This easy Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl is a simple and sweet treat! It’s a healthy Paleo + vegan breakfast or snack made with only a few ingredients, and you can add whichever toppings your heart desires to customize to your tastes.
Smoothie bowls: yay or nay? I LOVE them, which is obvious based on the number of smoothie bowl and acai bowl recipes I’ve posted on the site, as well as the frequency with which I make them for breakfast and go out to local juice bars to get them.
But, some people don’t see the point. “Why do you need to EAT your smoothie with a spoon?” they say. “Who has time to sit and eat a smoothie?” they ask. I’ve seen smoothie bowls on a whole bunch of lists of food trends that have gotta go in 2017.
I’m here to revolt against that, because at least over here, smoothie bowls are here to stay. When I drink a smoothie, I never feel like I’ve had a real meal. I can’t drink a meal through a straw and get the same satisfaction as a meal I ate with a fork or spoon – no way.
When I’ve had a smoothie bowl though, thick and creamy and loaded with delicious crunchy + fruit toppings, I definitely feel like I’ve had a meal, and it’s enough to keep me going through the morning. Bonus – they’re so refreshing, and absolutely delicious.
When I was a kid, strawberry banana smoothies were my favorite. They were my go-to whenever one of my parents made me a smoothie. Strawberries and bananas are still two of my faves! But really…I think they make an even better smoothie bowl than they do a smoothie!
Mostly because I can add EXTRA bananas and strawberries and other goodies on top. However, you can totally have it as just a smoothie if you prefer. This Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl couldn’t be much easier to make with just three simple ingredients for the smoothie base.
I went to my neighborhood Ralph’s to shop for my strawberry banana smoothie bowl goodies. While I was there, I grabbed Silk Unsweetened Coconut Milk to use as the blending liquid for my smoothie. The slight coconut taste makes me swoon and I love how creamy it makes the bowl. I find the banana adds enough sweetness for me. If you prefer more sweetness, you can use the original Coconutmilk.
I also headed over to the healthy snack aisle and grabbed some Freeze Dried Strawberries & Bananas to top my bowl with. They’re so good I could eat them all on their own! They make the perfect crunchy topping for my bowl, especially paired with fresh strawberries and banana slices.
A sprinkle of chia seeds rounded out the top of my bowl and provided some extra nutrients too. If you want more crunch, you can find a ton of nuts and snacks that are perfect for topping your bowl near the Freeze Dried Strawberries & Bananas in the healthy snack aisle at Ralph’s, too. I wanted to grab all the delicious-looking Simple Truth snacks!
If you’re loving this Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl recipe, try these other delicious recipes:
- Banana Date Smoothie Bowl
- Raspberry Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl
OR check out this list of 50+ Smoothie Bowl & Acai Bowl Recipes! Perfect for the summer. Enjoy!
Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl (Paleo + Vegan)
This easy Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl is a simple and sweet treat! It's a healthy Paleo + vegan breakfast or snack made with only a few ingredients, and you can add whichever toppings your heart desires to customize to your tastes.
For the smoothie bowl
- 1 banana frozen
- 1½ cups frozen strawberries
- ½ cup Silk Unsweetened Coconut Milk
For the toppings
- Simple Truth Freeze Dried Strawberries + Bananas
- Fresh strawberries sliced
- Fresh bananas sliced
- Chia seeds
- Combine frozen banana, frozen strawberries, and coconut milk in a blender (I used my Vitamix). Puree until completely smooth - the mixture should be thick. Add a touch more liquid if necessary to get it to blend completely smooth.
- Transfer to a bowl and add toppings as desired. Enjoy!
Nutritional facts do not include toppings.
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