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This beautiful, antioxidant-rich smoothie bowl is the perfect breakfast for warm summer mornings… not to mention a great instagram shot, too. Pitaya, or dragon fruit, is similar to açai with a more mild taste and rich magenta color profile. Top with these recommended goodies or add your own to personalize it. Here’s how easy it is:

1 (3.5 oz pack) frozen pitaya
1 banana
1/4 cup frozen mango chunks
2 tbsp coconut water
Thinly sliced kiwi
Sliced strawberries
About 1 tbsp gluten-free granola
1 tbsp maple syrup


  1. In a high-powered blender, add: frozen pitaya, banana, frozen mango and coconut water
  2. Top with kiwi, blackberries, strawberries, granola and drizzle maple syrup (you can also get creative here with your favorite toppings)
  3. ENJOY!

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  • Lisa

    Can you define ‘high powered’? My blender said ‘high powered’ on the box but cannot handle this( without a ton more liquid and then it is too runny). I want to make sure the next one can. Thanks.

  • Genevieve Brock

    I use the nutribullet to handle recipes similar to this one and it works well.

  • http://www.leaf.tv/ LEAFtv

    Love nutribullet!

  • http://www.leaf.tv/ LEAFtv

    We like Vitamix or Blendtec.

  • Pitaya Plus

    What a beautiful video : )

    Thank you so much for creating this and hope you love Pitaya as much as us haha.

  • Pitaya Plus

    Hey Lisa, a little trick we learned when using less powerful blenders.

    1) Always add soft and liquid ingredients first, then blend.

    2) Add one frozen ingredient, then blend until desired consistency.

    3) Repeat step 2 with all remaining ingredients to get a great creamy Pitaya bowl.

    Hope that helps : )