11 Breakfast Smoothies For A Refreshing Fall Morning

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If the thought of a small bowl of cereal leaves you feeling uninspired, a breakfast smoothie may keep the morning blues away, especially during the chilly months of fall. Unlike the smoothies you’re used to sipping in the summer, these breakfast smoothie recipes are loaded with warm spices, seasonal fruits, and other nutrient-packed ingredients for a healthy and cozy start to your day.

1. Chocolate Cranberry Smoothie

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If you are trying to pack as much nutritional value into your smoothie as possible, then this chocolate cranberry smoothie is an excellent choice for you. Cranberries are full of vitamins and minerals, as well as antioxidants that are important for your health. This chocolate cranberry combination is one that you’re sure to love.

2. Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

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The comforting flavors of pumpkin pie aren’t just for dessert. You can start your day off right with this pumpkin pie smoothie. Greek yogurt, pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, and a little maple syrup for sweetening are all you need for this delicious fall-flavored smoothie.

3. Fresh Cranberry Smoothie

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If you’re looking for a tangy and refreshing smoothie to start your day, then you’re going to love this Fresh Cranberry Smoothie. Your basic ingredients are Greek yogurt, fresh cranberries, milk, and your sweetener of choice, but you could also add in your favorite ingredients like apples, spinach, or bananas.

4. Cranberry Banana Smoothie

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This Cranberry Banana Smoothie is a superfood for sure, and the flavors are amazing. Cranberries, bananas, and coconut milk are all you need for a smoothie that is sure to brighten your day.

5. Kid’s Persimmon Smoothie

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If you are looking for a smoothie that your young kids will love that also happens to be bursting with nutrition, then this persimmon smoothie is for you. It has a lightly sweet flavor that kids will love, and you can make it with just a handful of ingredients. The overall flavor is mild for young tastebuds.

6. Butternut Squash Smoothie

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Butternut squash is abundant during the fall and winter months, and we use it in everything from savory main dishes to sweet desserts, so why not add it to your Breakfast Smoothie, too? Cinnamon, cardamom, strawberries, and ginger combine to make a decadent smoothie full of fall flavors.

7. Creamy Pear Smoothie

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Pears are often forgotten when it comes to making smoothies, but they shouldn’t be. Their light, sweet flavor is perfect for blending. You’ll love this Creamy Pear Smoothie with bananas, cinnamon, cardamom, milk, and vanilla protein powder. Perfect for breakfast or an afternoon pick-me-up. 

8. Beetroot Smoothie

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If you are looking for a pretty smoothie that is also full of amazing nutrition, then this beetroot smoothie is an excellent choice for you. Beets, carrots, oranges, yogurt, bananas, raspberries, and milk are combined for a delicious smoothie packed with fall flavor. 

9. Sunrise Smoothie Boost

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It can be hard to get going on a gray fall morning, but this sunrise smoothie boost will have you ready to face the day. Orange juice, carrots, ginger, and turmeric combine for a bright and tasty smoothie that will boost your immune system and your mood.

10. Ginger Pear Smoothie

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This ginger pear smoothie is packed with nutrition and fresh fall flavors. All you need are spinach, pears, banana, almond milk, cinnamon, vanilla, and ginger. 

11. Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie

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This Chocolate Peanut Butter Smoothie tastes like dessert, but it sneaks in some healthy ingredients like riced cauliflower, dates, and chia seeds. It’s thick, creamy, and chocolatey enough to make your morning worth waking up for.

Supercharge Your Smoothies

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Wondering what to add to your morning smoothies to make them power your morning just a little bit better? Here are 15 things you can add to your smoothie to make it better.

How To Make Oat Milk At Home

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You don’t have to buy your oat milk at the store. It’s quick, easy, and much cheaper to make it at home. Plus, you won’t have any added preservatives.

How To Make Almond Milk At Home

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If store-bought almond milk always seems bland and not creamy enough, that’s because you need to make it at home instead. Here’s how to get thick, creamy almond milk that works great for your morning coffee.

5 Smoothies To Prep With Frozen Ingredients In Less Than 10 Minutes

5 Clean Eating Smoothies To Prep With Frozen Ingredients In Less Than 10 Minutes
Photo Credit: The Gracious Pantry.

Busy mornings require some quick prep on the weekends. Smoothies are one of the fastest, easiest foods to prep. Here’s how to do it.

This originally appeared on The Gracious Pantry.

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