Breakfast bowls are the sweet result of the beloved bowl trend. With beautifully arranged toppings, it is no surprise that this trend gained popularity in recent years. Thanks to vibrant ingredients such as purple acai berries and pink pitaya, smoothie bowls have become a favorite on warm summer mornings. But also other kinds of bowls, made with an oatmeal, yogurt or chia seed base, are a great way to kick off your day.
California Cling Peach Smoothie Bowls
Looking to try a smoothie bowl? They may appear fancy, but they are simply a smoothie in a bowl with an arrangement of fruity, crunchy, and flavorful toppings. In order to get the right consistency, it is best to work with frozen fruit. California Cling Peaches are ideal for this frozen delight, as they provide a natural sweetness and a splash of sunshine to your bowl. Start your day by blending together a California Cling Peach Smoothie Bowl. All you need is a can of California Cling Peaches, some Coconut Water, and Greek Yogurt. Then add your favorite toppings, such as nuts, berries, and granola, to give you your morning boost.
Spiced Almond Butter Chickpea Granola Bowl
Chickpeas for breakfast may not seem like the most obvious choice, but once toasted, their crunchy nutty flavor mixes extremely well with the combination of oats, almond butter, and maple syrup. Make your own Spiced Almond Butter Chickpea Granola and serve with your favorite fresh berries and yogurt.
With almond milk or coconut yogurt, you can make this nutritious and delicious vegan breakfast bowl. The best thing about it, you can make a large portion of granola and enjoy it more than just once.
Coconut Pear Chia Pudding
Chia pudding is packed with good fats and fiber, making it a great option for a satisfying and filling breakfast. Red and green Anjou pears are the perfect fruit to top a creamy chia pudding as they provide a juicy and fresh flavor. The Coconut Pear Chia Pudding developed by May Zhu, MBA, RDN, LDN (@nutritionhappens) puts you in an absolute summer mood, combining unique flavors and texture with ingredients such as coconut, pistachio, and pear.
For the right pudding consistency, make sure to soak chia seeds in coconut milk, cream, and honey and allow to sit in the fridge overnight (or a minimum of 3 hours).
When it comes to the toppings, green Anjou pears bring in a hint of citrus. The red color of their relatives add a striking contrast and eye appeal and invites you to feast early in the morning.
Tart Cherry Ginger Muesli Yogurt Bowls
A slice of cherry pie on your spoon? Sounds heavenly! The Tart Cherry Ginger Muesli Yogurt Bowls by Gina Matsoukas are a simple, yet super flavorful way to kick-start your day. Served with the yogurt of your choice, these bowls get their burst of flavor from Montmorency Tart Cherries.
The muesli brings together a variety of delicious ingredients, starting with dried Montmorency Tart Cherries and followed by candied ginger, sliced almonds, rolled oats, cinnamon, cacao nibs, and cardamom. What makes these bowls extra special is the final touch: a zesty and bold tart cherry sauce!
White Chocolate Smoothie Bowl
Smoothies to slurp are great, but a smoothie bowl can turn a tasty beverage into a filling breakfast.
This vegan and gluten-free chocolate smoothie bowl is made with quite an unusual ingredient – white beans. This hidden ingredient not only contributes to a smooth texture, but also provides healthy nutrients and can keep you feeling satisfied a bit longer. Get creative with the toppings by nicely arranging sliced strawberries, some granola, almond butter, bee pollen, pine nuts, blueberries, and whatever seeds (pumpkin, chia, hemp) your heart desires.
There is no such thing as too many toppings.
Acai Bowl with California Prunes
Love acai bowls, but want to give it a special twist? Equally purple and naturally sweet California Prunes make the perfect addition to your creamy acai bowl blend. California Prunes are full of vitamins, unsaturated fatty acids and antioxidants. Spiked with fresh coconut shreds, raspberries, and pineapple slices, this tropical soul food immediately puts you into a vacation mood.
Sweet Potato Smoothie Bowl
It’s not just mangos and oranges that can offer a colorful breakfast. It may come as a surprise, but this vibrant smoothie bowl get its color from North Carolina Sweetpotatoes!
With the Sweet Potato Smoothie Bowl you can ensure a nutritious and filling breakfast, while enjoying a refreshing and creamy smoothie bowl. With a little bit of prep, you can blend together smoothie-ready, ras-el-hanout-flavored sweet potatoes with some bananas and juice from blood oranges and lemon.
A crunchy note is added by the granola, created by baking a mix of oatmeal, seeds and honey in the oven until golden-brown. The bright bowl is then topped with banana, sweet potato chips, and pomegranate seeds to create a unique and delicious breakfast bowl.