When You Really Need That Extra Energy

by Lucy Jones Chief Cook & Bottle Washer

How to Make A Blueberry Breakfast Smoothie Bowl: The Ultimate Breakfast On-The-Go For Extra Energy

Thinking about that perfect on-the-go breakfast? Look no further than a smoothie bowl! With a smoothie bowl, you’ll have a yummy and healthy breakfast ready to go in just minutes. Smoothie bowls are also super versatile—you can swap out different flavours to change things up, experiment with different toppings, or even make it into an ice pop. Here we’ll show you how to make a blueberry breakfast smoothie bowl that’s perfect for rush hour. Making a blueberry breakfast smoothie bowl is simple and only requires five ingredients. You’ll need frozen blueberries (ideally wild), banana, non-fat Greek yoghurt, almond milk, and agave nectar. That’s it! This combination of ingredients makes the most delicious blueberry breakfast smoothie bowl you can take anywhere. Let’s get started…

The Secret to a Great Blueberry Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

While frozen blueberries are the best option for a breakfast smoothie bowl, fresh blueberries can be used as well! The trick to making sure you have the best smoothie bowl with fresh blueberries is to add a little more sweetener to your smoothie. Frozen blueberries are already sweet enough, but fresh blueberries need a little help. Adding an extra tablespoon of agave nectar should do the trick. You can also add a little more almond milk to thin out the smoothie, especially if you add fresh blueberries. If using fresh blueberries, it’s best to add them at the end, after the rest of the ingredients have been blended. Frozen blueberries, on the other hand, can go in at the beginning since they won’t be fully blended. Frozen blueberries will create a nice texture and will thicken up your smoothie bowl.

The Best Kind of Frozen Blueberries for a Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

Ideally, for a smoothie bowl, you want to use frozen wild blueberries. Frozen wild blueberries are great for a smoothie bowl because they’ll create a nice texture and won’t fully thaw out in your smoothie bowl. Frozen wild blueberries will thicken up your smoothie bowl and make it a nice and creamy texture that’s perfect for eating with a spoon. Frozen wild blueberries are also about $1 less than fresh blueberries. If you can’t find frozen wild blueberries, frozen organic blueberries will work just fine. Just make sure to let them thaw out before adding them to your smoothie bowl.

The Perfect Combination of Ingredients for a Smoothie Bowl

Frozen Blueberries - Frozen blueberries are the key to a great smoothie bowl. Frozen blueberries will add a nice texture and will thicken up your smoothie bowl. Banana - Bananas are key to a smoothie bowl, both in texture and taste. Bananas add sweetness to the smoothie bowl and help create a creamy texture. One medium banana is all you need for a single-serving smoothie bowl. Non-Fat Greek Yogurt - Non-fat Greek yoghurt adds a nice creaminess to the smoothie bowl and also adds some extra protein. Most non-fat Greek yoghurts have around 10 grams of protein per serving. One serving of non-fat Greek yoghurt is enough for a single-serving smoothie bowl. Almond Milk - Almond milk is a must for a smoothie bowl. Almond milk gives your bowl a nice and creamy texture and adds a subtle almond flavour.

How To Make A Blueberry Breakfast Smoothie Bowl: Step by Step

- First, add the frozen blueberries to the blender. Blueberries are highly porous, which means they absorb other flavours easily. To avoid this, it’s best to put them in first so they don’t get stuck to the sides of the blender. - Next, add the banana, non-fat Greek yoghurt, and agave nectar. - Finally, add the almond milk. - Blend the ingredients until smooth and creamy. - Pour the smoothie bowl into a bowl and add toppings, if desired. - Enjoy!

Where to Find Non-Fat Greek Yogurt and Almond Milk

Non-fat Greek yoghurt is available in most grocery stores and health food stores. You can also find it online or delivered to your door. Almond milk is also widely available and can be found in most grocery stores. If you don’t have access to these ingredients where you live, you can also buy them online.


A blueberry breakfast smoothie bowl is the perfect way to start the day and is easily transportable. Blueberry smoothie bowls are easy to make and can be customized with different toppings and flavours. Frozen blueberries are a must for a smoothie bowl, and the rest of the ingredients can be chosen based on your tastes. Whether you’re looking for a healthy breakfast on the go or want to try something new for your next brunch, a blueberry breakfast smoothie bowl is the perfect recipe!

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