Boy have we missed the Acai Bowls at Costco! We know many of you are looking for those…and we haven’t seen them in a long time…but we did find these Sambazon Organic Dragon Fruit Bowls at Costco recently and we bought them and gave them a try! In brief, they are good! The dragon fruit smoothie bowls are sweeter than the acai bowls, but definitely still good and we like them! See our complete review of the frozen Sambazon Smoothie Bowls at Costco below!
Why We Like Sambazon Smoothie Bowls
First and foremost, the Sambazon Organic Dragon Fruit Smoothie bowls have a plant based bowl – we’re all for reducing single use plastic packaging – that’s a huge bonus in our book!!
Perhaps more importantly though, they were super quick to put together and taste great! I really enjoyed it! It was notably sweeter than the Tattooed Chef Acai Bowls, but I think in general it may appeal to more people because of that. While I appreciated the no-so-sweet acai bowls, my kids definitely liked these Costco dragon fruit bowls better.
You can use the coconut chips it comes with or ditch them for your preferred toppings like fresh fruit, granola, or add some protein powder or collagen powder.
Sambazon Dragon Fruit Bowl – Costco Review
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Product Features of Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowls at Costco
- Dairy Free
- Gluten Free
- Grain Free
- Plant Based Bowls
Sambazon Dragon Fruit Bowls Nutritional Label
Each Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl has 180 Calories without the topping or 250 calories with the coconut topping. Each package contains 6 bowls complete with attached separate toppings.
Where to Find Them In Store
Find these Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowls from Sambazon in the frozen aisle at Costco near the frozen fruit. It is not housed with dessert, but instead near the frozen fruit and smoothie packets.
Thaw these smoothie bowls on your countertop for 15-30 minutes and enjoy! We placed ours into the sun to speed up the defrost a little. We don’t recommend leaving them out for more than 45 minutes to an hour or it will be too soupy 🙂
Did you try these organic costco smoothie bowls? What did you think? DId you eat it as a snack, dessert, or breakfast? Did your kids try it? We’d love to hear what you thought about these smoothie bowls in the comments!
Costco Dragon Fruit Smoothie Bowl Topping Suggestions
We like the topping that comes with it, but there are many great ways to customize this smoothie bowl!
- Fresh banana Slices
- Fresh Strawberries, blueberries or raspberries
- Peanut Butter
- Sliced Almonds
- Chocolate Chips
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