Rainbow smoothie bowls are as scrumptious and wholesome as they look. Inspired by the colours of a rainbow, it is the most fun smoothie bowl you will ever make and it feels like scooping out of a rainbow. Loaded with colourful fruits from berries to mangoes and topped with nuts and seeds, this picture-worthy smoothie bowl will give your day a brighter start.

In the celebration of Pride Month, we have rounded up a list of easy rainbow smoothie bowl recipes that you can make at home. Get creative and start whipping up these Instagrammable yummy delights.

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Rainbow acai smoothie bowl

This rainbow acai smoothie bowl is vegan, gluten-free and loaded with antioxidants with the goodness of spirulina, a plant-based protein to make for a wholesome breakfast or lunch meal. The star of the bowl is acai, a nutritious superfood loaded with powerful nutrients and weight loss benefits.

Smoothie bowl art

This easy smoothie bowl contains three different coloured frozen smoothies with 3X the nutrition, each blended separately to get the perfect silken consistency. All you need is a toothpick to turn it into rainbow smoothie art.

Vegan mango rainbow smoothie bowl

Calling all mango lovers to try this vegan smoothie bowl topped with strawberries, peaches, bananas, kiwis, blueberries and blackberries, in rainbow order. Make sure that the base is thick for fruit toppings to stay still on top.

6 smoothie bowl recipe

What’s better than having one smoothie bowl? Well, it’s having six, so grab all the fruits you can. Pink smoothie, Yellow mango smoothie, Blueberry Purple smoothie, Sky blue smoothie, rose quartz smoothie and mermaid smoothie – all blended to perfection. And you can layer them together to create a gorgeous smoothie bowl of your own.

 

Power-packed rainbow smoothie bowl

The trick to making this easy smoothie bowl is to take fruits in rainbow colours and blend each one separately and then layer them by adding each colour on top in a circle. This power-packed smoothie bowl is topped with loads of colours, textures and flavours.

A grapefruit as a bowl

This unique take on rainbow smoothie bowl is achieved by serving it in a grapefruit. This vegan smoothie bowl uses coconut milk and frozen banana that will remind you of the tropics. It makes for a great nutrient-dense snack.

Vegan and gluten-free

Create this vegan, gluten-free and delicious rainbow smoothie bowl by simply using frozen bananas as the base. The fruit and seeds toppings make it almost too gorgeous to eat.

Rainbow smoothie in five minutes

You can make a rainbow smoothie bowl in five minutes or less with this quick and easy recipe that uses fruits to make outer and inner rainbow arches. Using coconut shavings as clouds is undoubtedly a genius hack.

Supersized rainbow smoothie bowl

As the name suggests, this is one supersized smoothie bowl of your dreams loaded with the goodness of vitamin C and powerful antioxidants. The toppings are raspberries, pomegranate seeds, blood orange, mango, kiwi, blueberries and blackberries with vanilla yoghurt as the base.

Blue smoothie bowl

This smoothie bowl base recipe is easy to make and you can get creative with the toppings to customise to your liking. The blue smoothie bowl base is achieved by using spirulina and you can use toppings of your choice to mimic arches of a rainbow in the pattern of red, orange or yellow, green and purple.

Akriti Sharma
Full-time writer, part-time science nerd, Akriti switched gears to writing when she was at the precipice of her scientific career as a biotechnologist and never looked back. She loves to write every day and believes in pursuing stories with moral force. She is an enthusiastic traveller, photographer, Chai aficionado, aspiring minimalist and a strong proponent of Multiverse Theory.