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Tropical Green Smoothie Bowl

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This tropical green smoothie bowl is made with frozen bananas, mango, kiwi, mint, spinach, chia seeds, vanilla soy yogurt and coconut milk. It’s ready in just 5 minutes and tastes like a tropical paradise.

This tropical green smoothie bowl is made with frozen bananas, mango, kiwi, mint, spinach, chia seeds, vanilla soy yogurt and coconut milk. It's ready in just 5 minutes and tastes like a tropical paradise.

It’s supposed to be 66 degrees today and 73 degrees tomorrow. This basically means you’ll find me in capri pants and flip flops all while cleaning my house like a mad woman with the windows open. I’ll probably also bust out my tropical/fruit/summer candles because I have reached the point in the season where I’m going to pretend winter is over.

This tropical green smoothie bowl is just another thing to help me get over the hump of winter. It’s packed with fruit, vegetables and Silk Dairy Free vanilla yogurt. It’s perfectly sweet and can be topped with all. the. things! In my case I went full on tropical and topped this bad boy with toasted coconut, chia seeds, blackberries, kiwi, mint AND edible flowers! I think the flowers are so pretty I don’t even care that I had to pay $2.99 for 2 little flowers. 

This tropical green smoothie bowl is made with frozen bananas, mango, kiwi, mint, spinach, chia seeds, vanilla soy yogurt and coconut milk. It's ready in just 5 minutes and tastes like a tropical paradise.

This was also my first time ever using a dairy-free yogurt. I had my concerns – would it taste good? Would it be as thick as traditional yogurt? Would I be able to taste that it’s “dairy-free?” It tasted great and all my concerns were slowly swept away. I haven’t tried all their flavors but this vanilla is on point! They do make a plain that would probably work lovely in this smoothie bowl but I’m sort of a sucker for that sweet vanilla flavor.

This tropical green smoothie bowl is made with frozen bananas, mango, kiwi, mint, spinach, chia seeds, vanilla soy yogurt and coconut milk. It's ready in just 5 minutes and tastes like a tropical paradise.

If you’re thinking to yourself “I still don’t get this smoothie bowl craze…” I hear you. I used to be one of those people BUT the reason for a smoothie bowl is simple – toppings. Trust me it’s the toppings that make it worth while. You get all that smoothie goodness PLUS the added nutrition of chia seeds, fruits, etc. Plus I think they’re are super pretty which definitely counts for something. I’m not much of a morning person but waking up to this pretty smoothie bowl every morning MIGHT just change that.

Also you can’t really argue with how easy they are to make. Throw everything in your high powered blender (I LOVE my Vitamix for this job) and whiz it up till smooth and creamy. In just about 5 minutes you have a perfect tropical green smoothie bowl breakfast.

{Looking for more easy breakfast ideas? Try my apple pie smoothie bowl, no bake peanut butter banana chocolate chip granola bars or my cranberry smoothie bowl.}

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Tropical Green Smoothie Bowl

This tropical green smoothie bowl is made with frozen bananas, mango, kiwi, mint, spinach, chia seeds, vanilla soy yogurt and coconut milk. It's ready in just 5 minutes and tastes like a tropical paradise.

Ingredients:

  • 1-1/2 frozen bananas
  • 1 cup packed baby spinach
  • 1 (5.3 ounce) Silk dairy-free vanilla yogurt
  • 1 whole kiwi, peeled
  • 3/4 cup Silk unsweetened coconut milk
  • 1/3 cup frozen cubed mango
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 6 mint leaves
  • For topping: sliced kiwi, blackberries, toasted coconut, chia seeds, edible flowers, etc.

Directions:

In a high powered blender (I used my Vitamix) add frozen bananas, baby spinach, yogurt, kiwi, coconut milk, mango, chia seeds and mint leaves. Blend on high until smooth.

If the smoothie is too thick add a little more coconut milk until you reach desired consistency.

Split between 2 large bowls and top with sliced kiwi, blackberries, toasted coconut, chia seeds and edible flowers, if desired.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.

This tropical green smoothie bowl is made with frozen bananas, mango, kiwi, mint, spinach, chia seeds, vanilla soy yogurt and coconut milk. It's ready in just 5 minutes and tastes like a tropical paradise.

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Rakesh Kumar

Friday 27th of May 2016

Delicious !!! I tried your smoothies today at home, Really it is very delicious and healthy, Now I am planning to take it as regular basics..

can I take it daily after having my breakfast ?

Kelley

Wednesday 23rd of March 2016

Sounds delicious, and looks SO pretty! I have not tried the smoothie bowls yet, but really need to give it a go. I see at the end of the recipe it says to split between two bowls. I was just wondering how long they would be good for? Is bowl two to share with someone, eat later that day, or would it be okay in the fridge for then next morning?

nutmegnanny

Thursday 24th of March 2016

Hi Kelley! The 2 bowls are just because it makes enough smoothie for 2 servings. You can always cut the recipe in half if you want less :)

Joanne

Sunday 13th of March 2016

I feel like 99% of my mornings would be made better if they had these smoothie bowls in them!

Colleen (Souffle Bombay)

Saturday 12th of March 2016

Love the colors and the sounds of the flavors happening in this bowl! Looks delicious!

Jenn

Wednesday 9th of March 2016

Wow, your photos are gorgeous!! I love Silk yogurts - so yummy!! This bowl looks amazing!

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