Strawberry pineapple smoothie bowl! My delicious fluffy strawberry smoothie bowl recipe is sure to take you on a tropical escape! Topped with refreshing fresh tropical fruit like mango flowers, kiwi, and more!
If you're new to my site welcome! If you've been here before you know by now that I love a good smoothie bowl recipe! I make them all year round, summer spring and even the dead of a New York winter.
Smoothie bowls make such a great healthy dessert and even a healthy breakfast! I'm excited to share this strawberry pineapple smoothie bowl because I made the base without banana! I have been getting a lot of requests for no banana smoothie bowls.
I hope you love this one!
PINEAPPLE STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIE BOWL INGREDIENTS
- Frozen strawberries
- Frozen pineapple
- Milk of choice
- Optional: protein powder
WHAT DOES IT TASTE LIKE?
My pineapple strawberry smoothie bowl tastes like a sweet fruit sorbet! If you are a fan of sorbet, this smoothie bowl is an excellent healthy alternative to make.
ARE SMOOTHIE BOWLS HEALTHY?
Yes! As a registered dietitian I can say that smoothie bowls are super healthy for you! Let's take a look at this one:
- Strawberries: rich in fiber, vitamin C, and more! Vitamin C helps your skin form collagen!
- Pineapple: rich in an antioxidant called bromelain, which is powerful at reducing inflammation.
- Milk: depending on the type you use, contains protein, calcium, vitamin D and healthy fats!
And if you add protein powder, plus some healthy fats like nuts or nut butter on top you have a healthy smoothie bowl for breakfast!
TIPS ON HOW TO MAKE THE BEST STRAWBERRY PINEAPPLE SMOOTHIE BOWL
USE JUST FROZEN STRAWBERRIES AND PINEAPPLE. For a thick texture, don't use fresh fruit inside the smoothie bowl, save those as a topping.
BLEND UNTIL IT'S TOTALLY PUREED. I get asked all the time why is my smoothie bowl not creamy? Because it was not blended for long enough!
ONLY ADD A SPLASH OF LIQUID. My perfect ratio for liquid to frozen fruit in a smoothie bowl is ⅛ cup of liquid to 1 cup of frozen fruit.
For even more tips on how to make a smoothie bowl thicker, check out my How to Make a Thick Smoothie Bowl post!
HOW TO MAKE A THICK STRAWBERRY PINEAPPLE SMOOTHIE BOWL
Step 1: add ingredients to blender
This smoothie is very similar to my other tropical smoothie bowl, but not made in a coconut! If you wanna try cracking a coconut to hold your smoothie bowl, check it out!
Start by putting the frozen pineapple, frozen strawberries, and your milk of choice in the blender.
Step 3: blend it up!
Start your blender on low speed, pushing frozen fruit down towards the blades and turning up the speed as it blends.
Keep blending and pushing fruit down until it is completely smooth.
Step 3: scoop and add your toppings
Scoop pineapple strawberry smoothie bowl between two coconut bowls. Add your favorite toppings and enjoy!
I used granola, coconut chips, mango, and banana on these. These toppings add the perfect compliment to the creamy texture of the smoothie bowl!
Frequently asked questions about my creamy strawberry pineapple smoothie bowl recipe.
How can I make a strawberry pineapple smoothie bowl as a healthy breakfast?
Yes! If you want a complete meal for a breakfast though, make sure to add more protein and healthy fats. Some ideas are protein powder in the smoothie base, and top with nuts, seeds, or nut butter.
How do I make a strawberry pineapple smoothie bowl without banana?
My strawberry pineapple smoothie bowl base is already made without banana! The picture has a banana as a topping, but just leave it off if you don't like banana.
Can I make a pineapple strawberry smoothie bowl with yogurt?
Yes! Yogurt is an excellent option for more healthy fats and protein. Replace the milk with yogurt. In this recipe you would use ½ cup of yogurt in place of the ½ cup milk.
Just watch out for flavored yogurts! They can contain a lot of added sugars, and the fruit in the smoothie bowl is already sweet. So choose plain yogurt to avoid too much sugar.
Looking for more? Try these popular smoothie bowls!
- Strawberry smoothie bowl
- Strawberry mango smoothie bowl
- Chocolate shell smoothie bowl
- Mango smoothie bowl
- Pineapple smoothie bowl
- Creamsicle smoothie bowl
- Watermelon smoothie bowl
- Red smoothie bowl
- Ocean smoothie bowl
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Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie Bowl
For the strawberry pineapple smoothie bowl base:
- 2 cups frozen strawberries
- 2 cups frozen pineapple chunks
- ½ cup soy milk or milk of choice
- 1 scoop vegan protein powder
Smoothie bowl toppings:
- Coconut chips
- Add the frozen pineapple, frozen strawberries, and soy milk to a blender. Start blender on low speed.
- Keep pushing frozen fruit down towards the blades, turning up the speed as you blend. Blend until smooth and creamy.
- Scoop the smoothie into 2 bowls.
- Top with your favorite toppings.