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In a food processor or blender, purée bananas, blueberries, milk and cacao powder until smooth. Pour into a bowl, top with chia seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds and fresh fruit. Serve immediately.

Serves 2. A perfect snack before you jump into a HIIT workout! What’s your favorite smoothie combo?Ingredients 1 tbsp shredded coconut 1 tbsp cacao nibs 1 – 2 tbsp chopped almonds, pecans or walnuts 1/2 sliced banana and/or a few spoonfuls of blueberries see post for more ideas!A thick smoothie bowl makes a great base for adding granola and other toppings like fresh or dried fruits, nuts, cacao nibs, seeds, almond butter and/or any other elaborate toppings you may want to try! In this banana smoothie bowl recipe, I use dates as a natural sweetener and low-fat oat milk for liquid.

Since I eat my smoothie bowl with. This Blueberry Banana Smoothie Bowl is so decadent and almost dessert-like! But, it is also healthy, quick, and easy. And might I mention that it almost looks like a work of art?!

You will love waking up for breakfast when this Blueberry Banana Smoothie Bowl is being served!Ingredients: 1/2 cup almond milk (or milk of your choice) 1 cup frozen blueberries (if using fresh blueberries, it’s best to freeze them!) 1/2 medium banan. Instructions Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender (I used my Nutribullet) and blend until smooth and creamy. It will be Pour into bowl and top with. Category People & Blogs; Song Drive Me Home; Artist Barrie Gledden, Kes Loy; Album ANW1643 Acoustic Nu Folk; Licensed to YouTube by.

Moved Permanently. The document has moved here. Step 1 Blend blueberries, 1/2 banana, water, cashew butter, and vanilla extract together in a blender until smooth; pour into a bowl.

Step 2 Top smoothie with sliced banana, almonds, and coconut. 1 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen) 1 frozen banana (peeled, chopped and frozen for a few hours) 3/4 cup almond milk (or coconut milk) 1 tbsp chia seeds. 1 tbsp pure maple syrup.

Place everything together in the food processor and blend till smooth.

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We simply combined frozen strawberries with a banana, a little sugar, and plain yogurt in the blender until smooth.

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Feel free to play around with the recipe, swapping out the strawberries for raspberries, blackberries, or even chunks of mango for a tropical twist.

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Whirl all ingredients together in a blender until smooth: 1 cup FROZEN PINEAPPLE Pieces, 1 peeled, Frozen Banana, 51, cup Vanilla ALMOND Milk, 4/2 cup Frozen Vanilla YoGURT, “, cup ORANGE Juice.

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Packed with fiber and flavor, raspberries perfectly balance the creamy chocolate in this smoothie.

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Pour the smoothie into a glass and top with the whipped cream and cacao nibs.

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This was our ideal smoothie, chock­full of fruity goodness.

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Meanwhile, prepare the filling: Place the peach slices, blueberries, 150 ml (5 fl oz) grape juice concentrate, peach preserves, tapioca and Splenda or brown sugar in a mixing bowl and stir to mix well.

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Feel free to mix up your greens, and once you get into a smoothie groove, use this recipe as more of a guideline, a launchpad to signature smoothies of your own creation!

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All ofthese ingredients work well together, so ifyou’d like to leave this smoothie a bit chunky to enjoy chewing individual flavors, feel free to do so.

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Place the pear, vanilla, half the blueberries, and half the blackberries in a microwave-safe bowl.

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  • For all who don’t like or are allergic to bananas. Check out my video “How to Make Nice Cream Without Bananas (Full Tutorial)” You’re welcome ��

  • I love the video, but how can you say “Healthy” using 3 bananas that equals 6 portions of high glycemic index fruit? If a person with diabetes watches this video, they might think it is correct when it is not.

  • I hate bananas so much, to me the smell, the taste, the texture of a banana is an abomination to me xD
    So thanks for making this video!

