Strawberry Smoothie Bowl

This isn’t technically a Valentine’s Day recipe but this Strawberry Smoothie Bowl is pretty and pink so I think it is classified in that category. Seriously…how pretty is this?!

When I was little my mom used to make us something called “strawberry soup.” It was something that we only got on special occasions. It was basically a mixture of frozen strawberries and yogurt that was blended together. While I was eating this smoothie bowl all I kept thinking about was the strawberry soup I used to eat as a kid. Then I realized that maybe I was eating smoothie bowls before they were even a trend. Perhaps my mom was even the smoothie bowl trendsetter. Mom, if you are reading this I hope you realize you may have started the smoothie bowl craze.

Okay, I am done making jokes – maybe.  In all seriousness, I really do love making smoothie bowls. I think it is a really fun way to eat a smoothie and you also have the opportunity to really include a lot of nutrient dense add-ins. This recipe was meant to be more fun and festive so not on the healthier spectrum but you can easily leave off the chocolate chips.

Also this is a healthier treat for your Valentine’s celebration that can be thrown together in a matter of minutes and will leave you with a major sugar crash. Unless you loaded it up with chocolate chips like I may or may not have done….


Strawberry Smoothie Bowl
Serves 2
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Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
Strawberry Smoothie Bowl
  1. ½ frozen banana
  2. 2 cups frozen strawberries (12 oz)
  3. ¾ cup coconut milk (I used canned)
  4. 2 Tbsp coconut milk kefir (optional)
  1. Raspberry
  2. Slivered almonds
  3. Coconut chips
  4. Cacao nibs
  5. Chocolate chips
  6. Raw honey
  1. Combine the frozen banana, strawberry, coconut milk and kefir in a high speed blender and blend until mixture is thick but blended together.
  2. Pour in to two bowls and top with the raspberry, almonds, coconut, cacao nibs, chocolate chips and raw honey.
  1. Feel free to include any of your favorite add-ins or toppings.
  2. You may need a little more coconut milk if smoothie won't blend
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