Banana smoothie bowl

Banana smoothie bowl

Smoothie bowls or smoothie bowls are getting more and more popular every day, and are actually my favorite breakfast. A healthy smoothie bowl consists of a thick smoothie base with a varied topping and combines all the nutrients and vitamins, making it a balanced and healthy breakfast. As the basis of this banana smoothie bowl I bring to RecipesFree I have chosen a simple banana and apple based smoothie with a touch of cinnamon and as toppings: fruit, oatmeal muesli to provide complex carbohydrates, peanut butter to provide vegetable protein and healthy fats, as well as dark chocolate, which also provides antioxidants and gives a sweet touch to the dish.

2 diners 15m Breakfast Low difficulty Additional features: Cheap cost Ingredients:

  • 4 frozen bananas
  • 2 cups of water (480 milliliters)
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 2 apples
  • 2 kiwis
  • 1 fresh banana
  • 4 tablespoons of oatmeal muesli
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  • 4 ounces of pure dark chocolate
  • 1 jet of palm honey
  • 1 pinch of chia seeds

Steps to follow to make this recipe: 1

First prepare the base by placing the frozen bananas, the peeled and chopped apples (reserve some slices for the topping), the water and the cinnamon and crushing all the fruit until a thick, smooth shake is formed.


Peel and slice the kiwis and the fresh banana. Chop the dark chocolate into small pieces.


Pour the banana smoothie in a bowl and place the chocolate chips, the kiwi slices, the muesli, the peanut butter, apple slices and the banana slices on top, pour a splash of palm honey on top and sprinkle a pinch chia seeds.


Serve in bowls the banana smoothie bowl. Be sure to try these others as delicious as this one, and visit my Vegspiration blog to find many more ideas for breakfast:

  • banana and chocolate smoothie bowl
  • smoothie bowl of red berries
  • mango smoothie bowl

Banana smoothie bowl - Step 4

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