Blue Smoothie Bowl – Serene Path

This Blue Smoothie Bowl is so creamy and irresistible! Frozen bananas, peaches and pineapples are mixed into a tropical mix. Maple syrup and vanilla give it cozy warmth while blue spirulina naturally colors it a beautiful blue. Such a healthy and refreshing treat!

I truly believe this easy blue smoothie bowl will definitely become a new favorite once you try it! It’s packed with delicious tropical flavors and has a beautiful bright blue color due to the added spirulina (also called majik blue).

This recipe couldn’t be simpler. Simply freeze fresh fruit and add it to a blender with a few simple ingredients. Mix them and enjoy!

It’s like a classic smoothie but you eat it with a spoon because it’s thicker. This recipe makes 2 medium/large bowls or 4 smaller servings. The final yield is approximately 4 cups.

Red white and blue smoothie bowl.Red white and blue smoothie bowl.

This refreshing treat is similar to soft-serve ice cream, but it’s plant-based and high in fiber. It’s perfect for blue themed parties or 4th of July celebrations.

I like to sprinkle some nutritious spirulina powder, just like with my Blue chia pudding recipe for this vibrant blue color, but you can definitely leave it out if you don’t have any on hand.

Reasons to love this recipe

  • Delicious
  • Easy to prepare
  • Dairy-free and vegan
  • Lots of fresh, healthy fruit
  • Just a handful of ingredients

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Ingredients and Substitutions

Labeled ingredients for smoothie bowls.Labeled ingredients for smoothie bowls.
  • Bananas – Use ripe bananas for a creamy consistency.
  • Peaches -I like to use white peaches but another variety can work too. If possible, select ripe and juicy dishes.
  • Pineapple – Use fresh or canned pineapple chunks. If they are canned, be sure to drain them.
  • Yogurt – Coconut yogurt is best here for a tropical flavor, but other plant-based options can work too.
  • Sweetener – Use maple syrup or another liquid sweetener like agave.
  • Spirulina – All you need is a little blue spirulina powder.
  • Vanilla – Adds depth of flavor to smoothie.
  • Toppings – Top it with coconut shavings, strawberries and any other favorites.
Spirulina smoothie bowl.Spirulina smoothie bowl.

How to Make a Blue Smoothie Bowl

Here are some quick visual steps. Find the complete recipe with exact measurements on the recipe card below.

cube the fruit and place it in the freezer.

I like to place it on a lined baking sheet so I can easily remove the pieces once frozen. Or you can just add them to a freezer bag or container if you prefer.

When the fruit is frozen (after about 2 hours) gather all the ingredients, a blender and your bowls.

Remove the fruit and add it to the blender with maple syrup, vanilla and blue spirulina.

Impulse in a creamy mixture. Take a break from time to time to scratch on the coast.

Process steps for a smoothie bowl.Process steps for a smoothie bowl.

Quickly add it to your bowls, sprinkle with topping and enjoy!

Advice

  • Placing the fruit pieces on parchment paper makes them easier to unmold once frozen.
  • You can add the fruit to freezer bags or containers if you don’t plan to blend the smoothie bowl right away.
  • Gather your ingredients beforehand to save time as fruit will begin to thaw and soften once removed from the freezer.
  • Place your bowls in the freezer while blending the ingredients so the smoothie stays cold longer while you eat it.
Eat blue smoothies.Eat blue smoothies.

Ideas for variations

  • Sprinkle with protein powder.
  • Switch up the fruits for fun new flavors.
  • Replace blue spirulina with butterfly pea powder, green spirulina or chocolate powder.

What to serve it with

This red, white and blue smoothie bowl is perfect for your patriotic events or to freshen things up this summer! This would go very well with…

Storage

Cover leftovers and store in the freezer for up to 2 weeks. Once ready, set the bowl on the counter for a few minutes before enjoying.

Frozen fruit mix with toppings.Frozen fruit mix with toppings.
Spirulina bowl Pinterest pin.Spirulina bowl Pinterest pin.

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Close-up view of a blue spirulina smoothie bowl.Close-up view of a blue spirulina smoothie bowl.

Blue smoothie bowl

This irresistible Blue Smoothie Bowl is so healthy and refreshing! It contains just a handful of ingredients, including frozen tropical fruits and blue spirulina for a gorgeous blue color.

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Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Snack

Kitchen: American

Preparation time: 2 hours

Mixing time: 5 minutes

Total time: 2 hours 5 minutes

Servings: 4

Calories: 156kilocalories

Ingredients

Toppings

  • ½ cup strawberries, chopped
  • ¼ cup coconut chips

Instructions

  • Line a small cookie sheet with parchment paper. Cut the fresh fruit into pieces and spread them on the cookie sheet in a single layer. Freeze the fruit for about 2 hours.

  • Gather your ingredients so you can work quickly once the fruit is taken out of the freezer. Add the frozen fruit, coconut yogurt, maple syrup, vanilla and spirulina to a blender. Blend it until creamy, stopping occasionally to scrape down the sides.

  • Pour the smoothie mixture into bowls and top them with coconut flakes, strawberries, and any other favorites. Appreciate!

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Remarks

  • Placing the fruit pieces on parchment paper makes them easier to unmold once frozen.
  • You can put the fruit in freezer bags or containers if you don’t plan to blend the smoothie bowl right away.
  • Gather your ingredients beforehand to save time as fruit will begin to thaw and soften once removed from the freezer.
  • Place your bowls in the freezer while blending the ingredients so the smoothie stays cold longer when you eat it.
  • Cover leftovers and store in the freezer for up to 2 weeks. Let the smoothie sit on the counter for a few minutes just before enjoying it.

Nutrition

Portion: 1 cup | Calories: 156kilocalories | Carbohydrates: 33.3g | Protein: 7.6g | Fat: 1.5g | Saturated fat: 0.7g | Sodium: 112mg | Potassium: 424mg | Fiber: 3.8g | Sugar: 22.8g | Calcium: 45mg | Iron: 4mg

Nutrition information is estimated and may vary depending on brands and measurements used.

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