This red beet, berries and avocado smoothie bowl is perfect when you want a healthy dessert packed with real nutrients but also incredibly easy to make. What started as a very simple blend turned into a nourishing smoothie bowl that exceeded all my expectations.
Here are a few reasons why I LOVE this recipe. It’s:
Fun to eat
So, why would you make this smoothie bowl for your next breakfast meal? Let me tell you.
It’s loaded with healthy nutrients.
Has the perfect creamy texture.
Perfect as breakfast, dessert or mid-day snack.
& So easy to blend.
It’s Naturally sweetened
& Tastes like banana and red beet combined.
You control the ingredients.
Homemade is always cheaper … and healthier.
Smoothie bowl tips and tricks
The base for this recipe is made up from the classical banana and avocado combo. Nothing special until now, right? Oh, but there’s more … I’ve also added red beet on top of the base, just to give it a sweet taste and a boost of real whole food nutrients.
No red smoothie can ever be complete without a mix of frozen berries and this one is no exception. Frozen berries will add texture, color, flavor and nutrients to your smoothie bowl. Plus they’ll make it cold and refreshing in the same time. Trust me, you want frozen berries in your smoothie!
But that’s not all … Did you knew that smoothie bowls (and smoothies in general) are a great way to “hide” some of the plants that you wouldn’t eat otherwise? I’m just saying that if you don’t like broccoli for example (or spinach, celery, fennel, etc) you can simply “hide” them inside on of these recipes. Yep, your kids wouldn’t know the difference!
Take this recipe for example … Besides avocado, banana, berries and red, I’ve also hidden inside a bit of celery, a bit of bell pepper plus a lot of frozen broccoli. Who puts broccoli in a smoothie bowl, right? Well … I do it all the time and I’m pretty sure you won’t know the difference without knowing the recipe first. You see, the perfectly balance taste that we obtain from mixing bananas, avocado, berries and red beet can mask the taste of all other vegetables (like broccoli, spinach, or celery). You know, those vegetables that kids don’t like to eat but are healthy for them.
Give this recipe some LOVE and you won’t regret it. It’s:
Loaded with vegetables
Fun to make
Best to “hide” veggies
Super red color
Healthy and tasty
Cheap to prepare at home
Great as breakfast or dessert
This is definitely one of our favorite recipes and I hope that you’ll decide to give it a try. Let me know how it turned out, and if you share a picture on Instagram don’t forget to tag it #refreshmyhealth so I can follow up with you. Enjoy!
What’s your favorite smoothie bowl recipe? Would you give this one a try? Share your experience below!
Red Beet, Berries And Avocado Smoothie Bowl
- 1 banana (peeled)
- 1 big avocado (skin and seed removed)
- 1 big red beet (peeled and chopped)
- 1 stick celery
- 1/2 small red bell pepper
- 300-400 g frozen berries mix (blueberries + raspberries)
- 100-125 g frozen broccoli
- no water added
- decorated with white chia seeds, cacao beans, fresh berries
- Add all the ingredients into your blender.
- Blend on medium to high until you reach the desired consistency.
- Pour into smoothie bowl, decorate and enjoy!. You can store this one in the fridge for 1-2 days.
- Color: dark purple
- Texture: creamy, thick, smoothie bowl, easy to mix
- Taste: perfectly sweet from banana + red beet