Quiz: Which Summer Smoothie Bowl Are You?

Quiz: Which Summer Smoothie Bowl Are You?

Smoothie bowls are the perfect way to cool off this summer, but which one suits you best?

As the last days of summer pass by, have you ever wondered which fruit smoothie combo you take after when the heat gets to you? Take this quiz to find out!

1. Which pet is your spirit animal?

A. Canary

B. Puppy

C. Cat

D. Chameleon

2. Which spots are at the top of your travel bucket list?

A. New Zealand and maybe Australia

B. South Korea and Japan

C. France, Denmark or Italy

D. Galapagos or the West Coast

3. What color scheme do you love the most?

A. Complementary — like red and green

B. Monochromatic — like shades of pink

C. Split Complementary — like brown, green and white

D. Triad — like blue, red and yellow

4. If someone were to insult you in public, what would your initial reaction be?

A. Take a deep breath and try to calm yourself down before addressing the person

B. Try to understand exactly what may have upset the person

C. Feel annoyed and think of ways to leave the situation

D. Demand an apology

5. You have as super busy schedule today, and only two hours to fit in an extra activity! What do you do?

A. A quick 30-minute yoga session and some "me time" relaxation activity

B. This is perfect! Now I can cook a snack, water the plants, watch some TV, maybe shower too...

C. An hour and 45 minutes of Netflix, of course!

D. I don't need a break — let's move the next activity up by two hours.

6. Your AC is broken, and the summer heat is unforgiving. What's your plan of action?

A. Immediately call a repair company to replace entire AC system.

B. Research online which AC systems are the best while staying over at a friend's for the meantime.

C. Look up AC hacks to try before calling for help

D. Call the company that produced the AC system and ask why their product is faulty. Demand warranty.

7. And lastly, what's your go-to text reply?

A. That's nice!

B. Great!

C. Cool beans

D. Ah-mazing~

Here are your results!

If you answered mostly As... you're an avocado-strawberry smoothie bowl! Don't be fooled by its plain Jane exterior. One sip of this hybrid fruit plus veggie mix packs a punch of creamy almond milk flavor interlaced with a refreshing tinge of cucumber and will leave you craving more. This smoothie bowl blends so well that you can even pour it in a glass to take on the go. Just like you, this smoothie's icon is an easy, breezy summer spirit who focuses on the important things and people in life. You also care deeply about your body and mind, and it shows!

If you answered mostly Bs... you're the Raspberry Bubblegum Blast smoothie bowl! Your sweet, playful nature and bright personality make for a fun combo in both food and at parties. The seedy raspberry of this drink is muted by the burst of bubblegum sass, and Lord knows you can get sassy. You have a positive take on life, even when the going gets tough. You're also known for always being on a time crunch, whether it's because you procrastinated till the last minute or scheduled way too many things at once, but somehow, you manage to burst in at the last second — ready to face life's challenges head on

If you answered mostly Cs... you're the Choco Mint smoothie bowl! You don't beat around the bush, you lay on top of it — observant, reserved and munching on a bar of chocolate. You don't start most conversations, but in the discussions you do participate in, you have a minty, refreshing take on even the same old, same old topic. And when you're not out and about, you're probably cuddling a furry animal or pillow pet on the couch at three in the afternoon, watching drama reruns with a carton of ice cream chilling on your tum, no shame. There is nothing that can replace the luxury of comfort. After all, what better time for Netflix n' chill if not summer?

If you answered mostly Ds... this Ocean Reefs smoothie bowl probably speaks to you on a spiritual level. The kiwi balls and coconut cubes are powdered with a scoop of Blue Majik Spirulina blended with green algae, which makes for a tropical creamy texture that sums up your persona to a tee. You work hard and play hard. There's no "kick-back-and-relax" until you hit the coasts, and then it's all fun and games under the sun — if you're not already out traversing through the jungle or elsewhere abroad. Life has its ups and downs, but you ride the waves and take it as it comes, shaping your own future (and fruit!) to rise to your standards of greatness.

