This pineapple smoothie bowl brings the taste of the tropics right into your home! You can easily make this smoothie bowl for a healthy breakfast or snack, and it’s ready in just a few minutes.
If you are looking to get a little more fruit into your diet, or just aren’t ready to let go of the last remaining bits of summer yet, then you’ve got to try this delicious mango pineapple smoothie bowl.
You can make this as thick or as thin and as creamy as you’d like, and top them with as many toppings as you’d like for the perfect healthy recipe whenever you need it.
While they're great for breakfast, smoothie bowls are a great option when you want a healthy afternoon snack. It's the perfect way to get lots of great nutrition and satisfy your sweet tooth, too.
There are only three main ingredients needed to make your own creamy smoothie bowl:
- Vanilla Yogurt
- Fresh Pineapple
- Fresh Mango
Smoothie Bowl Toppings
- Fresh Pineapple and Mango
- Fresh Blueberries
- Shredded Coconut
- Store-bought or Homemade Granola
This is meant to be a brief overview of the pineapple mango smoothie bowl recipe. For step-by-step instructions and a full printable recipe card with ingredients, please scroll down to the teal box below or Jump to Recipe.
- Blend the fresh fruit and yogurt in until smooth and creamy.
- Pour into shallow bowls.
- Top with additional pineapple and mango, along with sliced banana, blueberries, granola and coconut flakes.
- Serve immediately.
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I do not recommend making smoothie bowls ahead of time. They really are best when they are first made. However, if you have leftovers, make sure everything is blended and then pour the mixture into an ice cube tray. You can use the frozen smoothie to make new smoothies or smoothie bowls another day!
Start with the yogurt on the bottom of the blender.
Always begin blending with short pulses first.
If the mixture is too thick, use just a splash of liquid-like almond or soy milk. You can also just pineapple or orange juice.
💭 Frequently Asked Questions
The consistency of a smoothie bowl tends to be thicker than a regular smoothie. Smoothie bowls are also usually topped with other fruits, nuts, seeds, etc.
Smoothie bowls are packed full of vitamins and minerals. However, just like a salad, be careful what you top them with. Adding a lot of sweeteners or high-calorie toppings can make it a less healthy breakfast or snack.
While pineapple can curdle milk, you do not need to worry about combining them in a smoothie or smoothie bowl.
Tropical fruits like banana, mango, cinnamon, and oranges all go well with Pineapple.
Use frozen fruit to help thicken your smoothie bowl.
For a thinner consistency, you can use regular whole milk or your favorite milk substitute (coconut milk, almond milk, etc) or use coconut water, pineapple juice or even just water to thin the smoothie bowl if needed.
It's so easy to change up your pineapple smoothie bowl. Just swap out ingredients keeping the ratios the same. For example, omit the 1 cup of mango in the smoothie and replace it with 1 cup of spinach, strawberries, or blueberries.
Frozen pineapple works if you don't have fresh on hand. If you use frozen fruit you'll have a thick smoothie bowl that reminds me of soft-serve ice cream consistency. It's a great alternative to ice cream if you're on a weight loss diet.
You can also add a scoop of protein powder to the blender or food processor if you like.
The toppings are easy to change up also. Here are some ideas:
- Instead of granola, try crispy rice cereal or corn flakes.
- Swap out blueberries for fresh raspberries or blackberries.
- Use cocoa nibs or shaved dark chocolate rather than coconut flakes.
- Add white chia seeds, or sunflower, hemp, pumpkin or flax seeds.
- Add walnuts, pecans, almonds, peanuts, or macadamia nuts for a little crunch.
- Omit the banana slices and instead add your favorite fruits.
Get more smoothie bowl inspiration here.
🍴 Serving Suggestions
With all your favorite toppings, smoothie bowls are very filling so I don't usually serve them with anything else.
However, if you're making mini smoothie bowls as part of a breakfast buffet, you'll enjoy our puff pastry bacon twists and sausage cheese and egg muffins.
😋 Similar Recipes
We really like making smoothie bowls at my house. They're quick and easy and have so much nutrition! Here are some more smoothie bowl ideas:
- Tropical Smoothie Bowl - transport yourself to the islands every morning with this delicious breakfast.
- Banana Blueberry Almond Smoothie Bowl - this smoothie bowl is a hit with the kids, and full of good-for-you ingredients.
- Easy Green Smoothie Bowl - easy and delicious - and packed with nutrients.
You'll also love our blueberry pineapple smoothie, pina colada smoothie, and cranberry pineapple smoothie recipes.
And, if you love pineapple, try this deliciously tangy Pineapple Cranberry Smoothie Recipe - it's totally amazing! (grab pineapple chunks and whole cranberries from the frozen fruit section at the grocery store for this!)
📋 Pineapple Smoothie Bowls
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Pineapple Smoothie Bowl
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- 1 cup vanilla yogurt
- 1 cup fresh mango slices
- 1 cup fresh pineapple chunks
- 1 banana, sliced
- 2 tablespoons granola
- 2 tablespoons coconut flakes
- ¼ cup blueberries
- ¼ cup fresh pineapple chunks
- ¼ cup fresh mango slices
- Blend the fruit and yogurt in until smooth and creamy.1 cup vanilla yogurt, 1 cup fresh mango slices, 1 cup fresh pineapple chunks, 1 banana, sliced
- Pour into a bowl.
- Top with additional pineapple and mango, along with sliced banana, blueberries, granola and coconut flakes.2 tablespoons granola, 2 tablespoons coconut flakes, ¼ cup blueberries, ¼ cup fresh pineapple chunks, ¼ cup fresh mango slices
- Serve immediately.
- Start with the yogurt on the bottom of the blender.
- Always begin blending with short pulses first.
- If the mixture is too thick, use just a splash of liquid like almond or soy milk. You can also just pineapple or orange juice.
For best results, be sure to check our Tips and FAQs above with important tips and questions that can help your delicious recipe come out perfectly.
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