Mango & Raspberry Acai Bowl

Acai bowls are the perfect way to stay cool this summer. With all your favorite summer fruits, they will become your go-to, quick summer meal. 

This mango and raspberry acai bowl are without exemption, containing everything you could want from a smoothie bowl: not only is it incredibly refreshing but also sweet with hints of tartness. 

How To Make A Mango & Raspberry Acai Bowl

The beauty of a smoothie bowl is that you can incorporate or leave any fruits or vegetables you desire – the choice is, quite literally, up to you! 

For this specific recipe, all you need is five healthy ingredients consisting of bananas, raspberries, mango, plant-based milk, and hemp seeds. Top it off with all your favorite toppings, then grab a spoon, and enjoy!

There is nothing quite like a smoothie bowl during the summer months. Besides the fact the acai bowls are energizing and refreshing, they are also extremely simple to make! 

All you need is a liquid base, some frozen fruits, and a few delicious mix-ins (whether this is nut butter or seeds). 

Blend together and you’ll be rewarded with a convenient, yet delicious, 5-minute treat. 

This mango and raspberry acai bowl is:

  • Made with 5 simple ingredients
  • Dairy-free, vegetarian, soy-free, gluten, free, and vegan
  • It makes for a perfect breakfast or afternoon snack
  • Packed with minerals, fiber, and vitamins

With this in mind, this article will be exploring how to make a mango and raspberry acai bowl, with some helpful tips and tricks along the way. 

What Ingredients Are In A Mango And Raspberry Smoothie Bowl?

To make this delicious acai bowl, all you’ll need is 5 simple ingredients:

  • Banana – The frozen banana in this recipe helps to achieve the iconic creamy consistency of acai bowls. They include tons of nutrients such as magnesium, potassium, and manganese. 
  • Raspberries – Not only are raspberries a great source of fiber, but they are also rich in antioxidants. 
  • Mango – Mango is the main ingredient found in this recipe. It’s packed with nutritious vitamin C, as well as heaps of flavor. 
  • Hemp seeds – These are an optional ingredient, however, if you do include them; they are rich in nutrition. Specifically, they are packed with omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids, as well as plant-based protein. 
  • Plant-based milk – Whether you choose almond milk, coconut milk, oat milk, soy milk, or even water. Any plant-based milk or water will taste great in this recipe. 

Acai Bowl Recipe Variations

Looking to add some additional boosters to your mango and raspberry acai bowl, then you’re in luck. Below, we have noted multiple add-ins for you to choose from. 

  • Greens – For some added vitamins and minerals, consider adding a handful of leafy greens, like kale or spinach. Since both mango and raspberries contain a strong flavor, they do a great job of masking any greens. They do such a good job that you won’t even be able to taste them! (This is also a sneaky way to get your children to eat more of their greens, too!). 
  • Powders – Looking to enjoy a refreshing acai bowl as a post-workout treat? Then you’re in luck. Simply toss in some plant-based protein powder into the mix to help with muscle recovery. To achieve the best results, we recommend using unflavored or vanilla protein powder since this won’t alter the original flavors. 
  • Plant-based yogurt – For additional flavor and creaminess to your acai bowls, consider adding some plant-based yogurt. 
  • Nut butter – To make a more filling acai bowl, consider adding nut butter. Similarly, you can add whatever butter you like, whether this is peanut, cashew, or even almond butter. 
  • Seeds – While this recipe calls for hemp seeds, you can choose whatever seeds you desire, whether this is ground flaxseeds or even chia seeds – they provide many additional health benefits to the bowl. 

How To Create A Thick And Creamy Acai Bowl?

How To Create A Thick And Creamy Acai Bowl?

To achieve creamy and thick acai bowls, you’ll always find frozen fruit inside them. Hence, in this recipe, you’ll find frozen raspberries, frozen bananas, and frozen mango. 

Likewise, it’s also important to be mindful of how much liquid you’re adding to your acai bowl. The general rule of thumb is the more liquid, the runnier and thinner it’ll be. 

What Are The Best Toppings For An Acai Bowl?

For the best acai bowl, you’ll want a contrast of both crunchy and soft toppings – this adds some much-need texture to the creamy bowl. 

For some crunchy toppings, try including:

  • Granola
  • Coconut flakes
  • Cashews
  • Almonds
  • Cacao nibs
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Hemp seeds
  • Chia seeds
  • Buckwheat groats

For some soft toppings, try including:

  • Mango
  • Fresh berries
  • Kiwi fruit 
  • Sliced banana
  • Shredded coconut
  • Almond butter
  • Peanut butter


  • ¾ cup frozen raspberries 
  • 1 cup frozen mango chunks
  • ½ to 1 cup plant-based milk (coconut, soy, almond, etc.)
  • 1 frozen banana (peeled prior to freezing)
  • 1 tbsp hemp seeds (optional)


  • Combine all the ingredients into a high-speed blender (or food processor). 
  • Blend until creamy and smooth, add plant-based milk/ water only when needed. 
  • Transfer the smoothie into a bowl and add your favorite toppings. 
  • Enjoy!


  • For a thick, creamy consistency, make sure to use frozen fruit. 
  • When freezing bananas, ensure that they are ripened first. Yellow banana peels featuring speckled brown spots are ideal. Before placing them in the freezer, peel the bananas and place them in a ziplock bag or container. Frozen bananas stay fresh for up to 1 month.

Final Thoughts

Not only are acai bowls incredibly delicious but they are also extremely refreshing – perfect for the hot, summer months.

The beauty of acai bowls is that you can include whatever ingredients, toppings, and extras you like! 

For this recipe, you only need 5 simple ingredients – making it a great recipe for a quick yet mouth-watering snack. Hopefully, this guide has informed you on how to make a mango and raspberry acai bowl. 

Kimberly Kidd
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