Can you say refreshing? ooh ! 5 Smoothie Bowl Recipes That’ll Make You Feel Like You’re On Vacation

we are huge believers in that we eat first with our eyes. And it doesn’t get much prettier than this smoothie bowl!

While we love smoothies, there’s something so much more satisfying about eating your smoothie in bowl form. Maybe it’s the whole not-slurping-it-down-in-five-minutes thing?! Whatever the reason, if you love smoothie bowls too, you’ll be obsessed with these easy, fruity recipes. From berries to mangoes to veggie-filled bowls (don’t worry, you can’t taste it), there’s a flavor for everyone in here.

Best-Ever Açaí Bowl

We liked a good smoothie bowl. This one, made with rich nutrition of Açaí and crisp coconut topping, will make you full and happy throughout the morning. We choose to include some of our favorite fruits in the mix, but don’t hesitate to change it and sub in your own favorites.

These are EXPENSIVE at cafés—learn how to make them at home instead!
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this is the recipe


1 tsp. coconut oil1/4 c. 
unsweetened coconut2 tbsp. 
sliced almonds1 tbsp. 
sesame seeds1 tsp. 
Fresh or frozen blueberries
Sliced banana
Sliced strawberriesFOR AÇCAI BOWL3 
(3.5-ounce) frozen açaí packs2 
medium bananas1 c. 
frozen blueberries1 1/2 c. 
almond milk
Pinch of kosher salt


  1. Make topping: in a small skillet over medium heat, heat coconut oil. Add coconut, almonds, and sesame seeds, and toast, stirring often, until slightly golden. Remove from heat and stir in honey. Transfer to a plate and let cool before breaking into smaller pieces.
  2. Make açaí bowl: Combine frozen açaí with bananas, blueberries, almond milk, and salt in a blender. Blend until smooth then divide evenly between two bowls. Top with fresh fruit and coconut topping.

Cantaloupe Breakfast Bowls
Calling all fruit lovers!

This one is for fruit lovers! This easy breakfast bowl is perfect for these hot summer days when you want something cold and refreshing. We are large fans of almond milk, but if you prefer milk milk, it would work as well. Or, if you have extra time, homemade oat milk would be delicious.


cantaloupe, halved1 1/2 c. 
almond milk1 c. 
frozen raspberries, plus fresh raspberries, for garnish1 
banana, sliced into coins, divided1/2 c. 
frozen pineapple or mango1/2 c. 
Greek yogurt1 tsp. 
pure vanilla extract1/2 c. 


  1. Using a spoon, remove and discard seeds from cantaloupe. Use a spoon to widen hole in the center, leaving a 1″ border at the edges. Reserve removed fruit to add to smoothie.
  2. Combine almond milk, raspberries, half the banana, pineapple, Greek yogurt, vanilla, and extra cantaloupe. Blend until smooth.
  3. Pour smoothie into cantaloupe “bowls” and garnish with raspberries, granola, and remaining banana slices. Serve.

Piña Colada Smoothie Bowl
Its a breakfast-approved piña colada 😉
Tastes as good as it looks!


1 1/2 c. frozen pineapple (plus more for serving)1 
banana, sliced (plus more for serving)1 c. 
coconut milk1/4 c. 
shredded coconut, toasted
maraschino cherries (optional)


  1. Combine pineapple, banana and coconut milk in a blender and blend on high until smooth.
  2. Pour into a large bowl. Arrange more pineapple, banana slices and coconut on top. Garnish with maraschino cherry, if desired.

mornings  shouldn’t be boring – start your morning off with this Coconut Berry Smoothie Bowl that tastes as good as it looks!

Coconut Berry Smoothie Bowl
Grab all the berries you can find!

You are basically putting your smoothie in a bowl, and then topping it with all kinds of goodies. The berries are so good right now, so have a ton of them on hand. And an addition of the unsweetened coconut flakes to bring in another texture. you throw on some flax seeds for some added nutrition, but of course, when I went to photograph this, my flaxseeds were nowhere to be found. But know that they are a great addition to a smoothie bowl!


  • 2 cups coconut milk beverage
  • 3 cups frozen mixed berries
  • 1 frozen underripe banana, sliced
  • fresh berries and unsweetened coconut, for topping


  1. Pour the coconut milk beverage into a blender. Add the frozen berries and banana and blend until smooth.
  2. Divide the smoothie between 2 bowls. Top with fresh berries and unsweetened coconut. Serve immediately.

Recipe Notes:

By using an underripe banana, you get the creaminess that a frozen banana brings without an overpowering banana flavor.

Banana Date Smoothie Bowl
Wanna know a secret? There’s a half cup of cauliflower in here!
This sweet & creamy Banana Date Smoothie (or smoothie bowl) tastes like ice cream…but it’s simple and healthy enough for breakfast, thanks to a secret veggie: cauliflower! Make yourself a cup or of this paleo and vegan banana date goodness on the next warm morning for a refreshing breakfast.


  • ½ cup almond milk
  • bananafrozen
  • ½ cup frozen cauliflower, steam before freezing for the best flavor
  • Medjool date, pitted
  • 1 tablespoon almond butter
  • 1 tablespoon flax seeds
  • Optional: ½ teaspoon vanilla extract and/or ½ teaspoon cinnamon


  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a blender (I used my Vitamix).
  2. Blend until smooth + garnish with freeze-dried bananas, flax seeds, almond butter, berries of choice, and/or whatever other goodness you feel like!


Nutrition facts do NOT include toppings!

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