Smoothie Bowls are a fun way to get some fresh produce into your mornings! Start off with the same base and customise your bowls into one of my 3 recipes! Top them will all sorts of great ingredients and enjoy your colourful smoothie bowl in the morning!

Berry Smoothie Bowls

10 Mouthwatering Smoothie Bowls - 10 Easy smoothie bowl recipes that will have you drooling. Not only are they beautiful and delicious but also packed with healthy ingredients.

13k Likes, 142 Comments - Smoothie Bowls (@supersmoothiebowl) on Instagram: “Just when you think Samira of @alphafoodie has shared all her best smoothie bowls, she then creates…”

it's a smoothie - but looks like it could be the top of a beautiful cake, with sugar dusted fruit

The types of bowls that could be used within the images of people making the recipes. The colours also representing Spring as well as the female target audience.

flour power bowls, mason cash, just bought the pink mixing bowl & pudding bowl, sweet

This set would look great on any table. By Arrow + Sage.

CERAMICIST ANNA EAVES “There’s nothing like opening a kiln,” says Anna Eaves, a ceramicist from North Carolina in the USA.

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fit-magic: “ eat-to-thrive: “ Dragon fruit “bowls” filled with dragonfruit, strawberries, & pomegranate! ” Always wanted to try dragon fruit, but could never find them anywhere!

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Amazing deep teal wall color in this bathroom. Love the brass bowl sink with fixtures coming from the wall

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Pretty pink for a breakfast / Marta Greber

berry & beetroot smoothie bowl made with strawberries, banana, beetroot, mama & cashew nuts. Breakfast never looked better.

As an only child, Dutch ceramicist Lenneke Wispelwey longed for a larger family. So she created one via her extended body of work. Drawing on her childhood

Soft Touch: Pastel Pottery by Lenneke Wispelwey