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Tropical Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl

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Tropical Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl is as delicious as it is vibrant. Customize with your favorite fruit and toppings and enjoy this smoothie bowl for a filling snack or nutritious meal.

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How to: Make Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl

If you blink, you may miss it. These dragon fruit smoothie bowls are classic dump recipes – throw it all in and that’s IT!

Blenders work great but I’ve found that food processors work even better to handle chopping all these frozen fruits into a perfectly drinkable mix.

Add the dragon fruit, mango, kiwi, blueberries, and milk to the food processor and mix until well blended. 

Pour into your bowl and enjoy plain or spruce it up with endless toppings! Fresh fruit, sliced nuts, and coconut are some of my favorite ways to finish off this bowl. For added protein, spread a few tablespoons of your favorite nut butter

There are a few swaps you can do to make this smoothie bowl your own.

  • Use other fruit you have available to complement the dragon fruit
  • If using fresh fruit, add a cup of ice
  • To get that iconic pink dragon fruit color, use frozen fruit and not fresh
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Tropical Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl

Tropical Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowls are as delicious as they are vibrant. Customize with your favorite fruit and toppings!
5 from 9 votes
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Course: Main Course
Cuisine: American
Keyword: dinner, healthy, snacks

Ingredients

  • 2 cups dragon fruit (pitaya) frozen
  • 1 mango frozen
  • 1 kiwi frozen
  • ½ cup blueberries
  • ½ cup milk of your choice
  • Various toppings – shredded coconut, almond slivers, nut butters, etc.

Instructions

  • Add all ingredients to the blender or food processor and blend until smooth. For a thinner consistency, add more milk. For a thicker consistency, add more ice.
  • Scoop into bowls and finish with toppings of your choice or enjoy plain.
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22 thoughts on “Tropical Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl”

  1. This looks like summer in a bowl. Love all the ingredients. I would add a protein powder to make it the ultimate refreshing and nutritious go-to breakfast or afternoon snack. Thank you for sharing 🙂

  2. A smoothie where I’m not allergic to even one ingredient?! Yes, please! I am a huge fan of smoothie bowls and used to buy them all the time, but I haven’t attempted to make them at home yet. Thanks for the inspiration for this one. It sounds divine!

  3. This looks so good, plus it’s healthy. Bonus! I’ve never heard of a smoothie bowl before but mango is my favourite fruit so I really want to try this. Also, I’m heading over to see your strawberry nacho dessert right now!!

  4. This looks so good! Dragon fruit is my favorite fruit of all time. I wish it were easier to find. I will totally make this once I find some though!

  5. This is amazing, I love dragon fruit smoothies for my breakfasts all the time! I am a big fan of blueberries, mango, and kiwi as well – so this combination for a smoothie bowl sounds heavenly! Can’t wait to try this – thanks for sharing this recipe.

  6. This smoothie bowl looks delicious. I’ve never had dragon fruit but it’s something I have wanted to try for a while now. I will have to see if I can get my hands on some so that I can give this a try. I bet it tastes like summer in a bowl.

  7. 5 stars
    This looks and sounds like a really interesting combination. Thank you for sharing how to make this recipe!

    Lauren – bournemouthgirl

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