I have wanted to share a Jamba Juice Chunky Strawberry Bowl Recipe for a long time. After a little research, I have found this recipe to be surprisingly delicious and one of my favorite weekday breakfast recipes, and for good reason. These bowls are made with just about anything you can find in the refrigerator. The flavor of the strawberries, banana, and vanilla is enough to make these bowls stand out from an ordinary breakfast bowl, but the yogurt really makes these bowls come together and make them your new favorite breakfast meal.
There are so many brands of frozen smoothies out there, and it’s hard to choose which one you’re going to buy. This is where Jamba Juice comes into the game. Jamba Juice, while not exactly a real brand, is a company that sells smoothies with some pretty great deals. They are often one of the best buys in town. Here’s a recipe for their strawberry smoothie that won’t break the bank.
Jamba Juice is perfect for anyone who loves fruit, of course. This delicious drink is sweet and tasty, so you won’t feel guilty about drinking it all day. The perfect way to eat berry-filled goodness is with a bowl of Jamba juice. Juicing prevents babies from getting ill by preventing the same food from being eaten by them many times. The more a baby eats, the sicker they become.
How to make Jamba Juice Chunky Strawberry Bowl
There are many recipes that call for overnight, 30+ minute preparation, and then the results can be soggy. Jamba Juice’s strawberry-banana smoothie is a much quicker and easier way to have a yummy smoothie at any time of the day or night. No overnight preparation is needed!
- Oats, 1/4 cup
- Yogurt, 1/2 cup
- Banana frozen, 1
- Strawberries frozen, 1 cup
- Peanut butter heaping, 1 tbsp
- Milk, 1/4 cup
- Banana, 1/2 (Sliced)
Put all ingredients in a blender, reserving granola and fresh banana. Pour smoothie into a bowl and garnish with granola and freshly sliced bananas.
Jamba Juice Chunky Strawberry Bowl Recipe
Recipe Yield: 1 serving
Preparation Time: 5 Minutes
Cooking Time: 0 Minutes
Total Time: 5 Minutes
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