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Banana Berry Breakfast Bowls Recipe

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 Banana Berry Breakfast Bowls Recipe

Are you looking to start or continue to eat healthier? What better way to start than with the most important meal of the day – breakfast! These Banana Berry Breakfast bowls are packed full of goodness, topped with more goodness like chia seeds (or your seeds of choice) and best of all they taste delicious! So let’s get you off to a healthy but yummy start and try out these Banana Berry Breakfast bowls!banana berry breakfast bowls

Now I like to personally top the breakfast bowls with bananas as well but you do get enough banana flavor having it blended in the mix. In fact using frozen bananas is my favorite way to do this recipe as I like the consistency and I like it to be colder.

chia seeds

I’ve done this entire recipe with all frozen fruits and it works out well. If you don’t like the berries then change it up to what you do like, it’s entirely up to you. If for some reason you don’t like bananas you can try putting in some plain or vanilla Greek yogurt to help get that thicker consistency. I’ve also done it with coconut flakes just because I love coconut and I think it tastes great!

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These Banana Berry Breakfast bowls are packed full of yummy goodness with fresh fruits, chia seeds and more for a healthy start to the day.

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Now let’s get to this easy peasy banana berry breakfast bowls recipe shall we?

Yield: 1-2

Banana Berry Breakfast Bowls Recipe

Banana Berry Breakfast Bowls Recipe

These Banana Berry Breakfast bowls are packed full of yummy goodness with fresh fruits, chia seeds and more for a healthy start to the day.

Prep Time 3 minutes
Total Time 3 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 Banana (frozen is fine too)
  • 1 packet of frozen Acai pulp
  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 1/3 cup of quick oats
  • 1/2 cup milk (less or more depending on the consistency you'd like)

Instructions

  1. Blend all the above ingredients in a blender until smooth. Pour in a bowl(s) and top it off with the berries, sliced banana and all the seeds you like.

Notes

Feel free to substitute with your favorite fruits.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

1

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 366Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 10mgSodium: 124mgCarbohydrates: 63gFiber: 11gSugar: 30gProtein: 10g

Please note that we can not guarantee the accuracy of the nutritional information. They are a best guess calculation.

I always have flaxseed and chia seeds in my pantry so those banana berry breakfast bowls get topped with that the majority of the time but you can put what you want on top. The chia seeds just give it that extra punch of nutrition and I like the Garden of Life of Chia Seeds or they mix of Flaxseed and Chia seeds which you can get on Amazon HERE.

As you can see in the picture we used ramekins because our bowls were too big for my daughter but I can eat a big bowl of this no problem and I don’t have to feel guilty about it! There’s nothing bad in these banana berry breakfast bowls, in fact I’ve had them as a snack too, they’re good any time of the day!

If you try this recipe out let us know how you like it!

By on January 3rd, 2016

About Powered by Mom

I’m Michelle aka Powered by Mom. I’m married with one daughter, my hubby was my high school sweetheart, our two dogs Nyx and Cleo and our cat Oliver. As you can see we’re a family of animal lovers. We love to travel when we can, try different food and activities all over the world and enjoy being together. My passions are writing, travelling, creating new recipes, encouraging people to adopt not shop and just to enjoy life while we can.

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196 thoughts on “Banana Berry Breakfast Bowls Recipe”

  1. This looks really good. I struggle with my weight and I am always looking for healthy breakfast options to help me win the battle and remain healthy. Thanks a lot for the recipe!!! 🙂

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  2. I’m always looking for new things to have for breakfast that are healthy and this would be something I would love to try.I have never tried flaxseed or chia seed on anything

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  3. This looks like something my kids would like. Unfortunately I hate bananas so it’s not for me but it looks like a fun and pretty easy breakfast. I love that you can use frozen fruit in the winter too.

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  4. I like the texture of chia seeds in things like this…reminds me a bit of tapioca. Another of my favorite “seeds” are the hemp hearts. They have a nice, subtle nutty flavor.

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  5. I love all of the ingredients and would not have thought of putting the together. It looks delicious and would be a great breakfast for my new healthier lifestyle.

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  6. I’m always looking for tasty and healthy food for breakfast. My daughter and I both just love strawberry and banana together. We’ll definitely have to try making this. We’ve been slowly adding more healthy grains and seeds to our diet, so this would help with that, too.

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  7. I’ve recently bought chia seeds because I want to try them and this looks like a great recipe to start with. I see these bowls all over Pinterest and they always look so good! Seems like the perfect way to start the day 🙂

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  8. Never heard acai pulp and we do not have a whole foods. This looks good. I will have to look for the pulp in one of our natural food stores.

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  9. This breakfast bowl recipe has ingredients I like and it looks really appetizing. I’m going to try it if I can find acai pulp.

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  10. This sounds great. I think I would take the advice about using yogurt instead of the bananas. The coconut flakes also sounds really good. I also like that this contains oats because I like them but can’t stand hot cooked oatmeal. Thanks for the idea!

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  11. I really like the idea of adding seeds to a fruity breakfast. I love seeds but honestly never ever did it occur to me to add them to something like this!

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  12. This looks really good, it has everything I like and chia seeds yummy! Never tried frozen Acai pulp so that sounds interesting.

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  13. We eat muesli all the time in this home. Have you tried “Good for you” Cereal from Ikea?? It is delicious. I will give your recipe a try because it looks very healthy.

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  14. I love all of the ingredients in this recipe. I love fruit, oats and seeds. I think I’d throw a few cacao nibs and make it a little chocolate-tasting. Oh my, yum!

