Breakfast Power Bowl

Article written and reviewed by Jenny Gormley, BS
Published January 16, 2021

There is no better way to start your day, than with a bowl of hydrating fruit + greens. This power bowl adds more greens into your diet in a fun and easy way.

Breakfast Power Bowls Can Brighten Your Day

Finding new breakfast ideas to get your day started, can make getting out of bed feel easier. This breakfast power bowl will leave you feeling energized and hydrated as you start your day.
Power bowls are simple to make, all-in-one meal bowls that can be savory or sweet.
Usually, it takes under ten minutes to prepare a power bowl. Since there are endless combinations of bowls to make, you don’t have to repeat the same bowl twice!

Why You Should Include Greens In Your Power Bowls

It’s no secret that greens are some of the most nutrient-dense foods on the planet. Per calorie, their micronutrient density is higher than any other food group in the world. So why not find a way to include them easily, in every meal?
Spinach, arugula, and kale make for the best additions to smoothie bowls based on flavor and texture of the greens. At your local farmers market, you will likely find other different types of greens not found in grocery stores that could go beautifully in your morning power bowls.
The contents of this bowl are easy to prepare and can be swapped out for other seasonal combinations, depending on where you live. There are endless delicious combinations you can create. Be sure to check the frozen fruit section at your local grocery store for tropical fruits year-round.

Why It’s Important to Eat Flax and Chia Seeds Daily

Be sure to include fruit, greens, and either flax or chia seeds when creating your own breakfast combinations. Flax and chia seeds are rich in essential omega-3 fatty acids and are helpful to eat every day to help meet your daily fiber recommendations.
Chia seeds have been found to improve satiety and will also help you meet your essential fatty acid requirements every day. Just one tablespoon of chia or flax seeds per day will reach those recommendations.

How to Maximize Your Omega 3 Essential Fatty Acid Absorption

To ensure that chia seeds and flax seeds are efficiently absorbed into your body, grind both before eating them. When you eat chia and/or flax seeds in their freshly ground state, you maximize their absorption which increases your omega 3 essential fatty acid uptake.
If you are adding the seeds to the smoothie, the blender will grind them up for you. If adding them on top of your bowl, using a small blender attachment or coffee grinder works great for blending a small amount of seeds daily.
You can also soak the seeds in water for a few hours until they develop into a thick pudding. Then, fold them into your bowl after the other ingredients have been blended together. Blending soaked chia seeds can add a very woody flavor to your smoothie- so be sure to either soak OR grind, not both.

Not only are the foods in this breakfast bowl incredibly tasty and filling, but our evidence-based research paper has also demonstrated that this lifestyle reverses insulin resistance, reduces your fasting blood glucose, reduces your hemoglobin A1c, and reduces your chronic disease risk.⁣⁣⁣⁣
With these nutritional benefits, you can only imagine how delicious the flavors will be.
Now go try it out!

Photos by: Allie @threelittlechickpeasblog

Breakfast Power Bowl

There is no better way to start your day, than with a bowl of hydrating fruit + greens. This power bowl adds more greens into your diet in a fun and easy way.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 1 minute
Total Time 6 minutes
Servings 1
Calories 481 kcal



  • 2 cup Kiwi
  • 1 cup Banana
  • 1 cup Frozen Pineapple
  • 2 tbsp Lemon Juice
  • 2 cup Spinach
  • 1 tbsp Chia Seeds
  • 1 Amla Green



  • Peel the kiwis and bananas, set a few slices of each aside to decorate the top of your power bowl.
  • Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
  • Next, use the remaining banana and kiwi you set aside, in addition to a few more chia seeds if you’d like to decorate the top of your power bowl.
  • Enjoy the micronutrient madness!


  • Spinach can always be swapped out for kale or arugula, or a mixture of multiple!
  • If you don’t have pineapple, you could try using mango, peaches, or nectarines.


Calories: 481kcalCarbohydrates: 112gProtein: 9.2gFat: 5.4g
Tried this recipe?Let us know how it was!

About the author 

Jenny Gormley, BS

Jenny Gormley, BS is a Sports Nutrition Coach and founder of the Micronutrient Movement.

Her first job working in a kitchen started more than 12 years ago at the age of 15. Throughout the last decade, she has trained and worked in many different restaurants, all with different chefs and styles.

She is a self-taught chef who discovered a whole-food, plant-based lifestyle throughout her college education and hasn’t looked back since.

Jenny earned a Bachelor of Science in Fitness and Wellness from Northern Arizona University, with an emphasis in Health Education and Human Biology.