This Blueberry Yogurt Smoothie Bowl is the perfect way to start your day or refresh after a long workout.
Sixth months ago I told you that I had become a smoothie bowl convert. I’m not an everyday convert – a quick, drinkable smoothie is still the way to my heart on weekdays. But, on the weekends, my smoothie puts its party dress on.
In my opinion, the best part about smoothie bowls is the fun that you get to have topping them. I mean, how pretty are they?
A few of my favorite toppings include:
- Coconut flakes
- Fresh berries
- Chia seeds
- Bee pollen
- Cacao nibs
Another great thing about smoothie bowls? They’re super nutritious and filling. I love sneaking in some extra fiber, protein and omega 3’s by throwing a spoonful of hemp or chia seeds in there.
This bowl is totally customizable. Don’t like blueberries? Use raspberries, strawberries or blackberries instead. Looking for some more fruit flavor – Choose any flavor of yogurt that you like to add some additional flavor – Peach yogurt with strawberries would be amazing, as would vanilla yogurt with raspberries… We’re talking endless possibilities here.
Have you jumped on the smoothie bowl bandwagon yet? What are some of your favorite flavor combinations?
Blueberry Yogurt Smoothie Bowl
- 1 cup frozen blueberries
- 1/2 banana
- 1/2 cup almond milk (or milk of your choosing)
- 1 150g container Blackberry nonfat greek yogurt
- Toppings of choice
- Add all smoothie ingredients to a blender and blend until creamy and smooth. Add more almond milk (or water) to thin, if needed.
7 thoughts on “Blueberry Yogurt Smoothie Bowl”
I’ve yet to get on the smoothie bowl train, but I like this concept for a healthy summer dessert!
This would totally work as a healthy dessert too! I like it 🙂
This is beautiful, Erin! Smoothie bowls are my jam. I love Greek Gods yogurt so I need to check out this one ASAP. And also, I love those spoons 😉
Thank you Tiffany. The spoons were a thrift store find 🙂
I totally dig the smoothie bowls, especially in summer time. I always seem to have problems making them thick enough when I make them at home, but maybe yogurt is the key! These are beautiful. I love the colors!!
Yogurt definitely helps with thickening Erin – As does using frozen fruit – I think that’s the key! Enjoy!
This is so gorgeous that I MUST make it soon. It’d be great for breakfast when guests stay at our house: easy but impressive!