives the smoothie a distinct flavor with unique health benefits, but you can absolutely make this smoothie without it too. Just use frozen berries if you don’t have açaí at home.
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Low Carb Açaí Bowl with Keto Granola (Vegan, Low Sugar, Dairy Free, Gluten Free)
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Would you like to try more low carb breakfast recipes?
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Nutritional value (per person, without additions/toppings) = very light breakfast
Carbohydrates 16.7 g,
Protein 19.1 g,
Fats 18.9 g,
Calories 332.8 kcal
Nutritional value (per person, with additions & toppings) = very filling, as a post-workout meal after exercise
Carbohydrates 22.8 g,
Protein 48.2 g,
Fats 59.2 g,
Calories 845.8 kcal
Nutritional value (per person with 1 cup frozen zucchini + additions, no toppings) = lowest carb
Carbohydrates 13.3 g,
Protein 42.3 g,
Fats 43.1 g,
Calories 634.4 kcal