Your Summertime Smoothie Bowl Bucket List

June 4, 2018

Ten fresh, new ingredients to try for new flavors and fresh, clean nutrition.

Chocolate Smoothie Bowls

Because who doesn’t love chocolate? These guilt-free smoothie bowls are our new favorite way to enjoy sweet, sweet chocolatey goodness while also getting our daily dose of vitamins and nutrients. Our Mint Chocolate Chip Smoothie bowl is just one of the amazing chocolate smoothie bowl recipes and is loaded with 16 grams of protein, 23 vitamins and minerals and is 100% vegan. Needless to say you can feel free to enjoy this for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert! No judgement here.

Mermaid Smoothie Bowl

Made with Blue Majik, a superfood derived from spirulina the Mermaid Smoothie Bowl is making quite the statement. Blue Majik is an extract of a type of blue-green algae that is high in vitamins, enzymes and minerals so you know you’re checking off all the needed nutrients on your list. Best of all it’s ridiculously, beautifully blue! It gets the intense blue hue from C-phycocyanin, a type of protein packed with amino acids. So it’s not only a feast for your eyes, but for your tummy as well.

Edible Flowers

Add some floral flare to your smoothie bowl with edible flowers. Aside from the fact that edible flowers will make your smoothie bowls extra Insta-worthy, they’ll also add a bit of health benefits.

Flowers such as Dandelions offer an excellent source of vitamin C as well as calcium and iron. Who knew! Hibiscus flowers contains plenty of antioxidants while Violets are known to contain anti-inflammatory properties. So next time you’re looking for the perfect smoothie topper, why not check out your garden or local health food store for some beautiful and tasty flowers.

Ginger

Ginger is one of those magical roots that seems to have an answer for everything. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, ability to help with digestions, and a whole slew of other health benefits ginger has become a tasty and healthful addition to daily smoothies. So if you’re looking to switch up your smoothie routine then give Craving Something Healthy Superfood Smoothie Bowl recipe a try. You won’t be disappointed.

Beets

These root vegetables aren’t just beautiful, they’re powerful. Beets are bursting with immune-boosting vitamin C, fiber, and other essential minerals. Not a fan of juicing or the texture of blended beets? Orgain Superfoods Powder is the perfect alternative. Not only is it made of 49 other superfoods (wowzers) but beets are the second ingredient on the list. So the next time you’re stumped on how to liven up your everyday smoothie bowl, add a couple scoops of our Superfoods Powder and let the beets do their thang.

PB & J

Whether you’re packing for a hike, too tired to make a “real lunch”, or just having fun with the kiddos in the kitchen everyone loves a good peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Lucky for you, we’ve turned the infamous PB & J into a smoothie bowl! Our Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie bowl is the perfect excuse to have a PB & J in the morning. Loaded with protein, berries, and topped with a drizzle of peanut butter and coconut flakes you’ll feel like the healthiest grown up in the house. That is until your children ask to share.

Avocado

Avocados are one of those strange foods that’s half vegetable, half fruit but no one can really agree on one answer. All we know is they are delicious, packed with protein, healthy fats and are an excellent source of fiber. That being said why wouldn’t we put them in our smoothie bowls? Whether you’re adding in fresh avocado or frozen, you’re guaranteed to up the ante of any smoothie bowl. Looking for an easy, avo-friendly recipe? Give our Microgreens Smoothie bowl a try the next time you’re looking for an excuse to use that leftover avocado.

Rose Water

Did you know that drinking rose water can increase your mood, lower stress levels and help to decrease bloat? Sign us up! Although it may seem a little strange, adding a bit of rose water to your morning smoothie bowl can help you start your day off right and have you feeling refreshed. Not sure how to incorporate rose water into your smoothie bowl? Have no fear, we have the perfect recipe for you.

Bee Pollen

The benefits of bee pollen are pretty amazing. It can help with relief from inflammation to increased liver health. So what is bee pollen exactly? It’s a combination of pollen, saliva, and nectar from bees and is found in tiny little pellets. Use this little superfood as a smoothie bowl topper or blend it in. Either way, you’ll be reaping the benefits from those cute little busy bees.

Cherries

Last but not least, the sweet and sour cherry. These deliciously tart fruits provide tons of antioxidant protection, pain relief, and can even support restful sleep. So you can feel good about enjoy a beautiful, cherry-filled smoothie bowl before bed. What’s our favorite recipe you ask? Well our Cherry Banana Bomb Smoothie Bowl of course! You’re just 5 ingredients away from a delicious and wholesome smoothie bowl you can indulge in no matter what time of day.

If you’re looking for more sweet smoothie bowl recipes or ingredients check out the recipe section of our blog!

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