Indulge your senses with our favorite outrageously delicious, surprisingly nutritious bowls of goodness!

They’ve taken the culinary world by storm. Whether for breakfast, lunch, or snacking, a smoothie bowl is satisfying, scrumptious, and oh-so-colorful. And you couldn’t ask for a more efficient way to fill up and keep hunger at bay for hours. And let’s admit it, a whole meal in one bowl…that’s just a winning way to eat!

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There are so many ways to create your own smoothie bowl and customize them to suit any palate. Try combining fruits and veggies, granola and grains, nuts and seeds with yogurt, then garnish with honey, maple syrup, or even chocolate chips if your sweet tooth is really calling. A smoothie bowl is a work of edible art limited only by your imagination.

We’ve gathered smoothie bowl inspiration from some of our favorite Cabot Cheese Board Bloggers. Take a look at their favorites and then let your imagination soar.

Let’s go bowling!

The fabulous Liz of The Lemon Bowl, a blog that focuses on healthy eating, whole foods, and seasonal ingredients, is a real fan of smoothie bowls as you can see from these three recipes she created.

Her Green Smoothie Bowl gets its gorgeous color from spinach, kiwi, and parsley, but there are lots more great ingredients that give it such fantastic flavor.

Green Smoothie Bowl - The Lemon Bowl

This Chai Tea Smoothie Bowl is Liz’s nod to a popular breakfast drink and is spiced with cinnamon, ginger, and cloves. But it gets its protein packed punch from Greek yogurt and chai protein powder.

Chai Tea Smoothie Bowl- The Lemon Bowl

I might have called this one The Elvis Bowl, but Liz makes it simpler. Her Peanut Butter Banana Greek Yogurt Bowl could not be easier to make or more popular with kids…of any age! It’s a hunka, hunka bodacious breakfast!

Peanut Butter Banana Greek Yogurt Bowl-The Lemon Bowl

There’s a common thread at Rachel Cooks blog. Rachel likes to make healthy meals easy and delicious. Here are two of her smoothie bowls that are simple to make, and simply scrumptious.

The tasty flavors of the tropics – like pineapple, coconut, and mango – are what make this Tropical Smoothie Bowl taste like an umbrella drink that you eat with a spoon. Who would guess that something so decadently delicious could be so good for you? Well played, Rachel!

Tropical Smoothie Bowl-Rachel Cooks

From the tropics, Rachel heads to New England for inspiration for the next recipe. Her Blueberry Apple Crisp Smoothie Bowl gets its deep purple color from the blueberries and apples, and most people won’t even guess that it also packs in a full serving of spinach. Oats, nuts, and a drizzle of maple syrup give it that authentic New England experience.


Isabel at The Family Foodie knows that just about everyone loves the taste of peaches and cream. Her Peaches & Cream Smoothie Bowl imparts that classic taste combination in a yummy yet healthy dish. For Isabel, smoothie bowl toppings are almost as important as the main event. She loves to add berries, oats, nuts…even chocolate chips. That’s my kind of smoothie!

Peaches & Cream Smoothie Bowl - The Family Foodie

Matt at Real Food by Dad is all about timesaving when deadlines are looming. He likes the simplicity and efficiency of packing lots of wholesome, delicious ingredients into a single bowl. His Summer Fruit Smoothie Bowl is a favorite around his house and all those luscious ingredients – like berries, bananas, peaches, granola, and pomegranate arils – are the reason why.

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Start your day with a smile, and a bowl full of protein-enhanced goodness that’s healthful, wholesome, and delicious. Or make a quick lunch that satisfies while it refreshes. Even snacking is better when it comes in a colorful, yummy smoothie bowl.

Cabot Creamery's Favorite Smoothie Bowls

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Candace Karu reports on all there is to discover and love about food and farming as well as communicating Cabot’s mission to support community, volunteerism, and sustainability. Whether online, on air, or in person, her job is to amplify the passion and commitment of the 1200 farm families who own Cabot. When Candace is not representing Cabot, she lives, cooks, and works out in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.

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