I started drinking smoothies about three years ago. I didn’t know how good they can be, and how healthy they are for you. I was definitely missing out! Smoothies are now a standard part of my diet, and I love changing things up and enjoying my smoothie in a bowl. This berry smoothie bowl recipe is a favorite for sure, and it’s really so versatile! You can easily adapt this for your own tastes and preferred toppings.
This is part five of 12 of my protein-packed breakfast recipes (stay tuned for each post!):
- Healthy Egg Muffins
- Peanut Butter Banana Rice Cakes
- Bacon and Egg Avocado Bake
- Protein Blueberry Muffins
- Berry Smoothie Bowl
- Sausage and Egg Sandwich
- Chocolate Banana Protein Smoothie
- Yogurt Parfaits
- Protein French Toast Roll-Ups
- Breakfast Burritos
- Green Protein Smoothie
- Protein Pancakes
Creamy, sweet, nutritious, energizing, how can you go wrong? A smoothie bowl is such a quick and easy breakfast option but packs in the protein and vitamins needed. You can use ingredients that are low in calories and you can often hide nutritious vegetables like spinach and kale, so you get the benefits but you only taste the sweetness of your fruit! Coming from someone who was hugely skeptical of smoothies, they really are so good!
This berry smoothie bowl recipe combines the health benefits of greek yogurt and protein powder. It is very low in sugar and full of fresh ingredients. The protein will give kids (and adults) a boost during the day, it’s filling, and will help with focus. The greek yogurt provides great probiotic benefits to help with a healthy gut as well! It’s a win-win for sure!
Simply combine your base ingredients in your blender. I have a ninja bullet that I love! It’s fast and provides for a very blended, almost fluffy consistency. Pour your mixture in a bowl, and top with your favorite toppings. If you aren’t a fan of greek yogurt, simply use plain yogurt. If you aren’t a fan of strawberry, use blueberry or another flavor you prefer. I added a dash of chia seeds for the benefit of adding fiber to my diet. I also like a little bit of crunch. You could add several things to this depending on your tastes and nutritional needs.
I’m getting a lot of positive feedback on this recipe series, I’m so glad this is helpful! Stay tuned for more over the next week and a half! I hope you enjoy this smoothie bowl recipe, you’ll have to let me know what you think! Pin this now so you’ll have it for later!