Rainbow fruit smoothie bowl is high in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals all thanks to the fresh delicious fruit! The colorful rainbow on top makes this a fun snack for kids and adults alike. Make a bowl and share it with your kids – they’ll love it! It’s an easy healthy after-school snack.
Rainbow Fruit Smoothie Bowl
Isn’t this rainbow smoothie bowl adorable!? I just love when food is colorful and FUN. It’s one of the easiest ways to get kids excited about what they’re eating.
My daughter and I had so much fun making these bowls. She wanted to make her own so I poured a separate bowl and gave her toppings. She played for over an hour and enjoyed it as a snack after.
What I LOVE about smoothie bowls is that they feel like you’re eating cereal, but without the processed ingredients and refined sugar. You can load your smoothie bowl up with healthy toppings like nuts and seeds, homemade granola, berries, and shredded coconut. Then you grab a spoon and eat like you would with normal cereal.
In this case today, we’re just using fruit to create a beautiful rainbow of color. This recipe makes 1 large bowl serving. Personally, I think it’s too much for one person so I recommend sharing it with the kids or pouring it into several smaller bowls for kids serving sizes.
Ingredients You’ll Need
- Frozen Raspberries – frozen raspberries are the base of the smoothie. You’ll need frozen and not fresh to create the right smoothie consistency. You can also use frozen blueberries, strawberries or blackberries in replacement.
- Banana – You can use fresh or frozen banana. But frozen banana will definitely taste better.
- Plain Yogurt – Greek yogurt, regular yogurt, dairy-free yogurt will all work in this smoothie. Choose the “plain” option that has no added sugar or fruit. I used plain greek yogurt.
- Milk or Water – You can use milk, water or dairy-free milk.
- Fruit Toppings – To make the rainbow on top of the smoothie bowl, you’ll need raspberries, mandarin orange slices, sliced kiwi, and blueberries.
How To Make A Rainbow Fruit Smoothie Bowl
This smoothie bowl is made with two parts – the smoothie bowl and the toppings. You can make this fun recipe in less than 10 minutes. Here’s how to make it:
- Smoothie Bowl Base – Add frozen raspberries, banana, greek yogurt and milk (or water) to a blender. Blend until it turns into a pink creamy smoothie, then pour into a bowl.
- Rainbow Fruit Topping – Wash the fruit. Chop the kiwi into small pieces. Peel the mandarin orange. Then arrange fruit into a rainbow shape on top of the bowl. I started with mandarin oranges on the outside, followed by raspberries, kiwi and fresh blueberries.
How Do You Eat A Smoothie Bowl?
You can eat a smoothie bowl with a spoon. Just scoop it up the same way you would eating cereal or ice cream.
More Healthy Recipes To Try
I love making healthier treat recipes that the whole family can enjoy. Here are some other favorites for you to try:
- Rainbow Real Fruit Popsicles – Made with strawberries, pineapple, kiwis, and blueberries. They’re easy to make and the perfect summer treat!
- Homemade Fudgesicles – Made with just four ingredients, these fudgesicles are dairy-free and have no refined sugar.
- Healthy Banana Splits – So easy to make and totally delicious. You can create a breakfast bar of different toppings in separate bowls for every family member to assemble their own.
- Banana Nice Cream – This recipe includes seven incredible flavors: classic banana, chocolate, mango, raspberry, mint chocolate chip, peanut butter, and matcha.
- Tropical Green Smoothie Bowl – Full of antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals and will give you lots of energy for an incredible day.
Rainbow Fruit Smoothie Bowl
- ½ cup frozen raspberries
- 1 mandarin orange
- 1 kiwi - sliced into small pieces
- ¼ cup blueberries
- Prep the fruit toppings: peel the mandarin orange, wash and slice the kiwi into small pieces, rinse the blueberries.
- Add 1 cup frozen raspberries along with banana, greek yogurt and milk to the blender. Blend until smooth and creamy.
- Pour the smoothie into a bowl.
- Top with fruit to assemble a rainbow. Start with orange slices on the outer edge of the bowl, then add frozen raspberries, kiwi slices and blueberries. Serve with a spoon and enjoy!
- This recipe makes one large smoothie bowl or two small bowls (great for kids).
Please note these nutritional values provided above are just an estimate. Actual numbers will vary based on brands and ingredients you choose, and your preferred portion sizes.