Tropical Smoothie Bowl Recipe

tropical smoothie bowl recipe

Posted in July 13, 2020 by

Categories: Breakfast

Tropical Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Who doesn’t like smoothies, right? I am coming to you today with the simplest recipe ever. Only two ingredients and whatever toppings you like but I strongly recommend passion fruit on top with this flavour. This bowl takes you to Tropics in a second and gives you this ‘’ aloha ‘’ vibe.

For this recipe I used:

mix of frozen fruit – mango, pineapple and papaya. I used frozen ‘’ Tropical ‘’ smoothie mix. You can find it in Aldi or Asda. You can always mix them separately or use any other ready frozen smoothie mix.

milk – I used coconut milk. Honesty for me is the best kind of milk for tropical smoothie bowls, but feel free to use any milk you like.

fresh Mint – is such a great addition. Give it such a freshness and taste so good with mango, pineapple and papaya.

sweetener – sometimes I use agave syrup to make my smoothie sweeter however this mix is already very sweet so I don’t use any additional sweetener.

tropical smoothie bowl recipe

Before start…

For this recipe you’ll need to use frozen fruit. Fresh fruit doesn’t give you this thick consistency. If you can buy frozen fruit where you live you can always freeze fresh fruit overnight. For this recipe you’ll need a blender or food processor. I prefer the food processors. Is much easier and faster this way.

THIS TROPICAL SMOOTHIE BOWL RECIPE IS:

  • Summer recipe
  • Vegan
  • Easy to make
  • Healthy
  • Family recipe
  • Sweet recipe
  • Dessert
  • Gluten free
  • Sugar free recipe
  • Breakfast recipe

tropical smoothie bowl recipe

HOW TO MAKE TROPICAL SMOOTHIE BOWL RECIPE

Ingredients:

For smoothie:

  • 300g frozen fruit (I used mix of mango, pineapple and papaya)
  • 40-50ml of milk (I used coconut milk)

Toppings (use whatever you like it):

  •  1 Passion Fruit (I strongly recommend to use passion fruit with this tropical mix. Its really is so delicious)
  • Handful Fresh Raspberry
  •  1½ strawberry
  • 1tbsp nutty granola
  • Some chopped mint on top (not only looks nice but it also gives nice fresh taste which is great with mango, pineapple and papaya)

 

METHOD:

Put the frozen fruit in the blender. Pulse a few times, then blend until small pieces appear. The small pieces will look like granita. Pour milk and blend until nice and smooth. Transfer the smoothie into a serving bowl then start decorating with your favourite toppings. Sprinkle with nutty granola and chopped mint. Viola! 

 

You also can like these recipes:

Purple Sweet Potato Pancakes

Purple sweet potato puree

Caramelised banana toast

Recipe was made in our Vegan Healthy Louisa Cafe Deli in Leicester.

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