How to Make a Smoothie Bowl in Three Steps

How to Make a Smoothie Bowl in Three Steps

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I’ve been on a smoothie kick lately–this cherry pineapple ginger smoothie is my current workday breakfast obsession. Smoothies are a quick, simple way to get in nutrients and hydration and the flavor combinations are virtually endless, plus, they’re easy to grab and go. On the weekends or when I just have more time, I like to do smoothie bowls. This PB&J smoothie bowl is an old favorite. Today, I’m sharing tips for making easy, 3-step smoothie bowls with Odwalla, ZICO, and fresh-cut fruit.

Smoothie bowl made with Odwalla Citrus C Monster topped with blueberries and sliced strawberries

How to Make Easy 3-Step Smoothie Bowls

Blend

Add a sliced banana and one 15.2 ounce bottle of the Odwalla 100% juice smoothie of your choice to a blender and pulse until smooth. Here, I used Odwalla Citrus C Monster for a boost of vitamin C. Doesn’t it just look like a bowl of sunshine?! For an extra boost of hydration, I like to add half a cup of ZICO coconut water, which has 5 electrolytes and as much potassium as a banana, as well. The banana helps thicken the smoothie so that your fresh-cut fruit toppings won’t sink to the bottom of your smoothie bowl.

hulled strawberries between a bottle of ZICO coconut water and a smoothie bowl

Pour

This step is pretty self-explanatory. Pour the smoothie mixture into a bowl. Now you’re ready to adorn it with fun mix-ins that will provide different flavors and textures. The Odwalla Citrus C Monster is a convenient time-saver in this particular smoothie bowl. Other Odwalla varieties I like and recommend are Strawberry C Monster, Original Superfood, Peachy Ginger or Blueberry Monster. Each one is non-GMO verified, made with 100% juice, and no added sugar.

Odwalla strawberry C Monster and Original Superfood juice smoothies next to a smoothie bowl

Top

This is your chance to get creative and add more flavor and texture to your smoothie bowl. I used fresh-cut strawberries and blueberries from Randalls to top this smoothie bowl. Here are some topping ideas to get you started:

  • Fresh Berries
  • Sliced Bananas
  • Sliced Pineapple
  • Sliced Almonds
  • Walnut Pieces
  • Pumpkin Seeds
  • Sunflower Seeds
  • Banana or Plantain Chips
  • Dried Cranberries

smoothie bowl and berries

Adding texture to your smoothies and smoothie bowls keeps things interesting and the possibilities are pretty much endless. My post-workout smoothie and these tropical green breakfast smoothies are great examples of that. 🙂 If you have creative ideas for toppings or texture mix-ins, share them in the comments below!

I found all the ingredients for my 3-step smoothie bowls at Randalls and you can save $1 when you buy any (2) Odwalla 15.2 fl. oz. or ZICO 13.5 fl. oz. and (1) Fresh Cut Fruit there. Offer valid with digital coupon.You can also find more fresh-tasting smoothie ideas here. Thanks so much for reading and have a happy Hump Day!

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Easy tutorial to make delicious and nutritious smoothie bowls in three easy steps! by Dash of Jazz


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