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This vegan smoothie bowl recipe is inspired by Holly’s favorite smoothie bowl from JuiceLand in Austin. It tastes like a strawberry milkshake and it’s pure, creamy, healthy, heaven in a bowl. We love that smoothie bowls are quick to make and even easier to smother in healthy toppings than regular old smoothies that you’d drink through a straw. Not only do smoothie bowl toppings make things a little more fun, but they also take a slightly-filling smoothie into the actual-meal category.
How To Make a Smoothie Bowl
If you’ve made a smoothie, you can make a smoothie bowl. A smoothie bowl is just a smoothie….IN A BOWL! Nothing tricky here. Here’s how to make the best smoothie bowl on earth:
Blend the frozen fruit and frozen bananas.
Blend in the milk. This is your moment to add the nut butter and protein powder.
Serve! Drizzle with the coconut oil and toppings and dig in!
Tools You’ll Need
Blender (a high power one works best!)
frozen strawberries (or other frozen berries)
frozen banana slices, extra ripe for sweetness
milk or milk alternative (almond, hemp etc.)
almond butter, sunflower seed butter or peanut butter, optional
protein powder, (vanilla or unflavored), optional
melted coconut oil**
- Fresh (not frozen) Strawberry slices
- Fresh (not frozen) Banana slices
Add the frozen strawberries and bananas to a blender (using a high-power gives the best results) and blend on low until they have created a coarse, somewhat sandy mixture.
Add the milk, nut butter, and protein powder (if using) and blend on low, scraping down the sides as needed, until the mixture comes together in a thick “soft serve” consistency.
Scoop the smoothie into a bowl and drizzle with the melted coconut oil. Allow the coconut oil to harden for 1 minute (you can place it in the freezer to speed up this process). Sprinkle with granola and hemp seeds and garnish with fresh fruit.
Note: You will want to prepare for this smoothie bowl by letting bananas get overly ripe on your counter. Slice them into 1-inch pieces and freeze them. That way you always have frozen bananas on hand for this recipe.
**Similar to chocolate magic shell, when you drizzle melted coconut oil over a cold smoothie bowl, it hardens. This adds a wonderfully pleasing texture and melt-in-your-mouth “crunch” to the smoothie bowl.
- Per Serving
- Protein21 g
- Carbohydrates54 g
- Total Fat20 g
- Dietary Fiber10 g
- Cholesterol0 mg
- sodium108 mg
- Total Sugars29 g
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