Blue Smoothie Bowls

Blue Smoothie Bowls

Who hasn’t been dreaming about naturally coloured blue foods? A dream has come true – at least for me. The colour (and taste) of this creamy, cold smoothie served in coconut bowls makes me feel an imaginary sea breeze on my skin. THE PERFECT summer snack / breakfast!

These smoothie bowls were the result of a collaboration I did with Sara today. My friend Sara always thought smoothie bowls were complicated and time-consuming so this was my chance to prove her wrong! All you have to do is literally just throw all ingredients into a high-speed blender and pulse until smooth, fill the cold smoothie into a bowl and top with whatever you have available at home.

If you use only half of the soy yogurt and leave out the cashew milk, you will get ‘nicecream’ – A texture just like Italian ice cream. Try it!

To get the beautiful pastel blue colour, you need to use BLUE spirulina, not regular blue-green spirulina which colours food green. Pastel green also looks nice but in my opinion, blue is more extraordinary. 🙂

One more tip: Get a high-quality high-speed blender to be able to handle frozen bananas straight out of the freezer. It will be the best kitchen purchase you’ve ever made. This is the one I am using and I love it! It’s my baby. <3

You can watch the full video tutorial here in English and here in German.

Enjoy remaking this smoothie! 🙂


Adjust Servings:
6 frozen banana(s) 600g
250g soy yogurt 2 cups
a dash of cashew milk I use homemade
0.5 tsp blue spirulina
  • Serves 2
  • Medium



Add all ingredients to a high-speed blender and pulse until smooth. Work with a tamper if necessary.


Transfer to the bowls and add toppings of your choice.


  1. ouagueni
    November 6, 2017 / 2:36 pm

    Hi girls ! Awesome recipy thanks ! Just wanted to know where did you buy your blue spirulina 🙂 ?
    Have a great day ^^

  2. Justine
    December 10, 2017 / 8:00 pm

    How do you get the berries to look that shaded color?

    • December 10, 2017 / 8:54 pm

      Hey Justine, I freeze them and then place them on my smoothie bowls with a tweezer. x

  3. Justine
    December 11, 2017 / 1:24 am

    Wow mine never look like that. Is there a trick?

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