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.
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!!