Healthy Strawberry Smoothie Bowl Recipe – No Banana

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Last updated on November 18th, 2020 at 09:02 am

This strawberry smoothie bowl without banana tastes like cheesecake, has no sugar and is healthy, vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free and paleo. All you need is 5 simple ingredients and a hand blender or a high-speed blender.

Strawberry Smoothie Bowl Without Banana

Since I made this healthy strawberry smoothie bowl 2 weeks ago, I just can’t stop thinking of it and making all kinds of versions of it.

It’s kinda like soft-serve ice cream, but more refreshing. And not the banana type where you freeze bananas, put them in a blender and pretend they don’t smell like bananas (<- 1. why would you make a recipe with banana if you don’t want it to smell like a banana? 2. it’s a lie 3. I did that last year and almost threw up).

Smoothie Bowl Ingredients

There are 3 main ingredients in this smoothie bowl:

  • frozen strawberries (raspberries might work as well)
  • raw cashews
  • an orange.

Additionally I suggest you top with some flaxseeds and a walnut to make the smoothie bowl pretty, oh so pretty, and more anti-inflammatory, oh so anti-inflammatory.

Health and Beauty Benefits

According to this source, this recipe is a very good source of collagen-boosting vitamin C and has a good amount of iron, magnesium and zinc (not bad for a dessert, huh?).

It’s also a great dessert recipe if you’re trying to eat healthier and to lose some weight in a healthy, sustainable way.

Strawberries are a great source of antioxidants (1) and contain a good mixture of polyphenols that are shown to prevent a number of diseases like Alzheimer’s and cancer and to improve cardiovascular health (2). They also have anti-inflammatory properties (3).

Cashews can decrease total and LDL (the bad one) cholesterol. (4)

And orange? Well this delicious fruit (one of my personal favorites) is rich in vitamin C and contains a great mixture of phytochemicals – among others carotenoids. Carotenoids are powerful antioxidants and in terms of beauty are important to keep your skin healthy as they can protect against UV damage (5) and can in fact improve the color of your skin (6) (<- if you’re as pale as me after winter, you know how awesome this fact is).

Now let’s get to the recipe.

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