Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl

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Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl

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Food presentation isn’t normally my strong point. I mean, I can make food taste good and look appetizing but when it comes to perfectly decorated plates and bowls, I’m usually hopeless. I have tried the whole photogenic, Instagram-worthy smoothie bowl pictures in the past and usually, it looks like a mess.

However, I have struck a balance between something that looks good and is quick and easy to achieve with this Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl…

Breville sent me their to help create a smoothie bowl that was quick, easy, healthy and used readily available ingredients.

Like I said in the beginning of this post, this smoothie is so simple and it’s even kid-friendly too! And all ingredients can be found in the supermarket.

Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl

What I love about this blender set is that it allows you to easily chop and grind things like nuts and seeds for quick toppings. It’s really easy to clean too. Find out more about it .

For the base of the smoothie bowl, I used a mixture of frozen berries, banana , chia seeds and some almond milk. The chia seeds will thicken the smoothie, the longer it sits, so you could leave the blender bottle in the fridge for about 15 minutes before serving if you want it to be slightly thicker, like a chia pudding.

Then there are plenty of options for the toppings! Frozen fruit is really handy for both the base and the to add some colour on top. A bit of crunch from seeds, nuts and oats also makes delicious toppings. See my guide below:

Red – Strawberries, Raspberries, Cherries, Watermelon, Red Grapes

Orange & Yellow– Oranges, Mango, Apricots, Papaya, Passionfruit, Peaches, Banana, Pineapple

Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl

Blue & Purple – Blueberries, Blackberries, Purple Grapes, Mulberries

- Whole, chopped or ground seeds

What do you like to add to your smoothie bowl?

Easy, delicious and healthy smoothie bowl, bursting with colour and flavour!

- 1 medium banana, peeled and roughly chopped

Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl

- 260 ml unsweetened almond milk, or other dairy-free milk of choice

- Any extra toppings such as; ground or whole seeds, chopped nuts, nut butter, shredded coconut, chocolate shavings, granola

- Blend the ingredients until smooth. Pour into a bowl until about 3/4 full.

- Starting with the red fruits, place them in a curved horizontal line across the top half of the bowl.

- Then directly underneath, a line of orange fruits. Then yellow and so on. Until you have a rainbow!

Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl

- Sprinkle any extras you fancy on top, such as shredded coconut, seeds or chopped nuts.

For some reason I'm pretty decent at arranging savory food, but when it comes to smoothie bowls I'm a mess too :D But I think you did a great job on this bowl!!

Thank you, Sarah! I think I just lack the patience to spend ages making my food look good when I know I'm just going to scoff it down a second later :D

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Thank you, for sponsoring this recipe!

Food presentation isn’t normally my strong point. I mean, I can make food taste good and look appetizing but when it comes to perfectly decorated plates and bowls, I’m usually hopeless. I have tried the whole photogenic, Instagram-worthy smoothie bowl pictures in the past and usually, it looks like a mess.

However, I have struck a balance between something that looks good and is quick and easy to achieve with this Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl…

Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl

Breville sent me their to help create a smoothie bowl that was quick, easy, healthy and used readily available ingredients.

Like I said in the beginning of this post, this smoothie is so simple and it’s even kid-friendly too! And all ingredients can be found in the supermarket.

What I love about this blender set is that it allows you to easily chop and grind things like nuts and seeds for quick toppings. It’s really easy to clean too. Find out more about it .

For the base of the smoothie bowl, I used a mixture of frozen berries, banana , chia seeds and some almond milk. The chia seeds will thicken the smoothie, the longer it sits, so you could leave the blender bottle in the fridge for about 15 minutes before serving if you want it to be slightly thicker, like a chia pudding.

Then there are plenty of options for the toppings! Frozen fruit is really handy for both the base and the to add some colour on top. A bit of crunch from seeds, nuts and oats also makes delicious toppings. See my guide below:

Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl

Red – Strawberries, Raspberries, Cherries, Watermelon, Red Grapes

Orange & Yellow– Oranges, Mango, Apricots, Papaya, Passionfruit, Peaches, Banana, Pineapple

Blue & Purple – Blueberries, Blackberries, Purple Grapes, Mulberries

- Whole, chopped or ground seeds

What do you like to add to your smoothie bowl?

Rainbow Berry Smoothie Bowl

Easy, delicious and healthy smoothie bowl, bursting with colour and flavour!

- 1 medium banana, peeled and roughly chopped

- 260 ml unsweetened almond milk, or other dairy-free milk of choice

- Any extra toppings such as; ground or whole seeds, chopped nuts, nut butter, shredded coconut, chocolate shavings, granola

- Blend the ingredients until smooth. Pour into a bowl until about 3/4 full.

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