Purple Berry Smoothie Bowl

purple berry smoothie bowl smoothie recipe

Smoothies and smoothie bowls are pretty much their own food group for me, as I know they are for a lot of people. They are quick, healthy, and highly customizable – a winning combo for busy ladies everywhere! The problem is that I tend to make the same smoothie recipe over and over because it’s my favorite, and the reason that’s no good is that if I keep it up eventually I will wear it out until I can’t drink it anymore and I don’t want that to happen.

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Where am I going with this? To prevent burn out on my favorite smoothie recipe I decided to experiment and try some new things, the result of which is this  Purple Berry Smoothie Bowl. I started to name it Purplicious Berry Smoothie Bowl but that was hard to type, so I took the lazy way out and went for the easy-to-read option.

purple berry smoothie bowl smoothie recipe

My other favorite smoothie bowl? This Tropical Green Smoothie Bowl recipe is fantastic.

I love smoothie bowls because you get all the health and yum of a regular smoothie with extra fun of toppings! It’s like creating your ice cream sundae. I was always that kid that had a little ice cream with my toppings, so you can see how this aspect of smoothie bowls would appeal to me. For this recipe I usually use fresh berries and some sliced almonds for a little extra crunch. Other suggestions: other nuts, chia seeds, granola, or sunflower seeds. If you have other topping ideas, let me know! Have I mentioned I love toppings?

Two other side notes: 1. Purple is my favorite color, so the rich purple color of this smoothie is a thing of beauty to me. 2. If you are in the market for a blender to meet all your smoothie needs I can’t recommend the Ninja Duo Auto-IQ blender enough. I use the smoothie cups probably at least five days a week, they are the love of my life.

purple berry smoothie bowl smoothie recipe

purple berry smoothie bowl smoothie recipe

Very Berry Smoothie Bowl
Prep Time
5 mins
Course: Breakfast, Snack
Servings: 1
  • 1/2 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1/2 cup frozen strawberries, heaping
  • 3/4 cup orange juice
  • 1/3 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • 3-4 large fresh strawberries, sliced
  • 3 tbsp sliced almonds
  1. Place frozen fruit in a blender and cover with orange juice and almond milk. Blend until smooth, about 15 seconds in my blender. Pour into a bowl and top with sliced strawberries and almonds. Enjoy immediately.


Do you prefer smoothie bowls, traditional smoothies, or both? What’s your favorite smoothie recipe?


  1. This smoothie looks so tasty and healthy! I love the idea of it in a bowl with the extra toppings I like. It truly is like a “sundae” . A tasty healthy treat without the guilt! Thanks for sharing I will need to try this recipe!

  2. I love smoothies, and I love making them for my kids. You can pack such dense, nutrient-rich food into one quick drink, and they taste delicious, too. I’m going to try this recipe soon!

  3. You and I might just be related because smoothies are their own food group to me too! I could drink them even when it’s 5 degrees out! This looks delicious! Thanks for linking up with #wanderingwednesday at Confessions of Parenting

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