pumpkin smoothie with homemade pumpkin pie spice

Pumpkin Smoothie with Homemade Pumpkin Spice

PUBLISHED: 10.26.2020  |  SHARE:

Celebrate this season with a fresh pumpkin smoothie, made with a homemade pumpkin spice blend. It’s basically pumpkin pie in your mouth.

Start the season off right with this pumpkin smoothie. It’s got the perfect blend of sweetness, as well as some warming spices. The fact that it tastes like a pumpkin pie in smoothie form will make you forget you’re drinking a green smoothie! Fall is my fav time of year, from the weather to the food. I can’t wait for you to try this smoothie and watch your day transform into the fall-est of fall experiences.

ingredients for pumpkin pie smoothie recipe

How to buy Pumpkin puree

Did you know that not all pumpkin puree is created equal? Even on a product as simple as this, don’t forget to check the ingredient list. Companies have been known to add in other squash as filler in their ‘pumpkin puree.’ Also, make sure to grab 100% pumpkin puree, not pumpkin pie filling. The pie filling can looks super similar, yet actually contains spices + sugar as it is meant for pie filling.

Homemade pumpkin puree for this pumpkin smoothie recipe

Making homemade pumpkin puree is also an option, and it can be frozen as well! Some say that pie pumpkins, or the cute, tiny ones you see at grocery stores, make the best puree. I’ve roasted some big ones and honestly can’t tell the difference.

To make puree, slice open a pumpkin from top the top stem to the bottom. Scoop out all the seeds, then place on a baking sheet lined with parchment. Drizzle the cut sides with a little olive oil, then place face down on the baking sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for about 45 minutes, or until the pumpkin halves are soft. Scoop out the orange flesh from each pumpkin halve, and place in a cheese cloth. Squeeze out as much excess water as you can. I like to weigh out 15 oz batches when storing my puree, so that I can grab 1 to thaw for baking. This can be stored in mason jars or reusable silicone bags. Don’t forget to leave some puree out for this pumpkin smoothie!

homemade pumpkin puree

Pumpkin smoothie ingredients

Even festive smoothies can be nutritious, and this pumpkin pie smoothie is no exception!

  • Spinach: This leafy green is full of health benefits AND doesn’t affect the taste of the smoothie. Sure the smoothie is green, yet if you closed your eyes you’d have no clue. Spinach is a great leafy green to blend into smoothies for this very reason!
  • Almond Milk: I use almond milk to create a creamy texture and also add a little bit of protein. Need to swap for another kind of plant milk? Whether it’s coconut, oat, or more, I’ve got you covered.
  • Banana: This fruit is a great natural sweetener as well as helps make a creamy smoothie. They contain dopamine, which is an antioxidant that helps reduce free radicals.
  • Mango: Frozen mango blends the pumpkin and banana together well. It’s also frozen which helps chill down this pumpkin smoothie.
  • Pumpkin: This powerhouse ingredient contains 245% of the recommended daily intake of vitamin A. It is also 94% water, making it a great, low calorie option.

Pro tip: If you want to cut down the amount of sugar in this pumpkin smoothie recipe, then you can swap the 1/2 banana for 1/4 cup of cashews or cauliflower. This way your smoothie stays creamy, and your blood sugar stays happy.

two pumpkin smoothies topped with homemade pumpkin spice

Homemade Pumpkin Spice Blend

This pumpkin smoothie recipe calls for 1 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice, which can be store bought or homemade. If you don’t have any on hand, then whip some up at home! My simple recipe includes:

  • 1/4 cup ground cinnamon
  • 3 tablespoons ground ginger
  • 1 teaspoon ground nutmeg
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cardamom (optional)

Just add these spices to a jar and shake, then it’s ready to use. Don’t be afraid to adjust the spice amounts based on taste preferences. The cardamom adds a bit of complexity to the flavor of the mix, which I like. And, you can use this spice blend for other recipes too!

