Mango & Berries Smoothie Bowls

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Is eating healthier part of your New Year’s resolution? If so, you might need to change up your diet and there is no better way to start than with a breakfast makeover. In fact, this recipe for a mango and strawberry smoothie bowl may be just what you need for your fresh start.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and eggs, bacon, and sausage aren’t the most nutritious options. Instead try a delicious, nutritious smoothie bowl. Smoothie bowls are too thick to drink through a straw and are usually enjoyed with whole berries, seeds, granola, nuts, or other additions. Though you can make a smoothie from practically any fruit or vegetable, a mango and strawberry recipe is a particularly smart idea.

Mangoes are full of vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin B6, as well as fiber, and potassium. They make for great breakfast food because they give your immune system a boost and they help with your digestion. The strawberries are also full of antioxidants that can keep your heart in tip-top condition. 

Ready to start your day off right? Check out the recipes from Sally’s Baking Addiction, which are listed below.

Mango & Strawberry Smoothie Bowl

(Recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction)

 Ingredients

  • 2 large bananas (peeled, sliced, and frozen)
  • 1 cup of frozen mango chunks
  • 1/4 cup of orange juice
  • 6 large strawberries, sliced
  • 1/4 cup of strawberry Greek yogurt
  • 1/4 cup of milk
  • Homemade granola*
  • Your favorite nuts (almonds, pecans, walnuts, or pistachios) or fresh fruit

Directions

  1. Use your powerful blender to blend one frozen banana, the frozen mango chunks, and the orange juice together until smooth. Pour the mango smoothie into another container.
  2. Clean your blender and then blend one banana, the strawberries, yogurt, and milk together until smooth. Pour the strawberry smoothie into another container.
  3. In your breakfast bowl, add a layer of your mango smoothie to the bottom. Top this layer with a sprinkling of your homemade granola. Then add a layer of the strawberry smoothie topped with more granola. Continue this pattern until your bowl is full.
  4. Top your smoothie bowl with nuts or fresh fruit

Bonus: *Granola Recipes

Need a granola recipe? We’ve got you covered! Try this recipe for maple almond granola—it’s made with rolled oats, almonds, sunflower seeds, maple syrup, honey, dried fruit, and other ingredients. If you’d like to add a taste of orange to your mango and strawberry smoothie bowl, try orange and peanut granola. This recipe calls for rolled oats, wheat bran, honey roasted peanuts, orange zest, honey, brown sugar, and other ingredients.

Double Bonus: More Smoothie Bowl Recipes

If you’re not a fan of mango there are tons of other smoothie bowl recipes you can try. Do you love chocolate? You can make a protein-packed chocolate smoothie bowl with Greek yogurt, banana, peanut butter, cocoa powder, and ice. Or you can make an apple and oats smoothie bowl with old-fashioned oats, sweetened almond milk, Greek yogurt, an apple, cinnamon, a date, lemon juice, and other ingredients. For more recipes, check out this Stress Institute article.