This is a special holiday recipe because it is one of the few recipes we have that contains added sugar. Our pumpkin smoothie recipe should taste just like smooth iced pumpkin pie. If you can perfect this recipe you'll be able to surprise the whole family come Thanksgiving with an alternative to the normal boring pumpkin pie.
This holiday-inspired smoothie recipe can be served all year round with its refreshing citrus overtones. Bathe your cells in healthy vitamin A, and keep your digestive tract flowing smoothly with this high fiber, brightly colored smoothie. You will not be able to control your craving for this one after you make it for the first time. Pure pumpkin combined with fresh carrots light up the room and your day with a bright orange hue! If you have oranges in refrigerator that are high in pulp and not very tasty to eat, juice them and use that fresh juice for this recipe. Or you could try throwing the entire orange in – minus the skin and seeds.
’Tis the season! Tie one on with this versatile, healthy rendition of traditional eggnog. The tartness of the plain yogurt complements the eggnog perfectly giving the smoothie a mild eggnog flavor while providing probiotics to keep your GI tract healthy. This smoothie recipe has about 250 calories without alcohol and about 350 with alcohol, so if you are watching calories, use this as a dessert or treat. Do not forget the nutmeg as a garnish on top. In the herbalist community, nutmeg is known for many medicinal properties, including enhanced brain function and as a cure for hiccups and digestive complaints.
A delicious combination of bananas, whipped cream, and your favorite berries or grapes (we chose green grapes). Our banana cream pie recipe is a fun dessert style alternative recipe that tastes like a banana cream pie in your blender!