Enjoy swirls of pink and red on Valentine’s Day with this Vegan Sweetheart Smoothie Bowl. Romantic-looking and crazy-good, this breakfast bowl is loaded with nutrient-dense ingredients that are plant-based and cruelty-free. A dreamy, Valentine’s Day go-to smoothie bowl to share with the one you love.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner I though I’d share my Vegan Sweetheart Smoothie Bowl to give you a vegan breakfast option to serve Valentine’s Day morning. I photographed this recipe yesterday and ended up eating both bowls once the shoot was over. They were delicious. And now I want you to try them to confirm my findings!
Ok, guys, I don’t know why, but I’m a nightmare in the kitchen. Every single time I walk into it, something goes awry. I’ve written about this for the last 5 months since I started the blog; one time I even lit my oil on fire and almost burned my house down! Making this smoothie bowl was no exception. What happened? Well, I placed the berries on a platter in the fridge the night before and when I opened the fridge the next day to take them out, the entire platter slipped out onto the floor scattering berries everywhere. My little critters outside were so happy for this as it gave them food for the day (I have rabbits, squirrels, chipmunks, dove, quail and various other birds that come every day to eat breakfast and dinner. Anyway, thank heaven I had more berries or this would have been a total flop.
What’s in This Vegan Sweetheart Smoothie Bowl?
This Vegan Sweetheart Smoothie Bowl is made using Super Blast Frozen Fruit packets from Great Value. Containing only fruit and no preservatives or any other added ingredients, these frosty sweet packets are filled with only mango, dragon fruit (with red fruit inside), Acai and passion fruit. No other additives which means more healthy for you. I must say, I’ve never tried passion fruit before and was delighted it was included in the mix. If you don’t have access to this product, you can freeze about ¼ cup of each fruit and use it in the smoothie in place of the packets. You’ll need a little extra to use for your toppings, so make sure you purchase enough fruit.
To make this smoothie bowl extra flavorful, I used Organic Heavy Coconut Cream by Let’s Do Organic. The addition of this delicious, non-dairy heavy cream gives this vegan smoothie bowl it’s rich, creamy texture and adds an exotic flavor your taste buds will enjoy.
I love this product for several reasons. First, it’s organic, which is something I always look for when shopping for ingredients to use in my recipes. Second, it’s made with only 2 ingredients: organic coconut and filtered water; pure and natural equals delicious in my book. Third, it’s extremely versatile and ideal for whipped cream, curries, sauces and desserts. You can also use it as a vegan coffee creamer or as a perfect base for soups. You can purchase this product from #EdwardandSons for about $4.99.
(Disclaimer: I was not paid for this post, rather, I was given a free sample of Organic Heavy Coconut Cream in exchange for mentioning the product. I only endorse products I trust and believe in and think my readers would benefit from. Any opinions about the product are my own).
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Vegan Sweetheart Smoothie Bowl
For the Smoothie
- 2 packets frozen smoothie bowl packets should contain raspberries, Acai and/or red dragonfruit for desired pink color
- 6.25 oz heavy coconut cream I use Let’s Do Organic
- 2 medium frozen bananas peel and freeze overnight
- 2 cups unsweetened almond milk
For the Toppings
- ¼ cup fresh raspberries
- ¼ cups fresh blueberries
- 2 tablespoon coconut sprinkles I use Bob’s Red Mill
- ¼ cup fresh strawberries optional, you may not have room
- Place all smoothie ingredients except almond milk in high speed blender.Add almond milk a little at a time until smoothie reaches your desired consistency. If still too thick, add a little water. Top with fresh fruit and coconut flakes and server immediately.
- To make this Vegan Sweetheart Smoothie Bowl fat free, omit the heavy coconut cream. To reduce the fat content, simply use less.