This healthy Berry Smoothie Bowl is made with low carb berries, chia seeds, and coconut milk. Perfect for busy mornings.
I love to start my day with a smoothie. In fact, my day does not feel the same if I don’t. Normally, my smoothie consists of spinach, chia seeds, a frozen banana, berries, and chocolate Vega All-in-One.
Sometimes I switch things up my adding different fruit, hemp seeds, coconut yogurt, black strap molasses, or peanut butter. This vegan smoothie is one of those variations.
This Berry Smoothie Bowl is perfect for a vegan keto diet. It is a hearty breakfast with coconut milk, chia seeds, and berries.
How to Make a Berry Smoothie Bowl
Mix coconut milk, frozen raspberries, strawberries, chia seeds, coconut milk, and stevia if using, in a high speed blender or Nutribullet. Top with berries, chia seeds, and coconut chips.
A vegan keto diet can be challenging, especially when you are first starting and you’re trying to keep your net carbs below a certain point.
Here are a few resources to help:
All of my recipes are also on the Prepear App. It is a FREE app that helps you store all your recipes in one place. You can create meal plans or choose from meal plans that are already done for you.
Here are the Vegan Keto Plans I’ve Created So Far:
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Berry Smoothie Bowl Recipe
This vegan smoothie bowl is a great way to start your day.
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Berry Smoothie Bowl
- Mix all ingredients, reserving a strawberry and a few raspberries to top the bowl*. Pour into a bowl.
- Top with a sliced strawberry, a few raspberries, a sprinkling of chia seeds, and coconut chips if desired.
*Note: Nutrition information should be considered an estimate only. Different nutrition calculators give you different results.