Strawberry Smoothie Bowl

Strawberry Smoothie Bowl | This Three-ingredient smoothie bowl makes a delicious and healthy breakfast bowl, snack or dessert. With frozen strawberries and bananas, and canned coconut milk this Strawberry coconut smoothie bowl is the perfect pantry recipe that can be made any time.

A pink smoothie bowl with strawberries and granola on top.

This Strawberry Smoothie Bowl is an easy breakfast recipe for any day of the week. Made with frozen strawberries, frozen banana slices, and canned coconut milk, this smoothie bowl is extra thick and creamy.

Top your strawberry coconut smoothie bowl with my easy Skillet Granola recipe. My stovetop granola also has coconut oil, coconut sugar, and coconut chips in it which brings great accompanying flavor to this healthy breakfast bowl.

I love having smoothie bowls on days when toast seems too filling. Smoothie bowls fill me up but leave me feeling light. The addition of granola adds some protein and extra calories and nutrients whereas sometimes a smoothie bowl can fall short.

Can I use fresh fruit instead of frozen fruit?

Yes, you can use fresh strawberries, but using frozen strawberries will give the smoothie bowl a thicker and creamier texture.

How do you make a thick smoothie bowl?

The keys to a thick smoothie bowl are using a powerful blender such as the Ninja Kitchen System Blender Jug, and using frozen fruit and very little liquid.


This is a brief overview of the ingredients used in this recipe followed by substitution ideas. Read the recipe card for measurements.

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  • frozen strawberries: It’s kind of hard to measure a cup of frozen strawberries but do your best. If you add extra strawberries you might just need a touch more liquid.
  • frozen banana slices: I buy banana slices already frozen but you can slice a whole banana and freeze it for this (and any other) smoothie bowl.
  • coconut milk: I use canned whole fat coconut milk for the best flavor and texture. The jugs of coconut milk are much thinner.
  • toppings: I use my homemade 15-minute skillet granola on top of a lot of my smoothie bowls for a more filling bowl.


  • fruit: change up the fruits if you want to. Try mango, peach, pineapple, or berries.
  • toppings: Use your favorite granola or nuts.
  • milk: You can try different plant milks but remember that coconut milk is pretty thick so you may need less of a different milk. Try it out!
A pink smoothie bowl with strawberries and granola on top.


Prep Tips

This smoothie bowl takes just 5 minutes to make! Top this quick strawberry bowl with whatever toppings you like – fresh fruit, nuts, seeds, or granola.

Coconut milk and frozen fruit in a blender jug.

Add the coconut milk and frozen fruit to your blender jug.

Blended strawberries in a blender jug.

Blend for 60-90 seconds, scraping down the sides as needed.

If your blender isn’t blending smoothly, add more liquid a very little bit at a time, scraping down the sides when you need to.

How to Serve a Strawberry Smoothie Bowl

You can add whatever you want on top of a smoothie bowl. Try granola, nuts, seeds, fresh fruit, coconut, and even chocolate chips! If you’re having this for dessert, crumble a few of your favorite cookies on top!

A pink smoothie bowl with strawberries and granola on top.

Tips for Making Smoothie bowls

  • blender: Use a powerful blender to make smoothie bowls. My Ninja does a great job. The key to thick smoothie bowls is using less liquid and mostly fruit so you really need a strong blender that can blend without much added liquid.
  • liquid: don’t be tempted to add too much liquid because this will just yield a thinner smoothie instead of a thick mixture.
  • smoothie prep: freeze your own fresh fruit for smoothie bowls if you have some on hand that needs to be used up. I always freeze banana slices for smoothies and smoothie bowls. You can even store the amount needed per recipe in a container or reusable silicone bag and save measuring time on busy mornings.
  • use frozen fruit: frozen fruit helps to make super thick smoothie bowls!
  • customize: make your own favorite smoothie bowl by choosing different types of fruit or toppings or adding protein powder.

What to serve with a Strawberry Smoothie Bowl

Try my 15 minute Skillet Granola with Coconut and Seeds with this smoothie bowl.


It’s best to make smoothie bowls as needed, they will melt when kept in the fridge.

A pink smoothie bowl with strawberries and granola on top.


Can I make this smoothie bowl ahead of time?

It’s best to eat the smoothie bowl immediately after making it, as the texture changes if left in the refrigerator for too long.

What other fruits can I add to my strawberry smoothie bowl?

You can add fruits like peaches, mango, blueberries, or raspberries to your strawberry smoothie bowl for added flavor and nutrients. Frozen fruit is the best for making smoothie bowls.

Can I add protein powder to my strawberry smoothie bowl?

Yes, you can add protein powder to your smoothie bowl for an extra boost of protein. Be sure to adjust the liquid accordingly to maintain the desired consistency.

A pink smoothie bowl with strawberries and granola on top.

Strawberry Smoothie Bowl

This 3-ingredient smoothie bowl makes a delicious and healthy breakfast bowl, snack, or dessert.
Servings 2
special diet
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prep time5 minutes
cook time0 minutes
total time5 minutes



  • 2 cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 cup frozen banana slices
  • 1 cup canned coconut milk
  • water - up to 1/2 cup, to help blend

Optional Garnish Ideas


  • Add all ingredients to the blender.
  • Blend for 60-90 seconds, scraping down the sides if it's not moving.
    Add more liquid, a very little at a time (1 tablespoon), and blend again if it's not moving.
  • Pour the mixture into bowls and top with your favorite toppings.



Garnish with your favorite toppings.
Best made as needed, smoothie bowls will melt in the fridge.
Try different fruit.


Calories: 411kcal | Carbohydrates: 37g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 31g | Sodium: 21mg | Potassium: 850mg | Fiber: 8g | Sugar: 21g | Vitamin A: 69IU | Vitamin C: 100mg | Calcium: 49mg | Iron: 3mg
course Breakfast
cuisine Canadian
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