This Mixed Berry Detox Smoothie Bowl is a healthy breakfast idea to start the day. It’s easy to customize using your favorite berries & greens, and so delicious! Vegan, dairy-free, and no added sugar, this summer treat is good for you and tastes amazing.
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Updated June 2020
Mixed Berry Detox Smoothie Bowl
Smoothies and smoothie bowls are my favorite ways to start off the morning…especially after a weekend of too much food.
We’ve had visitors staying over with us for the past few weeks and although it’s been busy busy busy, we’ve had the best time just getting to catch up and watch our kiddos play together. With the high temps, none of us have really felt like having a hot breakfast so it’s been smoothie bowls to the rescue.
This Mixed Berry Detox Smoothie Bowl was one of the many that are usually on rotation at our house. It’s super simple to make and packed with antioxidants and immune-boosting ingredients. Plus, it’s vegan, dairy free and has no added sugar. You can totally add a sweetener if you like though and swap out whatever fruit or toppings you have on hand.
What are smoothie bowls?
Smoothie bowls are just smoothies in bowls with some additional fruit or toppings! A little fancier than traditional smoothies, smoothie bowls are eaten by a spoon and topped with all sorts of things, like nuts, seeds, fresh fruit, bee pollen, etc. We like smoothie bowls because they are super versatile and easy to make for breakfast or afternoon snacks when you need an extra kick of energy.
Ingredients You Will Need For A Mixed Berry Smoothie
- spinach or kale
- pitted cherries; fresh or frozen
- banana; sliced and frozen
- ground flaxseed meal
- frozen berries, such as blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and strawberries
- freshly squeezed lemon juice
- water or coconut water
- sweetener, such as dates, maple syrup, honey, or Lakanto Monk Fruit Sweetener
- chia or hemp seeds
- coconut chips or flakes
- fresh berries or bananas
How To Make This Recipe
- Place all the ingredients in a high speed blender in order as they appear.
- Blend until smooth, adding additional liquid as needed. (As little as necessary so your smoothie will be thick).
- Taste and add sweetener of your choice, if desired. Blend again.
- Pour into bowls and top with your favorite mix of fruit, coconut flakes, shredded coconut and or chia/hemp seeds. Serve and enjoy.
Tips For Storing This Breakfast Smoothie Bowl Recipe
Transfer any leftovers from this smoothie bowl recipe to an airtight storage container. The leftover smoothie will stay fresh in the refrigerator for one to two days.
If freezing this smoothie recipe, then store inside an airtight container for up to three months. When ready to eat, run tap water over container until smoothie is thawed. In the mood for freezer pops? Pour this smoothie into Popsicle molds for healthy fruit Popsicles!
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- 1/2 cup organic spinach or kale
- 1/4 cup pitted cherries fresh or frozen
- 1 banana sliced, frozen
- 1/2 Tablespoon ground flaxseed meal
- 1-1/2 cups frozen organic berries I get a blueberry, blackberry, raspberry strawberry mix
- juice from 1/2 lemon
- 1/2 cups water or coconut water
- pinch turmeric optional
- sweetener of choice optional*
- chia or hemp seeds
- coconut chips flakes
- banana slices
- blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries
- nuts or seeds
- Place all the ingredients in a high speed blender in order as they appear. Blend until smooth, adding additional liquid as needed. (As little as necessary so your smoothie will be thick). Taste and add sweetener of your choice, if desired. Blend again.
- Pour into bowls and top with your favorite mix of fruit, coconut flakes, shredded coconut and or chia/hemp seeds.
- Serve and enjoy.
*I don't usually add any sweetener as I find the berries, cherries and banana are sweet enough but you can definitely add raw honey or maple syrup if you like after tasting it.