I love starting the day with a frozen blueberry smoothie bowl. It’s a perfect cross between fresh fruit and a big bowl of ice cream!
It’s blueberry season – yay! – and that means frozen blueberry smoothie bowls for breakfast. Double yay!!
Any day that starts with a big bowl of fruit that tastes like ice cream has a big head start on being good.
I’m not a morning person, and if you’re not either you know how serious I am when I say I’m not a morning person. I’m not a morning person means I’m barely a person in the morning. Life is slightly painful to me until after noon. Sometimes even later. But on frozen blueberry smoothie bowl mornings, a miracle happens. I’m happy as I nosh away on my fruity ice cream treat. Life is delicious. I feel refreshed and energized, and ready for whatever life’s offering today.
Refreshed and energized? Ready for whatever life’s offering? Seriously?!
Yes. It’s like I’m a different person who loves life even before noon, and it’s all thanks to the super powers of the smoothie bowl.
Fruit ice cream topped with fruit. Even I can’t resist the awesomeness of a breakfast concoction like that. All I put in my frozen blueberry smoothie bowls is frozen blueberries and half a frozen banana. It makes a lovely, creamy smoothie bowl base that’s perfect for topping with whatever I like. This time I topped it with pomegranate, a few old blackberries I needed to use and more blueberries. The pomegranate was awesome! A really nice, rich fruit flavor that goes great with blueberry. Great source of fiber too, with that little seedy center deal.
Here are some other frozen blueberry smoothie bowl toppings I’ve tried and like:
– almond slivers
– peach slices
– grapes (surprisingly good)
I often don’t have a ton of extra fruit hanging around though. When that’s the case, I smoothie bowl naked. I mean, I’m not naked, the smoothie bowl is.
I could be too though. I’m a wild and crazy girl on smoothie bowl mornings!
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I love frozen blueberry smoothie bowls for breakfast. It's like a big bowl of fresh fruit ice cream!
1 hrPrep Time
1 hrTotal Time
- 2 c blueberries, frozen
- 1/2 banana, sliced and frozen
- your favorite toppings (or no toppings)
- Freeze fruit for at least an hour, or overnight.
- Let the fruit thaw until it's barely beginning to soften. You want it a little shy of rock hard. Process in a power blender or food processor until smooth.
- Top with your favorite fruits and nuts, or enjoy plain.
Pin this smoothie bowl fabulousness! Here’s another of my favorite frozen fruit desserts disguised as a healthy breakfast: Orange Pineapple Smoothies! Frozen orange and pineapple blended into a super sweet milkshake-y drink. Yum!!