Easy Raspberry Smoothie Bowl
This Raspberry Smoothie Bowl is a creamy, sweet breakfast treat that you can make in just a few minutes! It’s delicious with all of your favorite toppings. You’d never guess there was a hidden veggie in there, too. Thanks to Silk for sponsoring this post.
If you follow me on Instagram (which hopefully you do – if not, click here to go to my page and give a follow if you like whatcha see 😉), you probably saw me doing some polls on my stories lately to see what kind of recipes YOU guys want.
I asked a whole bunch of questions and got a whole bunch of answers, and the responses I got helped me to have a better idea of the kind of recipes that make you guys giddy.
One of those kinds of recipes? SMOOTHIE BOWLS. Tons of you have been asking for some new delicious easy smoothie bowl recipes and who am I not to oblige that request?! Especially since they’re so easy and so delicious.
Since it’s getting warm again here in San Diego (not that it really ever got cold…), I thought it was time to start smoothie bowl season around here once again. The star of the show this week?
This Raspberry Smoothie Bowl !!!
I polled you guys for this one too, to see which smoothie bowl flavor I should make first – it was a toss-up between creamsicle flavor and raspberry almond butter, and raspberry almond butter BLEW creamsicle out of the water. I think it was something like a 25%-75% split in favor of raspberry almond, so sorry to those of you who voted for creamsicle!
This raspberry almond butter smoothie bowl, like all my others, comes together quickly and easily with just a handful of ingredients. Obviously among them are a bunch of frozen raspberries and a hearty scoop of almond butter.
What ingredients do you need to make a raspberry smoothie bowl?
- Frozen Raspberries
- Frozen Banana
- Frozen Cauliflower – I promise you can’t taste it, just adds extra creaminess without any sugar.
- Almond Butter – you could use another favorite nut butter if preferred.
- Almondmilk Yogurt – I used the kind from Silk.
For the yogurt, I used the vanilla flavor. Adding the yogurt alternative instead milk helps keep everything super creamy and thick and doesn’t thin the smoothie bowl out too much the way dairy-free milk can do. Each single serve cup also has 5-6 grams of protein from California almonds – score!
This Raspberry Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl is definitely making its way into the breakfast rotation! I might try peanut butter next time for a PB&J sort of situation 😏 enjoy!!
Want more smoothie bowl recipes?
- The Best 5-Minute Acai Bowl
- Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie Bowl
- Raspberry Acai Bowl
- Berry Pitaya Smoothie Bowl
This Raspberry Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl is a creamy, sweet breakfast treat that can be made in just a few minutes and is begging to be loaded up with all of your favorite toppings! You’d never guess there was a hidden veggie in there, too.
- 1 cup frozen raspberries
- 1 frozen banana
- ½ cup frozen cauliflower, I recommend steaming it before freezing for best flavor
- 1 tablespoon almond butter
- ½ cup Silk Dairy-Free Almondmilk Yogurt Alternative, I used vanilla flavor, can also use ⅓ cup non-dairy milk instead
- Combine the frozen raspberries, frozen banana, frozen cauliflower, almond butter, and Silk Almond Dairy-Free Yogurt Alternative in a blender (I used my Vitamix).
- Puree until completely smooth – the mixture should be very thick. Add a touch more yogurt alternative or liquid if necessary to get it to blend completely smooth.
- Transfer to a bowl and add toppings as desired. Enjoy!
- Calories: 353
- Sugar: 27
- Sodium: 34
- Fat: 12
- Saturated Fat: 1
- Carbohydrates: 57
- Fiber: 14
- Protein: 10
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