Creamy Raspberry-Strawberry Smoothie Bowl
The best thing about being a food blogger is, you are getting free samples once in a while (though not as often, as I would like to). A small Start-up called Dollop sent me Coconut Lemon Bliss Balls to try and asked me to develope a recipe. I wanted to create something that princesses would love to eat for breakfast. And this Raspberry-Strawberry Smoothie Bowl is was what I came up with! Almost everything in this picture is pink, even the toppings 💗.
Though this smoothie bowl looks like a lot of work it’s definitely not. All you need is frozen bananas, frozen strawberries, frozen raspberries, coconut yogurt (you can also use soy yogurt), a pinch of beet powder (totally optional) and toppings of choice. Pomegranate always look pretty, so don’t be shy and use them generously.
You can easily create pink coconut flakes by mixing them with beet powder. When I double-checked the recipe, I filled my smoothie in little jars and topped them with a dollop of strawberry nice-cream. Certainly not the worst idea!!
Spring flowers have something magical about them. Don’t you think? Especially those pink fluffy daisies stole my heart!
What’s your favorite spring flower? Let me know in the comments below! I would love to hear from you 😘😘.
Raspberry-Strawberry Smoothie Bowl
- 2 bananas semi-frozen
- 2 tbsp raspberries frozen
- 2 tbsp strawberries frozen
- 6 tbsp coconut yogurt
- 1/2 cup pomegranate seeds
- 4 bliss balls optional
- 1 tbsp grated coconut
- 1 pinch beet powder
- 1 handful raspberries for decorating
- 1 tsp dried cornflowers
Blend frozen bananas, strawberries, raspberries and coconut jogurt until very smooth.
Mix grated coconut with beet powder.
Transfer smoothie to a bowl and decorate with pink coconut flakes, pomegranate seeds, raspberries, bliss balls and dried cornflowers.