Healthy Smoothie Bowl Recipe

5 from 3 votes

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Filled with Chobani Greek Yogurt pouches, and topped off with tons of delicious fruit this Smoothie Bowl Recipe is kid and adult approved!

So our breakfasts and after-school snacks have slowly turned into smoothies and Smoothie Bowls. Mainly because I can put all sorts of healthy goodies into there without them suspecting a thing. As long as it tastes good and is on the sweeter side, I can get away with just about anything {even frozen broccoli}! Mwahahaha.

Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Here’s everything you’ll need to make delicious and healthy smoothie bowls!

  • Greek Yogurt – The whole basis of this recipe is centered around two of these Chobani Kids Greek Yogurt Pouches. I always have them in my fridge because my kids love them and they are a healthy choice to reach for. I love using Chobani Kids Greek Yogurts for many of my recipes because they are packed with protein, a good source of calcium, made with only natural ingredients, and have 25% less sugar* than the leading kid’s yogurt. Alternatively, you can use any brand of Greek Yogurt that you love! I just happen to love Chobani.
  • Baby Spinach – as I said before, I can sneak just about anything in these smoothie bowls and my kids will devour them!
  • Banana – ripe! This adds creaminess and sweetness.
  • Ice Cubes – to keep everything cold and slushy!
  • Orange Juice – I like to thin out my smoothies with orange juice instead of milk or water. This helps to sweeten as well as adding more vitamins to this recipe.

* Chobani Kids® Pouches, 10g Of sugar per 3.5oz (99g) serving; leading kids’ yogurt, 14g Sugar per 3.5oz (99g) serving. Chobani Kids® Tubes, 6g of sugar per tube; leading kids’ yogurt, 9g Sugar per tube.

How to Make a Smoothie Bowl

How to Make a Smoothie Bowl

  1. So into your blender, add in a small little splash of orange juice, half a ripe banana, a heaping cup of baby spinach, and two of these Chobani Kids’ Strawberry Pouches.
  2. Top with a few ice cubes and blend until smooth.
  3. Now, that’s a bright and fun color! You can serve this as-is for a drink to go. OR! Pour it into a shallow dish and create a smoothie bowl.

Toppings

Toppings

For our toppings, I just grabbed what we had on hand, prepped it all and let my kids pick what they wanted. Here’s what we used as well as other ideas:

  • raspberries
  • pineapple
  • kiwis
  • tangerines
  • strawberries
  • blackberries
  • pepitas
  • granola
  • chia seeds
  • coconut flakes
  • mango
  • peaches
  • chopped almonds
Smoothie Bowl

Variations

This was Brooke’s smoothie bowl. She went for a little bit of everything, plus a few pepitas for crunch. I’m turning that girl into such a foodie! Here are some other Smoothie Bowl Recipes for you to try!

  • Mixed Berry – replace the spinach with frozen mixed berries and the orange juice with pomegranate juice.
  • Strawberry Banana – replace the spinach with strawberries for a creamy strawberry banana smoothie.
  • Tropical – combine mango, pineapple, and peaches with coconut milk and orange juice (full recipe here). Top with coconut flakes, mango, and kiwis.
  • Peaches and Cream – replace the spinach with peaches and the orange juice for your choice of milk (regular, oat, almond, coconut).
  • Chocolate Peanut Butter – make this high protein smoothie then top with granola, sliced banana, and chopped almonds.
Smoothie Bowl

 

Can I Freeze Smoothie Bowls?

I wouldn’t recommend freezing this smoothie bowl recipe. This is because of the dairy when frozen and then thawed it tends to separate and mess up the texture! So enjoy this recipe fresh!

More Smoothie Recipes to Try!

The best part about this recipe is knowing my kids are getting lots of protein and calcium {thanks to the Greek Yogurt!} and several servings of fruit and veggies too. When food tastes good and I give my kids the freedom to pick their toppings, it makes for happy, full tummies.

What healthy snacks do you like to feed your kids? Have you ever tried a smoothie bowl before? I think you’d love it!

Printable recipe below! Have a great day!

5 from 3 votes

Smoothie Bowl Recipe for Kids

Filled with Chobani Greek Yogurt pouches, and topped off with tons of delicious fruit this Smoothie Bowl Recipe is kid and adult approved!
servings 2 servings
Prep Time 10 mins
Total Time 10 mins

Ingredients

  • 7 oz Chobani Kids Strawberry Greek Yogurt 2 pouches
  • 1 cup baby spinach packed
  • 1/2 banana very ripe
  • 1 cup ice cubes
  • 1-4 tablespoons orange juice
  • fruit and granola for garnish

Instructions

  • Empty yogurt into the bottom of a blender. Add in spinach, banana, ice and orange juice. Blend until completely smooth.
  • Pour into small shallow bowls and top with sliced fruit and granola.

Notes

Nutritional Information is for Smoothie Bowl only and not for garnish. Toppings vary and can slightly change the nutritional information.

Nutrition

Calories: 92kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 11g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 5mg | Sodium: 54mg | Potassium: 329mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 8g | Vitamin A: 1407IU | Vitamin C: 11mg | Calcium: 124mg | Iron: 1mg
Course: Breakfast, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: how to make a smoothie bowl, Smoothie Bowl, smoothie bowl recipe

I have partnered with Chobani to create this smoothie bowl recipe and post. All opinions expressed are completely my own.

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8 Responses
  1. Tiesha

    5 stars
    Smoothie bowl!!!!!! What a clever idea!!!! During the summer months when fruit is cheap, I prep them and freeze them, just for smoothies during the year! Even baby spinach! Kids love them!!! I never thought to try yogurt in them!!!! Yuuuummmmm. We will try the bowl this week!! Thanks!!!

  2. DIANA VARNADORE

    5 stars
    I love, love this recipe for kids! I work in a pediatric office and we see a lot of kids who eat fast food. This recipe is not only pretty but healthy! Keep up the great work Lauren!

  3. Judi

    This is such a clever idea!
    one of ours boys got a little flu bug! After sanitizing like crazy and crossing your fingers that Mama won’t be down for the count. How can I push those fluids and vitamins, this smoothie bowls did the trick…It looks so inviting for little ones they simply have to taste it and Vola it’s gone!

    Thanks for sharing another great recipe…

  4. Megan

    Mmmm…smoothie bowl. This would be an easy prep ahead breakfast. I have one that’s not into the smoothies, but 3 out of 4 ain’t bad!