Berry smoothie bowl

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Now the weather is getting warmer I’ve been craving a refreshing breakfast. I love making one of these after a run, it’s the ideal refuel meal packing in lots of vitamins, carbs and protein.

Lets talk toppings, the possibilities are endless, I stuck to a simple combo of granola and strawberries on this bowl, purely because I’d just been for a run and was getting hangry! I kind of wish Id drizzled some peanut butter on their too for a dose of healthy fats.

The frozen banana is what creates the creamy base for this smoothie bowl. Then I decided to use a mix of blueberries and raspberries, but this can be switched up to any frozen fruit. I sometimes do mango and blueberry too.

You will require a high powdered food blender to blend everything into a thick consistency. The less the liquid the thicker the smoothie bowl, but not all blenders can cope with this. I blend everything together in my Nutri Ninja, it’s great for smoothie bowls and would definitely recommend!

I used a Barebells vanilla milkshake in this bowl, to add in a little protein and sweetness, but this can easily be subbed for any milk. If you do use milk, feel free to add in protein powders too!

Berry smoothie bowl

Recipe by Sarah's Healthy Kitchen


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A creamy berry smoothie bowl. Calories for the smoothie bowl base, toppings are extra depending on what you choose.


  • 75g frozen chopped banana

  • 50g frozen blueberries

  • 50g frozen raspberries

  • 170ml milk ( I used Barebells vanilla milkshake)

  • Toppings- I used granola and strawberries


  • Add the banana, blueberries, raspberries and milk to a blender and blitz until smooth and thick. If the blender is struggling add a little extra milk.

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