How to add pumpkin spice to everything

This spice blend is a super fun way to add fall flavor to a multitude of dishes. Here’s how (and where) I like to add it:

  • Pumpkin pancakes: add it into the batter, sprinkle it on top of some coconut whipped cream, or mix it into the maple syrup.
  • Protein bars: swap in pumpkin spice instead of the cinnamon, and use dates or raisins for the dried fruit. You can also swap in 1 cup of pumpkin puree for 1 cup of the mashed banana.
  • Vanilla protein shake: add in 2 tsp of pumpkin spice to this smoothie recipe.
  • Candied pecans: swap the cinnamon with this blend, then top that roasted sweet potato, salad, or smoothie with a decadent fall topping.

You can even add this spice blend to your coffee or oatmeal; just have fun with it! Does this pumpkin smoothie sound like something you want to try? Drop a comment to let me know!

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Pumpkin Smoothie

  • Author: Jen Hansard
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 serving 1x
  • Category: Smoothie
  • Method: Blending
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Vegan

Description

Stock your own kitchen with some pumpkin cheer! Pumpkin, particularly the flesh of the pumpkin, is packed with fiber (great for digestion and feeling fuller longer), vitamin A (great for your eyes), and iron (great for healthy blood). And when you blend it with the perfect combination of ingredients, this nutritious food turns into a deliciously-healthy treat. Autumn has never tasted and felt so good!


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Ingredients

  • 1 cup fresh spinach
  • 1 cup almond milk (unsweetened)
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin (unsweetened (canned or fresh))
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1/2 cup mango
  • 1 teaspoon pumpkin spice
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Instructions

  1. Blend spinach and almond milk until smooth.
  2. Add remaining ingredients and blend until smooth. Enjoy!

Keywords: pumpkin smoothie, pumpkin spice, pumpkin pie smoothie

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  1. Jessica says:

    A green smoothie that tastes like a slice of pumpkin pie??? Yes, please.

  2. Amanda says:

    This recipe is like fall in a mason jar!

  3. Kat says:

    When I first saw mango in the ingredients, I wasn’t sure. But it totally works! All the fall flavors I love. Delicious!

  4. Kim says:

    Yes! #pumpkineverything
    Such a yummy seasonal smoothie!

  5. Erin says:

    I often switch between this smoothie and the Maple Pumpkin one in the fall, because they’re both amazing… and I LOVE pumpkin. Great fall smoothie!

  6. Jill says:

    I love this smoothie!!! Perfect for fall!

  7. Emichelle McDow says:

    This is delicious! Thank you!! I love all things pumpkin!

  8. Dani Mitchell says:

    Can I use fresh pumpkin in this? If so, how would you do that? I’m not a fan of the canned stuff.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      You can def use fresh pumpkin, Dani. I would get a pie pumpkin and roast it like you would if you were making pumpkin pie filling. Happy blending!

  9. Mo G. says:

    Amazing smoothie!! Just make it again to snack on. The pumpkin and vanilla extract are such a great combination.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      So glad that you loved it!! Pumpkin and vanilla really bring all the fall feels πŸ™‚

  10. Cassandra D says:

    Wonderful ingredients. I would love to make this and start my day. Thank you for the information.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      You are very welcome, Cassandra!!! Let us know how you like it when you give it a try!

  11. Alissabeth says:

    This is my least favorite recipe. The flavor is there for fall but the taste is not wowing. Something just doesn’t mesh right for me.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Some recipes might not work for some and that might be the case with this one for you. Feel free to add or take away some of the ingredients to really make this one work for you.

  12. Jalin Bingham says:

    This was a good recipe, but it is not one that I would crave. It is a great for fall for sure to bring in the pumpkin pie without tons of calories.

  13. Amy J says:

    I’ve not used pumpkin in a smoothie yet, so looking forward to giving it a try!

  14. Shelli Boer says:

    Fall is here! Love Love Love!

  15. Phyllis Lipford says:

    Love this recipe!

  16. Rachel says:

    It was pretty good. A little too thick tasting (I guess between the pumpkin and the banana). I think next time I will add more almond milk.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Rachel, you can def make it less thick by adding more liquid. Give that a try next time!

  17. Michele Powers-Hardy says:

    This is the BOMB!!! I can’t wait to try it with some fresh pumpkin. Thank you for this wonderful recipe!

  18. AnnMarie Gomes says:

    Loved the Fall feel of this one. Delicious as ever!

