27 Beautiful Paleo Smoothie Bowl Recipes
Smoothie bowls are so fun to create and to enjoy. But some ingredients that are often used in smoothie bowl recipes are not Paleo (e.g., oatmeal and granola). Most smoothie bowls also use dairy ingredients (e.g., yogurt or milk), which makes it tough for those of us trying to stay dairy-free. So, in this post, we’ve found 27 beautiful Paleo smoothie bowl recipes to make your breakfast more colorful and fun.
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27 Beautiful Paleo Smoothie Bowl Recipes For Breakfast
You don’t find cherries featuring in many Paleo smoothie bowl recipes, but this one is absolutely beautiful. So, if you love cherries, you will delight in making this bowl. Packed with cherries and a banana, it tastes even better with chocolate, so load on the cacao nibs and dig in.
Paleo Smoothie Bowl Recipes
– Primal Palate
Ingredients: spinach, banana, mango, chia seeds, almond milk, spirulina powder (optional), shredded coconut, blueberries, grain-free granola.
This green bowl of deliciousness is jam packed with nutrients and minerals that the body needs and craves. With spinach, banana, mango, blueberries and grain-free granola, this smoothie bowl will leave you feeling full and satisfied without cheating on your diet.
– Bravo for Paleo
Ingredients: banana, almond butter, cacao powder, honey, ice (optional), water, sliced banana, unsweetened coconut flakes, sliced almonds, cinnamon.
Chocolate and bananas are an excellent combination and go together nicely in this smoothie bowl that adds coconut, honey, and almonds for the perfect meal or snack. Add some ice and it will help to beat the heat as well as fill you up.
Ingredients: bananas, almond milk, chocolate protein powder, sunflower seed butter, cocoa powder, honey or maple syrup, vanilla extract, coconut flakes, paleo granola, almonds, cacao nibs.
This chocolate “peanut butter” smoothie bowl tastes like there really is peanut butter in it, although there is not. Using sunflower seed butter with almond and honey or maple syrup creates the ‘authentic’ flavor while avoiding real peanut butter. Add in bananas, Paleo granola, and vanilla for a great tasting bowl.
– Get Inspired Everyday
Ingredients: apples, banana, coconut water, ripe avocado, cinnamon, spinach, vanilla, homemade cinnamon granola, chia and hemps hearts, coconut yogurt or Greek yogurt.
Cinnamon crunch apple pie smoothie bowl is just as yummy as it sounds. Granny Smith apples are what make this recipe so good and the spinach and avocado add the extra punch to give you a kick-start in the mornings.
– The Lazy Paleo
Ingredients: banana, fresh baby spinach, strawberries, almond milk, raw honey, coconut butter, ground flax, ice cubes.
This beautiful green smoothie bowl is loaded with spinach and fresh berries for a nutrient-packed and delicious meal that will leave you feeling good about yourself and your diet.
– Gourmande in the Kitchen
Ingredients: filtered water, Rooibos tea bags, goji berries, coconut milk yogurt, frozen strawberries, frozen raspberries, hemp seeds, fresh strawberries, raspberries.
This yummy three-berry smoothie adds Rooibos tea to enhance the antioxidants and nutrients in this dish. Completely vegan, gluten-free, and grain-free, this bowl will become your new favorite breakfast.
– The Healthy Maven
Ingredients: blueberries, vanilla plant-based protein powder, banana, almond milk, avocado, greens (spinach, arugula and kale).
This “green” smoothie may actually look purple, but it is loaded with greens; spinach, kale and arugula. The blueberries give it the color and the protein powder add the extra energy punch.
– Paleo in Heels
Ingredients: blueberries, frozen raspberries, acai berry powder, fresh or frozen organic spinach, frozen banana, almond milk, cinnamon, medjool dates, chia seeds, ground flaxseed.
Blueberries make the majority of this bowl, but with acai berry powder and raspberries, this triple berry treat is packed with antioxidants and nutrients. It has spinach, banana, medjool dates and cinnamon and tastes great with any of your favorite toppings.
– Paleo Crumbs
Ingredients: frozen strawberries, frozen banana, date, raw cacao powder, coconut milk, hemp seeds (optional), collagen (optional), MCT oil (optional), chocolate.
Chocolate covered strawberries are a hot seller, especially around Valentine’s Day. However, with this smoothie bowl, you can have that wonderful taste any time of the year. Top with dark chocolate or cacao nibs for more chocolate flavor.
– Get Inspired Everyday
Ingredients: fresh pineapple, bananas, Tuscan kale (lacinato), ripe avocado, mango, strawberries, blueberries, shredded unsweetened coconut, bee pollen, hemp hearts, chia seeds, nuts.
The warmth has come and that means the season for many fruits. Mangoes, strawberries, blueberries are only a few of the summer fruits that are available and used in this beautiful green smoothie bowl. Add kale and avocado for the color and fruit to flavor. Sprinkle with your favorite toppings and voila! Breakfast.
– Blissful Basil
Ingredients: bananas, kale, almond milk, ice, medjool dates, almond butter, wheatgrass powder, shredded coconut, chia seeds, almond butter.
Banana and kale make up this green smoothie bowl. Add in shredded coconut, medjool dates and wheatgrass powder (yes, it’s Paleo despite its name) to make a filling breakfast, lunch or dinner that will leave you feeling full and energized.
