This Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie combines the seasonal goodness of pumpkin puree, the creaminess of coconut yogurt, and the richness of almond butter. A frozen banana adds a milkshake-like texture without weighing you down. Boosted with a scoop of vegan vanilla protein powder and frozen cauliflower, this pumpkin pie smoothie is a healthier alternative to sugary drinks. A rejuvenating post-workout breakfast or snack that captures the essence of fall in every sip. You’ll never waste leftover pumpkin puree again.
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Why You’ll Love This Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie Recipe
Seasonal delight – Nothing says fall like a tall glass of pumpkin pie shake with the comforting flavors of pumpkin pie spice and pumpkin puree. It’s like sipping on liquid pumpkin pie without all the calories! You might even want to skip dessert and opt for this pumpkin smoothie instead!
Rich in nutrients – This pumpkin pie protein shake is a powerhouse of nutrition. The pumpkin puree is packed with essential nutrients, vitamins A and C, while the vegan protein powder provides a generous dose of plant-based protein to keep you feeling full for hours!
Quick and easy – Being a mix-it-all recipe, this pumpkin protein shake is a breeze to make even on busy mornings. Better yet, prepare 2 servings at a time and store one in a mason jar in the refrigerator for the next day.
Versatile – Don’t limit this pumpkin spice protein shake to breakfast; it’s a great post-workout companion or an afternoon pick-me-up snack.
How to Make a Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie
Mix everything in a blender:
Place all ingredients including frozen banana, frozen cauliflower, vegan vanilla protein powder, coconut yogurt, pumpkin puree, soy milk, almond butter and pumpkin pie spice in your blender.
Blend until smooth:
Blend until smooth and creamy.
Pour your pumpkin pie protein smoothie into a glass and add ice cubes if desired.
Tips for Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie Recipe
Get perfect consistency: If your pumpkin protein smoothie is too thick, add a little more soy milk. Or if it’s too thin, add a few ice cubes.
Protein powder counts: Use a high-quality protein powder with no added sugar.
Use ripe banana: A ripe banana provides natural sweetness and a creamy texture. If you want an even sweeter smoothie, add maple syrup or a Medjool date!
Optional toppings: Take it a step further by adding toppings like coconut whipped cream, pumpkin seeds, a sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice, or a sprinkle of coconut shreds.
Remaining storage: Store leftover pumpkin smoothies in an airtight container in the refrigerator for the next day. Shake it well or stir before drinking to restore its creamy consistency.
Substitutions and variations
Prepare it without nuts: For a nut-free variation, omit the almond butter or replace it with a nut-free alternative like sunflower seed butter.
Make it soy-free: If you’re not a fan of soy milk, replace it with another plant-based milk of your choice, such as almond, oat, or cashew milk.
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Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie
This Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie combines the seasonal goodness of pumpkin puree, the creaminess of coconut yogurt, and the richness of almond butter. A frozen banana adds a milkshake-like texture without weighing you down. Boosted with a scoop of vegan vanilla protein powder and frozen cauliflower, this pumpkin pie smoothie is a healthier alternative to sugary drinks. You’ll never waste leftover pumpkin puree again.
Portion: 1portionCalories: 582kilocaloriesCarbohydrates: 62.5gProtein: 41gFat: 19.8gSaturated fat: 4.6gPolyunsaturated fats: 5.15gMonounsaturated fat: 6:25 a.m.gSodium: 380.8mgPotassium: 1345mgFiber: 12.3gSugar: 29.6gVitamin A: 548.02UIVitamin C: 31.37mgCalcium: 496.5mgIron: 8.4mg