11 Smoothie Bowls To Take Your Breakfast Up A Notch

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The concept of a smoothie bowl is a simple one. (Hint: It's exactly what it sounds like.)

What makes smoothie bowls special is that they're topped with fun ingredients, made slightly thicker than the drinkable kind and eaten with a spoon. It's a colorful spin on a yogurt/granola bowl that tastes as good as it looks.

What I like about smoothie bowls is that they make me rethink the breakfast equation. Often plant-based, nutrient-packed, and pretty to look at, smoothie bowls are a great way to pack extra vegetables and fruits into your morning routine.

Mango Smoothie Bowl

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Get tropical with a combination of mango and coconut, topped with chai-spiced granola. Get the recipe.

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Chocolate Hazelnut Smoothie Bowl

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Like a banana and Nutella crepe deconstructed in a bowl. Get the recipe.

Green Smoothie Bowl

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Avocado, spinach, AND kale create that dazzling green color in this nutritional powerhouse of a smoothie. Get the recipe.

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Strawberry Oatmeal Smoothie Bowl

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Make your smoothie more substantial and bowl-worthy with a serving of oats. Get the recipe.

Coconut Banana Oats Bowl With Crunchy Black Sesame Quinoa Cereal + Mango

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Coconut and banana make a great base for toppings like mango and dark chocolate. Get the recipe.

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Blueberry Quinoa Bowl

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Blueberries are the star of this bowl. Get the recipe.

Banana Berry Superfood Smoothie Bowl

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A classic combo like banana and berries works well with all of the toppings (especially peanut butter!) Get the recipe.

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Peach Pie Smoothie Bowls

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Peach pie for breakfast? Yes please. Get the recipe.

Matcha Colada Smoothie Bowl

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Matcha makes an appearance in these fruit-and-coconut-based bowls. Get the recipe.

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Peanut Butter Chocolate Bowl

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PB and chocolate should always be together — even at breakfast. Get the recipe.

Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl

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Dragon fruit, or pitaya, is the secret to bright pink bowls that will definitely brighten your morning. Get the recipe.

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