Have you been to @cedarparkvitalitybowls? They recently refreshed their menu to include salads, grain bowls, wraps, and toasts!
At my #hosted lunch, I tried their power pesto chicken bowl, vitality wrap (vegan), and super seed avocado toast. The toasts, bowls, and wraps range from about $6 to about $13. I’m going to list out the ingredients for each item because YUM!
If you’re up north and need a healthy meal, check out the new items at @cedarparkvitalitybowls. They’re also very popular on delivery apps! I guarantee @cedarparkvitalitybowls is healthier than whatever you usually have brought to your door . Give them a try!”
@vitalitybowls.cypress recently expanded their menu by adding new savory items such as Salads, Grain Bowls, Wellness Wraps, and Power Toasts. They also have açaí bowls, smoothies and juices. Thank you for inviting us out!
What we got: Power Pesto Chicken Bowl, SuperGreen Goddess Salad, Morning Glory Wrap, Rehydrator Juice, Dragon Smoothie, and Vitality Bowl(Med)
The new savory items are a nice addition to the menu! I’m a sweets person so my favorite thing I tried was the açaí bowl. It’s so nice if you’re looking for a sweet treat but trying to keep it healthy.
From Amy, @friscomomlife – “New superfood options at @vitalitybowlsfrisco! Vitality Bowls just released some new savory menu items to complement their already delicious açaí bowls and other favorites. They now have made-to-order wraps, savory toasts and hearty bowls! There are so many fresh, healthy- yet approachable- and delicious options to choose from. We loved our visit today!
Pro tip: Download the Vitality Bowls app for special treats, like an awesome rewards program, a free bowl on your birthday and $3 off just for signing up.
Vitality Bowls in Salt Lake City has partnered with professional basketball player, Royce O’Neale, to give back to students in underserved communities.
The initiative will kick off on June 21 with a brand-new açaí bowl hitting the Vitality Bowls menu at the Salt Lake City location. The limited-time UnBEETable Bowl was developed by O’Neale himself, made with açaí, bananas, strawberries, beet powder and almond milk and topped with organic granola, strawberries, blueberries, hemp seeds and honey.
“The opportunity to partner with Royce and assist in his foundation’s mission is very exciting,” said Carmela Sannuto, co-owner of the Vitality Bowls location in Salt Lake City with Daniel Fuentes. “I’m happy we’re able to help those in need through this collaboration.”
Twenty percent of all UnBEETable Bowl proceeds will go to the The Royce O’Neale Foundation. Royce and his mother, Deborah established the nonprofit in 2018 to provide mentoring and learning opportunities to bridge educational and economic gaps faced by students dealing with economic hardship.
“I’m excited to work with Vitality Bowls and introduce a great new menu item and give back through my foundation,” says O’Neale. “The UnBEETable is exactly the kind of fuel I need to train and stay on the top of my game, I know the customers will love it and feel good about supporting an important cause.”
The UnBEETable Bowl is available at the Salt Lake City Vitality Bowls location for a limited time only.