Frozen Strawberry Smoothie Bowl recipe

Maybe the weather doesn’t really call for frozen food if you live in Sweden, so if you don’t feel like the sorbet-consistency, this could of course be done with fresh instead of frozen fruit!
Depending on how big your blender or food processor is and how much you want, I usually just take about a fist of the strawberries and then a bit more of the pineapples. NOTE: that I haven’t written out detailed amount because I always make smoothies in a visual estimation.

The last couple of weeks I’ve been indulging in this breakfast and feeling quite satisfied and happy. I must warn you, the taste is very addictive! But if you still feel hungry after this, you probably haven’t carbed up, so add another banana!
I love having Goji berries in frozen things, they get all crunchy and pulverize in your mouth.
It’s kind of a heavy job, but I do recommend making your own batch of fresh shredded coconut which you’ll have in the freezer, and at least the shredding part becomes so easy and fast with a food processor!


Frozen Strawberry Smoothie Bowl Recipe
Serves 1
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Total Time
15 min
Total Time
15 min
  1. 2 dl Vanilla Milk (Any nut- or oatmilk will do + vanilla extract)
  2. Frozen Organic Strawberries
  3. Frozen Organic Bananas
  4. Frozen Pineapple
  5. 1-2 Organic Kiwi
  6. + 1 Ripe Banana
Extra Topping
  1. Goji Berries
  2. Mullberries
  3. Fresh Shredded Coconut meat
  4. Organic Rolled Oats
  5. Pomegranate
  6. Chopped banana
  7. Diced Mango
  1. Blend all of the ingredients into desired consistency, putting the frozen things first with the milk.
  2. Pour into a bowl and add the final touches.
  1. Let the frozen fruits lay out a few minutes before, so they won't get stuck or destroy your blender. If you have a Vitamix or other high speed blender, you may ignore this.
  2. Of course you can add a cup of greens into the blend to make it even more jam packed with nutrients!
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