Love apple pie? Now you can eat it for breakfast and not feel an ounce of guilt! This apple pie smoothie bowl is made with real food and classic apple pie flavor!
Feeling the apple recipes? Try our easy apple cinnamon bread or our delicious apple crisp recipe!
So Many Smoothie Options
Smoothies make the world go round! Smoothies used to be a sugar-packed breakfast made with fake fruit juices and ice. I would say that smoothies have definitely made a comeback- a HEALTHY comeback!
Smoothies are an easy way to pack a whole bunch of nutrients into one glass! We have a plethora of smoothie recipes on FFF. Here are some of our most popular smoothie recipes right now;
One thing we love to do is mix things up and instead of drinking a smoothie out of a cup, we like to make a smoothie more of a meal by making a smoothie bowl. It’s a great way to add extra toppings to a smoothie and make it a complete meal!
These apple pie smoothie bowls are packed with fruits and vegetables and a great fall breakfast option!
Apples Apples APPLES
So these smoothie bowls. They’re legit times 52. I’ve got a major thing for Apple Pie and Apple Crisp. Like, such a thing that I make it all year-round. It’s like pumpkin, it’s dubbed a fall thing and that’s just NOT OKAY. Feel free to eat this apple pie smoothie bowl throughout the year!
These smoothie bowls are made with all the classic flavors.
Applesauce- We love using applesauce in smoothie recipes rather than apples because the smoothie turns out so smooth rather than grainy. Fresh apples are delicious but give smoothies a grainy taste.
Try making our Instant Pot Apple Sauce or just buy your favorite no sugar added store-bought apple sauce!
Oats- The oats in the apple pie smoothie bowl add a hint of creaminess and earthiness. It helps to make sure that your smoothie bowl isn’t too sweet. The oats also offer a boost of antioxidants and fiber!
Cinnamon- Not only does cinnamon taste delicious, but it also has antioxidant properties and is said to be a great anti-inflammatory aid.
GREENS- The greens in this smoothie bowl are optional, but HIGHLY recommended! Honestly, you can’t even taste them. The benefits definitely out way not adding them in. You get a full serving of greens that will keep you fueled for wherever the day takes you!
Smoothie Bowl Toppings
What is a smoothie bowl without your favorite toppings? We love adding extra nutrients and crunch to our smoothie bowls. Here are our favorite topping options:
- Whole Flax Seeds
- Apple Cinnamon Granola
- Sliced Almonds
- Chopped Pecans
- Nut Butter
Healthy Smoothie Recipes
Apple Pie Smoothie Bowl
- 1 frozen banana small
- 1/2 cup non-fat vanilla Greek yogurt*
- 2/3 cup apple sauce unsweetened
- 1/4 cup rolled oats**
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup almond milk unsweetened
- optional: handful of fresh spinach or kale
- Place all ingredients in a high-speed blender. Blend until smooth.
- Serve with lots of fixings on top!
Tips & Notes
** To make paleo, omit!
Yummy! So delicious and filling! And perfect for the cold season.
I’m highly allergic to banana. Can I just add more Greek yogurt to substitute?
Do you have a version of this recipe that is sugar free for bariatric patients? 37 grams of sugar per serving is extremely high.
This looks amazing! Trying to get my kids to eat a healthier breakfast is always a challenge. Much better than eating a fruity pebbles right? 🙂
Thanks for the recipe!
😛 Hey let’s not discriminate against Fruity Pebbles. But yes, much healthier!
This looks so delicious! almost better than real apple pie because it is way easier to make and healthier. Now I can justify eating dessert for breakfast, because it’s not dessert if it’s good for me, right?
Thanks for sharing the recipe!
These look waaaaay better than actual apple pie. All about that crunchy goodness on top and so cool that its paleo.
Congrats on signing up for the race! Your smoothle bowl looks amazing… And you’re so right.. it is always about the toppings 🙂
These bowls are almost too pretty to eat! Almost 🙂 I’m going to make one for dessert tonight!
That race sounds super intense but amazing! I’m actually training for a Spartan race in December and I’m really scared. Any training tips?!
o0ooooo! A Spartan Race, that’s awesome! I’ve never done one of those, so no training tips from me 😛 Where is your race? I hope it’s somewhere fun!!!!
Smoothie bowls, they are great, I usually have them in the summer, because it’s like I’m having ice cream for breakfast. I have to try to have them in colder months as well, this apple pie version sounds delicious.
Anytime you can have ice cream for breakfast it’s going to be a good day.
Looks good! 🙂
I want, no, i need tho smoothie bowl in my life!! Apple Pie smoothie sounds incredible!!
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Lee, I didn’t get any of your posts this week. They usually come to my email. I visited your website this morning to see if you posted anything this week. Do I need to sign up for emails again? I checked my spam, and they didn’t go there.
Hey Traci! That is bizarre. I got all of the emails to my personal email, which I subscribe from. Did you check your SPAM folder?
I’m totally with you on making apple pie a year-round thing. I cannot wait to give this a try, it looks fantastic! 🙂
I’ve never been skiing, ever. I really want to try it, because it looks like I’m missing out on some fun times!
Hah, I was right! I was squinting at the first photo as I thought that smoothie bowl looked green! 😀 Sounds delicious, I love these filling, healthy and delicious breakfast recipes!
Nope, never been cc-skiing, but it sounds better (and less dangerous) than mountain skiing, and it will be double the fun since you’ll be doing it with your sis! 😉