Last week I was lying on the beach in my bikini, and now I’m back enjoying the lovely, albeit slightly cooler Amsterdam. I always love coming back to the office, seeing everyone and starting to devise all sorts of new plans. Mini-vacations always leave me energized and ready to go. Know what I mean?
I also love reading so many of your positive and sweet emails, but I get so many every day that I don’t always have time to reply to them all! (I need an assistant ; ) ). I do my best to reply as quickly as possible.
This weekend, I spent a ton of time in the kitchen and finally had the chance to take a photo of this, my favorite bowl that I’ve wanted to share with you for a while now. And here it is! Let me know what you think!
1 day in the fridge
2 frozen bananas
2 tbsp (raw) cacao powder
1 tbsp almond butter (or mixed nut butter)
220 ml oat milk (or other plant-based milk of your choosing)
2 pinches vanilla powder, unsweetened
Small handful granola
Small handful fresh berries (I used red currants)
1. Add all the ingredients for the banana mixture to the blender and process until light and creamy.
2. Transfer the mousse to a nice bowl and garnish with the toppings.
Too much for one? Share with someone or pour half in a container and save it for the next day. (N.B. The banana will melt if you store it in the fridge, so the mixture will become more of a smoothie than a bowl, which is also tasty! ;) ).
Did you make this recipe?
Please let me know how it turned out for you! Leave a comment below and share a picture on Instagram with #powerfoodies and #renskroes. Enjoy!