Superfood Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

They’re all the rage, and for good reason.

Smoothie bowls make it easy to pack in a bunch of filling superfoods and nutrients, helping to start the morning out on a vibrantly healthy note. This can make all the difference in your energy and focus throughout the day. Plus, they taste like ICE CREAM – just spoon and crunch your way to breakfast heaven with fresh fruit, granola, coconut chips and whatever toppings you desire.

This recipe is simple but also highly customizable, as most smoothie bowls are, but it tastes super refreshing and is different than any smoothie bowl I’ve ever created. Sometimes simple is best because then you can add a whole bunch of toppings without worrying how they will affect the taste.

This Superfood Breakfast Smoothie Bowl turned a beautiful pastel mint color (I’m all about color for smoothie bowls!) from the spirulina I added. Shop my go-to brand of spirulina here. Spirulina is one of my favorite superfoods as it’s made up of 60-70% pure plant protein, complete with 18 amino acids – including all essential amino acids. It’s easily absorbed and easily digested in the body too.

  • 2 ripe bananas, sliced and frozen
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk (or any dairy-free milk)
  • 1/2 teaspoon spirulina (or more to taste)
  • toppings
  • fresh fruit, granola, coconut shreds or chips, chia seeds, gogi berries, hemp hearts etc.
  1. Remove frozen bananas from freezer and let sit on the counter for 5-10 minutes to defrost a bit. Add all ingredients (except the toppings) to a high speed blender and slowly blend or pulse until thick and creamy. Do not add more liquid unless you want it to be thinner and soupy.


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