  19. Jeana says:

    Wow!! This is delicious!! I am all about pumpkins in the fall! ! I am actually low in potassium so always looking for delicious recipes and this smoothie has so much nutritional value in it. Green Smoothies are a regular part of my daily diet and this smoothie is going right into my regular mix! I love this site!

  20. Paula says:

    I take back my comment that yesterday’s smoothie was my favourite. This smoothie is definitely number 1! (To be safe, I’ll add β€˜so far’)

  21. Julia says:

    Not my fave from the challenge this week. It was a little sour. I appreciated the touch of vanilla to make it more “warm” tasting.

  22. Maureen Kirkpatrick says:

    Yummy!

  23. b says:

    Perfect blend for fall!

  24. JoAn says:

    Thanks for this great smoothie recipe for Fall.
    Will substitute pineapple or peaches for mango.

  25. Laurie says:

    Love!!

  26. Ellen says:

    I LOVE THIS SMOOTHIE!! I love everything pumpkin, and this green smoothie did not disappoint. I am following along with the 7-day fall challenge, and I have to be honest. I did this one on day 2 because I couldn’t wait lol. The balance of flavors was just spot on, and I especially loved the addition of the pumpkin pie spice and vanilla. Such a healthy morning treat that’s totally getting me in the mood for fall and cooler weather. I will be making this one again and again. Thank you, Jen!

  27. The Pumpkin Spice Smoothie is one of my favorites! This challenge gave me several recipes to put on my smoothie rotation list!

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Yay!!! That is why we love these challenges so much. It helps everyone try new recipes!!

  28. Cindy Brettschneider says:

    So easy to make. A friend had given me some pumpkin she had frozen. No canned for me! And it was delicious. I love the energy I get from daily smoothies.

  29. Laura Allison says:

    An unexpected surprise of Autumn goodness.

  30. Tiffany Richardson says:

    This has to be one of my favorites! Its perfect for the switch to fall. And while I wish I could drink pumpkin spice lattes everyday its neither healthy or practical. This smoothy gives me the best of both worlds.

    • SGS Rawkstar Carissa says:

      Thanks Tiffany! It really is the best craving when you are wanting the pumpkin spice flavors that are starting up now. Yummm I love fall!!!

  31. Rachel says:

    My kids and I absolutely LOVE this smoothie! I packed it full of kale and swapped mango for a peach (it’s what I had on hand). My youngest licked the cup clean!

  32. Kristin says:

    Do you have a suggestion to swap for the mango? I can’t have it as I’m following a low FODMAP diet for IBS. (No stone fruits allowed ) I’d love your help, if you have an idea!

    • SGS Rawkstar Amanda says:

      Hey Kristin,

      Yes we do. You can totally substitute the mango for pineapple, papaya, or peaches.

      Hope you enjoy it!!

  33. Marie says:

    How about an eggnog smoothy.

    • SGS Rawkstar Amanda says:

      Hi Marie,

      We love holiday inspired recipes! And will definitely add “eggnog” to our green smoothie inspiration!

  34. mcb says:

    Just made this and it is delicious! I used half coconut milk and half vanilla almond milk so I did not add the vanilla extract. A great way to use pumpkin, thanks!

  35. Vreni says:

    Hi, got a question! (Again… though different place this time.)

    In the recipe it says “1 cup pumpkin, unsweetened (canned or fresh)”. Now, pumpkins aren’t really readily served in cans up here in the Netherlands, but I can get my hands on fresh pumpkins. I was just wondering, though… Do you guys cook the pumpkin first or do you throw it in the mix raw? I’m a bit hesitant about raw pumpkin, to be honest, so I’d love to hear from you about this!

    Other than that, sounds like a great recipe for the days to come! (It’s all wet and blustery weather up here, very autumny… Perfect pumpkin weather, though!)

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Vreni,

      Another great question! Keep them coming! I personally love to roast pumpkins, blend into a puree, then store in the fridge or freezer until I’m ready to use in a green smoothie recipe or other kitchen inspiration!

      Angela Liddon from “Oh She Glows” has great instructions for creating pumpkin puree from scratch…

      https://ohsheglows.com/2012/09/10/how-to-roast-a-sugar-pumpkin-make-fresh-pumpkin-puree-a-step-by-step-photo-tutorial/

      Getting excited for apple + pumpkin picking, + everything pumpkin spice!

