*Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Good Karma Foods. All thoughts and opinions, as always, are my own.
Smoothie bowls are a food trend that has become fairly popular in the recent years. I started noticing them in my Instagram feed and would admire all the creativity that goes into making them. I look at all the amazing flavors that people come up with and think they are so impressive! There’s a local cafe here in Hermosa Beach that makes a good green smoothie bowl and Toddler Awesome and I are huge fans. It’s a great way for me to sneak in her greens.
A couple weeks ago I was introduced to a new line of dairy-free products from Good Karma Foods. They make a Probiotic Drinkable Yogurt, Yogurt, and Flax Milk that come in several different flavors. You can find them at Whole Foods or Sprouts. I have never had Drinkable Yogurt before and I thought this dairy-free one would make an excellent base ingredient for my first attempt at a smoothie bowl. One cup of the drinkable yogurt has 6 grams of plant based protein and 1200mg Omega 3 which I thought was pretty impressive. I decided to add a lot of greens to it and make the smoothie bowl as nutritionally dense as I could while still making it taste good (the banana really helps). The result was just thick enough to eat with a spoon and delicious. I put all sorts of different superfood toppings on my super green smoothie bowl to help make it more flavorful and crunchy. Here is my recipe. Hope you enjoy!
Super Green Smoothie Bowl
- 1 and 1/2 cups Good Karma Foods Dairy-Free Probiotic Drinkable Yogurt (Plain Flavor). It comes in three flavors – Plain, Greens with pineapple, and Blueberry but we are using this as a base and adding ingredients to it so I chose plain.
- 1 TBSP Almond Butter
- 1 Banana, Frozen
- 2-3 Handfuls Spinach, frozen
- Handful of Ice Cubes
- Silvered Almonds
- Cacao Nibs
- Coconut Shreds
- Goji Berries
- Gluten-Free Granola
Put all ingredients into blender and blend until desired consistency is reached. If the smoothie bowl does not come out thick enough, add more ice or frozen fruit to the mixture.
What about you? Have you ever made a smoothie bowl? Does the idea of making one at home appeal to you? Have you ever had Drinkable Yogurt? Post in the comments and let me know.