Smoothie bowls are the perfect way to add fresh fruits, superfoods and proteins to everyday fare. Adding a smoothie bowl to morning routines guarantees a great start to the day and for lunch too. Smoothie bowls are thicker than regular smoothies – thick enough to eat with a spoon. My cookbook 200 Best Smoothie Bowls has 200 recipes that can be enjoyed anytime for a refreshing, filling and healthy meal or even a delicious dessert. To order a copy, click here.
Here’s just a small sampling of the sumptuous smoothie bowl recipes:
- Breakfast Smoothie Bowls
- Breakfast Harvest Bowl, Frosty French Toast, Breakfast Starter, Pear Pleaser, Sunrise Smoothie Bowl, Energy Buster, Peanut Butter Oat Bowl
- Green Creations
- Clean Green Bowl, Blueberry Flaxseed Bowl, Strawberry Avocado Bowl, Green Zinger, Citrus Kale Bowl, Parsley Pear Bowl, Spinach Almond Bowl
- Kid-Friendly Smoothie Bowls
- Almond Butter and Jelly Bowl, Berry Crunch, Nutella Banana Bowl, Peach Paradise, Mocha Smoothie Bowl, Grape Ape, Peanut Butter Cup
- Anytime Smoothie Bowls
- Pistachio Vanilla Bowl, Pick-Me-Up Bowl, Watermelon Strawberry Bowl, Dreamsicle, Chocolate Cherry Bowl, Pumpkin Pie Bowl, Afternoon Delight
These thick, creamy and delicious smoothie bowls will undoubtedly become a welcome addition for any family. See recipe below for my Green Coconut Bowl recipe pictured above.
Green Coconut Bowl
Prep: 10 minutes
Yield: 1 serving
1⁄4 cup unsweetened coconut milk (or milk of your choice)
1⁄2 frozen banana, cut into pieces if necessary
1⁄3 cup frozen chopped mango
1 cup trimmed kale leaves
2 tbsp unsweetened shredded or flaked coconut
Ice cubes (optional)
Unsweetened shredded or flaked coconut
- In blender, combine coconut milk, banana, mango, kale and coconut. Secure lid and blend (from low to high if using a variable-speed blender) until smooth. If a thicker consistency is desired, add ice, one cube at a time, and blend until smooth.
- Pour into a bowl and top with any of the suggested toppings, as desired.