There is nothing more refreshing than a delicious, creamy and HEALTHY smoothie bowl! Whether you’re new to smoothie bowls or you’re a seasoned veteran, this Strawberry Mango smoothie bowl recipe will check all those boxes and have you eating smoothie by the spoonful on the regular.
I’ll be honest, breakfast usually isn’t my jam. It’s not that I don’t like breakfast foods, I just don’t like them in the morning! Well, since we moved to Florida, I am really trying to refocus on health and wellness. Turns out, this smoothie bowl is perfect for someone who doesn’t get excited about the first meal of the day!
It’s light, bright and refreshing—it’ll wake you up and give you energy to start the day on the right foot. Not only is it great fuel for breakfast, it makes a decadent snack for those afternoon munchies as well. Depending on your toppings of choice, this sweet treat can pack a serious nutrition punch. Now, let’s get to making!
WHAT YOU NEED
To make a good smoothie bowl, you really do need a quality blender. Trust me, I have tried to make smoothies and smoothie bowls in cheaper options and they just don’t turn out the same. When it comes to blenders, you really do get what you pay for. I use a Vitamix and I would never recommend anything else… that’s how much I love it! While pricey, rumor has it they last for years and years. With the Vitamix, you can blend things with very little to no liquid at all creating the perfect thick and creamy consistency for a smoothie bowl.
STRAWBERRY MANGO SMOOTHIE BOWL RECIPE
- frozen strawberries
- frozen mangos
- handful of kale
- 2 tbsp plant-based milk (I use oat milk!)
- 2 tbsp Greek yogurt
- 1 tbsp raw honey
- Optional: Any toppings you desire!
- Add all ingredients to your Vitamix or blender and blend until smooth. It should be thick! *If you like it thinner, add more of your milk… if you like it thicker, use less milk.
- Pour into your bowl and top with your desired toppings!
SMOOTHIE BOWL TOPPINGS
Once you have your delicious strawberry mango smoothie bowl blended to your desired consistency, top that baby off with even more healthy goodies. Here are some of my favorites to mix and match!
- chia seeds
- healthy granola
- shaved coconut
- fresh fruit slices (mango, banana, kiwi, blueberries, etc.)
- bee pollen
- nuts or seeds
- drizzle of honey
- nut butter
- dark chocolate bits
No matter what toppings you prefer, you can’t go wrong with the added nutrient boost many of these provide! I also love the added texture they give a good, creamy smoothie bowl. Mmmmhmmm.
This smoothie bowl tastes so good, even kids can’t get enough of it. What a great way to sneak in some healthy greens and micronutrients, right?? If you make this strawberry mango smoothie bowl recipe, let me know how you like it in the comments below!
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