Pumpkin Smoothie, an easy homemade drink full of pumpkin, yogurt, maple syrup, and cinnamon or pumpkin spice. A delicious breakfast or snack drink or smoothie bowl.
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This Pumpkin Smoothie is like fall in a glass! Probably a bit more healthy too than pumpkin pie, haha! Full of fall flavors like pumpkin, maple syrup, and cinnamon or pumpkin spice. Quick, easy, and delicious!
Fall is coming which means pumpkin anything and everything! I’m sure I’ll be sick of it all by November, but for now I’m going to embrace it and love it all!
If pumpkin baked goods aren’t quite in your diet at the moment, this simple Pumpkin Smoothie might help fill that void. It’s like fall in a glass with easy ingredients.
Pumpkin Smoothie Ingredients
- Unsweetened canned pumpkin
- Milk (or your favorite milk substitute)
- Ice cubes
- Plain unsweetened Greek yogurt
- Maple syrup
- Cinnamon or pumpkin spice
How to Make a Pumpkin Smoothie
- Place all the ingredients in a blender and process until creamy and smooth.
- Add more or less maple syrup depending on your personal sweetness preference.
- Add more milk as needed to get blender to process smoothie.
- Pour smoothie into glass and serve!
(Full printable recipe card is at bottom of post.)
Quick Tips for Best Results
- Use unsweetened pumpkin rather than pumpkin pie filling. You could use canned pumpkin pie filling but just know you may need to adjust the maple syrup and spice.
- Use a strong blender that can cut through the ice and make a creamy smooth smoothie.
- You may want to adjust the maple syrup and cinnamon (or pumpkin spice) depending on personal preference.
- I like to use regular milk for this smoothie but you can try your favorite milk substitute if you’d like.
Pumpkin Smoothie FAQ
How should I store this Pumpkin Smoothie?
Smoothies are generally best when consumed right away, BUT if you really want to make ahead or store the leftovers, I’d suggest pouring the smoothie in an ice cube tray, freeze, then pop out the cubes into a glass and defrost in the fridge.
Can I use something other than yogurt?
Frozen banana slices would be a great alternative or even cottage cheese. You could also use a sweetened or flavored yogurt if you’d like but may need to adjust the maple syrup and cinnamon (or pumpkin spice).
What else can I add to this smoothie?
For more of a green smoothie, you could add kale and/or spinach. Of course your favorite smoothie additions like chia seeds, protein powder, etc. would also work. Frozen banana slices or even coconut would be great too.
Can I make this into a smoothie bowl?
Yes of course! Pour the smoothie into a bowl and add your favorite toppings like chopped fruit, granola, oats, nuts, and even a dash of cinnamon or pumpkin spice.
Other Smoothie Recipes You May Enjoy
- Peaches & Cream Smoothie – Full of peaches and a great snack!
- Chocolate Smoothie – So delicious you might think it’s a milkshake.
- Key Lime Smoothie – Looks like pie in a glass, yum!
Hope you enjoy this Pumpkin Smoothie. Tell me in the comments about what spices you added!
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- Place all ingredients in a blender. Process until smooth, pour into a glass, and serve immediately.