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Pink Barbie Smoothie Bowl Recipe with Berries

Dare I call this a barbie smoothie bowl… but it truly is. If barbie could have one meal for the rest of her life, this would be it.

Given the two days of summer we are now experiencing here in the UK (in the entire year), I craved a different breakfast to my usual warm porridge bowls.

But it’s got to be wholesome, and so I turned to this pink smoothie breakfast oats bowl.

It’s so quick and easy to make. Just make sure you plan in advance though because the raspberries, strawberries and banana have to be frozen. My banana was a bit unripe to freeze the day before so I just added the unfrozen banana today.

The secret ingredient for this pink smoothie bowl recipe is beetroot! I don’t really like beetroot but I have to add it to my diet as it has lots of iron along with folate and other minerals. One way to actually make beetroot edible is via these smoothie bowls especially for kids (yes, I’m a big kid). They taste so yummy.

To get the barbie pink colour, I only added a tiny winy piece of beetroot. The more beetroot you add, the pinker your bowl becomes, heading first to magenta and then red.

I also added rolled oats for fibre and garnished with goji berries, which are a powerhouse for vitamin A and are thought to slow signs of aging.

Other fruits I used for garnishing were raspberries, strawberries and cherries(my favourite fruit because they look like hearts) which have antioxidant properties that may slow down pre-mature aging.

I used yoghurt in this pink smoothie bowl and milk as well. You can make it vegan by using vegan yoghurt and plant based milk such as almond milk or oat milk. For sweetener, you can use maple syrup instead of honey.

My smoothie mix was more liquid than it should have been, probably because I added more milk than I should have. Add just a little bit of milk, check if it blends and then add more as required. Ideally, rather than pouring this smoothie into your bowl, you should be scooping it out like ice-cream into your bowl.





Makes 1 portion



1 small slice of beetroot the size of a tangerine segment

1/2 frozen banana

6 – 8 frozen raspberries

2 – 3 frozen strawberries

2 tbsp Greek yoghurt

2 – 3 tbsp milk ( or plant-based milk)

1/4 cup rolled oats

1 tsp honey or maple syrup


For Garnishing:




Goji Berries

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Add all the ingredients into a strong blender and blend.

Pour into your bowl and garnish with raspberries, strawberries, cherries and goji berries.

Enjoy your pink smoothie bowl cold.





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This beetroot pink smoothie has the perfect pink colour.

Packed with so much goodness, this pink smoothie bowl will make for a perfect, quick and easy breakfast that will keep you going all morning.

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