KIND has new frozen smoothie bowls, and you’ll want to stock up ASAP

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I’ve never been a big breakfast person. If anything, I’ll have a coffee with some fruit or a protein shake while I get ready for the day. But KIND’s latest offering is changing things for me. I’m finally willing to sit down for my first meal.

KIND, the nut-based snacks brand, just launched frozen smoothie bowls. The bowls are available in major grocery retailers starting March 9. (Pro tip: Order them online at Walmart and choose delivery or free curbside pickup.)

Shop: KIND Frozen Smoothie Bowls, $3.97 each

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I recently tried a few samples, and let me just say, I’m hooked. The bowls all have a fruit and almond milk smoothie base, topped with a creamy nut butter and crunchy granola. They taste like a sweet sorbet or ice cream. Except, they’re not. They’re frozen fruit smoothies.

KIND Frozen Smoothie Bowls are available in four flavors: almond and triple berry acai, almond and mango pineapple passion fruit, almond and chocolate banana and almond and peach kiwi greens. All of them are vegan (dairy-free), gluten-free and pack in about seven to eight grams of protein.

While I’d gladly eat any flavor again, my favorite, hands down, was the almond chocolate banana. It really did taste like dessert, but with a list of ingredients I can fully pronounce. I was happy to know I was putting something good into my body.

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Of course, you can make your own smoothie bowls at home. But at about $3.99 per bowl, it’s worth stocking up on these. There’s less mess than if you were to blend your own. And honestly, by the time you buy frozen fruit, nut butter and nutty granola, it probably evens out to the same price.

I’ll be stocking up ASAP.

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