This easy yet sensational strawberry kiwi smoothie bowl is perfectly delicious and a simple smoothie bowl recipe to make.
Smoothie bowls are so much fun to make as you can change it up all the time. I love this smoothie bowl! It keeps me from feeling hungry and gives me the energy to do all the things my day generally requires.
Kiwi is one of my favorite fruits. I use Kiwi in smoothies, juices, salads, and as toppings also. I had a bunch of kiwis to use up recently as some were going soft – so the perfect opportunity to make this kiwi smoothie bowl. Kiwis are packed with lots of flavor and pair well with tropical tastes. It is packed with nutrients, particularly Vitamin C, K, E, folate, and potassium. They are packed with antioxidants and provide fiber also. I add strawberries to give this recipe a twist.
Green smoothies have always been my jam. I add spinach for extra goodness, makes the colors pop – and it’s pretty flavorless too so doesn’t mess up the sweet tanginess of the kiwi breakfast bowl. Being a leafy green, spinach is loaded with iron but also comes with lots more such as calcium.
What is a Smoothie Bowl?
If you are wondering what a smoothie bowl is, a smoothie bowl is as simple as it sounds… a smoothie in a bowl! If smoothie is drinkable then smoothie bowl is spoonable. You have to eat with a spoon. Also, it has different textures due to its topping. If you’re sick of enjoying smoothies from a glass, switch it up and eat it out of a bowl instead! Smoothie bowls are typically thicker and topped with a variety of toppings for added texture and flavors.
- 2 Kiwis, peeled and frozen
- 1 cup spinach
- 1 Banana, frozen
- 1 cup frozen strawberries
- Honey or Maple Syrup
- 1 cup greek yogurt
- Toppings of your choice – I added sliced kiwi, strawberries, pistachios, granola and chia seeds.
HOW TO MAKE A STRAWBERRY KIWI SMOOTHIE BOWL
Once you have gathered your ingredients, the rest is easy. Super easy. Basically, combine the smoothie ingredients into a blender and pour out into a bowl.
Next, for my favorite part, add the toppings and decorate the smoothie bowl. I topped my bowl with slices of strawberry and kiwi, chia seeds, pistachios, and, last but not least, my favorite topping of all, granola.
What to top a smoothie bowl with fresh fruit, nut butter, nuts, seeds, granola, the list is endless! I like to add some fresh fruit & pumpkin and chia seeds on most of mine.
Top Tip For Making This Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie Bowl
Make sure to use at least two frozen fruits it creates a thick and cool texture to the smoothie and makes it extra delicious. If you don’t use frozen it will be a much thinner consistency.
Frozen fruit makes for smoothie bowls with a super-thick and creamy consistency, and works better than fresh fruit. And remember — you can always add more liquid as you blend, so start with less and pour in more as needed.Print
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