6 Delicious and Nutritious Smoothie Bowl Recipes You Need to Try

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Healthy smoothie bowls

Smoothie bowls continue to be all the rage. While smoothie bowls taste like a guilty treat, the truth is, you can make incredibly healthy smoothie bowls that pack in a ton of nutrition. The fact that these delicious bowls do not require a straw allows for a lot more creativity—as well as opportunity to add nutrition-packed additions and toppings. You can add chunks of fresh fruit, nuts or seeds to your smoothie bowl to make it more nutrient-dense. It makes for a delicious and nutritious meal or snack at any point of the day.

Here are six of our favorite recipes for healthy smoothie bowls that you can do right at home:

1. Chocolate Mango Smoothie Bowl >

chocolate mango

With mango at the heart of this recipe, it summons the tropical vibes of the Caribbean. Blended with Greek Yogurt and Chocolate Nutrisystem Shake Mix, this smoothie bowl has a delicious and unique combination of flavors. It’s topped off with granola, peanuts and dried apricots to complete the deliciousness and give you quite the variation in flavor. Click here to get the recipe >

2. Green Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl >

Almond butter smoothie bowl

This banana-based smoothie bowl mixes in a cup of spinach, some almond milk and some almond butter for a slightly sweet treat that packs in a lot of nutrition—including iron, courtesy of the greens. One of the most fun aspects of a smoothie bowl is the ability to get creative with the toppings. This particular bowl pairs nicely with a handful of your favorite nuts. Or, if you want to add more sweetness, try topping it off with some berries. Click here to get the recipe >

3. Vanilla Berry Grapefruit Smoothie Bowl >

Vanilla Berry Grapefruit smoothie

The unique flavor combination of vanilla, strawberries and grapefruit make this a memorable smoothie bowl. Chia seeds and coconut flakes top off the bowl with some healthy fat, antioxidants and vitamins for a true “superfood” smoothie bowl. You can always switch up the flavor combination with different toppings such as nuts or dried fruit. Click here to get the recipe >

4. Raspberry Almond Smoothie Bowl >

healthy smoothie bowls

If you like raspberries, than this is absolutely the bowl for you. A quarter cup of raspberries is blended with some frozen banana, milk and almond butter for a creamy and delicious smoothie base. Then topped with additional raspberries as well as shredded coconut and sliced almonds, this bowl quickly starts to look and taste more like dessert than a small meal or snack. It’s a sweet treat that packs in healthy goodness. Click here to get the recipe >

5. Creamy Apple Cinnamon Smoothie Bowl >

healthy smoothie bowls

The classic combination of apples and cinnamon makes this smoothie bowl reminiscent of pie. However, with some frozen banana and Vanilla Nutrisystem Shake Mix, it’s packed with healthy potassium and protein. This bowl is a great way to start your day or to snack on when you need a midday power surge. Click here to get the recipe >

6. Tropical Chia Breakfast Bowl >

healthy smoothie bowls

This hearty and filling breakfast utilizes Vanilla Nutrisystem Shake Mix combined with milk and chia seeds for a pudding-like bowl that serves as a flavorful and filling start to your day. Chia seeds are an excellent source of heart-healthy omega 3s and also pack in a lot of fiber to help ensure this morning meal fills you up. Click here to get the recipe. >

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