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This mixed berry smoothie bowl is a fun new way to "drink" a smoothie while adding your favorite toppings!

Let’s talk about smoothie bowls. It’s a weird trend that I tried to get behind and I just can’t. I feel like I’m just drinking cold soup that hasn’t been pureed enough so there’s chunks of stuff in it. Sounds super appetizing, huh? I’m seeing smoothie bowls pop up and everywhere and even some shops in Cali have them now too. I have nothing against people who like them, I just personally don’t understand it. A smoothie is a smoothie to me. Put it in a cup, put a straw in it, and drink. I don’t get why you need to have toppings all over it. It’s not a pizza.

HOWEVER. I’m a stickler to my motto of trying something once before you can say you don’t like it, so of course I had to try it out for myself and make a blog post on it. Plus, if there are smoothie bowl fans out there, you could benefit from this recipe, right? Or if you’ve never tried a smoothie bowl before and you’ve wanted to, this is your chance to see if you like it or not to pursue this new smoothie way of life!

This mixed berry smoothie bowl is a fun new way to "drink" a smoothie while adding your favorite toppings!

This mixed berry smoothie bowl is a fun new way to "drink" a smoothie while adding your favorite toppings!

Mixed Berry Smoothie Bowl

This mixed berry smoothie bowl is a fun new way to "drink" a smoothie while adding your favorite toppings!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1
Author: Julie Chiou
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Ingredients 

  • 1 cup coconut milk beverage, not from the can
  • cup frozen mixed berries
  • 1 large banana
  • 2 tablespoons cashew butter, or your favorite nut butter
  • Your favorite toppings: fruit, granola, chia seeds, etc.

Instructions

  • Pour the coconut milk into the bottom of the blender jar. Then add the frozen berries, banana, and cashew butter on top. Securely place lid on the jar and blend until no chunks remain. You may need to stop and stir it around if it's too thick.
  • Pour smoothie into a bowl and place toppings on top.

YOUR NOTES

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Course: Drink
Cuisine: American
Keyword: homemade smoothie, smoothie, smoothie recipe
Recipe Rating




Fizaa

Saturday 17th of November 2018

So yummy ?! I tried it but instead I used peanut butter and no bananas, and almond milk but it still tasted gorgeous! The peanut butter is taste able but doesn’t overpower the berries! Instead I drank it too because I was just in that kinda mood ??! A definite must try!

Lisa

Saturday 18th of July 2015

Hi Julie - I have to agree with you - I'm on the go and grabbing a smoothie "too go" for a quick breakfast works for me. If I had time to sit down and eat a bowl of something, maybe I'd drink a smoothie with it, but I don't want stuff in my smoothie. I am going to use this recipe for a smoothie with out the add-ons though! Thank you

Reduceri haine

Wednesday 24th of June 2015

Amazing colors!

Laura (Tutti Dolci)

Monday 22nd of June 2015

This is such a pretty smoothie bowl, love those toppers!

Amanda

Friday 19th of June 2015

I have had the same reaction about smoothie bowls. I love smoothies, but their portability is the best part (in my opinion). If I'm making one it's because I want a grab a go item. I don't know how I'd feel about eating one with a spoon and it having chunks of stuff in it. Yours looks so pretty and bright though.