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Smoothie bowls are a wonderful choice for a quick and healthy breakfast, but who wants a cold smoothie when it’s cold outside? These 12 Warming Smoothie Bowl Recipes are perfect for fall and winter. These delicious and nutritious recipes utilize fresh ingredients that are in season in the cooler months to help you eat healthy all year long.
Super Delicious Warming Smoothie Bowl Recipes
VANILLA LATTE SMOOTHIE BOWL
Enjoy your favorite café treat in a smoothie bowl! Vanilla protein powder adds sweet vanilla flavor and muscle building protein, and espresso gets you off and running to start your day with energy and healthy antioxidants.
From Tone It Up
CHAI SMOOTHIE BOWL
Enjoy warming chai spices in this smoothie bowl with pure vanilla extract (make your own vanilla extract with this recipe) and sweetened naturally with bananas and dates.
HOT CHOCOLATE SMOOTHIE BOWL
Hot chocolate for breakfast sounds pretty great to me! This recipe makes your favorite hot chocolate healthy and hearty enough to keep you full until lunchtime with nourishing oats, bananas, nut butter, and antioxidant-rich cocoa.
From Running with Spoons
PUMPKIN SMOOTHIE BOWL
Pumpkin is the ultimate fall food! I use canned pumpkin puree to make this recipe super simple. Add other fall ingredients like apple and walnuts and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg to make this smoothie bowl perfect for cool weather.
From The Almond Eater
CHOCOLATE DREAMS SMOOTHIE BOWL
I love super healthy recipes like this smoothie bowl that mimic sinful desserts you may be trying to limit or avoid when following a clean, whole foods diet. Cacao is a great ingredient to add antioxidant goodness and chocolate deliciousness (just like these clean desserts).
From Simply Quinoa
WARM BUTTERNUT SQUASH BANANA SMOOTHIE BOWL
Wondering what to do with this tasty winter squash? You can use cooked fresh or canned butternut squash, or substitute pumpkin or sweet potato. Add banana and pomegranate seeds for a delicious and fresh sweet + tart contrast.
From Farmstead Chic
GOLDEN TURMERIC CHAI SMOOTHIE BOWL
Turmeric is another ingredient that has been gaining in popularity due to it’s anti-inflammatory power. With fresh chai spices, this smoothie bowl reminds me of the warm, comforting hot chai tea I enjoy at my local Indian restaurant. If you’re in a smoothie rut, using the same old smoothie ingredients, this unique smoothie bowl is sure to bring you out of it!
From My Life Cookbook
MATCHA MINT CHIP BREAKFAST BOWL
Fresh mint adds a cool, fresh taste to this smoothie bowl with Matcha green tea powder. Matcha is super popular right now because it provides 137 times more antioxidants than regularly brewed green tea and is a great warm drink to enjoy in the morning without the caffeine jitters coffee can cause. This recipe uses VEGA ONE nutritional powder. I’ve tried the VEGA brand, and I’m not a fan. Orgain is my favorite brand of vegan meal replacement powder. It was developed by a medical doctor and is super healthy, delicious, and vegan, gluten, and soy free. I prefer the vanilla flavor. They also offer a chocolate flavor that is really good. I like the meal replacement powder, since it contains all sorts of greens and antioxidant foods, but they have protein powder, too.
From The First Mess
PUMPKIN PIE SMOOTHIE BOWL
This pumpkin smoothie bowl is kicked up a notch with pumpkin pie spices so instrumental to the season and sure to warm you on cold mornings.
BLUEBERRY ALMOND BREAKFAST QUINOA SMOOTHIE BOWL
Frozen blueberries allow you to enjoy this summer fruit any time of year. Quinoa is the only complete plant protein, and it will fill you up and keep you warm on cold mornings. This recipe recommends letting the quinoa cool to room temperature after cooking, but you can eat it warm if you want the extra warmth in your smoothie bowl.
From Food Faith Fitness
WINTER WARMER BERRY SMOOTHIE BOWL
This quick and easy recipe uses frozen berries, so you can enjoy fresh summer taste all year long with this warm smoothie bowl.
From Taming Twins
PUMPKIN BUCKWHEAT SMOOTHIE BOWL
Don’t let buckwheat scare you off – this recipe is super simple. Just soak the buckwheat overnight, and process it in the blender in the morning, add the rest of the ingredients, and warm the smoothie mixture for a filling, warming treat on cool mornings.
From Natural Fit Foodie
Eating healthy in the colder months can be difficult, but these 12 Warming Smoothie Recipes help you start the day off right and keep you warm on cold fall + winter mornings.
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