Create a pleasing breakfast that is filled with nutrients and definitely social media worthy. We searched the Internet for the best breakfast smoothie bowls we could find and gathered them for you to try.
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1. Peanut Butter & Jelly Smoothie Bowl
You can hide veggies in it and not know the difference! Yep, this is a hide-your-veggies smoothie and it’s AMAZING.
But, wait, won’t this mess with your blood sugar too??
Nope! The fiber in the veggies and whole fruit help slow down the sugar absorption in your bloodstream, keeping your blood sugar more stable and making you feel fuller, longer. You’ll also be consuming a whole lot of micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) that your body needs to function properly, but would be missing out on if all you ate was bread, jelly, and peanut butter. Try it and let me know what you think!
From: Diet Confessionals
2. Pina Colada Smoothie Bowl
The trick to making the perfect smoothie bowl is to not add much liquid—a trick that took me far too long to realize. You want your smoothie bowl to be thick enough to eat with a spoon, which means you need to be patient during the blending process.
From: The Almond Eater
3. Green Smoothie Bowl
Let’s chat about this bowl business. I know I’m crazy. Considering that most of the contents in this bowl is spinach and I still think it’s the most delicious bowl ever makes me a bonafide lunatic. There’s no denying it. But, my friends, this green smoothie bowl does not taste like salad. It’s cool, creamy, thick, refreshing, and chockfull of sweet banana and pineapple. You’ll be hooked too.
From: Sally’s Baking Addiction
4. Banana Berry Smoothie Bowl
From: Julia recipe
5. Berry-licious Smoothie Bowl
This healthy smoothie bowl is made with mixed berries, Greek Yogurt, and Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk. With blueberries, bananas, almonds, and granola as toppings, this easy smoothie bowl recipe is the ultimate breakfast of champions. And it’s really, really pretty too. Don’t underestimate the power of cute food.
From: A latte food
6. Acai Smoothie Bowl
I’m on a serious acai bowl kick. (LOL how’s that for a transition?) Revolution Juice & Thirst Juice Co. both make a good one (hit them up if you’re in Boston!), but more often than not, I’ll just blend up my own at home. I used to always try to sneak some greens into my smoothie bowls, but lately I’ve had an insatiable craving for fruit, fruit and more fruit. Yes it’s a lot of sugar. No I don’t care. Sorry kale, but you’re not invited to this party.
From: Pumps & Iron
7. Hunger Slaying Dragon Fruit Coconut Smoothie Bowl
My recipe for a Dragon Fruit Coconut Smoothie Bowl is a nourishing sweet treat that is a quick fix for breakfast, a pre or post workout snack or healthy dessert. It was almost too pretty to eat. Almost. If you can’t find the fruit fresh, I’ve noticed that many upscale grocery stores sell it in the frozen fruit section.
From: The Fit Fork
8. Blueberry Mint Smoothie Bowl
Adding fresh mint takes a normal blueberry smoothie to the next level. The combo of banana, blueberries, and mint is so refreshing; a great way to start the day! Highly recommend using all frozen fruit to make it as creamy as possible.
From: Emilie Eats
9. Low-Sugar Blueberry Coconut Smoothie Bowl
If you’re not adding vegetables to your smoothies, you’re missing out! We’re talking ingredients beyond spinach and kale, too. Think zucchini, sweet potato, cauliflower and beets. Adding vegetables to smoothies is a great way to sneak more veggies into your diet and take full advantage of the wide range of health benefits they offer. This healthy, low-sugar blueberry coconut smoothie bowl tastes like blueberry ice cream but won’t spike your blood sugar and will help keep you full and energize you for hours.
From: Running on Real Food
10. Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl
A healthy Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl recipe made with coconut milk, oats, honey and a secret ingredient – cauliflower! This easy to make smoothie blends up in minutes making it the perfect breakfast choice for any morning. The best part? It’s made with simple clean eating ingredients and is gluten free, dairy free and vegan possible too!
From: Always Nourished
11. 5 Minute Super Berry Smoothie Bowl
To make the super berry smoothie bowl you will need to invest, as its name suggests, 5 minutes of your time and 5 basic ingredients, which you probably already have in your fridge: frozen mixed berries, a ripe banana, almond milk, vanilla extract (optional) and fresh spinach. Yup, spinach creeps its way into this smoothie and you never would have guessed it from its gorgeous, vibrant colour. The colour from the berries overshadow the green spinach, and thankfully so! For extra protein, you can also add some protein powder into your smoothie or flax or chia seeds. Once you have gathered your ingredients, blend and pour out into a bowl.
From: Ahead of Thyme
12. Hot Chocolate Smoothie Bowl
Stay warm this winter with this creamy hot chocolate smoothie bowl! Made with wholesome ingredients and loaded with fiber and plant based protein, this vegan smoothie makes a healthy and comforting breakfast or snack.
From: Running with Spoons
13. Apple Cinnamon Crunch Smoothie Bowl
This green smoothie is lightly spiced with cinnamon (although I always add more!), slightly tart thanks to Granny Smith apple chunks, and satiating thanks to plant-based vanilla protein powder. Feel free to decorate it however you like, grab a spoon, and enjoy!
