Super Creamy Strawberry Smoothie Bowl With Toppings



Super Creamy Strawberry Smoothie Bowl With Toppings

This 3-ingredient strawberry banana smoothie bowl is a super thick, creamy dessert-like breakfast smoothie that's fully customizable with all your favorite protein, fiber, healthy fat, and nutrient-dense toppings! Plus, it's dairy-free, gluten-free, contains no added sugars, and is super flexible!
What Is a Smoothie Bowl?
Smoothie bowls largely use the same ingredients as a regular smoothie but rely on more frozen elements and much less liquid. This means that, when blending, the fruits become a deliciously creamy, thick, soft-serve consistency.
You can then transfer this creamy and refreshing mixture to a bowl and top with nutritious toppings. The results are akin to a healthy nice cream bowl you can eat with a spoon and enjoy for breakfast. What’s not to love?!
As much as I love to start my day with smoothies, sometimes I’m craving something a little more satisfying and treat-like, and that’s where this strawberry banana smoothie bowl recipe comes in.
While it shares many of the same ingredients as a simple strawberry smoothie, this frozen fruit smoothie bowl has a thick, soft serve consistency. It’s also incredibly easy to transform it into a heartier balanced meal with various toppings that provide vitamins and nutrients to fuel your day.
This balanced breakfast requires no cooking, no need to hover over a stove, and just a few minutes to prepare. Plus, the base thick strawberry smoothie bowl recipe already provides you with your entire daily vitamin C requirements, along with Vitamin E, potassium, folate, and tons of fiber.
This can then be built on with your choice of toppings (listed below in recipe notes).
Course Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Servings 1


  • 2 bananas, frozen sliced
  • 1 cup strawberries, frozen
  • 1/4 cup milk of choice, plus more if needed
  • Any toppings you would like (strawberry slices, chia seeds, granola, whipped coconut cream etc.) See notes below for more ideas.


  • Place the frozen bananas, frozen strawberries and milk into a food processor or high-speed blender and blend until smooth. If it needs a little help moving, pour in more milk by the tablespoon.
    Pour the smoothie mixture into a large bowl and top with your favorite toppings.


For Additional Nutrients
If you want to focus on adding more protein, fiber, and heart-healthy fats INTO the healthy strawberry smoothie as well as in the toppings, you could add:
Whipped Coconut Cream recipe link here:  Coconut Cream
Leafy greens: A handful of spinach or kale won’t make the color appetizing, but they don’t affect the flavor and are PACKED with nutrients.                                           
Avocado: ½ an avocado adds antioxidants and healthy fats. You can even make an avocado strawberry smoothie by replacing some or all of the banana with avocado.
Seed/Nut butter: A tablespoon of seed or nut butter like almond butter, cashew butter, etc., will make this strawberry smoothie bowl super rich and creamy while providing satiating protein, fiber, and healthy fats.
Beets: Will enhance the pink color of the frozen strawberry smoothie bowl while adding extra nutrients.
Oatmeal: Add ¼ cup of instant or quick oats for extra fiber and satiating power.
Protein powder: Add a scoop of your favorite protein powder for a protein smoothie bowl. Use unflavored, vanilla, or berry-flavored powder. This will further thicken the strawberry banana smoothie bowl, too.
Supplements: You can add vitamins and supplement powders directly into this smoothie if you aren’t a fan of tablets. I.e., collagen, vitamins, etc.
Superfood powders: I.e. spirulina, maca powder, and others.
The Best Smoothie Bowl Toppings - Choose the toppings for this strawberry smoothie bowl recipe that best fit your flavor, dietary, and nutrition goals from the list below:
Fresh, freeze dried or frozen fruits                                                                                       
Granola, muesli or puffed cereals - like puffed quinoa, rice, buckwheat, etc.     
Coconut shreds or flakes                                                                                                       
Seeds - hemp, chia, flaxseed, pumpkin seeds, etc.                                                           
Nuts - almonds, cashews, pecans, etc.                                                                               
Seed or nut butter  - coconut, almond, cashew, peanut butter, or tahini                     
Cacao nibs                                                                                                                         
Chocolate chips/chunks
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