Fall Anyone? Pumpkin Smoothie

2 Oct

Mmmm….the delicious taste of fall in a glass!

I saw some beautiful pumpkins at the grocery store this week and it prompted me to try this pumpkin smoothie recipe below. I typically never add sugar to my smoothies, but this one is pretty bland without it.

To freeze the pumpkin puree, simply pour it from your blender (or a can!) into an ice cube tray or silicone brownie mold pan. Once frozen, transfer to a freezer bag for storage and use in recipes like this one!

Pumpkin Smoothie

Simply blend the following ingredients in blender on high for approximately one minute:

–1 cup coconut milk

–1 large dollop greek yogurt

–1/2 cup frozen pumpkin puree

–1 tsp. cane sugar

–sprinkle of cinnamon

–sprinkle of nutmeg

–top with whipped cream and cinnamon and add a cinnamon stick

Note: vanilla ice cream would be a delicious alternative to the yogurt if you’re not concerned about the calories

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2 Responses to “Fall Anyone? Pumpkin Smoothie”

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    These bright and beautiful members of the squash family are low in calories, high in fiber,
    and bursting with rich, nutty flavor that is
    delicious on its own and a perfect compliment to both
    sweet and savory holiday dishes. Once you have a full pantry, cooking will be much more enjoyable.
    Pondering what else pumpkin seeds can provide for diet.


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