A Strawberry Smoothie Bowl with a Twist

Make a delicious low calorie and low carb strawberry smoothie bowl. Find the easy recipe below for the most delicious and yummy breakfast with a twist.

One of the things I’ve implemented lately has been intermittent fasting. Typically, I drop Fernando off at preschool and then head to my workout class. When I get home, I take my time to shower and dress. Then, I like to sit down for breakfast.



On most mornings, breakfast is avocado toast topped with fried egg. But on other days, I opt for a smoothie bowl. It’s a fun variation on an acai bowl, except I use Kellogg’s® Special K® Red Berries cereal instead of granola. Special K Red Berries is a good source of fiber, and it’s 140 nourishing calories per 11/4 cup serving. I also add Light & Fit® Original Greek; my favorite is vanilla. It’s 80 calories and has 12g of protein.



Allowing myself to slow down and take the time to make myself breakfast is such a great way for me to start the day. It feels like a form of self-care. It feels indulgent but only takes a few minutes to make, not to mention it’s delicious.



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Strawberry Smoothie Bowl with a Twist

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Strawberry Smoothie Bowl Recipe


  • 1 cup


  • 5 oz

    Light & Fit® Original Greek Vanilla

  • 2 cups

    frozen strawberries


  • 1/2 cup

    Kellogg’s® Special K® Red Berries

  • 1/2


    sliced strawberries

  • 1/4 cup


  • 1/4 cup raspberries


  • Blend together milk, yogurt, and frozen strawberries in a blender until smooth.
  • Pour smoothie into two separate bowls.
  • Sprinkle Special K cereal over the top of the smoothie.
  • Top smoothie bowl with fresh berries and enjoy.

a strawberry smoothie bowl with a twist

This post has been sponsored by Kellogg’s and Light & Fit. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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