Lactose-free smoothie bowl with peanut butter and berries
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Lactose-free smoothie bowl with peanut butter and berries

5 min
With all the flavours of a peanut butter and jam sandwich, this lactose-free smoothie bowl with peanut butter, berries, and banana is a great way to start the day. It has a thick, creamy texture and tastes wonderfully complex, rich, and delicious. Its vibrant colour as well as the great toppings turn this humble meal into an enticing treat that can be enjoyed on busy weekdays, lazy weekends, and brunch celebrations alike.


  • In a blender, mix lactose-free milk, frozen bananas, ​​frozen strawberries, frozen raspberries, 2 tbsp of peanut butter, and chia seeds until smooth.
  • Divide the smoothie evenly between two bowls. Top with sliced fresh strawberries and toasted peanuts.
  • Stir together the remaining peanut butter, honey, and water until smooth and drizzle over each lactose-free peanut butter smoothie bowl.

You can, of course, make your lactose-free peanut butter smoothie bowl using fresh berries rather than frozen ones. Frozen berries give the bowls a thick, perfectly spoonable texture, but if you prefer to use fresh, the peanut butter smoothie bowl will simply be less thick and creamy but still delicious. If it is too thin for your liking after blending, you can add ice cubes a few at a time to the blender until you reach the thickness you like.

Questions about lactose-free peanut butter smoothie bowls

With our easy lactose-free peanut butter smoothie bowl recipe, making this vibrant breakfast bowl is a piece of cake. To learn more about it, continue reading below and get inspired to make a sweet and tart treat that will make your day!

What berries go in a lactose-free smoothie bowl with peanut butter?
Many different types of berries go nicely with a lactose-free smoothie bowl with peanut butter, but strawberries and raspberries are two popular choices for several reasons. Strawberries are a great choice because they have a sweet and slightly tart flavour that pairs well with the nutty taste of peanut paste. Raspberries too are a stellar choice because they also taste slightly tart and complement and offset the richness of the peanut butter. Other nice berries include blueberries, blackberries, and cranberries, depending on your personal preferences and taste.
What is the best peanut butter for lactose-free smoothie bowls?
The best peanut butter for a lactose-free smoothie bowl is, of course, one that is made without any lactose-containing ingredients. Look for ones that are labelled as "lactose-free", "dairy-free", or "all-natural" or simply make it yourself by blending peanuts until it becomes smooth and creamy, approx. after 8-10 minutes.
How long does a lactose-free smoothie bowl with peanut butter last?
A smoothie bowl will typically last up to 24 hours when refrigerated. This is because the ingredients, particularly fruits, start to oxidise and lose their freshness after this time. After 24 hours, the texture may also change, becoming less appetising. Just remember to store it properly covered in the fridge for maximum freshness.


Arla® LactoFREE Milk semi-skimmed
300 ml
Frozen bananas
Frozen raspberries
50 g
Peanut butter
3 tbsp
Chia seeds
2 tbsp
Toasted peanuts
1 tbsp
Fresh strawberries, sliced
Clear honey
1 tbsp
1 tbsp

Start the day with a creamy lactose-free peanut butter smoothie bowl

Start your day with a flavourful and refreshing lactose-free smoothie bowl with peanut butter and berries. This quick, sweet, and creamy breakfast makes you feel full and ready for the day ahead.

One of the best things about smoothie bowls is that they are easy to prepare, even on hectic mornings. Just blend a few simple, high-quality ingredients like fresh strawberries and delicious lactose-free milk for a stunning and appetising meal. Perfect for early risers!

If you are on the lookout for other mouth-watering breakfast ideas, have a look at our irresistible recipes for lactose-free baked oats, lactose-free orange chia pudding, and lactose-free papaya bowl.

Rich, nutty, and sweet lactose-free berry smoothie bowl with peanut butter

Our lactose-free smoothie bowl boasts a sweet, creamy, subtly tart taste from raspberries. Frozen bananas and lactose-free milk give it a creamy texture, only made better by the rich nuttiness of peanut butter. Chia seeds add a gentle crunch and nutty undertone. Honey offers sweetness, while the toasted peanuts and fresh strawberries add texture and freshness. This combination of diverse flavours makes our smoothie bowl a satisfying treat, marrying sweet, tart, and fresh notes in a beautiful mix.