If you want to sneak extra nutrition into this smoothie bowl by the use of vegetables, then you have a couple of options. You could include a small section of peeled zucchini or some steamed cauliflower (I usually steam and then freeze mine if wanting to use it for smoothies)
For a super sweet tooth, you may want to add some additional sweetness by adding a drizzle of your favourite natural sweetener. I suggest using maple syrup or agave nectar.
For added protein, feel free to add in a tsp of chia seeds to your smoothie.
I've included all the different variations so that you can decide the ingredients you'd like to choose depending on the nutritional value you'd like in this salted caramel vegan smoothie.
Topping Choices For This Salted Caramel Vegan Smoothie Bowl:
For smoothies that taste like dessert, the best toppings are ones used for desserts too: think chocolate drizzle, cacao powder, shredded coconut etc. However, I often like to do a mix of both. For this particular smoothies bowl, I used dragon fruit, cacao buckwheat granola and some mini chocolate protein balls. I have a recipe for simple Healthy Cacao & Almond Protein Balls that you could make into mini versions, to top smoothie bowls. You could also make a simple vegan 'salted caramel' drizzle - Simply soak your Medjool dates in hot water for 10 minutes before blending as this will create a silky smooth sauce. You can experiment with the exact amount that works well for you, but I'd suggest 1-2tsp almond butter with 2-3 Medjool dates, 1/4tsp vanilla, a pinch of salt and water - to thin and voila, a simple vegan salted caramel sauce.