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Ingredients: spinach (or other leafy green), coconut water (or plain water), bananas, avocado, kiwi fruit, blueberries, coconut flakes, sunflower seeds.
This super simple recipe is quick and easy to make but don’t let that fool you. It’s still full of nutrients and minerals that you need and tastes great with almost any topping of your choice.
– Whitty Paleo
Ingredients: frozen mango, kiwi, frozen spinach, kale, lime, coconut or almond milk, raw honey or a couple of dates (optional).
Mango, kiwi, spinach, kale and lime make up this wonderful smoothie bowl. This tropical flavored bowl will leave you feeling full and happy.
– Paleo with Mrs P
Ingredients: raspberries, kiwi, coconut oil, spinach, pear, blueberries, mixed seeds, coconut water.
Looking for something different to do with your smoothie obsession? Try this layered smoothie pot with a green smoothie on the bottom, seeds, then a fruity red layer. On top of that add on your very own blueberry coulis and more seeds. Dig in!
– Unbound Wellness
Ingredients: kale leaves, frozen peach slices, coconut milk, coconut oil, collagen hydrolysate, ice cubes, lemon juice, banana, coconut flakes.
Another beautiful green smoothie bowl with kale. This one also uses peaches and lemon juice to flavor it. It has a great taste while avoiding too much sugar from fruits, making it a great dish for those on an AIP (Paleo autoimmune protocol) and Paleo diet.
– Forest and Fauna
Ingredients: avocado, coconut milk or coconut water, baby spinach, fresh key lime juice, lime zest, vanilla extract, sweetener, dried coconut flakes, pomegranate arils, kiwi.
Key lime pie with a twist, this smoothie bowl adds avocado and spinach for a healthy dish that tastes great and keeps you feeling fuller longer. Top with kiwi, coconut and pomegranate and you have a delicious meal.
Photo Credit: Lisa from Downshiftology
Ingredients: frozen mango, frozen pineapple, banana, coconut water, mango and pineapple chunks, blueberries, coconut flakes, chai spiced granola.
This delicious tropical smoothie bowl is packed with mango and pineapple and topped with blueberries and chai spiced granola (grain-free of course!). Quick and easy to make, it’s great for breakfast or a late afternoon snack.
– Comfort Bites
Ingredients: banana, coconut yogurt, fresh spinach leaves, mango, orange, matcha.
Looking for a smoothie bowl that has a kick? This dish uses matcha which adds caffeine and is full of natural health benefits. Mix with mango and spinach and you have yourself a delicious meal to replace your ordinary breakfast.
– Simply Taylor
Ingredients: unsweetened vanilla almond milk, banana, frozen pineapple chunks, frozen mango, almond butter, spinach, flaxseed, hemp seeds, or chia seeds.
Another beautiful smoothie bowl, this recipe goes tropical with pineapple and mango. With spinach, seeds and vanilla almond milk, this bowl makes a great breakfast or just a quick go to when you’re feeling a bit hungry.
– The Fit Fork
Ingredients: unsweetened almond coconut milk, chai tea, frozen banana, stevia, ice, raw shelled hemp seed, cacao nibs, unsweetened flaked coconut, strawberry.
If you like the exotic spices in chai tea, you will love this smoothie bowl. With chai tea, strawberries, coconut and cacao nibs, this bowl makes a great breakfast or early-in-the-day snack and gives you an energy boost to get you through the day.
– The Fit Cookie
Ingredients: blueberries, whole strawberries, vanilla protein powder, chia seeds, vanilla creme liquid stevia, coconut flakes.
This berry smoothie bowl is full of goodness that makes a quick, healthy and delicious breakfast. With blueberries, strawberries and protein powder, it has the boost you need to get going in the mornings without all the grease or starch in most ‘fast food’ breakfasts.
– Get Inspired Everyday
Ingredients: bananas, coconut butter, vanilla extract, frozen acai berry purée, shredded coconut or coconut chips, bee pollen (omit for Vegan), shelled hemp seeds, raw macadamia nuts, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries.
While this bowl isn’t the quickest to make, it’s not very difficult either. And definitely worth the small hassle. Acai berry puree with bananas topped with coconut, hemp seeds, macadamia nuts and berries, it is a delight to make and eat.
– Wallflower Kitchen
Ingredients: frozen mango, frozen pineapple, fresh papaya, orange juice, hemp seeds, ground turmeric, lucama powder (optional), fresh balled melon or papaya, kiwi or orange slices, coconut flakes, cashew nuts, goji berries, passion fruit seeds.
Another tropical smoothie bowl, this one includes mango, pineapple and papaya with orange juice. Add in some hemp seeds and a bit of spice for a tastier dish that is jam packed with nutrients.
– The Clean Dish
Ingredients: banana, frozen raspberries, nut milk or water, baby spinach or baby kale, shredded coconut lemon juice, almond butter (optional), fresh berries, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, cacao nibs, goji berries.
Berries and chocolate go hand in hand in almost any dish and this berry smoothie bowl is no exception. With spinach included, it is full of good stuff that can get you through your day and leave you feeling good about your diet.
Ingredients: frozen mixed berries, banana, frozen pitaya, almond milk, fresh fruit, shredded coconut, almond butter, granola.
Something you don’t see every day is a recipe that uses pitaya (dragonfruit). Mixed with berries and topped with granola and shredded coconut, this is a breakfast of champions (or at least for dragonfruit lovers).