Superfood Smoothie Bowl – high nutrition smoothie for weight loss that can be eaten with a spoon.
Even though I’ve been making smoothies for ages, this is the first time I made a smoothie bowl. I planned to make a it for a long time already. It is similar to a regular smoothie, but thicker, so that it can be eaten with a spoon.
When you add several superfood ingredients, like chia seeds, goji berries, spirulina etc, you get a Superfood Smoothie Bowl that can be eaten for breakfast, or it can substitute lunch or dinner, if you want to lose weight. Oat flakes (or oat bran) will add thickness to the smoothie, as well as iron and other healthy minerals and help you feel full longer while keeping blood sugar levels stable. Coconut oil is a healthy fat that will help you increase your energy expenditure and burn more fat, which is great for weight loss.
Having Superfood Smoothie Bowl is an excellent way to nourish your body with high nutrition ingredients that it needs and lose weight at the same time, while making your meal in minutes.
Superfood Smoothie Bowl - high nutrition smoothie for weight loss that can be eaten with a spoon.
- 1/2 c oat flakes or oat bran soaked over night in water with 1 tsp lemon juice
- 1 banana
- 1/2 avocado
- 1/2 c mango
- 1/2 c milk or choice
- 1/2 - 1 tsp chia seeds
- 1 Tbsp coconut oil
- 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
- stevia / date paste optional
- 3/4 c raspberries / strawberries
- 1 c spinach leaves
- 1/4 tsp spirulina powder / matcha powder
- goji berries, chia seeds, dessicated coconut, mango cubes, raspberries, hemp seeds
Put oat flakes, banana, avocado, mango, milk, chia seeds, coconut oil, vanilla extract and sweetener into a blender. Blend until smooth.
Divide in 2 parts. Put some pink berries, like raspberries or strawberries, in one half of the mixture and blend. Remove from blender and rinse the blender pitcher.
Add second half of the mixture to blender together with spinach leaves and spirulina powder and blend until smooth.
Slowly pour pink and green mixtures simultaneously into a serving bowl to get two colored smoothie. Arrange with toppings of your choice.
I’ve never made a smoothie bowl for breakfast before… so after seeing this post it is definitely something I am inspired to try. Yum!
This looks so good – I’ve had smoothies before and a fruit bowl but I’ve never thought about combining them. If mine looks anything like your pictures I’ll have to try this. I also like the addition of the chia seeds.
Hi Dave! I hope you will like it. Give it a shot! 🙂