Strawberry Chia Smoothie Bowl Recipe

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Strawberry Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie bowls are a simple, fun and delicious way to pack a ton of nutrition into one meal.

When you see gorgeous pictures of smoothie bowls on Instagram and Pinterest, you might be intimidated to give them a try.  Don’t be silly, give them a try!  They are basically a smoothie with a thicker texture with healthy toppings.  They do NOT have to be a work of art.  But if you’re the creative type, you can make them as beautiful as your heart desires.

Smoothie bowls are my secret weapon of disguising vegetables and other healthy foods and calling it a treat.  We don’t just eat smoothie bowls for breakfast, they make a delicious and healthy dessert too.

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What Do You Need to Make a Smoothie Bowl?

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Strawberry Chia Smoothie Bowl

Health Benefits of Strawberry Chia Smoothie Bowl

Berries of all kinds are well known to have tons of health benefits.  They are packed with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and fiber.  Berries support digestive health, brain health, reproductive health, emotional health, and heart health.

Bananas are also high in vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants.  They’re also a potent antiviral food.  Bananas support digestive health, heart health, brain health, mental health, and reproductive health.  They also fight candida and promote better sleep.

Raw honey is a true superfood.  According to the Medical Medium in Life-Changing Foods, “Unprocessed honey in its raw, living form is nothing less than a miracle from God and the Earth.”

Raw honey is high in antioxidants, polyphenols, phytochemicals, and minerals.   Raw honey supports immune health, emotional health, digestive health, reproductive health, and brain health.

Chia seeds are high in fiber, protein, omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals.  Chia seeds support digestive health, weight loss, heart health, skin health, brain health, reproductive health, and emotional health.

Plant-based milks have more nutrition than dairy milk.  Dairy is also well known to cause inflammation.  By substituting dairy milk with plant-based milk, you are helping your body to avoid illness and chronic diseases.

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Tips for Prepping Your Smoothie Bowls

Smoothie bowls don’t take a ton of time, but you can make your mornings run even smoother with some prep work.

Use Frozen Fruit

Either freeze your fresh fruit or buy packaged frozen fruit.  If you have fruit about to expire, freeze it.  The simplest way to prepare is to buy bags of mixed frozen fruit.  Be sure to choose organic when you can.

Create Smoothie Packs

You can buy premade smoothie packs, but they are super simple and much more affordable if you make your own.

Add single-serving portions of your favorite fruits and veggies to individual freezer bags.  In the morning, you just grab and go.  Add your smoothie pack to your blender, your plant milk, or liquid of choice and any superfood powders.

What You Can Prep

You can even prep your favorite add-ins.  Measure out your superfood powders, collagen powder, nuts, seeds, etc. and put in a container.  Place it on the counter by your blender.  In the morning, you just grab, blend and go.

Prepping your smoothie bowls saves time and energy, and really encourages you to make them more often.

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I hope to have eased any anxiety you might have had about making smoothie bowls.  If you are ready to give these nutritional powerhouses a real try, download my free guide, Smoothie Bowl Mayhem.

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1 Comment

  1. Angela on April 15, 2020 at 6:10 pm

    You had me a strawberry. They’re my favorite fruit. I’ve never had a smoothie bowl, but it’s something I’ve been wanting to try. And I like that provided tips on making them. I’ll for sure be pinning this so I can give it a try later. Thanks for sharing!

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