Skip to content
Spring Smoothie Bowls

Spring Smoothie Bowls

Now that spring is officially here, it’s the perfect time to shake things up by spring cleaning your wellness routine. It’s time to say goodbye to those dark gloomy mornings and instead revitalise your exercise, nutrition and sleeping habits. If you’re unsure where to begin, a really simple way to revamp your wellness routine is by putting together some delicious smoothie bowls.

Smoothie bowls are exactly what they sound like (but they’re even better)! You can mix any combination of nutrient-rich fruits and vegetables along with protein-rich nuts, yoghurt and plant-based milks for a steady energy boost and you can top it with your favourite dried fruits, seeds and other crunchy foods like granola and nuts; sounds delicious right? Plus smoothie bowls are way more satisfying than a regular smoothie because you can’t drink it all up within a matter of seconds- this way you get to really appreciate the fruity flavours in the bowl! Shake up your smoothies with these simple smoothie bowls, each bowl packs in plenty of vitamins, minerals, nutrients, protein and fibre - perfect as a snack, breakfast or even dessert!

Very Berry Smoothie Bowl

This smoothie bowl is really simple to make and only takes a handful of ingredients to put together. Berries make a great base for any smoothie bowl thanks to their impressive fibre and antioxidant content! The base of this smoothie bowl contains frozen strawberries, frozen raspberries, a frozen banana (which just adds to the delicious creaminess), almond butter, plant-based milk and some coconut yoghurt. Once you’ve blended the ingredients together, you can top the bowl with fresh fruits (we love blueberries), sliced almonds, shredded coconut, sunflower and sesame seeds.

Green Goddess Smoothie Bowl

Green goddess smoothies bowls are packed with skin-loving ingredients like spinach, kale, oranges- all packed in vitamin C which is needed for the healthy production of collagen in the skin. This skin nourishing smoothie bowl is as vibrant in colour as it is in taste! The base of this smoothie bowl contains spinach, kiwi fruit, avocado, ginger (for the added zing), ground flaxseed, plant-based yoghurt and a dash of plant-based milk. You can top the smoothie with fruits, flaxseeds, pumpkin seeds and even some homemade or store-bought granola.

Tropical Mango Smoothie Bowl

This mango bowl will bring the tropics straight to your breakfast bowl! Frozen mangoes, frozen pineapple chunks, banana and coconut milk are the base of this smoothie offering plenty of vitamin C, A and E as well as potassium. You can top the bowl with goji berries, fruits, cocoa nibs and granola- making it a hearty and nutrient-dense smoothie bowl- perfect for those warm spring and summer days!

Previous article Organic Matcha Tea
Next article What Are the Best Probiotics? 15 Healthy Bacteria Strains for Gut Support