TOP 10: Smoothie Bowls from Around the Web

28 September, 2016 , ,

#7 – Carrot Cake Smoothie Bowl

See the recipe on bromabakery.com

See the recipe on bromabakery.com

Did you know that a Starbucks pastry might have as much as 30% of your daily saturated fat? That’s even if it claims to contain fruit! So skip them altogether and opt for this smoothie. It tastes just like a nice slice of carrot cake in as much time as it takes to prepare a bowl of cereal.

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#6 – Almond Strawberry Protein Bowl

See the recipe on honeyandfigskitchen.com

See the recipe on honeyandfigskitchen.com

This absolutely beautiful bowl is a great snack or breakfast. The protein helps you feel fuller and we’re always a fan of smoothies that contain berries and fibre. The recipe is also very open ended, so you can top with anything you’d like! Our berry salad would work well alongside our homemade granola.

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#5 – Spirulina Banana Mango Smoothie Bowl

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See the recipe on bloglovin.com

This smoothie is a great breakfast option for vegans or anybody looking for a bit of a nutritional boost because it contains a ton of protein and has a complete set of amino acids. Vegans might find that nutritionally complete meals can be a bit of a hassle to put together sometimes. Spirulina can be added to many foods as a supplement and this smoothie bowl is a gorgeous example.

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#4 – Super Green Smoothie Bowl

See the recipe on turniptheoven.com

See the recipe on turniptheoven.com

Chai smoothie? Uh, yes please! This recipe also offers a chai spice blend, which can be used in other preparations. Though, the thing to really love about this are all the toppings! Choose your favourite healthy trail mix ingredients and go nuts! (Pun definitely intended 🙂 )

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Dania Sonin

Dania is a web designer and writer, though she loves anything creative and that includes cooking. Add to that a passion for food, and SOSCuisine was a perfect fit!

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