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13 Healthy Smoothie Bowl Recipes You Must Try For Breakfast

Smoothie bowls are not only healthy but aren’t they pretty and totally instagram worthy?

It’s an easy way to eat more fruits and vegetables. And you want to know the best part? The only equipment you need is a blender or food processor! 

You basically get to mix anything you want in the smoothie bowl. Get creative! Find out what you like and don’t like in your own smoothie bowl. Maybe challenge yourself to make different color smoothie bowl each time? Sounds like a fun idea!

#1 Mixed Berry Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at The Little Blog of Vegan

Would you please take nice long look at this smoothie bowl? Notice the yummy colors and decorations? Yes, yes it’s edible alright 🙃

So are you ready to make your own?

…and here’s what ingredients you’ll need: frozen raspberries, frozen bananas, frozen strawberries, almond milk, vanilla extract, and some food coloring. Check out the tutorial for more details on to finish your bowl.

#2 Chocolate Covered Cherry Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at Pies & Tacos

Don’t the chocolate cherries look yummy? Well, let’s get going!

Start off my melting some dark chocolate and dipping your cherries. Set them aside to dry on some parchment paper.

Ingredients: frozen bananas, frozen pears, almond milk, some pitted cherries, and some cacao nibs! Take a look at the recipe for all the deets!

#3 Turquoise Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at Dans le Lakehouse

Would you look at that? A nice natural turquoise color…I know what you’re thinking. “That ish ain’t natural!”

Oh it really is natural! The secret ingredient is…..unicorn tears….just kidding. It’s Blue Majik, a natural algae powder.

Tanya put together a ‘science experiment’ of a recipe over on Dans le Lakehouse! Be sure to head on over there to check it out.

#4 Vitamin C Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at Motherhood in Stilettos

Here’s a smoothie bowl that’s action packed with vitamin C to help boost your immune system! Not to mention it looks very pretty, do we have to eat it afterwards? Just kidding, of course we are!

Ingredients: frozen strawberries, frozen pineapple chunks, an orange, a grapefruit, a blood orange, and some water. Be sure to check out the recipe for some beautiful pictures of the finished dish!

#5 Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at The Adventure Bite

Wow, look at that vibrant color! That can’t be real can it? Oh yes it is. The recipe calls for some pitaya, which may not be very easy to find (you may need to order it online, check out the link at The Adventure Bite). Once you’re you have everything, you can easily be the talk of the neighborhood by serving this colorful, exotic drink to your guests!

#6 Apple Cherry Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at Stress Baking

Here’s a recipe that requires no added sweeteners…AT ALL. The apples and cherries themselves act as natural sweeteners so you’ll still satisfy that sweet tooth you have. There is a combination of cherries and almonds really works quite well here!

Ingredients: Apples, frozen cherries, apple juice, a  frozen banana, oats, ice, chia seeds, and almond extract. Check out the step-by-step tutorial as well as some beautiful pictures over at Stress Baking.

#7 Pina Colada Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at eazy peazy mealz

Ready for a tropical treat? This one resembles a Piña colada without the dairy. Just looking at it makes me want to sit on the beach (or by the pool) and stare off into the distance.

Ingredients: Both fresh and frozen pineapple chunks, mango chunks, banana, ice, coconut flakes, and coconut milk. This recipe will be sure to sweep you off your feet and plop you in a beach chair under an umbrella! Check it out!

#8 Goji Cacao Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at Inspired by This

Check out this delicious looking Goji Cacao smoothie bowl recipe from Alison Wu.

You’ll need the following ingredients: a banana, zucchini, protein powder, almond butter, lingonberry powder, and nut milk.

Additionally you’ll need the following to garnish the bowl: coconut chips, goji berries, hemp seeds, cacao nibs, cinnamon, and cardamom.

#9 Super Green Spinach Banana Smoothie Bowl


Image and tutorial found at Natt Wrobel

This recipe is super healthy, sweet, and green…not to mention affordable. You can easily pick these items up from your local store. Here’s what you’ll need: leafy greens, celery, fruits, and spirulina powder.

Be sure to check out the tutorial!

#10 Blue Muffin Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at Plentyfull Vegan

Don’t let the dark green mush gross you out! This baby’s chop filled with protein and nutrients you need to start off your day.

This recipe from Plentyfull Vegan includes wheat grass powder which have been linked to studies shown to prevent certain health conditions! Check out the post to see what you need to make your very own!

#11 Sweet Potato Mango Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at Foody First

That’s right, you read it right. This recipe includes potatoes! I bet you’re like what?? Does that even work?

Foody First was able to incorporate potatoes into the smoothie bowl so that you’re eating more vegetables vs fruits. The recipe works perfectly for the fall months. Here’s what you’ll need: sweet potatoes, frozen mangos, cauliflower, almond milk, turmeric, cinnamon, cardamom, and black pepper. Check out the recipe for all the deets! Enjoy!

#12 Blood Orange Vanilla Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at The Fit Foodie

Bust out your phone for this one! You’re gonna want to take a picture of this one.

This bowl includes Cauliflower, which is filled with nutrients for your everyday life. Here’s what you’ll need: cauliflower, frozen bananas, cinnamon, ginger, blood orange, vanilla pea protein, sea salt, and nut milk.

Head on over to The Fit Foodie for all the details on how you can make this ‘Gram-worthy bowl!

#13 Lavender Berry Smoothie Bowl


Image and recipe found at Gringalicious

This bowl includes lavender, which is used to treat anxiety, depression, mental exhaustion, and insomnia…just to name a few. I had no idea before reading the post by Gringalicious. That’s absoluelty amazing if you ask me, why wouldn’t you include some lavender in…EVERYTHING! (Ok, that might be kinda weird if you eat it with some chicken….or would it… ***writing down chicken recipe idea in notebook***

All jokes aside, here’s what you’ll need for this amazing bowl: plant-based milk, mixed berries, bananas, plant-based vanilla protein powder, vanilla extract, lavender flowers. Check out the recipe on Gringalicious for all the details

     

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