Now the weather is warming up here in the UK, I’ve started to add a smoothie bowl recipe back into my weekend routine. It’s always easier getting up on the weekend when you have a delicious breakfast planned! This is a super easy recipe that only takes about 5 minutes to make. It’s healthy, filling and full of antioxidants from the berries too.
This smoothie bowl recipe is easily adapted to suit what ingredients you have around. If you have a pear, fresh berries, pineapple etc then these will be just as delicious. Just be sure to have enough frozen fruit, at least half, so that the consistency is correct. As a breakfast, you’ll be enjoying a mixture of delicious vitamins, minerals, fats and fibre. If you have them handy, you can add extra goodness by adding in a teaspoon of Maca, Lucuma, Cacao Powder or other superfood powder. I tend to had a sprinkle of each just for good measure, to add extra nutrients!
Getting creative with the toppings is the best bit. Try adding granola topping, seeds, chopped figs, toasted coconut flakes, or sliced apple. You can go as fancy or plain as you like – it will taste amazing whichever way you choose. Nuts and seeds add healthy fats and additional nutritional value, as well as more crunch!
My favourite thing is that it’s a pretty cheap breakfast, bananas and frozen berries are great value products that you can get in even the smaller supermarkets. I tend to make my own Oat Milk using a blender, which is a great money saver too. Read my article on plant-based milks here.
🍓SMOOTHIE BOWL HEAVEN🍉 As a huge breakfast fan I'm going to be recreating all the delicious breakfast creations when I get back to London 🍍 Starting with adding Acai to my weekend smoothie bowl creations like they do at @nalubowls 👌🏼💕 They are delicious!! 😍#nalubowl #smoothiebowl #vegan #thebaliguru
I first got into smoothie bowls when I visited friends Bali, over there they even have smoothie bowl bars dedicated to these dreamy breakfasts! One of the more well known cafes is called Nalu Bowls. If you’re ever over in Bali you definitely need to check them out.
I hope you enjoy the recipe,