Pitaya bowl is a delicious treat and beautiful to look at! The vibrant pink color of the dragon fruit is stunning and makes these bowls perfect. They’re sure to brighten up your day, add some flavor to your day, and become your favorite fruit.Jump to Recipe
A Pitaya Bowl is a healthy and refreshing smoothie bowl made with frozen fruit, granola, and other toppings. They’re simple to make, and you can customize them to suit your taste.
Step 1. To make a pitaya bowl, start by blending frozen pitaya (also called dragon fruit) until it’s smooth and creamy. Use a high-powered blender or food processor. If the mixture is too thick, add more liquid.
Step 2. Then, pour the blended pitaya into a bowl and top with fresh fruits, granola, and anything else you like. Good toppings ideas include sliced mango, strawberries, kiwi fruit, blueberries, coconut flakes, and hemp seeds. Enjoy your pitaya bowl immediately!
There are endless possibilities when it comes to toppings for pitaya bowls, so get creative and experiment until you find your perfect combination.
And if you’re ever in doubt, just remember that fresh fruits and a drizzle of honey will always taste great.
A good rule of thumb is to include a mix of sweet and savory toppings and some crunchy elements for texture. Some of our favorite toppings include:
Pitaya bowls can last in the fridge for up to two days but are best when eaten immediately.
If you need to store your pitaya bowl, place it in an airtight container in the fridge.
To enjoy your pitaya bowl at its best, add any toppings just before eating.
Instead of milk, add pineapple juice or coconut water.
Make it more nutritious and add protein powder or nut butters.
Blend with frozen acai packets for more flavor and health benefits.
Add frozen acai packets or blend with other fruits.
Pitaya, also known as pink dragonfruit, is a beautiful tropical fruit that is native to Central America.
If you’re looking for frozen pitaya smoothie packs, you can find them in the freezer aisle at most well-stocked grocery stores, including Whole Foods.
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