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How To Make The Best Smoothie Bowls

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How To Make The Best Smoothie Bowls

Smoothie Bowls are taking the world by storm, and we aren't surprised. They are super delicious and a great opportunity to get lots of different foods and nutrients into your diet!

Start the day with a nourishing breakfast bowl, bursting with flavour and vibrant colours! Smoothie bowls will leave you feeling energised and ready for the day.

Are Smoothie Bowls actually healthy?

Smoothie bowls share a lot of the same health benefits as regular smoothies, but it is important to note that there is such thing as too much of a good thing. Whilst smoothie bowls can be inherently healthy, try not to overdo it with large portions.

Recipe Ideas

You can experiment with lots of different ingredients for the smoothie mixture and the toppings, such as:

  • Berries such as raspberries, blackberries and blueberries
  • Fresh pineapple of diced mango
  • Sliced bananas
  • Sliced peaches, plums or pears
  • Seeds such as chia seeds, flax seeds and hemp
  • Chopped or sliced nuts such as almonds, pecans, walnuts, cashews and macadamia nuts

To thicken up your smoothie bowl, the best option is to use frozen fruit but you can also also ice if desired.

1. White Chocolate and Berries Smoothie Bowl

Serves 2

For the smoothie mixture: 

500g mixed frozen berries

300ml coconut milk 

For the toppings:

10g SFC White Chocaholic Spread

30g SFC Blackcurrant Jam

10g no sugar granola

Handful of fresh raspberries & blueberries

Once the mixture is blended, these bowls have only 126 calories, but contain 19g of carbs, 2g of fat and 1g of protein! With the toppings, they have 242 calories, 41g of carbs, 7g of fat, and 3g of protein. 

2. Watermelon and Pineapple Smoothie Bowl

Serves 2

For the smoothie mixture:

For the toppings:

How to make:

1. Add to the blender your watermelon, pineapple, coconut milk and Pina Colada Cocktail Mixer and blend until smooth

2. Add the smoothie mix to a bowl and top with your choice of toppings.

Voila! It's as easy as that! You can make any fruit combinations you like to create your perfect smoothie bowl. Why not try a Mango, Pineapple and Passionfruit Smoothie Bowl and use our Porn Star Martini Cocktail Mix?! Or you can use any of our Gourmet Flavour Drops to flavour your smoothie bowls too! 

Calories & macros per smoothie bowl:

169 calories

36g carbs

2g fat

1g protein

3. Mango and Pineapple Smoothie Bowl

Serves 2

For the smoothie mixture:

250g frozen chopped mango

250g frozen chopped pineapple

400ml no sugar coconut milk

75ml SFC Pina Colada cocktail mixer 

For the toppings:

40g frozen dark sweet cherries 

30g Skinny Food Co Black Cherry Jam

5g desicated coconut 

40g pomegranate seeds 

This smoothie mixture contains 174 calories, 33g of carbs, 3g of fat and 1g of protein. With the toppings added, there are 267 calories, 50g of carbs, 6g of fat and 2g of protein. 

4. Chocolate and Banana Smoothie Bowl

Serves 2

For the smoothie mixture:

6 chopped bananas frozen

300ml oat milk

1tbsp cocoa powder 

For the toppings:

1/2 a chopped banana 

1tbsp SFC Banana Peanut Butter

1tsp SFC Chocaholic Hazelnut Spread 

5g peanuts

Once the smoothie mixture is blended, there is 362 kcals, 82.5g carbs, 5.5g fat and 5g protein. With the toppings added, there is 549 kcals, 100g of carbs, 16g of fat and 11g of protein. 




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