Blueberries! Healthy smoothie bowl receipt! You should try it!

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Fresh or frozen, these tiny “superfruits” pack a big antioxidant punch. Or better yet, a flurry of punches: Studies suggest that eating blueberries regularly can help improve everything from memory and motor skills to blood pressure and metabolism. (Wild blueberries, in particular, have one of the highest concentrations of the powerful antioxidants known as anthocyanins.)

Blueberries are also lower in calories than a lot of other fruits (they contain just 80 per cup), so you can pile them onto your cereal without worrying about your waistline.

Healthy smoothie bowl receipt

It is made with mixed berries, Greek Yogurt, and Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk. With blueberries, bananas, almonds, and granola as toppings, this easy smoothie bowl recipe is the ultimate breakfast of champions. And it’s really, really pretty too. Don’t underestimate the power of cute food.

Smoothie Base

  • 1 cup Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk
  • 1 1/2 cups mixed berries, fresh or frozen (if you use frozen, the consistency will be thicker)
  • 3 Tbsp Greek Yogurt, Vanilla, Plain, Berry (if you’re vegan, substituting vegan yogurt will work fine)
  • Ice to thicken (optional, depending upon your desired consistency)


  • Fruit (I used bananas and blueberries)
  • Sliced Almonds
  • Granola (I used gluten-free)
  • Honey, Maple Syrup, or Agave (for added sweetness)
  • Coconut Flakes
  • Chia Seeds


With a high-powered blender, blend Almondmilk, berries, Greek Yogurt, and ice until smooth.*
Pour smoothie into a bowl, and add desired toppings. Serve immediately.

I like my smoothie bowls thick, but if you prefer a thinner consistency, leave out the ice and add more Almondmilk.



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