This bright and vibrant Raspberry Smoothie Bowl recipe is a beautiful, delicious breakfast! Made with tart raspberries, cranberry juice and honey, it will become your favorite smoothie bowl recipe.
I didn't understand the appeal of smoothie bowls, until I tried an acai bowl! Smoothie bowls are just like a regular smoothie, but they're served like soup in a bowl and garnished with toppings. In a world that's super rushed, there's something wonderful about enjoying your breakfast slowly, at the table, instead of through a straw on-the-go! Plus, it's super fun to eat pink food when you can!
This is a rare banana-free smoothie bowl and works with many special diets. Of course, you can add a few chunks of frozen bananas if you'd like, but it isn't necessary. Frozen peach slices and frozen strawberry slices are also great additions.
You'll need the following ingredients for this delicious recipe:
- Frozen raspberries
- Cranberry Juice
- Chia Seeds
- Lime Juice
The delicious topping is an important part of the smoothie bowl, but it's totally up to you! Add your favorite toppings! I like to add some combination of:
- Sliced Strawberries
- Fresh Raspberries
- Dried Goji Berries
- Pomegranate Seeds
- Cacao Nibs
- Fresh berries
- A drizzle of honey
- Granola for a little crunch
- Flax seeds
- A drizzle of maple syrup
You can make this smoothie bowl creamy by adding a splash of cashew milk, oat milk, fat-free milk or coconut milk! You can also bump the protein content of this smoothie bowl by adding a scoop of your favorite vegan protein powder.
To store this Raspberry Smoothie Bowl, store the leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for up to three days. This does taste best when fresh.
It is important that the raspberries (going into the smoothie) are frozen, otherwise there will be too much liquid and it will not have the thick smoothie texture.
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