      HAPPY FALL! πŸ™‚

      • Vreni says:

        Roasting pumpkin sounds like a great idea, and I’ll definitely check out the site. Thanks so much! Lucky for me, I already made my own pumpkin spice last year, so that’s waiting for me to use. πŸ˜€ (Yes, no pumpkin spice readily available in the store either…)

        Happy fall to you all as well! πŸ™‚

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Vreni,

      Yum! Love having pumpkin spice on hand, especially with the cooler weather starting! We’re coming out with a new meal plan called “Let’s Eat,” dinner recipes for a whole month… + we include our very own pumpkin spice recipe!!

      Cheers πŸ™‚

  36. Anna says:

    Mmmmm…. one of my new favorites! This will definitely keep me away from those sugary pumpkin spice Starbucks lattes!

  37. Linnett says:

    This smoothie is wonderful. I used sweet potatoe instead of pumpkin and used cinnamon, no vanilla extract but added vanilla plant based protein.

  38. Tara says:

    I added chia seeds to mine and some extra cinnamon. Pretty yummy but I had to put it in a colored glass because it looks like pureed peas baby food lol.

  39. sonja says:

    I always cut pumpkins and freeze them to make soup. Can I use these chunks of pumpkin a smoothie??

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Yes, just make sure your blender can handle to frozen chunks. You might want to let the pumpkin thaw a little before blending. πŸ™‚

  40. Elaine says:

    Would you suggest cooking the fresh pumpkin or adding it raw?

  41. claudia says:

    i am loving this program!!
    would you please comment on the use of matcha powder in the smoothies and also advise on the amounts to use. thank you!

  42. Barbara says:

    Almond milk is not allowed for me since I have a severe allergic reaction to almonds and other types of nuts. Would this smoothie still work with water instead of the almond milk? Any other suggestions that I could substitute for the almond milk? Thanks!

  43. ron says:

    I’m surprised the recipes don’t show more chia and flax as well as other seeds and nuts, like sunflower, pumpkin, almonds, cashew etc.

  44. Carol says:

    I have to say I was a little dubious. I have only recently begun to appreciate the flavor of pumpkin (in pumpkin spiced lattes and in pumpkin cake rolls!) I have never liked pumpkin pie. BUT, I had leftover canned pumpkin from a pumpkin roll I made and decided this would be a good way to use it. I used 2 mangoes (a little more than a cup, perhaps, but I didn’t measure it after I cut it up) 1 cup coconut milk, 1 cup water, 1.5 banana (1 frozen, 1/2 room temp) and the recommended spice, vanilla and spinach. As someone else pointed out, the color was that of split pea soup, but I didn’t let that stop me from trying it. I told myself I couldn’t waste it even if I didn’t like it, mostly because I don’t like to throw food away, but also because I know it has amazing nutritional value. All that to say, I loved it! Unlike the comments from another post, I found this smoothie to be very filling, and full of flavor. I had to come out of my smoothie box to try it (I usually always go back to beginners luck-type smoothies), but am so glad I did! Thanks.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Carol.

      Thanks for the post. So happy to hear you stepped out of your comfort zone to try this one. We love Beginner’s Luck so much too and it can be hard to switch it up sometimes, even for us! πŸ™‚ Keep blendin’ those leafy greens, Carol. πŸ™‚

  45. Samantha says:

    This was not my favorite out of all the recipes. I don’t like mangos either so I used frozen peaches and just a few pineapples. I couldn’t taste the pumpkin so I added a little extra pumpkin spice. Love everything you all do though!

  46. KK says:

    Obsessed. very filling!

  47. Green Smoothie Fan says:

    I tried this today because I LOVE pumpkin but I have to say it was my least favorite. I don’t know if it’s because I didn’t have pumpkin spice so I used cinnamon & nutmeg or what…but I couldn’t drink it. Plus my blender overheated and it made the drink warm so that didn’t help. I think my smoothie blender is done in. But I have a back-up Ninja. So I dumped out the pumpkin because I couldn’t drink it and decided to
    create something new (or maybe it’s a recipe here but I haven’t seen it). I’ll call it a Choco Coco Nutty I guess and here’s how I made it – it makes ONE serving:

    1 cup fresh spinach
    3/4 cup unsweetened chocolate almond milk
    1/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond coconut milk
    1 frozen banana
    1/2 cup fresh or frozen pitted cherries.
    Add a serving of chocolate or vanilla protein powder if you want, or 1/2 cup soaked raw almonds.

