A delicious pumpkin smoothie made with your morning coffee so you don’t have to choose between the two!
Our pumpkin smoothie recipe tastes like a frozen pumpkin latte, but is actually healthy and made with frozen banana, pumpkin puree, coffee, and pumpkin pie spice!
Did someone say that this smoothie tastes like a frozen pumpkin latte?! That’s right, it’s your lucky day because this amazing drink is everything you’ve ever wanted in a fall smoothie.
Best Fall Smoothie
In my opinion, the best kind of fall smoothie includes some kind of fall-inspired fruit or veggie such as pumpkin, apple, squash, etc. AND some kind of cinnamon-based spice blend.
With this pumpkin smoothie recipe, you’re going to get just that! The basis of this smoothie is made from frozen bananas and pumpkin puree and has a handful of amazing fall-inspired ingredient additions.
- frozen banana
- pumpkin puree
- pumpkin pie spice
- maple syrup
- almond milk
I’m sure there is one ingredient that sticks out and? It’s the coffee! We love adding a little bit of coffee to our morning smoothie because not only does it give you a caffeine boost, but coffee actually helps bring out all of the amazing fall flavors. That little bit of acidity does wonders for flavor profiles.
Once blended, your smoothie should taste pretty similar to pumpkin pie filling. I mean, look at how gorgeous it looks blended.
From there, transfer your pumpkin pie smoothie into 2 glasses and add your toppings!
- whipped topping
- pumpkin pie spice
- mini chocolate chips
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The Best Pumpkin Smoothie
- 2 medium frozen bananas
- 1/2 cup unsweetened pumpkin puree
- 3/4 cup coffee cold (I just used leftover from the morning's pot!)
- 3/4 cup milk any kind
- 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
- 1 teaspoon maple syrup
- Place all ingredients into a high-speed blender.
- Blend on high for around 1 minute, stopping to scrape the sides if needed.
- Serve immediately with your favorite whipped topping.
Tips & Notes
- Nutrition information does not include toppings.
- The photos in this post were updated on October 4, 2019.
I just got this for breakfast , delicious 😋
Gonna try that recipe, looks delicious!
Okay do not add extra bananas.. Omg. Too much banana. Also I’m gonna throw ice cubes next time.
Genius idea to add the banana for a sweetener! I am making one of these today!
Well I know what I’m making tomorrow morning (this can be included in breakfast right ;).
I love pumpkin recipes, thanks for sharing!
Yum!!!! I don’t drink plain coffee but I would totally drink this!
This look amazing! Definitely making this to sip on tomorrow morning.
Looks great girl! You are killin’ it!
This looks so good! Just added it to my “to try” document!
Yay! You’ll have to let me know how it goes once you make it!
oh my god this looks amazing… I always prefer iced/cold. I think its a New England thing… we order iced coffees from dunks a lot in the winter!
This makes me wish that I drank coffee!!! 🙁
what did you use to ‘pipe’ the whipped cream?
I MUST try this!!!! I have noticed your photography looking mighty beautiful. Can’t wait to hear more about the photography course tomorrow…. I may be interested!
the photos are fan-freaking-tastic on this one. Might have to take that course! 😀
Well thanks! I used your suggestion and finally tried a dark background.
That sounds so amazing!! I will have to try it in the middle of the day when it is sunny-in MN it is cold again! 🙂
Oh Minnesota. I could do without winter this year!
coconut milk– I’ve been meaning to try it and still haven’t! this recipe might be my first try 🙂