Author: Robyn Deeley
You've seen them filling your Instagram feed, colorful and lush, topped and styled with exquisitely cut strawberries, kiwis and figs, that look more like they belong in an art gallery rather than atop blended fruits and vegetables. Now here you are, ready to give this smoothie bowl thing a try, and you've come to the right place. If you don't like bananas though (for some insane reason), leave now.
So, having made my fair share of failed smoothie bowls––too runny, too sweet, not sweet enough, frozen broccoli will always make it grainy––here are my top 5 smoothie bowl recipes that you can't mess up. (No guarantees with the fruit art though.)
Sweet and simple, just how we like it. The almond milk can be substituted for any nut milk, enjoy!
Blend all ingredients, top with shaved coconut, raw granola, and any fruit you desire! Makes 2 servings.
This creamy coconut concoction is one of my favorites and is a perfect fit for the coconut lover out there.
Blend all ingredients, top with 2tbs of shredded coconut, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries. Makes 2 servings (or 1 if you're feeling it).
This is my most frequently made recipe by far. The avocado is the secret to super creamy and delicious bowls!
Blend all ingredients, top with granola, chia seeds, sliced bananas and almonds.. Makes 1 serving.
No jelly here, just delicious, chocolatey, peanut buttery goodness that's good morning, noon and night.
Blend all ingredients and top with peanut butter (slightly warmed and runny), bananas, cocoa nibs and puffed rice or granola. Makes 1 serving.
Talk about refreshing. Take a trip to the tropics with this bright and sunny smoothie bowl.
Blend all ingredients, top with shaved coconut, chia seeds and raspberries. Makes 1 serving.
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