Tropical Yogurt Smoothie Bowl (Easy and Delicious)

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Are you looking for a delicious and healthy breakfast smoothie that is easy to make? If so, then you will love this tropical yogurt smoothie bowl recipe.

It contains yogurt, mango, pineapple and banana, which are all high in vitamins, minerals and fiber. This smoothie bowl is also great for weight loss because it contains protein from the yogurt to help keep you feeling full until your next meal.

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Why We Love This Easy Smoothie Bowl Recipe

We drink a lot of smoothies in our house but sometimes we want something just a little different, so we mix it up with smoothie bowls! My kids are huge fans of smoothie bowls and I really enjoy, them, too especially when they can replace a meal like this smoothie bowl can.

I love the taste of mango, pineapple and banana, and the combination of those three fruits in this smoothie bowl recipe are outstanding.

I feel great knowing I’m giving my body good nutrition while enjoying a delicious breakfast or lunch at the same time!

Ingredients in Our Tropical Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Banana

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Banana is a wonderful addition to just about any smoothie because it’s naturally sweet and is a great source of dietary potassium, vitamin C, dietary fiber and vitamin B6.

I like to use frozen banana for most smoothie recipes, and especially for smoothie bowls because it makes the smoothie bowl thicker and creamier.


Mango

mango on a dark wood background

Mango is another delicious fruit that is perfect for smoothies, and it’s actually our favorite flavor. It’s a great source of vitamins A and C, as well as fiber and antioxidants.

I also use frozen mango for a smoothie bowl because they are convenient, available year round and help make the thick texture a smoothie bowl needs. (I can’t stand runny smoothie bowls!)


Pineapple

sliced pineapple on wooden board

Pineapple is another one of my favorite fruits and it works so well in this recipe. It’s a good source of fiber, vitamins C and B1, and manganese.

And, just like the other fruits, I use frozen pineapple to make sure our smoothie bowl is thick and creamy.


Yogurt

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Yogurt is an important ingredient in this recipe because it gives the smoothie bowl protein, which helps to keep you feeling full longer.

I also like to use yogurt because it makes the smoothie bowl more filling and satisfying.

You can use any type of yogurt you like in this recipe, but we prefer Greek yogurt because it is higher in protein than regular yogurt. Nondairy yogurt is fine, too!

You can use plain Greek yogurt or flavored. I chose a mango flavored Greek yogurt for my recipe (I used Chobani).


Oat Milk

Vegan oat milk, non dairy alternative milk in a glass close up

Use this sparingly, but depending upon your blender you might need some liquid to get it blended properly. Try running your blender without any extra liquid with the yogurt on the bottom and add oat milk only as needed.

You can use any milk you like for this, but we prefer oat milk. Almond milk, soy milk, or even dairy milk work fine.


How to Make Yogurt Smoothie Bowls

Making these smoothie bowls is so simple! Just follow these few easy steps:

1. Add all of the ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth, placing the yogurt at the bottom if your blender will need a little help getting everything smooth.

2. Pour the smoothie mixture into a bowl and enjoy immediately.

3. Garnish with your favorite toppings, if desired.

See the best blenders for frozen fruit smoothies that can handle smoothie bowls here

Healthy pineapple, mango smoothie bowl with coconut, bananas, blueberries and granola. Top view table scene on a dark background.

Our Favorite Toppings for Smoothie Bowls

While smoothie bowls are delicious on their own, we love to add toppings to ours to make them even more fun and satisfying. Here are a few of our favorites:

  • Sliced banana
  • Shredded coconut
  • Chia seeds
  • Hemp seeds
  • Granola
  • Fresh berries
  • Dried fruit
  • Nut butter
  • Coconut flakes

You can see we chose to top this smoothie bowl with blueberry, sliced banana, coconut flakes, granola, mango and pineapple. You can use any fresh fruit or even frozen fruit you like, along with other healthy toppings.

You’ll need a nice thick smoothie bowl to keep your toppings from sinking to the bottom.

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How to Customize This Healthy Smoothie Bowl Recipe

Make it green: Add in a handful of spinach, kale or swiss chard. This will greatly up the nutritional value without affecting the taste much at all. We add greens to most of our smoothies and bowls.

Add more protein: If you want to add more protein to this recipe, you can do so by adding a scoop of protein powder, some nut butter such as almond butter or peanut butter or even tofu.

Make it sweeter: If you like your smoothie bowls on the sweeter side, add a little honey, agave nectar or maple syrup.

Add superfoods: You can add in some flaxseed meal, chia seeds or hemp hearts for an extra nutritional boost. We also like to add supergreens powder. You can also use acai to create a delicous acai bowl or dragon fruit for even more tropical taste.


Common Questions about Yogurt Smoothie Bowls

Is it good to put yogurt in smoothies?

Yes! Yogurt is a great addition to smoothies because it gives them protein, which helps to keep you feeling full longer. It’s a great source of calcium, too.

Can I use regular yogurt instead of Greek yogurt in this recipe?

Yes, you can. However, Greek yogurt is higher in protein than regular yogurt, so it will make the smoothie bowl more filling and satisfying. The one benefit of using regular yogurt over Greek is that since it is thinner you probably won’t need to use any liquid.

Are smoothie bowls actually healthy?

Yes! This recipe for a tropical yogurt smoothie bowl is packed full of healthy ingredients like frozen fruit, Greek yogurt and optional toppings like chia seeds, hemp hearts and nut butter. You can even add in some greens like spinach or kale for an extra nutritional boost. As long as you use healthy ingredients for your smoothie bowl, it is definitely healthy.

How do you thicken a smoothie for a smoothie bowl?

If you want your smoothie to be thicker so that it will hold toppings better, you can add in some frozen fruit, oats, Greek yogurt, nut butter or avocado. You can also use less liquid, which is my preference for turning a smoothie recipe into a smoothie bowl.

What type of yogurt is best for smoothies?

I prefer to use Greek yogurt in my smoothies because it is higher in protein than regular yogurt. However, you can use either one. If you use regular yogurt, you may not need to add any liquid since it is thinner.

Tropical Yogurt Smoothie Bowl

Enjoy a taste of the tropics with the added nutrition of yogurt with this easy smoothie bowl recipe.
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Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Course Smoothies
Cuisine Smoothies
Servings 2 servings

Equipment

Ingredients
  

  • 1 medium frozen banana
  • 1 cup frozen mango chunks
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1 cup Greek yogurt (plain or flavored)
  • oat milk (only as needed)

Instructions
 

  • Add all of the ingredients to a blender, placing the yogurt at the bottom if your blender will need a little help getting everything smooth.
  • Blend on high speed until smooth, adding oat milk if needed.
  • Pour the smoothie mixture into a bowl.
  • Top with your favorite toppings and enjoy immediately.
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Final Thoughts on Our Tropical Yogurt Smoothie Bowl Recipe

This tropical yogurt smoothie bowl is a delicious and easy recipe that is perfect for breakfast or a snack. It’s packed full of healthy ingredients like frozen fruit, Greek yogurt and optional toppings like chia seeds, hemp hearts and nut butter. You can even add in some greens like spinach or kale for an extra nutritional boost. Try it today!

Happy Blending!
Amanda

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