This post is sponsored by Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk.
This healthy smoothie bowl is made with mixed berries, Greek Yogurt, and Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk. With blueberries, bananas, almonds, and granola as toppings, this easy smoothie bowl recipe is the ultimate breakfast of champions. And it’s really, really pretty too. Don’t underestimate the power of cute food.
Have you ever had a smoothie bowl? Aka, a bowl of Heaven?
You might think I’m exaggerating about this bowl of Heaven business, but really, what’s not to love about a food that’s a cross between a smoothie, parfait, and frozen yogurt? If that doesn’t sell you, then maybe the beaches of Tahiti will.
Because one bite of this berry-licious (autocorrect totally tried to change that to ‘berry-vicious,’ which is just weird) smoothie bowl will have you feeling like you’re vacationing on the golden sands of Tahiti.
The fact that I’ve never been to Tahiti is totally irrelevant. I’ve seen pictures. And those Sandals Resort commercials. Obviously, I know exactly what I’m talking about.
Another bonus for this tropical bowl of fun is the fact that it is h-e-a-l-t-h-y. Filled with essential nutrients and antioxidants, this breakfast will fuel you up for the whole day! #winning
I’m also still 6 years old and like to play with my food, so I love, love, love being able to play with the toppings on smoothie bowls. Don’t let the sparse amount of toppings in the pictures fool you either. After I was done snapping away, I loaded that bowl up with more toppings (the pictures look a lot better without fruit exploding everywhere–trust me).
In all seriousness, you can use whatever toppings you want in a smoothie bowl. Whatever you have on hand, use it. Coconut, chia seeds, kiwi–pile it high and deep.
Healthy never looked so good.
- 1 cup Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk
- 1 1/2 cups mixed berries fresh or frozen (if you use frozen, the consistency will be thicker)
- 3 Tbsp Greek Yogurt Vanilla, Plain, Berry (if you're vegan, substituting vegan yogurt will work fine)
- Ice to thicken optional, depending upon your desired consistency
- Fruit I used bananas and blueberries
- Sliced Almonds
- Granola I used gluten-free
- Honey Maple Syrup, or Agave (for added sweetness)
- Coconut Flakes
- Chia Seeds
- With a high-powered blender, blend Almondmilk, berries, Greek Yogurt, and ice until smooth.*
- Pour smoothie into a bowl, and add desired toppings. Serve immediately.
*I like my smoothie bowls thick, but if you prefer a thinner consistency, leave out the ice and add more Almondmilk.
Here are some other smoothie recipes you might love:
Tropical Pineapple Strawberry Smoothie
Dark Chocolate Strawberry Smoothie
Megan - The Emotional Baker says
Oh my goodness, Michelle! This smoothie bowl is gorgeous!! I’ve only had smoothie bowls a handful of times, but I’ll have to fix another one soon 🙂
Thank you so much, Megan! 🙂
Amanda | The Chunky Chef says
Super delicious looking!! I love almondmilk and like you, I like my smoothies thick 🙂
Dorothy at Shockingly Delicious says
Oh YEAH I’d like that for breakfast!
Heather | Heather Likes Food says
Looks like I found a great quick breakfast that is healthy! Thanks!
Thank you so much, Heather!
Erin @ Texanerin Baking says
Playing with your food is always fun! And hey, I like the sound of berry-vicious. It sounds tough. 😉
Thank you, Erin!
Andi @ The Weary Chef says
This smoothie bowl looks delicious! Love all the flavors! And I love its gorgeous color, too! YUM
Cathy | Lemon Tree Dwelling says
I absolutely love smoothie bowls and this combo looks so delicious!!!
I made this over the weekend and fell in love! It tasted delicious!
So glad! Thank you, Dana!