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This healthy smoothie bowl recipe is mouthwatering, creamy, and delicious. It has the perfect thick consistency with rich flavors! Great for your mornings on the go, or an afternoon snack!
Once you’ve mastered your desired thickness and flavors, it is so fun adding all of your favorite toppings! My favorite topics include granola, chia seeds, + fresh fruit!
This bowl recipe takes little to no time, and it is ONLY 5 ingredients… say less. If you’re like me, you will get SIMPLY addicted to this tasty treat! One of my favorite non-guilty pleasures. You have got to give it a try!
Healthy Smoothie Bowl Recipe:
- 1/4 cup of Low Fat Vanilla Greek Yogurt
- 1/2 cup of frozen blueberries
- 1/2 cup frozen strawberries
- 2 TEAS of honey
- Toppings: granola, chia seeds, + fresh fruit, etc….
STEP ONE: Prepare the frozen fruit + other ingredients.
With a larger fruit like strawberries, I have found it is important to cut them into smaller pieces. This makes them easier to blend so you are not stuck with frozen chunks in your smoothie bowl.
TIP: If strawberries are NOT whole, SKIP THIS STEP!
Take the frozen strawberries and place into the microwave for 10 seconds, or just enough to make them cut-able with a knife.
Cut the strawberries into chunks.
STEP TWO: Add yogurt, frozen fruit, and honey into blinder.
Combine the low fat vanilla greek yogurt, frozen strawberries and blueberries, and honey into blinder. Begin blending ingredients together until the desired, thick consistency.
TIP: If it becomes too runny, add in ice cubes. If it becomes too thick, add a splash of milk or water.
STEP THREE: Serve smoothie with toppings of choice.
This is my favorite part… THE TOPPINGS!!!
Add toppings like granola, seeds, nuts, fresh fruit, honey, or nut butters onto the top of the smoothie bowl to add more flavor and texture!
Doesn’t it look so yummy? Definitely instagramable. If you recreate this bowl make sure to tag @simplifiedjane or use the hashtag #simplifiedjane! I would love to see your take on this recipe!