Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl is a delicious and healthy vegan breakfast that's ready in minutes!
Thank you to my friends at Foodie Fuel for sponsoring this post!
If you're looking for an easy breakfast you can make with a handful of ingredients, this smoothie bowl is it!
One thing I love about smoothie bowls is you can top them with all sorts of ingredients such as fruit, nuts, seeds, and granola.
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Besides using them as a topping for a smoothie bowl or yogurt, you can enjoy them as a snack by the handful, or top them with your favorite milk and eat them like cereal.
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But now let's talk about this Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl!
Sometimes I enjoy drinking a smoothie in the morning such as a Peanut Butter Green Smoothie or a Cranberry Pineapple Smoothie. But other days I want something a little more substantial that I can eat with a spoon.
What's so easy about this breakfast is you only need three basic ingredients to make it: frozen berries, a banana, and unsweetened plant-based milk.
It doesn't get much easier than that!
Then add your favorite toppings, and you'll be starting your day on a healthy note.
I particularly enjoy it after a long run to refuel.
Now let's make a Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl!
Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl (Vegan)
- 1 banana
- 1 cup frozen berries, (any variety)
- ½ cup non-dairy milk, (I use organic unsweetened soy milk)
- fresh berries or other fruit, Foodie Fuel Snacks, etc., (optional, for topping)
Nutritional information is an estimation only.