Fall is in the air and with that comes all things pumpkin! Smoothies are no exception to this rule. Yes, the weather is getting cooler but we can still enjoy a smoothie, especially when it’s a nice Pumpkin Spice Smoothie!
The nice thing about this smoothie is you are getting some amazing benefits from the pumpkin. Pumpkin is full of vitamin A which is important for eye and bone health as well as building a strong immune system. Pumpkins are high in antioxidants too! Not to mention, pumpkin has even more potassium than bananas! So much goodness! Feel free to use store-bought pumpkin puree
but of course homemade pumpkin puree
This smoothie is a glass of fall loveliness that you must try for yourself! This recipe makes enough for two nice size glasses so you can even share this great smoothie….or have two glasses all for yourself. Don’t worry, I won’t tell!
Pumpkin Spice Smoothie
2 cups yogurt/milk
2 frozen bananas
1/2 cup pumpkin puree
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1/8 tsp ginger
1/32 tsp stevia (optional)
Place all ingredients into blender. Blend until smooth. Sip and enjoy.
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