Smoothie Bowls. These are always Pinterest worthy breakfast. This tasty recipe combines banana & mixed berries to make an insanely good bowl.
When you just want something sweet and creamy but not full of artificial sugar. Think berry smoothie bowl! Packed with so many important vitamins, I will put a list at the bottom of this post so you can see what good-ness you’re eating.
It’s vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, and three times more delicious, and that’s why I feel ok having it for breakfast, and I would eat it for lunch and dinner too if I could.
I have been making smoothies and smoothie bowls for years, I absolutely love them. Is it strange to say it’s really therapeutic to make? Especially when you finally get the swirly going in the blender. I will be doing a few different recipes for the blog but if you are wanting some asap, there is an acai bowl recipe and Ped did a lovely berry bowl too. I’ll leave the link here…
Just use wholesome, tasty ingredients and the rest is easy… it’s so simple to make your own you’ll never buy any from the supermarket again! Homemade is always better for you! On that note, we also made our own granola. I will write up a post on this really soon. It’s possibly the most delicious granola I have ever eaten and it smelt like the entrance to Disney Land. Yes granola can be much much healthier than the one I made, but you’re allowed a bit of decadence… yin and yang…
Going Coconuts for Smoothie bowls…
I’m so happy I’ve finally bit the bullet and bought these beautiful coconut bowls! You can find them here, they come with spoons too which was fab! They’re great value for money and make your bowl look extra pretty!!
They are 100% natural coconut shells that have been handmade and shaped into coconut bowls, they are non-toxic and everyone is different which I love.
Anyway, let’s get on with the recipe…
- 2 frozen bananas
- 1 cup of mixed berries
- 1 scoop vanilla protein shake
- 100ml light coconut milk
- Add your coconut milk and protein powder into the blender.
- Put in all the frozen fruit and leave for 3/4 minutes whilst you chop up any fruit for the toppings.
- Blend until smooth, don’t be tempted to add my liquid just keep mashing.
- Once done, scoop into your coconut bowls. Top with fruit and granola.
It's better to leave the frozen fruit to slightly defrost before you blend as it will blend much better.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 255Total Fat: 8gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 6mgSodium: 112mgCarbohydrates: 36gFiber: 6gSugar: 20gProtein: 12g
I hope you’ve enjoyed this smoothie bowl recipe. I will leave a few of our latest posts for you to have a browse through below and don’t forget to check out the list of vitamins you’ll find in this bowl of goodness!!
- Sweet Potato, Spinach and Lentil Curry
- Strawberry, Mango, Peach & Banana smoothie bowl
- Tuna Steak with Chilli Oil and Greens
- Lemon Drizzle Cake
- Watermelon, Lime & Mint Slush
In this bowl there are vitamins A,B,B6,C6,E, and K. There is also fibre, manganese, copper, folate, this bowl is also very high in antioxidants! You’ll also be getting at least 2/3 of your 5 a day! Whats not to love!