Sambazon Acai Bowl

I love a good acai bowl! It makes for a delicious breakfast or mid-day snack, and it’s so easy to make. Read on to find out how I use the Sambazon Superfruit packets from Costco to make a quick, vegan-friendly breakfast or snack. You can satisfy your acai cravings any time of day by stocking up on these frozen packets, and customize with your favorite toppings. Read on to find out how you can make a Sambazon Acai Bowl at home.

Sambazon Acai Packets
Sambazon Acai Pack from Costco

Sambazon Acai Unsweetened Acai Berry Nutrition Information

Nutrition Information for Sambazon Acai Pack
Nutrition Information for Sambazon Acai Unsweetened Berry Pack

I purchase the frozen Sambazon packs from my local Costco to make my Sambazon Acai Bowl. This is a healthy and refreshing way to get your daily serving of fruit.

Sambazon Acai Bowl from above

Sambazon Acai Bowl

A quick and easy way to blend up your own acai bowl. Low in calories and packed with flavor, you can customize it with your own toppings. 

  • Author: stylepreservation
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 15 minutes
  • Category: Smoothie Bowl
  • Method: Blender
  • Cuisine: Healthy
  • Diet: Vegan


  • 1 Sambazon Acai Superfruit Pack
  • 1/2 medium frozen banana
  • 4 medium frozen strawberries
  • 1/4 cup of Milkadamia (or your choice of nut milk)


1. Blend all ingredients until smooth.


Top with your favorite granola, fruits, and/or nuts. I used bananas, frozen berries, and Anahola Granola. Also tastes great with honey and dried coconut flakes. Feel free to blend in ground flax seed or chia seeds for additional flavor and nutrition. 

Keywords: acai bowl, Sambazon acai, Costco acai

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Check out my Acai Bowl Toppings post for more ways to customize your bowl. If you’d like to make an acai bowl without even getting out a blender, you can also check out my post about Acai Roots Acai Sorbet. It’s a scoopable acai sorbet that is also sold at Costco.

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