How to Make a Smoothie Bowl
You’ll need a good blender to make a thick and creamy smoothie bowl. A top tip is to use frozen fruit and blend it with an ingredient that will give it a creamy consistency like oats, avocado or yoghurt. Next, add the ingredients together and blend slowly to create a thick consistency; then, you can adjust the thickness using plant milk. Finally, when you have the right texture, you can add the mixture to a bowl and add your favourite toppings like nuts, granola, seeds or chopped fruit. Read on to discover three of our favourite smoothie bowl recipes.
Our Favourite Smoothie Bowl Recipes
This acai superfood smoothie bowl recipe takes just minutes to make, and it contains a big hit of antioxidants, along with omega 3, 6 and 9. In addition to frozen acai berries, this recipe uses mixed berries, banana, oats, Plenish Almond Milk and maple syrup. We topped this one with coconut flakes, fresh berries, hemp seeds and banana. Get the recipe.
This Mango and Coconut Smoothie Bowl makes for a beautiful tropical tasting breakfast in summer. You simply add all ingredients to the blender and then adjust the consistency using creamy and gluten-free Plenish Oat Milk. Then, top it with fresh mango slices, granola and coconut chips to treat your taste buds and get that holiday feeling. Get the recipe.
Dalgona Coffee was the whipped coffee trend taking over TikTok and Instagram last year, but it also makes a great smoothie bowl with simple ingredients. This one is guaranteed to wake you up in the morning or provide a real pick me up in the afternoon. This recipe is a healthier version of a Dalgona that uses a vanilla smoothie as the base, topped with whipped Dalgona, a peanut butter swirl and crunchy granola. The Dalgona is made with equal parts of instant coffee, coconut sugar, and boiling water, then whipped. The vanilla smoothie base is made with frozen bananas, vanilla, nut butter, oats and Plenish Oat Milk. It’s all finished off with a crunchy granola topping. Get the recipe.