BOWL OF STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIE

BOWL OF STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIE

BOWL OF STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIE

Strawberry Smoothie Bowl – delightfully sweet, decadently creamy, and nutritious enough for breakfast!

A strawberry smoothie bowl with strawberries and oats on a marble backdrop.
This Strawberry Smoothie Bowl is luscious, rich, and creamy. It has the texture of a creamy sorbet yet is nutritious enough to be served for breakfast any day of the week.

The most difficult aspect of creating smoothie bowls is getting them to mix into the incredibly thick, delicious texture we desire without having to fight your blender for 15 minutes. BUT, with a few basic tips like the ones listed below, you’ll be mixing smooth smoothie bowls in no time!

Substitutes and Ingredients:
Frozen banana or frozen cauliflower for a sugar-free option.
Strawberries, frozen
Almond, coconut, oat, soy, dairy, and other types of milk can be used.
Choose your own toppings! There’s more on that later.
To Make A Strawberry Smoothie Bowl, Follow These Steps:
Low-speed blending: Toss the fruit into the blender. Allow it to soften for a few minutes in the mixer. Reduce the speed of the blender to low and carefully cut the fruit into tiny bits.

Add the milk and mix until smooth, starting on low and gradually increasing the speed. As required, use a tamper or scrape down the sides.

Toppings and serving: Spoon the smoothie into a bowl and top with whichever toppings you choose.

On a marble backdrop, milk, strawberries, and banana.
In a blender, combine frozen strawberries and banana.
In a blender, combine the strawberries and bananas.
The Secret to Making Thick Smoothie Bowls
Easy thick smoothie bowls may be made in three ways. More information about them may be found in this post about how to make great smoothie bowls!

To begin, start with frozen fruit. Frozen bananas are preferred over fresh bananas, and frozen berries are available for smoothies.

Second, in a high-powered blender, combine all of your frozen fruit. Allow for a 2-minute rest period to allow the fruit to soften somewhat. Begin blending on low until the fruit is broken up into small pieces.

Third, pour in your liquid and mix until fully smooth, scraping the sides or using a tamper if required. As needed, add extra liquid a little at a time.

Bowl of Strawberry Smoothie

Strawberry Smoothie Bowl – delightfully sweet, decadently creamy, and nutritious enough for breakfast!

Ingredients

1 peeled frozen banana
1 cup strawberries, frozen
1/4 cup milk, plus more if necessary
Choose your own toppings!

Instructions
In a blender, combine the banana and strawberries. Allow it to soften for a few minutes in the mixer. Reduce the speed of the blender to low and carefully cut the fruit into tiny bits.

Blend in the milk until smooth, starting on low and then increasing the speed. As required, use a tamper or scrape down the sides.

Pour the smoothie into a bowl and top with whichever toppings you like!

Serve Size: 1 serving (without toppings)

161 calories

22 g sugar

48 mg sodium

2 g fat

0g Saturated Fat

39 g carbohydrate

6 g of fiber

3 g protein

0 mg cholesterol