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Chocolate Cherry Protein Smoothie Bowl Recipe

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Chocolate Cherry Protein Smoothie Bowl Recipe

This smoothie bowl pairs chocolate and cherries for mornings when you need a boost.

Servings: 1–2 (smoothie bowls)


  • 1 cup non-dairy milk such as almond or organic soy milk

  • ½ cup water (or to a desired consistency)

  • 1 cup dark sweet cherries fresh or frozen, pitted

  • 1 scoop (34 g) chocolate protein powder

  • 1 tsp cocoa powder

  • ½ cup ice cubes

  • 1 scoop (2.5 g) Collagen30 powder

Topping Options:

  • 5–6 thin slices of banana

  • ¼ cup blueberries

  • 1 tbsp. shelled hemp seeds

  • 1 tbsp. chia seeds

  • 1 tbsp. unsweetened coconut flakes


  1. Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender.

  2. Blend for 30–60 seconds, until smooth.

  3. Pour into a bowl, enjoy! Eat right away, it’s best when made fresh.

To make the smoothie scrumptious and rich, add ½ of a peeled, chopped frozen banana.

Interesting facts!

  • Cherries are a source of potassium, vitamin C, fibre, and antioxidants!

  • Chia seeds are small, but mighty in terms of a nutritional punch! One tbsp. of chia provides approximately 57 mg of calcium, 2 g of omega-3 fatty acids, 2 g of protein, and 4 g of dietary fibre.

Ingredient tips

  • Choose organic fruit when you can to reduce exposure pesticide residues.

  • To get the desired consistency, add or reduce the amount of water you use.

  • Frozen bananas add creaminess to your smoothie. Peel, chop, and store in a freezer bag.

  • Chia seeds, flaxseeds, and shelled hemp seeds also thicken smoothies if you prefer not to use a banana. All these seeds contain healthy fats, protein, fibre, and other nutrients, so it’s nice to have them all stocked in the pantry to choose from.

Blending tips

  • A powerful blender is the best choice when using frozen fruit and including ice cubes.

  • Follow the manufacturer’s suggestions for loading the blend for best outcome. For example, bottom-loading blenders often recommend adding the liquids first, followed by soft foods and powders, then frozen and ice cubes on top.

  • For convenience, have ½–1 cup water on hand if you need to reduce the thickness once blending has started.


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