Super Bowls

Today is me and my husband’s wedding anniversary.

It doesn’t really matter how long we’ve been married because we already communicate like an old married couple.

As in, he says stuff and I hear what I want to hear.

This year, our anniversary just so happened to fall on Superbowl Sunday.

I asked him what he wanted to do today.

Here’s what he said:

“Eat food and watch football. It’s the Superbowl.”

Here’s what I heard:

“I want to eat superfruit bowls.”

Well, since it is our anniversary and everything, we can do what you want to do.

So enjoy your superfruit bowl.

SUPERFRUIT BOWLS WITH ORANGE MANGO SAUCE

To make orange fruit bowls:

Slice the top and bottom of an orange.

Cut in half.

Scoop out the flesh of the orange using a grapefruit spoon.

To make Orange Mango Sauce:

Peel and slice a very ripe mango.

Add mango, orange flesh, and pinch salt to blender or food processor.

Puree until smooth.

Add blackberries, blueberries and diced kiwi to orange fruit bowls.

Top with orange mango sauce.

Here’s some stats on this winning team:

Blueberries:

Sacks cancer cells with its antioxidant protection and is a very good source of Vitamin C, manganese, and fiber. 

Kiwi:

Known for it’s running abilities, kiwi fruit keeps things running smoothly in the digestive tract as well as providing almost a full day’s worth of Vitamin C.

Blackberries:

Blackberries are top scorers. They provide more phytonutrients than any other fruit.

Oranges:

Oranges are one of the best defensive players in the league. With 116% Vitamin C, oranges help to block any cold or flu that threatens good game-day health.

Mango:

Mango provides 1/3 of your daily Vitamin A requirement and helps contribute to that healthy “glow.”

That’s a good line-up.

Hope you have a Super Sunday!

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