This Banana Berry Smoothie Bowl recipe is a delicious breakfast treat or healthy afternoon pick-me-up. This smoothie bowl is easy to make and delicious too!

You seriously can’t go anywhere without hearing someone talk about a smoothie, smoothie bowl, or seeing one listed on a restaurant menu. Over the years I’ve tried my share of smoothies. While I certainly enjoy them and totally understand and appreciate the health benefits, I sometimes just miss actually eating something. Do you know what I mean? I realize it’s all in my head, but there’s something about sitting down and eating that’s much more appealing to me than drinking out of a glass.

Thankfully, I’m not the only one with this issue. Some smarty-pants decided to serve a smoothie in a bowl and top it with yummy little bits. (Thank you, Smarty-pants!) With just a few simple changes, a drink becomes a meal and I’m not mad about it.

Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl:

Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl | Inspired by Charm

Naturally I had to give it a try and share my results here.

How to Make a Smoothie Bowl:

Obviously, you can use your favorite smoothie recipe and top it with whatever complementary yummy little bits you love best. However, maybe you don’t have a favorite smoothie recipe, so I thought I’d share mine with you.

Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl | Inspired by Charm

I’m making a Berry Banana Smootie Bowl. For this recipe it’s best to use frozen fruit to give your smoothie a thicker texture. It’s just easier to eat that way and it makes it a bit colder – which I like. I would even say you might want to freeze the banana (peel it before freezing) to make the smoothie even thicker.

Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl | Inspired by Charm

Also, you’ll notice there is spinach in this recipe. I really like to add spinach to any smoothie I make. It just makes the whole thing healthier and you can’t even taste it.

Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl | Inspired by Charm

What do you put on top of a Smoothie Bowl:

Once your smoothie is blended, just pour it into a bowl and garnish. I created little lines of toppings on my smoothie to make it look pretty. It takes a little extra time, but it makes eating it so much more special.

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Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl | Inspired by Charm

Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl | Inspired by Charm

Again, use whatever you like to top the smoothie. I chose some healthier options. Other ideas could be coconut flakes, pineapple, any kind of nut, honey, etc.

Let’s blend one up.

Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl | Inspired by Charm

Pretty simple! The options are endless so get creative with your flavor combinations. Enjoy!

Banana Berry Smoothie Bowl Recipe:

Banana Berry Smoothie Bowl
  |   Prep Time: 10 mins
Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl | Inspired by Charm
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This smoothie bowl recipe is a delicious breakfast treat or healthy afternoon pick-me-up.
  • 3/4 cup yogurt I used Greek Vanilla Yogurt
  • 1/2 cup spinach
  • 1 cup mixed berries frozen
  • 1/2 banana
  • sliced banana, chia seeds, chopped walnuts, fresh berries, granola
  1. Add the yogurt, spinach, berries and banana to a blender. Blend until smooth.
  2. Pour the smoothie mixture into a bowl. Top with desired toppings. The toppings I used are listed above. However, feel free to use whatever you like.

Berry Banana Smoothie Bowl | Inspired by Charm


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  • Gabby at

    Totally jonesing over your GOLD silverware!! ๐Ÿ˜›

  • Jennifer G at

    Michael, this is GENIUS! I am absolutely sick of drinking my morning smoothie, but this sounds perfect! I LOVE having a bowl of something yummy so you have just solve my mornings! ๐Ÿ™‚ Thank you!!!

  • COLLEEN at

    I am impressed with your presentation of the smoothie bowl, It makes it very inviting and yummy looking; I think I will have to go make one up!! Thanks for the inspiration also to Smarty Pants LOL

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Haha. You’re welcome Colleen! Glad you found it inspiring!

      xo Michael

  • Julia D. at

    Beautiful presentation!, and such a lovely bowl of smoothie delights. Great job!

  • Allie | BakingAMoment at

    I was on such a smoothie kick for a while there but it came to an end for just that very reason you mentioned. This looks so pretty and satisfying- I will have to give it a try!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You must give it a try Allie. You’ll love it! ๐Ÿ™‚ Hope you are well. See you in NYC in September!!

      xo Michael

  • Heather C at

    New to smoothies, but I think this reminds me of a banana split, without the calories, will have to try, thanks

  • Debra W at

    Thank you Michael!!! I am not a smoothie fan. Like you, I don’ like the drinking it part. I like seeing what I am eating. I would love this. Looks so tasty. Beauty in a bowl. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Miriam at

    I make smoothies a lot, but when I give them to my kids, sometimes I think they are looking at me.. thinking.. “this is it???, where is the rest?” I think this is a GREAT idea not just for me but for my kids! Thanks!!!

  • Katie at

    If you’re ever in the Bay Area, California, I highly suggest you try Bare Bowls! ( ) They do wonderful smoothies in a bowl that are absolutely delicious (though homemade is always best!).

    Thank you for sharing this recipe, I can’t wait to grab the ingredients and try making it this weekend! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Barb at

    Love it! I thought I was the only one who needed that chew factor at meals!! This is a great idea and a new way to incorporate healthy nuts into my meals!

  • Eve at

    I’m obsessed with this recipe. So good! Thank you.

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