From: My Fresh Perspective
14. Pitaya Smoothie Bowl
I think pitaya smoothie bowls were made for me. The COLOR is extraordinary. It’s the prettiest food (drink?) I’ve ever seen and I want to forever make these because they just brighten my day. As I’m blending this in the blender, all I can do is smile. Everything gets jostled around and then all you see the contents do is start turning this bright bright pink. It’s GORGEOUS! Almost too pretty to eat!
From: Table for Two
15. Banana Split Smoothie Bowl
Eating a protein rich breakfast helps you to start your day on the right foot and helps you to stay fuller throughout the morning than eating a low-protein breakfast. I know that when I eat just a bowl of cereal for breakfast, my husband and I are both hungry an hour later.
When we eat something like eggs, oatmeal with peanut butter or a protein-rich smoothie, we are full for much longer. My daughter has it right, she eats a big breakfast, a medium sized lunch and a medium sized dinner.
From: The Nutritionist Reviews
16. Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl
Grapefruit are super healthy and one of my favourite breakfast foods. I can remember my mother preparing grapefruit for me as a child as part of my breakfast, sprinkled with sugar. I loved the flavour and I still do but I also love that grapefruit may help promote healthy skin, and may even help with weight loss. Perfect for starting your day off right.
This Grapefruit Breakfast Smoothie Bowl recipe will help you get going with an energizing and filling breakfast packed with fruit.
From: Frugal Mom Eh
17. Mango Pineapple Tropical Smoothie Bowl
Honestly, who says you have to be in Hawaii to enjoy such a delicious blend of heaven? I could eat this back in Canada any time of year. Who doesn’t love pineapples and mangos blended together and topped with even more fruit, granola, and coconut?
From: Ahead of Thyme
18. Mixed Berry Smoothie Bowl
I needed an injection of HEALTHY into my day and nothing says healthy like a colourful mixed berry smoothie bowl. I feel better simply taking in the vibrant colour and varied textures before I have even tasted it.
From: Supergolden Bakes
19. Kiwi Dragonfruit Green Smoothie Bowl
This Kiwi Dragonfruit Green Smoothie Bowl is a delicious tropical green smoothie served in a bowl with fruit topping.
From: Smile Sandwich
20. Pumpkin Cinnamon Crunch Smoothie Bowl
This easy and healthy PUMPKIN CINNAMON CRUNCH SMOOTHIE BOWL is full of nutrients to get you through the entire morning.
From: Happy Food Healthy Life
21. Tropical Coconut Smoothie Bowl
This tropical coconut smoothie bowl is an energizing breakfast recipe made with fresh fruit and natural ingredients. The base is filled with tropical fruits like mango and pineapple and it’s thickened with coconut milk. Top this smoothie bowl with your favorite healthy ingredients like extra fresh fruit, chia seeds and granola!
From: What Molly Made
22. Berry Almond Smoothie Bowl
Don’t feel the need to stick with the topping I used. I love the sweetness from the chocolate and the crunch from the muesli, but feel free to add anything you want, like extra berries or chopped nuts. If you feel so inclined you can even add some vanilla protein to this to fulfill some serious macros.
From: What Molly Made
23. Peach Pie Smoothie Bowl
Smoothie bowls are just THICK smoothies–so thick that you need to eat them with a spoon! Basically this recipe reminds me of a giant bowl of soft-serve peach ice cream. Yeah, it’s that good.
From: Chasing Vibrance
24. Blue Mermaid Smoothie Bowl
All you need to make this beautiful Blue Mermaid Smoothie Bowl is a high speed blender and a handful of delicious ingredients. I used frozen bananas and (frozen) white grapes for my base, along with almond milk and coconut yogurt to keep it nice and creamy. Adding just a squeeze of lemon helps to eliminate that sort of ‘pond scum’ like flavour that you may have experienced in the past with spirulina – although I have to say that Blue Majik is far more subtle than regular spirulina. Topped off with some of my favourite tropical fruits and toasted pistachios this smoothie bowl is sure to dazzle your taste buds. So what are you waiting for? Get stuck in!
From: Greens of the Stone Age
25. Raspberry Cacao Smoothie Bowl
I love green smoothies. I totally credit them with starting my day off right with a big serving of fruit, vegetables and healthy fats, and helping my immune system out. And I haven’t caught a cold in ages! Most days I drink them on the go, but on those (rare) lazy mornings when I have the time, I love to make a smoothie bowl. It just makes me happy to eat a breakfast that looks so pretty! I also love the opportunity to add even more colour, crunch and texture on top like fresh fruit, coconut, granola, chia seeds, nuts or anything else you like.
From: Spicy Ice Cream
26. Mango Kiwi Chia Seed Smoothie Bowl
Mango Kiwi Chia Seed Smoothie Bowl (V+GF): a super easy recipe for a light, refreshing and filling smoothie bowl full of mangoes and topped with kiwis. Vegan and Gluten Free.
From: Beaming Baker
27. Creamsicle Smoothie Bowl
Orange Creamsicle Smoothie Bowl! Creamy, dreamy and everything you want in a smoothie that you can spoon. I love spooning my smoothies! Spooning > Sipping.
From: Love & Zest