Three Peaks Manuka Honey Smoothie Bowl | My Morning Go-To
Manuka honey is ALL the rage lately. Its luxurious taste along with its health, wellness and healing properties have made it highly desirable. I remember first hearing about it when I was watching Keeping Up with The Kardashians a while back and immediately was really intrigued! I recently discovered Three Peaks Manuka Honey and was so impressed at the background story, benefits, and how it can be used in so many recipes!
Three Peaks was born from a passion for New Zealand’s volcanic central plateau and a desire to produce the world’s most magnificent Manuka honey. Three Peaks' commitment to producing the best means they actively contribute to sustainable land management, conservation of precious indigenous ecosystems and nurturing a healthy bee population.
Three Peaks Manuka Honey can be traced back to the hives and location it comes from. Three Peaks is a proud member of the Unique Manuka Factor Honey Association (UMFHA).
The flavor, texture, taste and aroma is unparalleled and adding it to any recipe instantly sweetens and heightens the flavor of your meal of choice! I have become such a huge fan and believe in this brand so much knowing that their work comes from such a good place with the best intentions.
Here is a fabulous morning smoothie bowl recipe using Three Peaks Manuka Honey! Not only is it pretty, but it will hold you over and will satisfy your sweet tooth to get you ready for your day ahead!
Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl
1 frozen banana
1 ½ cups frozen strawberries
1 ½ cups coconut milk (or the milk of your choice e.g. soy, nut milk etc)
Ingredients for the Top:
A drizzle of Three Peaks Manuka Honey
Some broken up pieces Three Peaks honeycomb for texture
Your favourite raw or lightly toasted nuts
Sesame, sunflower or pumpkin seeds
Chia seeds or goji berries
Fresh sliced banana or strawberries
Combine these ingredients in a blender until thick and completely smooth. Pour into a beautiful bowl and top with your favourite toppings for extra nutrition, crunch and texture.