  • Just for a heads up to everyone that doesn’t get thick smoothie bowls with their blender I find I get a thicker bowl when I use my food processor rather than my blender but I have to add in the fruit gradually so thats the only down side

  • thank you so much alyssa. same here in toronto ontario canada we just had 2 beautiful warm sunny weather and all i want was cold refreshing fresh foods which helps because we’re drinking plenty more water and water content foodsthanks again for the smoothie bowls recipe. im not that much of a fan of drinking a smoothie but i love eat smoothie bowls, and these are the perfect recipes!

  • hey how cool! you commented back to me about banana alternatives for the ice cream pops (because bananas make my stomach very unhappy) and now you made this video!! this probably has nothing to do with me, but I’m going to pretend it is to feel special 😉

  • Hi Alexandra! I just wanted to ask you if adding Spirulina powder to the recipe is necessary or not? As here where I live, its very hard to find it.
    Your recipes are lovely and I want to try them out, so could you please reply asap.

  • wish i could make a thick smoothie in a regular single serve blender cup… when i blend it blends the bottom bit then it sticks to the sides and doesn’t even blend all of my berries… so i have to add milk or yogurt and its just a runny smoothie �� (don’t get me wrong its still good just not as thick as i want it):(

  • Hey! How do you get the smoothies to blend so well? I’ve tried so many times and I can’t get it to work. They are just so perfect!

  • I made the blueberry smoothe bowl and ut looked the exact same except i’m on a diet so I couldn’t add the chocolates in but, i replaced it with strawberries and it tasted so good. Except i did have to add milk to it and i think you might of added milk you yours because it turned out the same, thank you for the heavenly smoothie!

  • When you realise shop bought ice cream is not only a rip off but worse than just doing stuff yourself and it’s. Custom to preference so it’s like even better healthier gunna benefit you and taste mad good

  • hey! thank you so much for these amazing recipes, the bowls seem both delicious and aesthetically pleasing lol. But just wondering what blender do you use? I tried checking the description but it wasn’t listed. Hope you see this♥

  • You need to open a smoothie bowl shop becausw im not talented enough for this but i did the smoothie part and omg its amazing please open a smoohie shop

  • Unlike most ppl in the comments im just here because i ran out of bananas and fresh fruit in general so i have to use frozen till i go shopping

  • So thoughtful �� I love this concept, straight recipes, super cute, healthy, not too slow not too quick. Beautiful, I’ll definitely try them ☺️

  • Hi! I would really like to try the crunchy triple chocolate but I have a serious allergy to cashews is there any alternatives? Thanks for the awesome video!

  • For the mango smoothie bowl could you add just 2 or 3 mangos? And for the strawberry smoothie bowl could you just add one banana since it says it makes 2-3 servings

  • Ur blender is so satisfying matching with the music, my blender is like “REEEEEEEEEEELDJSKSIWISJSKLSLLLLLLSPSP” and it SPLASHES EVERYWHERE!

  • I don’t eat smoothie bowls but after every smoothie bowl video I am very excited to do this���� But I like to eat the fruits as pieces and not as purree������

  • If you want more healty you should replace the milk chocolat by the dark chocolat over 70% of cacao:)
    I will try all of this recipes!

  • I see a lot of people keep on speaking about Custokebon Secrets (just search it on google). But I’m not sure if it’s good. Have you ever tried using this popular diet plan program?

  • I see a lot of people keep on speaking about Fenoboci Diet Plan (look on google search engine). But Im not sure if it is good. Have you ever tried using this popular fat loss system?

  • Hi! I noticed that you put in the ENTIRE strawberry, leaves and all when making your smoothie bowl? Is there a particular reason you did that?

  • They all look delicious but the quantities shown look so small!
    I’d add at least one banana or double the fruit:)
    I’d like to try the chocolate one with cauliflower.

  • Whoa! Creative ideas for gettin’ veggies into smoothies! Would have never thought to add cauliflower. mind blown Thanks for the ideas!

