Site Navigation

Health Benefits of Smoothie Bowls

Smoothie Bowls

You have probably seen smoothie bowls around, most likely on social media sites like Instagram. These bowls aren’t just to look pretty, but they are delicious and contain a lot of vitamins and minerals. Here are some different health benefits of eating smoothie bowls.

They are Loaded With Nutrients

One of the top reasons you should consider eating smoothie bowls is because they are very good for you. You have full control over the amount of fat, calories, and carbs by changing the ingredients, and you get all the added nutrients of those ingredients. Smoothie bowls often contain fruits, nuts, seeds, dairy, and veggies, all of which are loaded with vitamins and minerals your body needs. You may have any combination of nutrients, but often antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin C, fiber, and many other essential nutrients.

4 Amazing Health Benefits of Smoothie Bowls

You Can Try New Things

Smoothie bowls provide the perfect opportunity for you to try new things that will be in the bowl or used on top for toppings. While you may not have another use for cacao nibs, chia seeds, maca powder, and hemp seeds, they are frequently used in smoothie bowls. There is such a large variety of interesting ingredients you can use, from acai packs for the thickness of the smoothie, to using coconut shavings or goji berries on top. Think of all the different ways to try these new, fun, and healthy ingredients for your smoothie bowls.

They Encourage Healthy Eating

Also consider the fact that because smoothie bowls are fun to make and of course pretty to look at, you are more encouraged to eat healthy. Perhaps you mostly want to make one of these bowls for the awesome Instagram picture – that’s okay! You will still be eating the bowl for breakfast or another meal during the day, allowing you to get all those nutrients you might not have otherwise enjoyed.

4 Amazing Health Benefits of Smoothie Bowls

You Get Your Daily Amount of Fruits and Veggies

A smoothie bowl contains a large smoothie that is loaded with fruits, vegetables, and other nutrient-rich ingredients. If you are struggling to get your daily amount of fruits and veggies, this is a great way to increase it. It is a simple smoothie bowl you eat with a spoon just like a bowl of cereal, but you are really loading up on the vitamins and minerals. One smoothie bowl could have a cup of kale, an entire banana, full serving of berries, and nuts and seeds, which is going to be great for your body and your mind.


Smoothies can be one of the quickest ways to get the nutrients that your nobody needs to repair itself and replace old cells, but it doesn’t always have to be all about the health stuff! There are a lot of great smoothie bowl recipes that you can use in place of traditional sugary desserts, and satisfy those cravings for those things on the sweet side of your taste buds. If you continue reading this article, you’ll find a great recipe for an amazing banana cream smoothie bowl.


Why You Should Try It 

Bananas have been one of the world’s most popular fruit for over one hundred years. They are great fruit for your health because they contain both vitamins and minerals, and have a high amount of soluble fiber that is excellent for the digestive tract, particularly the intestines.

They are also among the highest concentration of potassium of any fruit or vegetable. Blueberries have been world renowned for their amazing antioxidant properties, which can reduce the chances of the possibility that you could develop cancer. Berries in general have the ability to low cholesterol, and are full of fiber.

Seeds are super high in omega 3 fatty acids, they contain easily usable stores of plant proteins. These proteins have a heavy hand in helping the body to use these proteins to metabolize fats and create other energy stores that the body can access more efficiently.

Banana Cream SmoothieHow You Make This Bowl 

  • 2 bananas whole
  • 1 banana cut into coins
  • ½ cup plain yogurt
  • ¼ cup milk
  • 1 tablespoon of maple syrup
  • ¼ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • ½ cup cornflakes
  • 5 strawberries cut into coins
  • ¼ cup blueberries
  • 2 tablespoon sliced almonds
  • 1 tablespoon pumpkin seeds
  • 1 teaspoon chia seeds

Take your whole bananas, yogurt, maple syrup, vanilla, and dump it into the milk and blend it into a liquid. Dump the mixture into a bowl so you can add the toppings. Place the cut-up fruit on the surface of the smoothie. Dump the blueberries on top or next to the cut fruit. Sprinkle the seeds on top of the pile and sprinkle the almonds last.






© 2022 Fit and Fabulous with Tiffany, LLC. All rights reserved