Chocolate Pumpkin Smoothie Bowl

Chocolate always works! That's my motto. That's why I love this super healthy Smoothie Bowl in the morning! It tastes wonderfully sweet and pleasantly chocolaty. The best part: You sneak in a secret vegetable.

Although the combination of chocolate and pumpkin sounds funny at first, it actually harmonizes perfectly. Because pumpkin has a perfect sweet note, similar to sweet potato, and is therefore perfect not only for savoury but also for sweet dishes.

You could of course cook the pumpkin yourself in the oven and then mix it into puree, but I have a much more convenient solution for you: ready-to-use pumpkin puree. You can usually find this in any drugstore in the baby food department.

Besides, this chocolate pumpkin smoothie bowl is really super healthy. Flax seeds are rich in Omega 3, psyllium seeds have a high fibre content and support the digestion. Protein powder ensures that your protein content is replenished in your body. By the way, I use a rice and pea protein mixture in a ratio of 7:3. I have already given you more detailed information in this recipe. So you really have the perfect base for the day!

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Chocolate Pumpkin Smoothie Bowl
Breakfast & Smoothies

Chocolate and pumpkin taste like a funny combination? It's not weird at all. In fact, this combination tastes delicious! Because the sweet pumpkin note completes the banana and cocoa base. This is how you have secretly sneaked a portion of vegetables into your breakfast. You should definitely try it!

Duration 10 minutes
Ingredients for 1 portion
  • 1 large banana (here: 180g)¹
  • 15g vegetable protein powder (optional)
  • 100g soy yoghurt
  • 50g plant drink (here: rice drink)
  • 10g cocoa powder
  • 1/2 tsp. cinnamon
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 125g Hokkaido Pumpkin Puree²
Optional basic ingredients:
  • 10g flax seed
  • 5g psyllium
  1. if you want to make your own pumpkin puree, then you must wash the pumpkin, halve, clean the pumpkin, remove seeds and cut into pieces. Then put it into a saucepan and cover it with some water, bring it to the boil and simmer for about 10 minutes until the pumpkin has softened. Drain the water, then puree the pumpkin with a blender or a blender.
  2. Put all the basic ingredients except the pumpkin puree in a blender, puree until creamy and put into a bowl
  3. carefully stir in the pumpkin puree
  4. decorate with the toppings of your choice
¹ You can use both fresh and frozen bananas. Frozen makes the punch a bit creamier, but for me personally it is too cold for breakfast.
² I took pure pumpkin puree from the baby jar. Usually you can get it in any drugstore in the baby food section.
Nutritional values for 1 portion with toppings:
553 kcal
vegan healthy plantbased non dairy easy simple quick sugar free high protein cold no sugar Breakfast chocolate fast soy yoghurt pumpkin Smoothie Bowl
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