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  15. We eat a lot of chia seeds, and have a smoothie most mornings. I really like the idea of the Acai pulp. We don’t have a Whole Foods near me, but I will see if my local grocer will order for me. It would add some wonderful flavor, and antioxidants that would make me happy.

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  16. This sounds very healthy and chewy which I like. I love oatmeal. I will have to check out the pulp which I have never heard of . I have chia seeds and what a great way to use them!!

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  17. I love that this recipe has whole grains, fruit and fiber! I like that it seems easy to substitute similar ingredients that you have on hand, too!

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  18. We love Whole foods and this recipe looks really good I have not made anything like it before but will have to try it. I think the family would enjoy it they love berries too.

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  19. I think I would really enjoy this for breakfast, definitely gonna try it! Looks healthy and delicious, I’m gonna add some coconut flakes too!!

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  20. I like that the recipe includes frozen acai pulp. I wouldn’t typically know what to do with a product like that but this is looking yummy.

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  21. This sounds really good. I wish there was a Whole Foods closer than 50 miles from me. If you add banana to any breakfast item, I will love it.

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  22. oh my goodness, this looks delicious! I love fruit based breakfasts, very good for you in the morning. I always add chia seeds and flax to my foods for extra omegas 🙂 going to try acai pulp!

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  23. I love how delicious & eye catching this recipe looks! It makes you want to eat it & how fast this comes together! This recipe would make a perfect swap for some of the more unhealthy breakfast. Thanks so much!

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  24. Flaxseeds are great. I avoid dairy milk and use almond or cashew milk only in coffee. What about pureeing beans with a banana? Good fiber to start the day.

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  25. This actually looks good and I might could pull it off. I like that the bananas can be frozen because it is hard for me to keep fresh ones used before they go bad.

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  26. I make a similar version but I have not used seeds. That would be a great addition to my breakfast. Thanks for the idea!

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  27. Yum!! This looks delicious! I like to freeze bananas too! lol! We try to use chia seeds in smoothies… I think my kids would eat this even though they can “see the seeds.” lol!

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  28. I am diabetic so I need great recipes that are filling and not full of useless calories. This would be top on my list to try.

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  29. I love adding oats to my strawberry and banana smoothies, It’s a good way to thicken it. I also use chia seeds 🙂 I often add blueberries to my oats/oatmeals so I need to try blueberries/oats blended!

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  30. This looks so good! It almost looks like chocolate pudding or yogurt! I never thought about blending in oats with our smoothies! May have to try that next week!

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  31. God I have to try this, it looks delicious and healthy too. writing it down right now to buy ingredients and make then next week

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  32. This looks yummy. I’ll bet my kids would like it, too. I’ll have to look around for the Acai pulp. There’s no Whole Foods near here.

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  33. It looks really good! I would have to make some substitutions for my husband (he can’t eat any seeds. But I think everyone may really enjoy it!

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  34. I actually did pin this recipe a little bit ago yesterday. It looks really healthy and a good breakfast or mid snack to eat. I love trying new things and will be trying this very soon! Plus I love the combination with anything that has to do with bananas

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  35. Thanks for the Yummy recipe on Powered by Mom’s Banana Berry Breakfast Bowls Recipe! I’m generally not a big breakfast person, I usually have a cup or 2 of coffee and that’s it. I love fruits! The berries on your Breakfast Bowl look delicious! I’m also not big into seeds either. I’d probably just go with fruits! It sounds really good! I have to get a few ingredients before I can make this recipe! I saved it so that once I get what I need, I’m going to give it a try! Thanks again for sharing your Yummy Recipe on Powered by Mom’s Banana Berry Breakfast Bowls Recipe with all of us! I honestly do appreciate it! Thanks again! Michele 🙂

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  36. I make something like this for breakfast every morning.Have been for at least 10 years.Find it helps move the bad stuff out of the body.One suggestion though to this recipe;add olive oil.At least 1 tablespoon!

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  37. It looks good and healthy, but I find I need some protein in the morning. This is more like something I would eat in the evening.

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  38. This breakfast bowl certainly looks and sounds delicious. However, I would like a suggested alternative for the Acaii because the closest Whole Foods is about 2.5 hours away.

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  39. This looks like a treat not a healthy breakfast!!! I could so get used to healthy eating like this in the new year!! Love the added fresh berries 🙂

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  40. Oh wow, these breakfast bowls sound AMAZING, and so healthy too! I’m in love, I will definitely be making this soon. Thanks! 🙂

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  41. Sounds delicious! Would it be Ok to use Almond milk? I thought you had to grind the flax seeds…so I can use them whole? What it the chocolate looking round thing that has seeds on it. Is that the Frozen Acai? We do not have a Traders Joe’s I will look at Whole Food.

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  42. I love that your recipe uses one of my fave foods, quick oats. Last week I stocked up on an oats special and bought almost 15 pounds of it! Love the super foods in the recipe too–lots of fiber-rich foods.

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  43. I have never tried acai or chia. This sounds pretty easy to make. I would leave out the oats and seeds. I’d try it with the berries and plain yogurt.

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  44. This sounds like another great recipe for my eating healthier kick. I will try this soon. Thank you so much for sharing

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  45. Ive never used Acai pulp before. Ill have to look for it in my local health food store and try this recipe out. With my 2016 New Years Resolution being to eat healthier, I really want to try new recipes. This one is top of my list. It looks really good and not something I would have to force myself to eat.

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