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Ever had a smoothie bowl?? Clearly there is no difference it being in a cup, but the thought of it in a bowl is kinda  interesting. I got this idea from the foodies on Instagram. Playing with food in a colorful way is currently my new hobby.

Smoothie bowls are thick fruit or vegetable drinks with different toppings in a bowl. With the right ingredients, they are supposed to be healthy drinks that you can feel good and slurp about it. Great for a breakfast meal, you can totally supplement it with coffee or bread.

Here are the key components of a smoothie bowl:

Vegetables: Kale, spinach, cucumber, celery, pumpkin, carrots, beets and other favorites are all great in smoothie bowls.
Fruits: Frozen fruits work the best. Fresh fruits will work, too, but you just need to add ice cubes for thickness and temperature.
Proteins: Protein powder (can be plant-based ), yogurt, chia, sesame seeds or hemp seeds, and nut butters.
Healthy fats: Add avocado, nuts, seeds or coconut oil.
Liquid: Choose water, milk (dairy or non-dairy) or coconut water. Start with a little and gradually add a small amount at a time to ensure you achieve your desired consistency.
Toppings: Granola, unsweetened coconut, fresh fruit, seeds and nuts are tasty toppings. Avoid added sugars as much as possible.

How to make “Banana + mango + blue berries smoothie bowl.”

Prep time: 5 mins   Blend time: 1 min   Total time: 6 mins

Yields /Serves: 1 pax

*Main Ingredients*


-1 sliced banana

– 1 full mango

– 1 bowl of blue berries

– 3 Tsp of water

*Main Tools*

– Bowl

– Spoon

– Blender

– a knife

– chopping board


– 1/2 a banana -slices

– blue berries

– a hand full of sesame seeds


1. Always place a liquid at the base of the blender add the water, then add in the sliced banana, mango, berries – blend. NB; the smoothie has to be THICK.

2. Pour the smoothie to a bowl, align the toppings in different lines depending on the toppings you have.


NB: “There are so many toppings to use, like – shredded coconut, nuts, berries, and other sliced /diced fruits.” Frozen fruits are ideal too. Have fun making them.

3. Serve when ready.

Final outcome:


Feel free to share your smoothie bowls, and make them colorful and appetizing.

Love and Love.


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