berry Breakfast smoothie bowl

Berry Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

It’s nice to start the day with a colourful breakfast smoothie bowl, don’t you agree? I think breakfast is the always most underrated meal of the day too – we’re often in such a rush to gobble it down that we don’t truly appreciate what we’re eating.

Breakfast provides the body and brain with the energy it needs to start the day well. A good breakfast will keep you satiated until lunchtime and it promotes tons of long-term health benefits too, so to all of you breakfast skippers out there…you’re missing out BIG TIME!!

I always like to keep frozen berries in the freezer too so this recipe shouldn’t require a trip to the market. If you don’t have all the ingredients, don’t worry! Just improvise and see what you come up with!

I hope you enjoy the first of my breakfast smoothie bowls. This summer recipe is packed with antioxidant-rich berries & a whole lot of goodness! Oh, and this recipe makes two bowls – I may have overdone it with the ingredients a little. Why not save the leftovers for dessert, or better still, freeze it to make delicious healthy ice cream?

If you give this recipe a go, drop me a comment below and let me know how you get on!

Breakfast smoothie bowl

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  1. Jen
    March 28, 2015 / 4:36 pm

    Hey! love your travelling pictures, i’m going to NZ and Aus soon for a couple months and would love to get a go pro camera. There so many accessories out there i wondered which you recommend? and how to pick which camera to get? starting to think about packing too now so if you had any tips from your experience with that it would be great too! Thanks for all the delicious recipes lately too, hope your well x

    • Go Live Explore
      March 28, 2015 / 9:28 pm

      Hi lovely thanks for getting in touch, really appreciate your kind words! Wow you must be so excited. Where abouts are you going in NZ/Aus?

      I’d 100% recommend getting a Go Pro! They’re amazing, I wrote a post about GP Tips a few months ago you may find it useful-

      I’d definitely get the pole and the waterproof housing – that’s kind of a no brainer. The ‘red filter’ is awesome too – it’s something you put over the lens, it corrects the colour underwater so the ocean appears more blue. We didn’t get it but wish we had! Also the ‘floaty backdoor’ is good if you’re going to be in water a lot so it doesn’t sink (we survived without) and the head strap is great if you’re going to be doing sports/bungee jumps/rock climbing that kinda thing! SO many accessories out there though!

      As for a camera…that’s not an easy one! We have an Olympus Pen Lite, it’s amazing but it’s fragile and a lot of things have broken off. Canon and Nikons are always great choices but they’re obviously a little bigger but sturdier. I’d say choose a bigger brand…when our lens broke we couldn’t get it fixed anywhere in Asia as they don’t have Olympus there (Nikon/Canon/Fuji is everywhere) so that’s something to consider too.

      And with packing I have one bit of advice….don’t overpack! I tried not to but ended up packing FAR too much and my bag was just ridiculous. I ended up wearing the same things and some clothes I literally wore once! Hope this helps hun and let me know if you want to know anything else. Happy planning 🙂 xxx