  • Will this be useful while trying to lose weight?�� If yes, how many times in a week should you eat this and when? (In the morning, afternoon or as dessert?)

    Sorry for my questions�� I’m trying to live more healthy:)

  • yeah no it doesnt work with a cheap blender ��my SMOOTHIE BLENDER (it’s supposed to make smoothies) couldn’t make something so thick and beautiful.

    Edit: And this is the definition of expensive veganism. Not saying it’s bad, just not suitable for lots of regular people that don’t have a high income but still wants to help the environment and stuff… Please do a video without the expensive items like powders and Vitamix blenders… thank you…

  • My way of 0:15

    1. Water
    2. 1 frozen banana
    3. 10 frozen blueberries
    4. 10 frozen black berries
    5. 1 table spoon Blue sprulina powder
    6. 1 table spoon Charcoal
    7. blueberry protein powder
    1. Freeze dried blueberries
    2. Fresh blueberries

  • So I tried making the gingerbread one and bc my mom was very skeptical of the blender breaking, I ended up with a soupy smoothie bowl topped with blueberries. The blueberries sank tk the bottom btw.

  • Do the fruits have to be frozen? Or can they be normal and still be smooth and have the same consistency? I don’t have frozen version, but have normal fruits

  • Aah! I’m sure you got plenty of comments about it but thank you for the ideas for a banana free smoothie! I miss eating smoothies with my raw banana allergy. I’ll defo have to try frozen sweet potatoes ��

  • Thanks!! I have an allergic reaction to bananas (not deadly just not healthy for me) I know it sounds fake but it’s true, don’t come at me!! Anyway thanks a bunch!!

  • You saved my life! I hate bananas but i love smoothies, but I hate the fact that every smoothie has bananas lol now I can prepare some at home ��

  • I really love smoothie but its difficult for me to find recipes without banana, p.s. I’m mildly allergic to bananas. This video is a life saver!

  • NATALIEEEEEEEEEE STOP THIS… your videos me permanently hungry ;-; <3. I ran out of bananas so this is wonderful! You're a wizard. I'm still wondering why you don't have more subscribers though... people are insane.

  • This is one of the best ones out there!! Thx for making this vid! Since I have an “allergy” for bananas why I say it lik that is because I’m not actually allergic but when I eat them I throw up �� so I was surprised to see no banana smoothie recipes

  • Great ideas! The smoothiebowls all look great!:) Especially the blueberry one �� I will definitely try your recipe! �� Thanks for the inspiration <3

  • OMG, that video, Natalie! <3 Each one of these nana-free smoothie bowls looks soooo good. I want to have all 3 of them right now! Pretty please:)

  • This is exactly what I’ve been looking for! I hate the taste of bananas in any smoothies, desserts, any kinds of cake… Everything always seems to require at least one banana and I’m like ‘ugh’. And these smoothie bowls are amazing!

  • Compliments on both the creativity and the video. Well done. I’m starting to really like this channel. I’m going to stay for awhile.

  • Me: I should get that
    money: I’m not gonna let u get the chance
    : me ohh ughh I guess I have to wait till Black Friday in 6 months ����

  • jeeeeeesus, what great ideas!!!!!!!!!!
    You literally are the best with your clean and yet NOT BORING and innovative food ideas:)
    Shefs and leading youtubers should learn from you

  • Such a great video idea, every smoothie bowl always seems to contain frozen banana haha! That raspberry sweet potato is a great idea, making me hungry!

  • Beautiful video my friend! And I think you know how much I love sweet potatoes in my frozen dessert, haha! I’ve been eating so much of my Chocolate Sweet Potato Ice cream…but I LOVE sweet potatoes and this just got me all excited because NO BANANAS! Omg, did I shout that?! yes, I did, lol!

  • This is seriously the best channel for healthy cooking! And I am not lying! Your videos are short, easy to understand, filmed beautifully and all your recipes are AMAZING��