It’s funny how a slight nip in the night air generates excitement about the fall season. Probably because that means it’s time for hayrack rides, bonfires, hot chocolate, and scarecrow cookies. Since both Anna and I are huge pumpkin enthusiasts, we are super ecstatic about today’s post! Yes, ma’am! Let’s look at how to make Pumpkin Pie Smoothies 3 Different Ways!
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It really doesn’t matter whether it’s pumpkin muffins, cakes, cookies, cheesecakes, pancakes, fried pumpkin blossoms, or a pumpkin trifle, we simply love them all! And, of course, everyone knows that Easy Thanksgiving Pumpkin Pie is one of the most beloved desserts of all-time.
Now, let’s have fun and make 3 different pumpkin pie smoothies!!!
Note: with a few slight variations, each recipe can be made gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo, vegan, and vegetarian.
This first recipe is not only delicious, it’s an absolute work of art! It’s Pumpkin Pie Smoothie in a Bowl! Simply make the following pumpkin pie smoothie recipe and pour it into a bowl.
Click on the link to find > Cream of Coconut
A delicious and fun way to serve a smoothie.
- 1 banana, peeled and frozen
- 1/2 cup vanilla nonfat Greek yogurt (GF, Dairy-free, Paleo, Vegan, & Vegetarian diets use coconut yogurt)
- 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon, plus additional for garnish
- 1/4 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- 1/2 cup 2% milk (Dairy-free, Paleo, Vegan, & Vegetarian diets use almond, cashew, or coconut milk)
- 2/3 cup 100% pure canned pumpkin, unsweetened and without spices
- 1/3 cup sweetened condensed milk (Dairy-free, Paleo, Vegan, & Vegetarian diets use a 15-ounce can Cream of Coconut)
- 1 cup ice
- 1 Tbsp. chia seeds
- 1/4 cup fresh blueberries
- 1/8 cup dried cranberries (Omit, or use fresh cranberries for Paleo diet)
- 2 Tbsp. pumpkin seeds
- 6 -8 pecan halves
Combine frozen banana, yogurt, cinnamon, pumpkin pie spice, milk, pumpkin, sweetened condensed milk, and ice into a blender. Pulse until smooth. (Add more milk if you feel smoothie is too thick.) Transfer to a bowl and garnish with chia seeds, blueberries, cranberries, pumpkin seeds, and pecans. Serve immediately.
Next on the list is a Frosted Pumpkin Smoothie.
A delicious smoothie that's perfect for fall. Place serving glasses in the freezer to chill. Combine pumpkin, evaporated milk, honey, pumpkin pie spice, espresso, and ice in a blender. Pulse until smooth. (If you feel the smoothie is too thick, add a little extra milk or coconut milk.) Pour mixture into chilled serving glasses. Garnish with mint, nutmeg, cinnamon sticks, pecans. and granola. Serve immediately.
A delicious smoothie that's perfect for fall.
Place serving glasses in the freezer to chill. Combine pumpkin, evaporated milk, honey, pumpkin pie spice, espresso, and ice in a blender. Pulse until smooth. (If you feel the smoothie is too thick, add a little extra milk or coconut milk.) Pour mixture into chilled serving glasses. Garnish with mint, nutmeg, cinnamon sticks, pecans. and granola. Serve immediately.
Finally, this classic Pumpkin Pie Smoothie requires few ingredients and is extremely easy to make. It’s naturally gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo, and low-carb.
To make this recipe vegan and/or vegetarian simply use almond, cashew, or coconut milk for regular milk.
Since Anna already published this recipe in a previous blog post, rather than writing out the recipe, I’m simply going to redirect you to it by clicking on the link > HERE
For more dairy-free options click on > 12 Non-Dairy Milk Alternatives.
I’d say now is a good time to make a visit to the pumpkin patch!
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