Cover Image Credit: Be Fit Smoothies

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Prep These Snacks for Healthy On Campus Treats

Easy to Prep, Easy to Take With You

Eating healthy on a college campus can be a bit of a chore, especially when you’ve got fast food places every few feet, and the college meal plan doesn’t exactly offer the healthiest options. Snacks are normally limited to whatever you can get out of the vending machines, so chips and candy bars are a staple. If you want to eat a little healthier, here are some healthy snacks that you can prep easily to take with you to class, the dorm room, or wherever you need to go — even if you don’t have a kitchen to cook in.

Fresh Fruit

Most fresh fruit needs to be refrigerated, but you do have some options if you don’t want to haul around a portable cooler or lunchbox to your classes.

  • Apples are awesome sources of fiber and can be stored in a bag or backpack without refrigeration. Other tree fruits — pears, peaches, nectarines, etc — can also work, though you might need to be a bit more careful with someone of these. They’re soft enough that they might squish in your bag if they end up under a textbook.
  • Bananas — A potassium powerhouse, these little self-wrapped fruits are perfect if you need a quick pick me up during the day.
  • Citrus Fruits — Oranges, Tangelos and Mandarins are great little snacks, as long as you have somewhere to dispose of the peel when you’re done.


This might seem messy, but apple sauce packets designed for small children can be a great way to carry a healthy snack with you without the need for a spoon. If you’re handy though, you can turn the foil lid of a regular applesauce cup into a spoon with a few twists! As an added bonus, many of these packets contain other fruits and some even contain vegetables.

Green Bean Chips

These sound a little odd but hear us out — dried green beans have the consistency of potato chips while giving you all the nutritional benefits of regular green beans. You can buy them pre-packaged (check your local farmers market if you don’t see them at the grocery store) or you can make them yourself, just by drying them for a few hours in a cool oven.

Fresh Vegetables

These might require some refrigeration, but you won’t need anything more than a cutting board and a good knife to prepare them. Some good vegetable options might include:

  • Carrots — alone or with hummus or dip, these snacks keep for quite a while in your bag, making them ideal for between class snacks.
  • Celery — while it doesn’t have a lot of nutritional value, it’s super tasty when paired with peanut butter or other nut butters.
  • Sugar Snap Peas — a tasty treat with a hint of sweetness, these can be eaten raw and whole or dried into chips.

Any fresh vegetable you can chop up and stick in a container can potentially be a good snack. Some of the softer vegetables, like tomatoes or cucumbers, should be stored with a cold pack though to keep them fresh.


Most nuts, like almonds, cashews, peanuts, and walnuts, are packed full of good protein and fiber to keep you going throughout the day. They also don’t need any refrigeration, so you can stash them in your bag and forget about them until you need them. If you get bored of one type, it’s easy to mix them up. They’re also a great addition to any trail mix.

Just be careful to enjoy them in moderation. While nuts are good for you, they can also be high in calories.

Nut Butters

If crunching on nuts in a quiet lecture hall doesn’t appeal to you, try switching to nut butters instead. They have all the nutritional benefits of the nuts themselves, come in a variety of types, and can be spread on just about anything. Make a nut butter and jelly sandwich, eat celery with nut butter, or spread it on crackers — the sky is the limit. Stick to natural or organic nut butters though — these usually don’t have any additives, which makes for a healthier snack.


Don’t start loading up the butter. Without all the extra toppings, popcorn can be one the healthiest snacks in your arsenal. Invest in a cheap air popper — they’re about $20 at Wal-Mart and take up very little counter space — and pop your own. It’s okay to add a little bit of butter, but you don’t want to make it equal the stuff you can get at the movie theater.

Protein Bars

These aren’t always the healthiest option, depending on the brand you choose, but they can do in a pinch and many are flavored with chocolate or other sweet options, making it easier to pick up a protein bar instead of a chocolate candy bar. Look for brands that are low in processed sugars and made with all natural ingredients.


This savory spread is made from chickpeas, which are high in protein, and can be paired with just about anything. Dip carrots or pretzels in it, spread it on crackers, or use it as a replacement for mayo on your turkey sandwich. Hummus can be high in salt, depending on the flavors that are added to it, so enjoy it in moderation. It does also need to be refrigerated, so stash your hummus in with your fresh vegetables or other cold snacks.

Snacking on campus doesn’t need to be entirely unhealthy, even if you do enjoy your chips and candy bars. Supplement your snack regimen with a few of these healthy alternatives to help you lower your sugar intake and keep you energized so you can get to all those early morning classes!

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