Maca Berry Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

Maca Smoothie Bowl Recipe

I have been fantasizing about smoothie bowls ever since I starting following an account called Breakfast Criminals on Instagram.

Let me tell you – if you saw their feed, your breakfast would never seem adequate again. They pretty much put every smoothie bowl I’d ever seen to shame and made me seriously question my #breakfastgoals.

Well, at least they did.

Maca Berry Smoothie Bowl Recipe

As of this weekend, I am living in smoothie envy no more.

Maca Berry Breakfast Bowl

I’ve come up with a breakfast smoothie bowl that I’d like to think is just as pretty as their perfectly curated creations.

Not only that — it’s extremely easy to make and has a secret ingredient to get you going in the morning.

Maca Berry Bowl with Rebbl Cold Brew

It’s Rebbl‘s incredibly delicious Cold Brew made with fair-trade coffee, organic coconut milk, and Peruvian maca.

If you haven’t tried it before, maca tastes a little like coffee with an earthy, bitter flavor. It has antioxidant properties and has been reported to fight fatigue, balance hormones, and even rev your sex drive.

Anyway, all you need for this bowl is the drink, frozen bananas, and frozen raspberries. The toppings are up to you, but I’d recommend more raspberries, more bananas, cacao nibs, and some homemade granola.

Maca Berry Breakfast Smoothie Bowl
 
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A chocolately, fruity breakfast smoothie bowl made with organic coffee, coconut milk, and maca root.
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Recipe type: Breakfast, Smoothie, Bowl
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • 1 Can of Rebbl Maca Cold Brew
  • 2 Frozen Bananas
  • 1 C. Frozen Raspberries
  • 1 Scoop Chocolate Protein Powder (optional)
Optional Toppings
  • ¼ C. Granola
  • ½ Banana, sliced
  • 2 T. Raspberries
  • 1 tsp. Cacao Nibs
Instructions
  1. Puree Rebbl Maca Cold Brew, frozen bananas, and frozen raspberries together in a blender.
  2. Pour into a bowl.
  3. Add toppings!
Notes
Nutrition information includes protein powder with 90 calories a scoop, but does not account for toppings.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: ½ recipe Calories: 225

I’m not gonna lie, this bowl is maca-mazing.

Maca Raspberry Breakfast Bowl

Fyi — the granola shown here is Dark Chocolate Cranberry Pistachio and I’ll be sharing the recipe with you soon. In the meantime, try my Cinnamon Blueberry Granola if you need a quick fix.

Want to try Rebbl yourself? I’m doing a big GIVEAWAY today on Instagram!

Rebbl Maca Cold Brew

Just head over to my account, make sure you’re following me, and leave a comment letting me know your favorite smoothie bowl topping.

Rebbl also makes several other incredible elixirs and tonics with interesting herbal mixes like reishi mushrooms and ashwaganda chai that you are not going to want to miss out on!

Weigh In: Have you ever tried maca? What’s your favorite smoothie bowl topping?

*This post is sponsored by Rebbl but all photos and opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Would you believe I haven’t tried maca yet? I MUST! I am very intrigued … 🙂 Thanks, Whit!
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  2. Shirley Arroyo says:

    I don’t know about maca berry but maca root supplement has made a BIG difference on reducing hot flashes so I am sleeping much better and the flashes are milder during the day. So thankful!

    • Whitney English says:

      Maca berry is just the name of the bowl because I used berries in the mix 🙂 The maca in the recipe is maca root, found in the REBBL drink. That’s so great to hear that it has helped you! I’ve been trying it lately as an alternate energy booster to regular coffee and I love it!

  3. I’ve never tried cold brew_ I am intrigued!
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  4. Beautiful bowl! I still need to get into the maca…
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  5. Your smoothie bowl almost looks too good to eat!
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  6. I haven’t tried maca yet, but I want to! I’ve also never tried a smoothie bowl. This one looks delicious!
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  7. I have not tried Maca…I didn’t realize it tastes like coffee. I absolultey loveee smoothie bowls. Living in Portland, I’ve become a HUGE proponent of acai bowls and love them with some good toppings and crunch. This seems even better with a coffee/chocolate taste!
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