20 Delicious Fall Smoothie Recipes
Smoothies and shakes may look alike, but for the most part, their similarities stop there. A milkshakes base is most often dairy milk or ice cream. Then either some flavored syrups or fruit is blended together. They don’t hold much nutritional value and aren’t generally used as a meal replacement but more of a sweet treat.
Smoothies on the other hand are made from blending whole fruits, vegetables, nuts, and liquids. They’re often enjoyed as a meal on their own because of the higher nutrition content. Especially if you add a scoop of green powder or protein powder to the recipe.
The fall season has so many amazing flavors to enjoy. So many of the season’s fresh fruits and vegetables can be added to your smoothie recipes. In fact, this list of 20 Delicious Fall Smoothie Recipes is long enough that you can wake up every morning and try a new one of these fall smoothies.
20 Delicious Fall Smoothie Recipes
You may be wondering about how to make a smoothie with a hard potato. But the answer is easier than you might think. Next time you’re baking sweet potatoes, put some extra in for this smoothie. This Recipe from Dishing Up The Dirt tastes like sweet potato pie and only takes about 5 minutes to make. Just put the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth!
If you love figs then this recipe from Kitchen Confidante is for you! Figs and almonds are combined to make this creamy, sweet, nutty smoothie. What better way to start a fall morning!
This smoothie recipe has only five ingredients that include frozen apples and almond milk. This apple pie protein smoothie tastes just like dessert with the added bonus of extra protein. Get the full recipe here.
Pecans normally start making their fall appearance in the form of pies. But here’s a new take on that. This recipe from Damy Health uses sweet dates, pecans, and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg to make this a healthy protein-filled smoothie.
This smoothie from Happy Healthy Mama is a sneaky way to get in some extra servings of vegetables into your daily diet. The warming spices and fall vegetables taste like autumn in a glass.
This vegan smoothie from Blissful Basil combines pears, Medjool dates, almonds, cardamom, vanilla, and… cauliflower! Bet you weren’t expecting that last ingredient. The result is a creamy, nutty, and energizing smoothie that hits the spot.
This apple smoothie by Vitamix the king of blenders is made from fresh apples, yogurt, and apple pie spice. This makes this smoothie a super easy low-calorie indulgence. All you have to do is place the ingredients in the blender and blend!
Maple syrup, caramel sauce, brown sugar, seasonings such as nutmeg, ginger, allspice, cloves, and of course the star fall flavor pumpkin. These ingredients blended together will you give you a worthy pumpkin pie dessert in a cup. Get the full recipe from Averie Cooks.
A lot of the smoothies on this list taste like dessert. So here’s a recipe from With Food And Love. Kale, parsley, pear, and apple cider come together to help balance out the rest of the season’s indulgences.
Who says smoothies have to be cold? Pear, almond milk, and maple syrup sweeten up this recipe while ginger gives it some spice. This warm smoothie from Danette May is perfect for a cool fall morning.
This cranberry orange smoothie is packed with vitamin C and probiotics from the kombucha. Drink it every morning to give your immune system a boost and ward off cold season. Get the full recipe here.
Not only does lime, apple, and mint make this green smoothie super refreshing it also makes you forget that your drinking a bucket of greens. Get the full recipe for this tart refresher from A Beautiful Mess.
Celebrate the fall season with this velvety butternut cinnamon date smoothie. Sweetened with dates and flavored with cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, and ginger. You’ll be missing out if you don’t give this recipe from Oh She Glows a try.
This smoothie from Blissful Basil tastes like a sweet and spicy chai latte. It’s made thick and creamy with frozen banana and spiced with vanilla, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, and cloves.
Make the most of fig season with this delicious smoothie. This simple recipe is made with sweet fresh figs, frozen banana vanilla, and almond milk. Get the full recipe here.
Made with oats, greek yogurt, and bananas this healthy breakfast smoothie only takes two minutes to make. Sweetened with brown sugar and flavored with cinnamon and vanilla it’s a healthy and delicious way to start the day. Add a scoop of vanilla protein powder for extra protein. You can find the full recipe here.
Here’s another hot smoothie to warm you. Only this one from Kitchen Sanctuary comes caffeinated. This smoothie starts with dark chocolate, almond milk, and espresso. You blend with oats, chia, maca, and hazelnuts for a comforting smoothie that’s tasty and nutritious.
Pumpkin and gingerbread are the aromas of the holiday season. Rolled oats and chia seeds make this a hearty smoothie. But the molasses, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg make it taste like pie. Follow the whole recipe here from Oh She Glows.
This smoothie is super healthy and has only four ingredients. Pomegranate juice, frozen berries, banana, and greek yogurt blend into a delicious, creamy, antioxidant-packed smoothie. Get the recipe from Just So Tasty.
This smoothie from Crazy for Crust tastes like a caramel apple, only healthier and easier to eat! With only four ingredients, milk, diced apple, apple juice, and caramel sauce, this can be made in just a few minutes. Then topped with whip cream to make it a true dessert!
Which of these smoothies sound best to you? Are there any more smoothies that you think I should be add to this list? If after the holidays you’re ready to move on from smoothies to fresh juice, here’s a list of my favorite fresh juice recipes!