The presentation of a smoothie bowl is an opportunity to make it visually appealing and enticing. Use your artistic skills to arrange the toppings in an aesthetically pleasing way. Arrange sliced fruits, berries, or granola in a symmetrical or organised pattern on top of the smoothie base. You can create concentric circles, stripes, or any other design that suits your preference.
Once you have assembled your smoothie bowl with all the toppings, it is best to enjoy it right away. The freshness is at its peak when it is just prepared. As time passes, the fruits and toppings may lose their freshness and texture. Smoothie bowls are often served chilled, so they are refreshing to eat.
Whether it is for breakfast or a refreshing snack, you cannot go wrong with a smoothie bowl. And this dragon fruit smoothie bowl recipe is no exception. Keep reading to discover more about this cold, creamy delight.
Vanilla Arla® Skyr
Dried goji berries
Dragon fruit (pitaya)
Raspberries and currants
Edible flowers, e.g., horned violets
Pitaya powder (optional)
Want to treat yourself to a refreshing breakfast or snack? Try a delicious dragon fruit smoothie bowl. It is bursting with vibrant colours and loaded with wholesome goodness. This tropical delight is not only tasty but also visually appealing. If you love adding a splash of colour to your morning routine, explore some of our other vibrant breakfast options. Try our blue and pink smoothie bowl, or indulge in a vibrantly green avocado smoothie bowl. And if you are craving a burst of tropical flavours, our bright tropical smoothie bowl is the perfect choice.
This dragon fruit smoothie bowl combines the creamy goodness of skyr with the natural sweetness of banana, the tangy freshness of raspberries, and the antioxidant power of acai. The base is where the magic begins, as the velvety skyr creates a rich and satisfying texture. Its creamy and slightly tangy profile pairs perfectly with the sweet and creamy banana, adding a luxurious smoothness to the bowl. The juicy raspberries infuse the smoothie base with vibrant flavours and a hint of tang. These little bursts of freshness complement the creaminess and add a delightful tartness to the mix. And let us not forget the açai powder. It not only lends a beautiful purple hue to the base, but also contributes a subtle earthy undertone rounding out the flavour profile.
The star of the show is the dragon fruit, also known as pitaya. It is a vibrant, refreshing fruit with a mild and subtly sweet taste. Imagine a blend of tropical flavours like kiwi, pear, and melon in one. No wonder it is a popular choice for smoothies, desserts, and fruit bowls. In its powdered form, dragon fruit has an electric pink colour, which adds a beautiful and vibrant touch when sprinkled over the smoothie bowl. Add some wholesome oats for extra substance, and sprinkle vibrant goji berries for tangy sweetness and a pop of colour. Scatter juicy currants for an extra burst of flavour, and do not forget the fresh raspberries for their delightful tartness.