Silk Smoothie Bowl Recipe

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Lately I’ve become a “Smoothie Bowl” junkie. I’ve been sharing beautiful photos of my creations on Instagram, but never showed how I make them. I’d also been getting tons of requests from my friends to share my smoothie bowl recipe. I kept telling them that I’d send them the information but decided “what the heck” I’ll just share it on the blog.

The secret to my smoothie bowls smoothness is mixing a little yogurt and little almond milk to get the perfect texture. In my recipe I use Silk Dairy-Free yogurt because it has a creamy texture (that I need for my smoothies), it provides 6 grams of plant-powered protein per serving, it’s free of dairy, free of cholesterol, free of artificial colors, lactose-free, and it’s just delicious.

Because I’ve watched way to many documentaries about “milk,” I don’t drink a lot of it at all. Plus one of my nieces is lactose-intolerant. Instead we substitute recipes that call for milk with  Silk Unsweetened Vanilla Almond milk because it’s lactose-free, has 50% more calcium than dairy milk, no cholesterol, and we use the unsweetened version because it has less calories.


You can find Silk products in the Dairy section at Walmart

Since we were leaving my boyfriends parents house we swung by Walmart to grocery shop for a few items (they stay really close to Walmart), so I decided to pick up some Silk dairy-free yogurt, and Silk Almond Milk while we were there.

Before you scroll down to the recipe check out inspiration for other recipes using Silk products here.  Silk is also hosting product demos from 1/21-1/24 at the locations shown here. Ok, now you can scroll down to the recipe  :-).


Smoothie Bowl Recipe


Silk Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk (a few tbsp)

Frozen or Fresh Fruit

½ TBSP Ground Flaxseed (you can also add protein powder, super green powder, etc.)

1 or 2 TBSP Silk Dairy-Free Vanilla Yogurt (add more to thicken the smoothie bowl)

Sliced Fresh Fruit (whatever fruit you like)

Granola, Chia Seeds, or Flaxseed for garnishments on top


  1. Pour Silk Almond Milk into a blender.
  1. Pour in frozen or fresh fruit, ground flaxseed, and yogurt.
  1. Blend until consistency is what you like (in the video I made it a little too smooth).
  1. Pour mixture into a bowl, and layer it with fresh fruit.
  1. Top with granola, chia seeds, or flaxseed.


Check out this video I made showing you how I prepare my Smoothie Bowls.

Here are a few other smoothie bowl combinations I’ve made:


A photo posted by Ericka Chatman (@erickachatman) on




  1. January 20, 2016 / 10:24 pm

    Beautiful bowl – would be easy to wake up to that every morning. #client

  2. January 20, 2016 / 1:50 pm

    Oh wow! This looks heavenly! It reminds me so much of summer and sunshine. & silk milk is the best. Unfortunately I can’t buy it in Denmark but I always drink it when I’m in the US 🙂

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