Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl

This frozen Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl makes for an ideal breakfast, snack, dessert or just your everyday summer treat! It’s beautiful vibrant pink colour just makes you feel so alive and appreciate how wonderful fruits and vegetables really are.

pink smoothie in coconut bowl held by 2 hands above white marble table above another bowl

Look at those toppings. You can go crazy with those!

pink pitaya smoothie bowl topped with white pitaya, almonds, granola, dates and chia seeds with wooden spoon

Questions about Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl

What does dragon fruit taste like? Dragon fruit is also known as pitaya. It’s taste and texture somewhat resembles that of a kiwi fruit but the flavour is much milder. The pink dragon fruit tends to be sweeter than the white one.

How to make a smoothie bowl? Smoothie bowls can be made from frozen or fresh fruit. All ingredients are turned into a puree using a blender and then served with a selection of toppings or sprinkles such as nuts, fruit, granola, chocolate, nut butter etc. The final product is then served in a bowl as opposed to a glass.

What fruits can I use in a smoothie bowl? Fruits that are higher in fat tend to give a more creamy texture, such as bananas or avocadoes. Soft fruits tend to blend much more easily and also give a smooth finish. However, if you are using a good quality blender, you should have no problem pureeing harder, more fibrous fruits such as apples and pears.

Are smoothies healthy? Due to the amount of fruit used in a smoothie bowl, the sugar content could be considered quite high. However, replacing some of the fruits with vegetables can help to reduce the quantity of sugar. Despite this, smoothies are very nourishing and offer a variety of vitamins and minerals which are beneficial to our health.


Serving size:

Serves 1


  • 1 banana frozen
  • ½ pink dragonfruit / pitaya frozen
  • 1 orange frozen
  • 1 tbsp fresh ginger
  • 4 chunks pineapple frozen
  • 2-3 tbsp plant milk
  • optional sprinkles – white dragon fruit, chia seeds, nuts, granola, dates, nut butter etc


  1. Place everything into a blender and blitz until smooth and creamy, scraping down the sides of the blender every so often.
  2. Sprinkle with toppings of choice and serve immediately.

Made this Recipe?

If you had a go at this Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl please feel free to give me a shout on Instagram at @food_flaneur– would love to see your pics!

If you like frozen smoothie bowls…

You should definitely give these recipes a try:

Tropical Smoothie Bowl

No-Nice Cream Smoothie Bowl

Chocolate Banana Popsicles

Big Thanks to…

Love and Lemons for my food inspo. You can find their recipe here: https://www.loveandlemons.com/berry-superfood-smoothie-bowl/.

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