Free Amazingly Keto Acai Bowl
Fruit is not a four-letter word on a ketogenic diet. Moreover, acai is a low-glycemic, mineral-rich, phytonutrient-rich choice.
There are countless products at Trader Joe's that are exclusive and have a cult-like following, and this recipe will inspire you to stock up on the brand's acai packets to make these healthy and delicious breakfast bowls any time of the week.
Your keto meal plan will be more nutrient dense as a result!
Furthermore, the acai bowl base can serve as an ideal base for an endless variety of low-carb toppings, including unsweetened coconut flakes, nuts, and berries.
Our tasty take on the açaí bowl is a mix for the ages. But the beauty of making these bowls is the ability to use whatever you have on-hand to compose an endless variety of noteworthy creations.
Supercharge your breakfast, or anytime bowl with a sprinkling of hemp seeds, chia, or flaxseed, and pile on the assortment of enhancements to concoct a creative and nutritious treat that aids in fat burning and supporting ketosis.
Besides, these bowls work perfectly stored in glass jars and prepped out for the week. You’ll be pleasantly surprised and pleased with the ease and convenience adding this simple step to your routine creates.
- 1 Trader Joe’s Acai packet
- 1 can full-fat coconut milk, refrigerated overnight
- 5 - 10 drops of liquid stevia, to taste
- Keto topping suggestions: unsweetened shredded coconut, almonds, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, and chia seeds
- Place the can of coconut milk in the refrigerator overnight before making your bowl. Do not shake the can. You want the solids to separate from the liquid.
- When you are ready to make your bowl, place frozen acai packet in a bowl of hot water to thaw enough to remove it from the package.
- Empty the acai into a blender. Remove coconut milk from the fridge and open the can. Notice that the top is solid and yogurt-like. Scoop the solidified coconut milk into the blender, discard liquid remaining in the bottom of the can.
- Blend acai, coconut milk, and stevia until combined. Do not over mix; it will become too thin.
- Pour the mixture into a bowl, and top with desired toppings. We use unsweetened shredded coconut, almonds, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, and chia seeds.
- If you find it is too thin, you may try blending with 1/2 cup ice, 1/2 cup frozen berries or 1/2 avocado. Unsweetened coconut yogurt may be substituted for coconut milk, as well.
- Some suggestions for toppings are unsweetened shredded coconut, slivered almonds, walnuts, pecans, Lilly’s sugar free chocolate chips, fresh berries, or chia seeds. This also makes a very tasty dessert! Enjoy!