Mango Vanilla Breakfast Bowl | Vegan, GF

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mango vanilla breakfast bowl

Hi guys, I’ve been feeling a little bit stuck in a rut with my smoothie choices lately and I wanted to try and mix things up a little. I tend to have smoothies for breakfast far more often in summer and some variety had never hurt anyone. As I’m sure you’ve noticed most of my smoothie bowls tend to be berry based, so I’m trying to step out of my comfort zone with this mango vanilla breakfast bowl.  

This recipe contains protein powder and oats as optional ingredients as I wanted to make it as filling as possible if you were to have it for breakfast. I did use a no added sugar yoghurt in an attempt to make things healthier, then I used sweetened vanilla almond milk…The good intetherentions were . I would have used unsweetened vanilla if I could have found some, so if you have that available where you are, make that your first option.  

If you choose to include the optional ingredients in this you will have to add more liquids to compensate. The amounts I’m going to list in the recipe below are based on using one of the two optional ingredients.  

This recipe is gluten free, dairy free and vegan. It can be made nut free if you opt for vanilla soy milk instead of almond.

Ingredients 

  • 200g frozen mango 
  • ½ cup vanilla almond milk  
  • 100g no added sugar mango Alpro yoghurt 
  • ½ scoop vanilla protein powder (optional) 
  • 20g GF oats (optional) 

mango vanilla breakfast bowl

Toppings 

Toppings are the best part! And you can obviously have whatever you want but I used the following in the one pictured 

  • 1 kiwi, sliced 
  • Handful GF nutty granola  
  • 1 tbsp chia seeds  

mango vanilla breakfast bowl

Method 

You know what to do here…add it all to a blender and blend until smooth.  

Does this sound like a smoothie you’d enjoy for breakfast? Would you include either of the optional ingredients (or both)? I’ love to know what your favourite smoothie toppings are!  

 

Enjoy!

mango vanilla breakfast bowl

Until next time, 

Sophie  

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35 thoughts on “Mango Vanilla Breakfast Bowl | Vegan, GF

  1. Yummy! Mango is one of my favourite fruits! The moment I saw the title for this blog post, I knew I had to check it out! I love the toppings you added as well! I’ve been obsessed with green kiwifruit recently so no doubt I’ll be adding it myself when I end up giving this recipe a go!

  2. I’m an incredibly fussy eater and I’m trying to change that. This looks like a really different breakfast idea, I need to differ from my marmite on toast every day. Hopefully I’ll get there in the summer.

    Katie xx
    nerdsnumbersnatterings.blogspot.co.uk

  3. I’ve seen a lot of these different breakfast bowls all over social media and they just look so good! Your looks extra delicious because I love Kiwis!! Great post x

  4. Mmmm that looks so yummy! I am really into smoothie bowls and other healthy breakfast bowls during the warmer months – will add this to my to try list! Also I prefer Alpro’s vanilla yoghurt to normal vanilla dairy yoghurt – so the mango flavour sounds incredible!!

    Ellyn xx | Life Of A Beauty Nerd

  5. Even though I’m not a vegan, this looks and sounds amazing! I love these types of breakfasts, they are healthy and always make me feel like my day is gonna be perfect!!

  6. I love mango and having smoothie bowls! This seems like such a fun options. I was looking through your recipes and found some i think I want to try.. I am a very picky eater but I’m wanting to try healthy options so you’re posts are coming in handy

  7. I adore smoothies, I used to make them all the time and I’m not sure why I stopped? My favourite was a banana and peanut butter smoothie but otherwise, like you, they tended to be berry-based smoothies. I love the look of this one, mango is just gorgeous, I think you’ve just re-ignited my smoothie passions again, thank you! x

    Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com

  8. Yesss, this is the kind of smoothie I’d enjoy! I also don’t mind any berries, and I’ve been enjoying milled organic flaxseeds on my smoothies and porridge! Nice idea hun, thank you for sharing 🙂 xx Ain

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