Its summer ya’ll, and a great time for a refreshing smoothie bowl! I love mixing up smoothies and smoothie bowls because they are a quick and easy way to have a meal that is not heavy or hot. Today I am pleased to share a variety of delicious smoothie bowl recipes with you including my own Blue Tropic Smoothie Bowl.
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Blue Tropic Smoothie Bowl Ingredients
- Frozen banana
- Coconut water
- Frozen pineapple chunks
- Coconut milk ice cubes (canned coconut milk – frozen)
- 1 Tsp blue Spirulina powder
- 1 packet CSE Vanilla Protein Powder (Use code “RACHEL” at check out for 10% off your order!)
Blue Tropic Smoothie Bowl Recipe
Blend all ingredients in blender and pour in bowl. Top with sliced banana, coconut chips, almond granola and edible flowers!
Not only is this smoothie bowl yummy but it has added protein and blue spirulina is a vitamin powerhouse containing: protein, vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants. All of this goodness packed into a fun blue powder that is perfect for smoothies, smoothie bowls, milkshakes and more.
Smoothie Bowl Recipes
Smoothie bowls can be comprised of virtually any fruit combination you can imagine. I am thrilled to be sharing this rainbow of recipes from top food bloggers.
Natalie’s recipe is creamy, sweet and delicious with immunity boosting properties and no added sugar. The colors are like a ray of sunshine, perfect for a morning meal.
Similar to a smoothie bowl but a little thicker, acai bowls are a popular breakfast option at many breakfast spots. Laura shares how to make the perfect acai bowl at a fraction of carry out prices.
How gorgeous is this Dragon Fruit smoothie bowl? The mysterious dragon fruit is full of vitamins, prebiotics and fiber making it a great choice for a smoothie bowl. Mix it with other fruits and top with homemade granola to mix up a mouthwatering breakfast in minutes.
Ok, this smoothie recipe doesn’t really have salsa but a mix of tropical fruits that make it taste like you’re enjoying a delicious tropical beverage. Top with toasted coconut, pomegranate seeds and cubed fruit for a filling breakfast treat.
These activated charcoal smoothie bowls are definitely eye-catching. Activated charcoal creates a detoxifying component to the refreshing and delicious smoothie bowl that is nutritious and loaded with healthy benefits.
You may not be the biggest fan of beets, but they are loaded with nutrients like Vitamin C, potassium and fiber. Added to other ingredients such as banana and raspberries helps hide the beet flavor while providing a healthy, and filling (and gorgeously red) smoothie bowl.
Rachel’s smoothie bowl recipe promises a peanut butter cup experience that is actually a superfood loaded breakfast. In addition to yummy flavors, this smoothie bowl contains clean, simple ingredients and it takes literally minutes to make.
The bonus to green juice and smoothies is the boost of iron that usually comes from kale or spinach like in this green smoothie bowl recipe. The spinach flavor is hidden by the sweet additions of bananas and mango to create a glowing green smoothie bowl you will love.
Shannon shares a yummy vegan peaches and cream smoothie bowl recipe with some great tips to make it super quick and easy. She uses items that may be in many people’s pantries to create this healthier version of a dessert favorite.
I hope these recipes have inspired you to hit the market or fruit stand and whip up some healthy smoothie bowls of your own. Having fresh or frozen fruit on hand makes blending up smoothie bowls a cinch. If you’re looking for other recipes to help keep you COOL during the summer heat, don’t miss my yummy Frosted Lemonade recipe. It is so refreshing and has a boost of protein as well!