37 healthy breakfast bowls that you’ll want to make right now!
No matter your taste, making healthy breakfast bowls has never been easier. I think breakfast bowls, or brekkie bowls as I like to call them, are wonderful, because they can be whatever you want them to be: easy, simple, complex, indulgent, sweet, savoury, etc. The possibilities are endless, really.
My one simple rule is that breakfast must be healthy, easy to make, and delicious. I’ve put together a collection of recipes in this post that are guaranteed to make you drool. You’ll find it hard to believe that some of them are good for you too, but they are, they all are!
By now you know that I have high standards when it comes to healthy ingredients. At the same time, I like no fuss recipes that are easy to make. Faffing around in the kitchen for too long takes all the fun out of it.
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Let’s start with some of my healthy breakfast bowl recipes
This is how I put together a basic yoghurt, muesli and fruit brekkie bowl. Simply change up your toppings for different flavours. Make these straight in your bowl, no blender required.
Blend up some mango and berries to make this delicious Summer smoothie bowl.
You don’t need a blender to make this one either. Just add the ingredients straight to the bowl.
Top this acai bowl with pomegranate seeds, dried mango pieces, some coconut flakes and your favourite nuts & seeds.
This is my basic coconut milk porridge. You can stir in boosters such as protein powder, cacao powder, chia seeds, and flaxseed. Then add your favourite fruit, nuts & seeds.
A chocolate flavoured porridge, with a frozen banana and almond butter topping combine to give fabulous flavour to this bowl.
I love this porridge because it’s so deliciously sweet just from the fruit.
Banana and nut butter is one of my favourite flavour combos. Give this recipe a try if you like it too.
You won’t believe this creamy chocolate smoothie bowl is good for you, but it is!
This mango chia pudding is a delicious creamy Summer chia pudding bowl.
Beautiful smoothie bowls that are good for you too
How pretty is this chia peach green smoothie bowl by Shahzadi from Desi-licious RD?
This bowl by Natalie’s Health is vegan, gluten free, and packed with vitamin C and plenty of other nutrients.
Spinach, banana and mango are three of my favourite smoothie bowl ingredients. I’m trying this one from A Simple Palate.
This gorgeous bowl from Neha at Greedy Eats just looks so pretty and so inviting! I have to admit that I still haven’t tried Dragon Fruit yet, but this recipe will be making it happen sometime soon.
Acai, blueberries, banana & almond butter make up this delish smoothie bowl by Choosing Chia.
The pretty colour of this mermaid smoothie bowl from Simply Sassy Scrumptious comes from spirulina. Just top it with some fresh fruit, for a quick, healthy breakfast.
Peaches with coconut yoghurt and vanilla sounds like a delicious Summer smoothie bowl to me. You’ll find this recipe at Tasting Page.
You had me at nice cream for breakfast! Made with papaya and watermelon, thank you, Moon and Spoon and Yum for this fab recipe.
Chocolate and peanut butter are a classic flavour combination, and definitely one of my favourites. Put together in this smoothie bowl by Hungry, Healthy, Happy.
Now let’s have some savoury breakfast bowls!
I love trying brekkie recipes that use ingredients that are a little bit different. The Bites of Wellness sweet potato bowl sounds good to me!
This bowl by Tina from The Worktop is simply cottage cheese with toppings. Quick, healthy and delicious.
I’ve never tried polenta for breakfast, so I’m looking forward to trying this bowl with poached eggs & garlicky mushrooms from The Peasant’s Daughter.
Mince beef and sweet potatoes are the heroes of this breakfast bowl from Bites of Wellness, with not an egg in sight!
Tofu, baked hash browns and quinoa are the main ingredients in this vegan breakfast bowl by Choosing Chia.
Seafood for breakfast, anyone? This is a savoury brekkie bowl with a difference. A bit of weekend indulgence from Orchids and Sweet Tea.
This savoury breakfast bowl by The Cook Report is made with butternut squash/pumpkin, eggs, quinoa and hummus – yum!
A salmon breakfast bake made with ghee and kefir. This recipe from Simply Fresh Dinners is an immune boosting weekend breakfast. The added bonus is that Robyn says it’s easy to make too.
This egg and grain filled breakfast bowl from Zestful Kitchen, packs a flavour punch and will keep you satisfied for hours.
Breakfast cooked in my pressure cooker makes me happy. I’m definitely trying this brekkie bowl by Green Scheme.
A breakfast bowl of scrambled eggs and oven baked potatoes sounds pretty good to me. And Erin from Meaningful Eats says you can make it ahead too!
An egg and guacamole breakfast bowl ready in 10 minutes? Yes please, Kitchen Sanctuary!
Kylie, the Midwest Foodie, has created a colourful and healthy Mexican breakfast with this recipe.
And let’s finish off with a bit more sweetness in these delish breakfast bowls
If you’re looking for a breakfast bowl alternative to oats, try this gluten free, vegan recipe by Vegan Huggs.
Quinoa, apple and walnuts come together in this quick and easy breakfast bowl from Maria Ushakova.
I love this idea of using roasted blueberries in this quinoa breakfast bowl from Homemade and Yummy.
Steel cut oats will only take half the time when you cook them in your pressure cooker, thanks to this recipe from The Kitchen Girl.
A Taste of Madness brings an interesting flavour combination together in this oatmeal bowl.
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