Jamun Oats Smoothie Bowl / Indian Blackberry Oats Smoothie Bowl

July 05, 2017 Motions and Emotions 9 Comments

Breakfast has to be healthy and filling to start your day! You eat breakfast almost after a gap of 8 to 10 hours. After dinner there is a long gap till you take food in the next morning. Hence the breakfast has to be healthy, nutritious as well as filling. However, in today's busy life people often skip their breakfast which is not a healthy choice. Skipping breakfast may increase the risk of heart disease, diabetes and obesity.

Smoothie Bowls are trending as a healthy breakfast option. You can prepare a healthy smoothie bowl in no time. You can add your choice of fruit into the smoothie bowl. Last month it was the season of Jamun or Indian Black berry. So I prepared a black plum oats smoothie bowl. I have added chia seeds and also added muesli to give the extra crunch to the smoothie bowl.

Black Plum Oats Smoothie Bowl


Oats - 1/2 cup, quick cooking oats
Yogurt - 1/2 cup
Milk - 11/4 cup
Jamun/Indian Black Berry - 6 to 8
Banana - 1 small, sliced
Muesli - 2 tablespoon
Chia Seeds - 1 teaspoon
Honey - 1 tablespoon


1. Soak the oats in 1 cup of milk for 30 minutes.
2. De-seed the jamun and keep aside.
3. Now in a blender add soaked oats, deseeded black plum, remaining milk, honey and yogurt. Blend them until smooth.
4. Next pour the smoothie in a wide bowl and top it with sliced banana, muesli and chia seeds.


  1. Delicious and very creative to come up with a Jamun smoothie breakfast bowl. So healthy and comforting. The perfect kick start to a busy day.

  2. Wow!! healthy and yummy dear. Awesome :)

  3. A super bowl of super healthy food. Nicey.

  4. I have never come across jamnus... not sure if it is available in Kerala... I love a good smoothie bowl, always refreshing.. pretty color to the bowl...

  5. That's a healthy looking smoothie bowl.. desi jamuns in the place of blueberries is a nice add on to the bowl 😊

  6. very healthy delicious n inviting bowl..yummy !!!

  7. Love this idea of adding jamuns!

  8. This is health and awesome recipe, I love jamun, I ate few months ago when I was in India. Here in Calgary i didn't see them.


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