Tropical Smoothie Bowl is a smoothie in a bowl with mojito inspired flavors. Loaded with fruit it’s a tasty, simple way to eat more fruit and vegetables. It’s a gluten-free and dairy-free smoothie recipe.
Do you struggle to get your children to eat enough fruit and vegetables? I sure do, especially my daughter. She prefers cookies over clementines any day.
But she loves smoothies.
I like smoothie bowls due to all the space on top for delicious, healthy toppings.
My favorite fruit to use in smoothies is blueberries, they offer a huge nutrition punch in a very small package.
Blueberries are packed with vitamins A, C, E, and K, along with fiber, manganese, iron, and antioxidants. There are many health benefits to blueberries supposedly due to their unique assortment of phytochemicals including anthocyanins (responsible for their bright color), chlorogenic acid ( , and resveratrol ( .
Pro Tip: Research has focused on the antioxidant activity, potential cancer-prevention properties, protective effects against dementia-related diseases, and is linked to the urinary tract, heart, and vision health. Research has placed blueberries on the top of the list in highest antioxidant activity.
The intense color of blueberries hides the bright green color of any greens you add to your smoothies. I don’t know about you, but I have a better chance of getting my kiddos to eat a purple smoothie, over a green one.
Kitchen Tip: For the best smoothie, consider using a high-speed blender. They work best at getting all the greens to magically disappear! My favorite cost-effective blender is my Ninja. You can check it out here. You don’t need to drop hundreds of dollars on a more fancy model. This one works great!
This Mojito inspired Tropical Smoothie Bowl. It has wild blueberries, coconut milk, lime, mint, and spinach and made me feel like I was on vacation, for at least a minute. 🙂
How To Make A Smoothie Bowl
- Add all ingredients (besides toppings) to a high-speed blender
- Blend until smooth
- Pour into individual sized serving bowls
- Top with toppings of choice such as sliced bananas, flax seeds, raspberries, or chia seeds (these all make it a high fiber smoothie!)
Treat yourself today to this delicious blueberry smoothie bowl. It is tropical, simple, and healthy. Give it some great toppings like banana slices, raspberries, chia seeds, or coconut flakes, then relax and enjoy!
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A delicious and simple breakfast for kids and adults alike. High fiber breakfast idea filled with fruit and veggies!
- 1 1/2 cups frozen blueberries
- 1 1/2 cups coconut milk
- 1–2 cups spinach
- 1 tbsp. freshly squeezed lime juice
- 8–10 mint leaves
- Place all ingredients in the blender, puree until the desired consistency is reached.
- Pour into a bowl and serve with your favorite toppings!
Optional Toppings: Fresh raspberries, banana slices, fresh blueberries, chia seeds, ground flax seed, dried fruit or nuts.
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