This Ayurvedic smoothie bowl recipe is an easy, nourishing breakfast and a creamier alternative to the classic smoothie.

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Smoothies are practical, refreshing, healthy and delicious, the perfect option for your breakfast. Even if you’re on the go, this Ayurvedic Smoothie Bowl recipe can be made in less than 15 minutes and will give you energy to start your day with everything!

In addition to breakfast, smoothie bowls are perfect as snacks or desserts, as they are super creamy, cold and satisfy that sweet tooth!

This recipe uses bananas, berries and milk or yogurt, but you can adapt it to your taste and what you have at home by substituting other frozen fruits.

Try this delicious recipe and be surprise yourself. Don’t forget to rate the recipe and comment what you think of it down here!

Photo of an Ayurvedic smoothie bowl. The recipe is decorated with strawberries, bananas, granola, blueberries, and cacao nibs. Behind the bowl is a green spoon.

Smoothie Bowl

An easy, nourishing breakfast as an alternative to a classic smoothie.
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Ayurveda
Servings 2
Calories 260 kcal

Ingredients
  

Smoothie

  • 300 g frozen banana and berries You can use any fruit you like, fresh or frozen.
  • 100 ml milk or yogurt

Toppings

  • granola
  • cacao nibs or cacao powder
  • oat flakes
  • nuts
  • fruit pieces

Instructions
 

  • Add the fruits of your choice and the milk/yogurt in a blender and mix them until you get a smooth texture. Start with less liquid and add more if needed. As this should be thicker than a regular smoothie.
  • Add it to your favorite bowl and use toppings like granola, nuts, chia seeds, and fruit pieces, or drizzle with some almond butter and honey. Adapt it to your preferences, be creative, and enjoy your healthy delicious creation!

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Notes

The caloric value was calculated per serving.
When using frozen fruits, add some liquid like yogurt or milk.
For fresh fruits, you do not need extra liquid, as we need a thicker consistency.
Add 1 tablespoon of chia seed and let it sit for 10 minutes if the mixture is too liquid.
Recommendation for doshas:
Vata: In order not to aggravate Vata, avoid frozen fruits or a big portion of them.
It is recommended to serve it slightly warm, especially in the cold season, and add some cinnamon and ginger powder to bring some heat to the digestive fire. Milk products are well tolerated.
Pitta: Sweet fruits are good for Pitta and the frozen version is well tolerated as Pitta needs foods with a cooling effect on the body. Ā 
Kapha: avoid bananas, use mango or peach instead. Choose a vegan milk or yogurt alternative, as cow milk products increase mucus production.
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Keyword Ayurveda, Healthy food, Vegetarian

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3 responses

  1. Erfrischend und Vitamin reich. Die Kinder lieben es auch uns essen so mehr Obst. Man kann es auch individuell anpassen und dekorieren. Habe mit gefrorene Obst probiert und ist ein super Ersatz fĆ¼r Eis im Sommer.

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