    Blend the milk and spinach first, of course.
    Add frozen banana and blend well
    Add the rest of the ingredients and blend til smooth.

    I added protein powder this time because I forgot to soak almonds. Substitute the cherries for strawberries or whatever fruit you’d like with chocolate. Oh and I added 1 tsp of chia seeds as I always do. You can add cacao powder, too if you want it even more chocolatey.

    I love it. Hope you do, too.

    • Green Smoothie Fan says:

      P.S. the vanilla almond coconut milk mentioned above is ALMOND milk, not coconut milk, I typed that backwards, just thought I should clarify that. I use Almond Breeze – they have an unsweetened vanilla coconut almond flavor, it’s yummy.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Green Smoothie Fan!

      Thanks so much for sharing your recipe and your input on the recipe! Glad you found a recipe that you enjoy! Keep blending those leafy greens!

  48. Robyn says:

    I accidentally emailed you yesterday with a blank email-my bad πŸ˜‰

    Please can you clarify for me the issue with dairy milk?are coconut and almond milk different? How?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Robyn!

      Great question! We’ve talked with a lot of nutritionists and milk isn’t all that it’s been hyped up to be. Dairy is one of the highest diet allergies (and often goes undiagnosed), yet can cause inflammation and infections. And if you aren’t buying organic milk, you’re also getting doses of antibiotics, hormones, etc that can tip your own body out of whack. So we just avoid milk for our family (and opt for almond milk). We get our calcium from plant-based sources mainlyβ€” broccoli, spinach and kale.

      It’s definitely a personal choice, and you just have to decide what works best for you and your family.

      Coconut milk is squeezed from the meat of the coconut which produces a sweet and tasty liquid. Though it is high in protein, fiber, and other micronutrients, it is also high in calories and fat. For this reason we recommend using coconut milk as a liquid-base only for special indulgences–maybe for date night desserts. This milk does help to protect your heart, but it will cost you in other areas if used on a regular basis.

      Almond milk is a lactose-free, warm flavored liquid that will provide you with vitamin E, protein, and fiber. Since it is lactose free it is easily digestible, and its even low in fat and cholesterol free. If possible, find an unsweetened kind of almond milk to stay away from the high amounts of sugar. Its a great base for those fall months!

  49. Eric says:

    I did not like it..

  50. Beka Anne says:

    Hi, first of all, LOVE LOVE LOVE you all. Thanks so much for all that you do! I just wanted to let you know that this recipe populated under banana-free recipes, although it includes banana. Anyway, I saw the comment about doubling the mango, so that’s great to know. Just wanted to let you know, thanks again for everything!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Beka.

      Thanks for joining us and for you excitement for green smoothies. If you’re allergic to bananas (or just can’t stand the taste), some great banana substitutes are:

      Mango
      Papaya
      Pear
      Chia seeds
      Fresh dates
      Nut Butters
      Unsweetened applesauce
      Avocado (won’t add the sweetness, but will definitely add the thick and creamy texture)

  51. Jiyu says:

    Hi, Im just quite not sure if pumpkin should be baked or not.

  52. Jami says:

    How about a chai-based smoothie? Warm, spicy with a kick of black tea?

  53. Alpa says:

    what is pumpkin spice ?? thanks

  54. SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

    Hey Janet.

    Thanks for the comment. Yes. Next time try 1/2 or 3/4 cup instead of the 1 cup. Was your pumpkin in the can sweetened? Sometimes that can cause it to be overpowering too. πŸ™‚

  55. Rachel says:

    What is a good substitute for the banana?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Rachel.

      Try doubling the mango or adding an avocado in place of the banana. πŸ™‚ Hope that helps.

  56. Charlie says:

    LOVE THIS! I didn’t have banana handy so I used a cup of red apples instead. It was AMAZING!

  57. Barbara Butler says:

    I’d like to use sweet potatoes instead of pumpkin, and because I’m allergic to mango use peaches, kale instead of spinach (affects my gout).

