Cauli-Berry Smoothie Bowl
Cauli-Berry Smoothie Bowl – if you like smoothies, you will love this creamy, dreamy smoothie bowl! Eat with a spoon and top with your favorite toppings!
This recipe for a yummy Cauli-Berry Smoothie Bowl utilizes the texture of cauliflower florets to sneak veggies into a berry-laced smoothie bowl. Smoothies can be so good and refreshing, but smoothies with cauliflower are GREATness! Cauliflower adds such a lovely creaminess that I enjoy immensely. Whole bowl devoured in record time. And I’ve already made it two more times since!
If you enjoy browsing foodie Instagram feeds, you’re well aware that smoothie bowls are one of the biggest breakfast trends out there—and for good reason. Whether packed with leafy greens, berries, tropical fruit or even creamy avocado, these super-bowls can be incredibly gorgeous, satisfying, nutrient-rich, and most importantly, wonderfully scrumptious. Like eating ice cream for breakfast!
Have you tried one? I am obsessed. You basically make a thick smoothie, pour it into a bowl, add a ton of toppings, and eat it with a spoon. Yes, you eat it, not drink it, so it totally counts as a meal!
This recipe only requires 4 ingredients, 1 blender and not even 5 minutes. Oh, yeah!
Simply add a small amount of non-dairy milk of choice – I like unsweetened vanilla almond or cashew milk. Start with about 1/4 cup, just to get things moving. Then add frozen banana slices, frozen raspberries (or any berry) and raw frozen cauliflower florets or raw frozen riced cauliflower (trust me, guys) to a blender and blend on low (this is key).
Add more liquid as needed, stopping every few seconds to scrape down the sides of the blender until you have a lovely ice cream consistency. Yep, a smoothie bowl is pretty much glorified ice cream. Exactly why I can’t get enough.
To make an extra thick, ice cream consistency smoothie that’s best eaten with a spoon; be careful not to over do it on the liquid. The result will be a thicker, richer and creamier mixture that’s absolutely delicious!
Plus, skipping the glass lets you go wild with creative, tasty additions like sliced almonds, chia seeds, shredded coconut, MadeGood® Granola Minis and other fun toppings. With this Cauli-Berry Smoothie Bowl, get ready to feel like you’re digging into a bowl of fro-yo at the breakfast table.
MadeGood® Granola Minis are seriously the best topping ever. They’re so tasty and they add the BEST crunch to your bowl of goodness. What’s even better – MadeGood® Granola Minis are made in a dedicated facility free from the 8 common allergens: peanut, tree nuts, wheat, dairy, egg, soy, sesame, fish and shellfish. They are also organic, gluten free, Non-GMO project verified and contain the nutrients in one full serving of vegetables from six different sources.
MadeGood® also carries wholesome granola bars with the exact same nutrient profile. Not only do they make great smoothie toppers, they’re also the perfect portable snack packed with nutrition and flavor. My kids have been enjoying these after school ever since they arrived.
Currently I’m enjoying the apple cinnamon granola minis as a I write up this post. So addicting! Both the granola minis and the Cauli-Berry Smoothie Bowl are keeping this foodie’s tummy pretty happy. Even my kiddos are loving this veggie-filled smoothie bowl! You’re going to love it too! It’s:
Naturally (and perfectly) sweet
If you give it a try, let me know by leaving a comment and don’t forget to take a picture and tag it #kimscravings on Instagram so I can see your version. Make it your own and enjoy!
- 1/2 - 3/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk or other dairy-free milk
- 1 large very ripe frozen sliced banana
- 1 cup frozen raspberries any berry will work
- 1 cup raw frozen cauliflower florets or riced cauliflower
- Optional: 1 scoop vanilla protein powder non-dairy & gluten-free, as needed
- Topping ideas: Fresh fruit Chia seeds, hemp seeds, nuts, nut butter, shredded coconut, granola, cereal and/or MadeGood® Granola Minis
Add about 1/4 cup milk and then frozen banana, raspberries and cauliflower to a blender and blend on low until fruit is broken into small bits.
Add about 1/2 cup more milk and protein powder, if using; blend on low again, scraping down sides as needed, until the mixture reaches a soft serve consistency. It may be necessary to add a bit more milk to get the consistency right.
Scoop into 1-2 serving bowls and top with desired toppings. Enjoy!
*Nutritional information calculated based on the measurements of my typical smoothie bowl (without toppings). This includes: slightly less than 3/4 cup Silk Unsweetened Vanilla AlmondMilk, 1 cup frozen organic raspberries, 1 large banana equal to 144 grams and 1 cup frozen riced cauliflower.
*Feel free to use ingredient measurements as a guide. Use more or less what I use and feel free to add in other favorite ingredients.
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Something to think about….
Have you ever tried a smoothie bowl? What about adding cauliflower to your smoothie or smoothie bowl? It’s a must try smoothie hack!
Also, be sure to give MadeGood® Granola Bars and Granola Minis a try. So good!
This post is sponsored by MadeGood®. As always, all opinions are my own.