3 Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Bowls


pineapple green smoothie bowl with toppings


3 Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Bowls.

If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy your daily dose of fruits and veggies, try one of these smoothie bowl recipes. Packed with nutrients and infinitely customizable, these breakfast smoothie bowls make it easy to get your recommended intake of fruits and vegetables in one delicious sitting.

To make a smoothie bowl, combine your favorite fruits, vegetables, and other ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. 

Then, pour the mixture into a bowl and top with whatever you like – fresh fruit, nuts or seeds, granola, or even chocolate chips. The possibilities are endless!

Not only are smoothie bowls incredibly delicious, but they’re also super healthy. Fruits and vegetables are essential to any diet, and blending them into a smoothie bowl ensures you’ll get all the vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants your body needs. 

Smoothie bowls are also a great way to add fiber to your diet.

So what are you waiting for? Start whipping up some insanely good breakfast smoothie bowls today!

Why are smoothie bowls so popular?

There are a few reasons why smoothie bowls have become so popular in recent years. First, they make a great healthy breakfast or snack option. 

Smoothie bowls are packed with nutrients and can be made with different fruits and vegetables. They’re also easy to make and can be customized to your liking.

Another reason smoothie bowls are so popular is that they are so beautiful. With their vibrant colors and creative toppings, smoothie bowls make for beautiful photos. 

And since we all love sharing our food on social media, it’s no surprise that these bowls have taken off.

So if you’re looking for a nutritious and delicious meal or snack, try making a smoothie bowl!

Are smoothie bowls good for you?

Assuming you’re referring to a smoothie bowl made with wholesome nutrient-dense ingredients, then yes! Smoothie bowls are very good for you.

These colorful smoothie bowls are rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber. And smoothie bowls make a wonderfully healthy breakfast or snack option. Not to mention, they’re incredibly delicious and satisfying.

If you’re looking to up the health factor even further, try adding superfood toppings to your smoothie bowl. Things like chia seeds, goji berries, or cacao nibs will give your bowl an extra boost of nutrients.

Are smoothie bowls gluten free?

Yes, smoothie bowls are gluten free when you use fresh, wholesome ingredients, like fruit, veggies, milk, plain yogurt, seeds and nuts. However, if you start getting creative and add ingredients like granola for a little crunch or protein powder, be sure it is certified gluten free. 

Best ingredients to use in smoothie bowls

To make a truly delicious and nutritious smoothie bowl, you’ll need to start with the best fresh ingredients. That means using fresh fruits and vegetables, organic if possible, and high-quality gluten free protein powder or yogurt. 

Here are some of our favorite combinations:

-Banana, almond butter, and chocolate protein powder

-Strawberries, blueberries, and gluten free vanilla yogurt

-Mango, pineapple, and coconut milk

-banana, spinach, kale, and green apple juice

Smoothie bowl ideas

1. Start with a base of frozen bananas for sweetness, and add your favorite fruits, veggies, and superfoods.

2. Get creative with toppings like certified gluten free granola, shredded coconut, nut butter, and fresh fruit.

3. Add a boost of protein with chia seeds or Greek yogurt.

4. Make it green with spinach or kale.

5. Get tropical with pineapple or mango.

6. Spicy it up with ginger or turmeric.

No matter what combination you choose, make sure to add a few ice cubes to your blender for a thick and frosty texture. 

topping suggestions

Here are some of our favorites:

-Fresh fruit: diced mango, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, etc.

-Coconut flakes

-Chia seeds

-Certified gluten free granola


-pure maple syrup

-Nut butter


When it comes to smoothie bowls, there are a few things you need to keep in mind when storing them. 

First, if you’re using fresh fruits and vegetables, they will only last in the fridge for a couple of days. So, if you’re not going to eat your smoothie bowl right away, make sure to freeze it. 

Second, if you’re using dairy products like yogurt or milk, they will also only last a couple of days in the fridge. So again, freezing is your best bet if you want your smoothie bowl to last longer. 

Lastly, if you’re using any protein powder or other powders, they can tend to clump up when stored in the fridge. So it’s best to mix them with some liquid (milk or water) before adding them to your smoothie bowl.

Why do we love smoothie bowls so much?

We love smoothie bowls for a few reasons. First, they’re healthy and packed with nutrients. Second, they’re easy to make and can be customized to your liking. Third, they’re DELICIOUS!

Smoothie bowls are a great way to start your day or refuel after a workout. They’re packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants and can be made with any combination of fruits, vegetables, and superfoods you like. Plus, they’re pretty darn tasty.

3 Healthy Breakfast Smoothie Bowls Recipes


Pineapple Blackberry Chia Smoothie Bowl

Not all smoothie bowls are created equal. Meet your new power breakfast, the Pineapple Blackberry Chia Smoothie Bowl. In this recipe there are no sweeteners added or milk in this pineapple blackberry chia smoothie bowl. The ingredients used in this recipe are rich in powerful antioxidants and packed with essential nutrients.

pineapple chia smoothie in a bowl topped with fruit



2 cups cubed watermelon

1 cup cubed pineapple

1 cup fresh blackberries

½ cup filtered water

2 Tbsp. GF chia seeds

1 tsp. maca powder

1 tsp. fresh minced ginger (optional)

Topping ideas: pineapple, strawberries, mint, raspberries, hemp hearts, pumpkin seeds, nuts



Combine all the ingredients in a high-speed blender until smooth. Refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight

Divided into two serving bowls and top with fruit, seeds and nuts


Best Smoothie Power Bowl

This nutrient dense smoothie power bowl takes only 5 minutes to make. Using fresh fruit as a sweetener, with added flax and maca powder, makes this smoothie a powerhouse of smoothie bowls.

overview of smoothie bowl topped with berries



1 medium ripe banana, sliced and previously frozen

1 cup frozen organic blackberries

½ avocado

1 tsp. maca powder

1 tsp. GF ground flaxseed

1 ½ cups cashew milk

Toppings; organic strawberries, organic grapes, organic blackberries, organic frozen blueberries, fresh mint



Add all the smoothie ingredients to a high-speed blender and blend until smooth

Divide smoothie between two bowls and top with desired toppings


Immune Boosting Pineapple Smoothie Bowl

This immune boosting pineapple smoothie bowl has a refreshing tropical flavour. Pineapple is rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. Pineapple also helps with digestive health, and has been known to reduce inflammation and is high in manganese, which helps in strengthening bones.

pineapple green smoothie bowl with toppings



2 medium ripe bananas, sliced and frozen

2 cups coconut milk

1 ½ cups roughly chopped fresh pineapple

2 handfuls fresh organic baby spinach leaves

1 avocado

2 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice

1 tsp. maca powder

1 tsp. GF ground flaxseed

Toppings: fresh pineapple, honeydew, berries, apples, pears, oranges nuts and seeds



Add all the smoothie ingredients to a high-speed blender and blend until smooth

Divide smoothie between four bowls and top with desired toppings


We hope you enjoy these delicious smoothie bowls for breakfast, after a workout or as a healthy dessert. Enjoy!