Why are smoothie bowls such a thing?! Why am I still posting them?
I keep making them…because the boys keep asking for them. And because they are different. And because they are so healthful. And because there is no added sugar. And because they make a sweet treat, delicious breakfast, and filling after school snack.
Now, for the keys to success with smoothie bowls…
Tips for Enjoying Smoothie Bowls
- Use really ripe bananas to increase the natural sweetness. Bonus points: break ripe bananas into smaller chunks and freeze them. Because…
- Use mostly, if not all, frozen fruit. This will help make the smoothie thicker and more ‘ice cream-like.’
- Be prepared with the topping ingredients to assemble quickly.
- If your store has the bulk food bins, look for toppings like chia, slivered almonds, granola, etc. and only get how much you need. A few pinchfuls of each will only cost ya $.10-$.50!
- Use GF granola or other crunchy GF toppings for GF option.
- Eat right away!
- How to Freeze Different Fruit – a great resource for freezing fruit that you get on sale!!!
As promised, here is another delicious smoothie bowl option for you – all berries, all the time! 😉
Triple Berry Smoothie Bowl
Yield – 4 servings
Preparation Time – 10 minutes
Cooking Time – 2 minutes in blender
- 2 cups unsweetened coconut or almond milk
- 1-ish cup water – depends on how well your blender blends all frozen fruit
- 1 ripe banana
- 2 cups frozen strawberries
- 1 cup frozen raspberries
- Toppings: sliced strawberries, raspberries, blueberries
- Topping: chia seeds
- Add the coconut or almond milk, water and frozen fruit into blender. Blend until smooth…it will be thick, so stream in a little hot water to help thin it out, if necessary.
- Pour quickly into bowls and top with berries and granola.
- Enjoy Triple Berry Smoothie Bowl for breakfast or snack or dessert!