A simple smoothie bowl

A simple smoothie bowl

A simple smoothie bowl

A smoothie bowl recipe is provided below! Making this delicious breakfast or snack at home is simple with these tips and tactics.
Consider a simple and quick smoothie bowl! Try the fruit puree in a dish with lots of toppings rather than drinking it with a straw. Although it tastes more like dessert than a nutritious way to start the day, it’s a delightful combination of textures and flavors nonetheless! Here are some suggestions for creating a fantastic smoothie bowl, including how to stop it melting too quickly, how to add plenty of protein, and which toppings to use.

First, freeze the bowl. This short step aids in preventing the smoothie from melting too quickly.
While the dish freezes, prepare the toppings. Before blending it, you should have them all ready to go.
Note down the basic formula. Compared to a typical smoothie, the basic recipe for a smoothie bowl is thicker. Use one banana, one cup of frozen fruit, one cup of Greek yogurt, and one cup of orange juice (plus any more to get it to blend).

flavors of a smoothie bowl
Using various frozen fruits, you may customize a smoothie bowl in so many ways! The smoothie made with frozen mixed berries is seen in these pictures (the package with strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries). On the other hand, the basic formula has many modifications.

On the other hand, the basic formula has many modifications. Following are some suggestions for changing the frozen fruit:
Strawberry can be combined with frozen strawberries, or it can be strawberry-flavored with blueberries, mangoes, peaches, or pineapple.
Frozen blueberries, blueberry peach, or blueberry pineapple are all combinations of blueberries.

Frozen mangos, mango peach, mango pineapple, or mango blueberry are more options for the fruit.

Peach, peach pineapple, peach raspberry, or peach with frozen peaches

Frozen pineapple and pineapple

Use 2 cups of spinach or baby kale, 1 banana, 1 12 cups of frozen mango or pineapple, 12 cup of Greek yogurt, and 12 cup of orange juice to make a green smoothie bowl.

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Including protein in the bowl
Greek yogurt provides a good amount of protein for this smoothie bowl, but you can always add extra. If you’re eating this smoothie bowl as a meal, protein is especially crucial for keeping you satisfied and full. Some notes are as follows:

Greek yogurt: 12 grams of protein are added by 1/2 cup of Greek yogurt.
Add a scoop of protein powder for a significant boost (we like this protein powder: 1 scoop has 24 grams protein)
Chia seeds: 2 grams of protein are added by 1 tablespoon of chia seeds.
Nut butter topping: Almond butter has 3.4 grams of protein per tablespoon.

toppings for smoothie bowls
What toppings for smoothie bowls work best? The perfect topping mixture consists of a perfect balance of fruity, crispy, and smooth ingredients. The essential component, in our opinion? peanut butter We are reminded of hot fudge in a sundae by the way it gently hardens in the smoothie. These are the toppings we prefer:

Blueberries, strawberries, or blackberries are examples of fresh berries.
fruit slices such as pineapple, mango, apples, and bananas
Peanut butter-flavored granola Homemade or store-bought granola
chopped nuts such as cashews, hazelnuts, almond slices, or pecans
such as sesame, sunflower, or pepita seeds

Almond, peanut, cashew, pecan, or walnut butter are examples of nuts (use sunflower butter or tahini for nut free)
Flakes of coconut, big or little
agave syrup, maple syrup, or honey

A simple smoothie bowl

A smoothie bowl recipe is provided below! Making this delicious breakfast or snack at home is simple with these tips and tactics.


1 1/2 cups of mixed frozen berries (or any frozen fruit)
one banana (room temperature)
Orange juice and half a cup of Greek yogurt, with more as needed
Optional: 1 tablespoon of chia seeds or 1 scoop of protein powder

Fresh berries, banana slices or other sliced fruit, granola, almonds, coconut, almond butter, honey, or maple syrup are all acceptable toppings.
Prepare the toppings first, then place the smoothie bowl in the freezer (this helps to slow the melting process).
In a blender, combine the frozen fruit, banana, Greek yogurt, and orange juice. Add a little bit more orange juice as needed and blend until thick and smooth.
Pour into the bowl, then immediately add the garnishes. Enjoy right now.
Notes *To make a smoothie vegan, eliminate the Greek yogurt and keep adding orange juice until the mixture is smooth. Think about including the optional chia seeds or protein powder.