Tropical Green Smoothie Bowl
How to make a tropical green smoothie bowl. This healthy tropical breakfast smoothie bowl recipe is creamy, healthy, and low in calories.
This tropical green smoothie bowl recipe is out of this world. The combination of these fruity flavors goes perfectly together and is topped with a sprinkle of shredded coconut making this healthy smoothie bowl taste like a naughty dessert. I mean, who doesn’t want to eat dessert for breakfast?
How to make a smoothie bowl
As far as smoothie bowls go, you can add any fruit and veg combinations together. Add in a little liquid, maybe even a little sweetener such as maple syrup or honey, and that’s your basic smoothie bowl recipe. I always add a mix of fresh and frozen fruit to my smoothie bowls as I love mine thick and creamy. Once you have blended all your ingredients together, simply pour them into a bowl and top with some of your favorite toppings. I normally add berries, granola, or slices of fruit, but it's your breakfast so you can add whatever you like.
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Equipment I Use To Make Smoothie's
I use a ninja food processor and blender to make my smoothies. I’ve had mine for a few years now and it's brilliant. I would highly recommend getting one. When I’m making a smoothie bowl for myself I’ll use the cup, but if I’m making enough for the family I’ll use the large jug to blend my ingredients. If you are looking for a smaller blender just to make your own smoothies, Ninja also has a Nutri slim blender and smoothie maker. It’s quite compact, it looks very similar to the Nutri Bullet blender; it has great reviews and has a 5-star rating on Amazon too.
Reese Witherspoon Green Smoothies
Someone that loves their smoothies is Reese Witherspoon. If you follow her on social media, you’ll know that she loves to drink a healthy green smoothie in the morning. It contains lettuce, spinach, apples, pear, banana, lemon, and coconut water and it's absolutely delicious. Reese Witherspoon’s smoothie recipe contains around 270 calories, so it’s another excellent recipe to add to your diet plan. Green smoothies are packed with so much goodness and it's also a great way to get your leafy greens into your daily diet.
Tropical Green Smoothie Bowl
For the smoothie
- First things first add the frozen bananas, kiwi, kale and pineapple chunks into a blender cup.2 Frozen bananas, 1 Frozen Kiwi, 110 g Pineapple, 2 leaves Frozen kale
- Add the natural yoghurt (I used dairy free) into your blender cup.4 tbsp Natrual yoghurt
- Put the lid on your blender and blend until smooth.
- Pour your tropical green smoothie into a bowl.
- Top with your favorite toppings, this time I used granola, pineapple, sliced strawberries and a sprinkle of shredded coconut.1 Strawberries, 2 tbsp Granola, 1 tbsp Desiccated Coconut, Pineapple
How many calories are in a green smoothie?
Calories in green smoothies differ greatly as each smoothie recipe uses different amounts of ingredients that each contribute different amounts of calories. This green smoothie recipe calories and nutritional values are:
If you're enjoying that healthy green fruit vibe, why not check out the other healthy vegan meals I have here on Love Food Feed.
If you’re looking for more smoothie bowl inspiration, why not browse some of my other smoothie bowl recipes. The mango and pineapple smoothie bowl is one of my favorite summertime smoothie bowl recipes.
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