Banana Cut up Vegan Smoothie Bowl

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This vegan smoothie bowl with banana split consists of only 5 ingredients, is ready in 5 minutes, tastes like a banana split and is secretly healthy enough for breakfast!

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Bowls of creamy, frosty banana goodness are stacked HIGH with crispy, delicious peanuts, fresh, ripe strawberries and HEALTHY chocolate pieces.

Which happens to be, UHMMMM, 5 ingredients, 2 steps and, like I said, dessert for breakfast.

This vegan smoothie bowl my friends is like the second grade birthday party you were throwing when the kids were running around like crazy throwing candy all over the place and your mom is still picking sprinkles out of her hair … but it was the best time of all Times.

Except, it is so … but for your taste buds. Growing up is scary, and sometimes all you need is a recipe that will take you back to the good ol 'days when you spent your time chewing your way through the Circus Animal Ice Cream Cake, right?

As a side note: you should also try making baked bananas instead of putting plain bananas on top … adds a WHOLE LEVEL of goodness.

Anyway, this is where that banana split smoothie bowl comes in with its fun, creamy little feet. Please stop looking at me with your questioning little eyeballs. I know bananas don't have feet.

That would be just awkward.

Why you will love this smoothie bowl

Smoothies are always a good idea, IMO. Throw one in the blender together and then sip it – it's a healthy and delicious meal / snack for literally any time of the day! I love mixing a big one Banana Cashew Flax Smoothie morning or noon for a snack. BUT have you heard of smoothie bowls? They bring all of that smoothie goodness, but you can add TOPPINGS like mine Avocado smoothie bowl and the Smoothie bowl recipe I have today for you! It tastes like dessert, you can get as creative as you want with toppings, and it's kid-friendly too, which is always a win!

Close up of vegan smoothie bowl with strawberries on top

Vegan smoothie bowl ingredients

Smoothies don't have to be complicated. In fact, most of my smoothie recipes here on the blog are quick, easy, and don't use a lot of ingredients! Therefore healthy smoothie bowl, you will need:

  • Frozen bananas, cut into pieces
  • Unsweetened vanilla almond milk
  • Strawberries, sliced
  • Roasted peanuts, roughly chopped
  • Vegan chocolate, roughly chopped
  • Sprinkles (optional)

How to Freeze Bananas for Smoothies

Freezing bananas for smoothies is easy and will make your smoothies cool, creamy and sweet! If your bananas are pretty ripe and you want to save them, check this out how to freeze bananas in a few simple steps:

  1. Peel the bananas and cut into coins. I usually make my coins about half an inch thick!
  2. Place the banana slices on a large baking sheet so that none of them overlap. This is very important so that they don't all freeze together in one big lump!
  3. Freeze the banana coins for a few hours or more until they are solidly frozen. Keep the bananas in a zippered freezer bag until you are ready to use them! DEAD EASY!

Strawberries on a chopping board with chocolate for vegan smoothie bowl

How to make a vegan smoothie bowl

Ok how simple is this list of ingredients? You may already have everything you need to kick around your kitchen! After we see how easy and deliciously cool and creamy this recipe is, it's time to put the ingredients together and see how to make a smoothie bowl!

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Put the coarsely chopped banana pieces together with the almond milk in a blender and stir until thick and creamy.

Add the toppings!

Divide the thick smoothie mixture into two bowls. Top each bowl with an equal amount of crushed peanuts, chocolate, and sprinkles (if you plan to use these).

Enjoy

Dip in your spoon and DISCOVER! Add more toppings if that's what you want!

Can You Freeze a Smoothie Bowl for Later?

If you didn't finish your smoothie bowl or did a lot on purpose to save it for later, you definitely can! I recommend storing your smoothie bowl in the freezer with no toppings in an airtight container. When you're ready to enjoy it, just let it thaw a little and then toss it back in the blender to flatten it again! Finally, round off with the desired toppings and enjoy!

I also shared the recipe for the Vegan Banana Split Smoothie Bowl on Food Fanatic, so check it out!

Side view of vegan smoothie bowl in a bowl with a spoon on the side

Other healthy smoothies

Vegan coconut milk smoothie with strawberries

Mango avocado smoothie with watermelon

Blueberry Almond Breakfast Quinoa Smoothie Bowl

FOR THIS RECIPE I RECOMMEND:

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