Healthy Hawaiian Strawberry Mango Smoothie Bowl Recipe

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Lately, my kids are really into breakfast items they can assemble themselves. They have had a lot of fun making their own yogurt parfaits, so I thought we’d try something new.

That’s when I thought about making a mango and strawberry smoothie bowl with frozen fruit we had on hand for making Hawaiian smoothies.

What’s awesome about this strawberry and mango smoothie bowl recipe is that it’s super fast to whip up the tropical smoothie and then my kids can completely customize it.

And I can always make a double (or triple) batch to pop in the freezer. Then, we can just defrost it in the morning for a fresh and healthy breakfast treat!

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Smoothie Bowl FAQs

What is a smoothie bowl?

A smoothie bowl is essentially a much-thicker smoothie (like the consistency of soft serve ice cream) and is topped with nutritious items like fresh fruit, nuts, chia seeds, muesli, etc.

Are smoothie bowls actually healthy?

It 100% depends on what you put in your smoothie bowl. Just like traditional smoothies, the ones filled with fresh fruits and vegetables are a lot healthier than ones with a lot of added sugar.

Are smoothie bowls bad for weight-loss?

That really depends on your toppings. Each topping adds extra calories, so if you use a lot of toppings (especially unhealthy ones), your smoothie bowl will pack a lot of calories. So, try just topping it with fresh fruit or nuts.

Tropical Smoothie Bowl Ingredients

Find out the best Strawberry Mango Smoothie Bowl toppings and ingredients to get. Image of frozen mango, strawberries, banana, coconut milk, chia seeds, nuts, etc.

Suggested Mango Smoothie Bowl Toppings

How to Make a Strawberry Mango Smoothie Bowl

Step 1:

Blend mango, strawberries, coconut milk, and protein powder in a blender until smooth. It should be thick enough to scoop, but still soft (similar to soft serve ice cream).

Image of a blender filled with frozen mango chunks, strawberries, and coconut milk to make a mango strawberry smoothie bowl.

You can add more coconut milk to loosen or frozen fruit to thicken until you reach the desired texture.

Blend all the fruit together for this strawberry mango smoothie recipe. Image of a pink smoothie in a blender.

Step 2:

Scoop the mixture into a bowl. I prefer to use a shallow bowl with a wide opening to fit a lot of toppings.

Scoop the smoothie into a shallow bowl.Image of a black bowl filled with a strawberry mango smoothie.

Step 3:

Lay out toppings of your choice on the top of the smoothie.

Add your favorite toppings to this mango strawberry smoothie bowl. Image of a tropical smoothie bowl with small bowls of fresh fruit, coconut flakes, and granola.

Looking for more Hawaiian breakfast ideas? Try making mochi pancakes, tropical pineapple avocado smoothies, mango strawberry chia smoothies, Hawaiian loco moco, or mango muffins!

Yield: 1 large bowl (or 2 small ones)

Healthy Hawaiian Strawberry Mango Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Learn how to make this Strawberry Mango Smoothie Bowl by top Hawaii blog Hawaii Travel with Kids. Image of a pink smoothie bowl topped with fresh strawberris, sliced banana, and granola.

This healthy strawberry mango smoothie bowl recipe packs a tropical punch and works with a variety of fun toppings! One bite will transport you to a Hawaiian beach paradise.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup frozen mango
  • 1 cup frozen strawberries
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  • 1 scoop vanilla protein powder (optional)

Instructions

  1. Blend mango, strawberries, milk, and protein powder in a blender until smooth. It should be thick enough to scoop, but still soft (similar to soft serve ice cream). You can add more milk to loosen or frozen fruit to thicken until you reach the desired texture.
  2. Scoop the mixture into a bowl. I prefer to use a shallow bowl with a wide opening to fit a lot of toppings.
  3. Lay out toppings of your choice on the top of the smoothie.

Notes

Smoothie Bowl Topping Ideas

  • Fresh strawberries
  • Fresh mango
  • Banana
  • Freeze-dried fruit
  • Granola
  • Chia seeds
  • Any nut butter
  • Flax seeds
  • Hemp seeds
  • Coconut flakes
  • Nuts
  • Drizzle of honey or maple syrup

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

1

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 499Total Fat: 25gSaturated Fat: 22gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 5mgSodium: 70mgCarbohydrates: 47gFiber: 8gSugar: 31gProtein: 29g

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