    This is going to be my Thanksgiving dessert!

  58. Kiran says:

    Hey SGS team!
    Do you think this would work using water as the liquid?
    TIA~
    Kiran

  59. Megan says:

    How about a Gingerbread Smoothie???

  60. Katie @ A Place to Dwell says:

    So happy I found your website this week! I’m new to making green smoothies, and I’m excited to try your recipes! πŸ™‚

    What’s the main difference between this recipe and your other pumpkin spice recipe? πŸ™‚ Do they have a similar taste/nutritional value?
    https://simplegreensmoothies.com/recipes/pumpkin-smoothie

    Thanks!!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Kate.

      Thanks for the comment. The recipe that you linked is sweetened with a carrot and banana, but we use a banana and mango in this recipe. Both are great choices for your pumpkin fix. πŸ™‚

  61. Jennifer says:

    Made this and it’s very good! Not exactly “pumpkin pie” but tasty!
    One thing I noticed is that it seems less filling than I’d like – and I drank 20oz over 2 1/2 hour period. Am considering adding coconut oil or another form of protein.
    Suggestions welcome…

  62. Abby says:

    I can’t see the ingredients or directions for this recipe or any of the other new ones you’ve posted, on either my ipad or a windows laptop. It’s just blank under the headers “ingredients” or “directions”. I’m sad, the new recipes all look so yummy! Any idea why this is happening?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Abby.

      Thanks for letting us know. I checked this recipe out on my iPad and it is showing the ingredients and directions. Sorry you are up able to see them, not sure why that is happening:

      Ingredients

      2 cups spinach
      2 cups almond milk, unsweetened
      1 cup plain canned pumpkin, unsweetened (or fresh pumpkin)
      1 banana
      1 cup mango
      1 teaspoon pumpkin spice
      1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

      Directions

      1. Blend spinach and almond milk until smooth.

      2. Add remaining ingredients, and blend until smooth. Enjoy!

      • Abby says:

        Ok, I just figured it out — it’s a browser issue. It’s Chrome. I can see everything just fine in IE. BTW, in Chrome I can’t even see the ingredients and directions in your comment! I can see all of the other text.

    • Jennifer says:

      Abby, you might need to clean out your browsers; History, Cookies, etc.
      Good luck!

  63. Julie says:

    I tried this today and it was a pea soup color! The flavor was a little strange too. I think I’ll give it one more try but without the spinach…

  64. deanna says:

    It is pumpkin time and I cant wait to try this smoothie. It looks delish. thanks for the recipe. I have done my own version in the past but will definitely try yours.

  65. John W says:

    Hi – this recipe looked so yummy, but when I went to the store, I couldn’t find any pumpkin or pumpkin spice (I live in Thailand and those aren’t popular ingredients. But, I did find some yams and cinnamon that I used as substitutes and it turned out great! Like a little pumpkin pie party in my mouth!

  66. Lourdes says:

    I love pumpkin and mango, what a good combination, can’t wait to try it.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      πŸ™‚ YUM! Let us know how it goes, Lourdes. I love mangos and pumpkins too. πŸ™‚

  67. Katrina says:

    Great recipe ladies!! I am so excited to try this today. The pumpkin spice l’atte is my FAVE fall drink. I am stoked for a healthier version..

    Also.. you must tell me where to find the diamond patterned mason jar. I must have it!

    Thanks

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Katrina!

      So glad you are going to try this green smoothie! πŸ™‚

      Another Rawkstar Team Member has that exact jar, but I got a tall, skinny, diamond print one at Hobby Lobby. Hope you can still find one. πŸ™‚

  68. Carla says:

    Christy, what about pear instead of mango?

  69. REBECCA says:

    Instead of using the banana and mango (I have issues with Candida overgrowth) I will use 1 avocado and a few drops of French Vanilla Stevia!
    Yummy!

  70. I never would have thought to put pumpkin in a smoothie. Thanks for the recipe – pinning it now!

  71. Bex says:

    Wow this looks and sounds yummy. Can’t wait to try this one!

  72. Lezlie M says:

    Thank you for this healthy alternative. I can’t wait to try this.

  73. Christy says:

    I love pumpkin, but I’m not a huge fan of mango. What would be a good substitution?

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