Meghan Markle is in great shape and likely nourishes herself with delicious yet healthy food.
On her lifestyle blog The Tig, which ran between 2014 and 2017, the now Duchess shared her musings on all things fashion, food, beauty, travel and life.
Some of her content contained delicious recipes, one of which was a super simple açai bowl – the perfect healthy breakfast.
Back in April 2015, Meghan wrote: “Don’t get me started on açai bowls; I am so deeply in love with them – thick and creamy açai berries blended and topped with fresh fruit, coconut, a drizzle of honey, some granola, and a sprinkle of bee pollen (allergy sufferers – take note, local bee pollen will make this season much easier for you!).”
She revealed that she enjoyed a yummy açai bowl from LA spot Liquid with fellow Suits actress Sarah Rafferty.
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But, when filming in Toronto nine months out of the year, she needed to find a way to get her açai bowl fix away from LA.
According to Meghan, the benefits of this tasty breakfast go much further than simply fuelling you for the day.
She said: “Here’s the thing – it’s incredibly easy to make, and packed with so many antioxidants and nutrients, it could easily be nicknamed the Beauty Bowl.”
She claimed that those who eat it will have more “energy” – not to mention a “very Instagram-worthy breakfast pic. (#priorities)”.
Meghan’s açai bowl recipe contains just four main ingredients plus the toppings of your choosing, so budding chefs won’t break the bank.
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One frozen açai packet
1/3 cup almond milk
Half a banana
Handful of frozen berries
Meghan’s personal favourite toppings
Drizzle of Manuka honey
Sprinkle of bee pollen
1. Add acai, banana and berries to a blender.
2. Add half of the almond milk as you start to blend.
3. Slowly add the remainder of the almond milk. Meghan explained that the mixture should be thick and that it’s also fine to not use all the milk.
4. Transfer the mixture from the blender to a bowl. Add the toppings and enjoy!
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