Healthy Pumpkin Smoothie Recipe

Healthy Pumpkin Smoothies by The Hungry Goddess

Pumpkin is soooo good for you!  Rich in antioxidants and high in fiber, pumpkin is a Super Food and I have a SUPER DELICIOUS Way for you to get a healthful dose of pumpkin!

Smoothies are a great way to drink to your good health.  I used Vanilla Almond milk to sweeten the deal and Greek yogurt gives it a bit of tang.  Bee Pollen is rumored to give you an extra boost of energy.  Divine Desserts Fennel Pollen Spice adds a deep, cinnamon flavor like drinking pumpkin pie without the extra sugar.  Included in the Divine Desserts Fennel Pollen Spice is: Pollen Ranch Fennel Pollen, Orange Peel, Lemon Grass, Cayenne Pepper, Sour Plum Powder, Star Anise, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cardamom, Ginger, Vanilla Powder, Clove, Coriander AND it is USDA Certified Organic.

I made this Pumpkin Smoothie for the Pollen Ranch Spooky Fennel Pollen Recipes deal going on now through October – buy two Pollen Ranch Fennel Pollen spices and get one FREE, plus four spooky Fennel Pollen Recipes for Halloween.  Zombie Hand Meatloaf, Mummy Pizzas and Caramel Turtle Apples – just in time for your Halloween Parties!

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Pumpkin Smoothie from The Hungry GoddessIngredients:  (makes 2-3 smoothies)

6 tablespoons of Pure Pumpkin (in the can)

1 banana (ripe)

1 – 2 teaspoons Divine Desserts Fennel Pollen

1 ½ cups Vanilla Almond Milk

1 – 2 teaspoons bee pollen for garnish

2 dabs of Greek yogurt for garnish

 

Directions:

Add the pumpkin, banana, Divine Desserts and Almond Milk to the blender and blend until smooth.

Pour into cups and add a dab of yogurt and a sprinkle of bee pollen and Divine Desserts on top.

Enjoy!

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  1. I love the sound of this recipe. I will have to use it. Always looking for new and healthy recipes.

  2. I love smoothies, but have never tried pumpkin in a smoothy. I’m going to try this today. Thanks for the great recipe!

  3. wow- I’m really excited to learn about the pollen spices…. I’ve found bee pollen to be very helpful in keeping allergies at bay- don’t know if it’s true that the best results are achieved when the pollen is local… regardless, I’m trying this smoothie soon! Great recipe, I’m going to look for more 😉

    • Kimberly Moore - The Hungry Goddess Herself says:

      Thank you, Pamela! I JUST started using Bee Pollen and I adore the fennel and dill pollen spices. They really amp up a recipe. I have heard that local is best for allergies too! THANKS!

  4. This recipe sounds delicious. I’m curious, what would you recommend as an alternative to almond milk? I need to be careful about eating nuts. Could I use regular milk, or would that not be sweet enough?

    • Kimberly Moore - The Hungry Goddess Herself says:

      HI Imogen! Yes – you can substitute soy or regular milk. Taste test it and add some honey to sweeten if need be. Vanilla Greek Yogurt is great too!

  5. Susan says:

    What a great autumn drink! Thanks for sharing this.
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  6. I just love pumpkin! I will try this fabulous recipe out…I have never heard of fennel pollen…off to investigate! mmm!

    • Kimberly Moore - The Hungry Goddess Herself says:

      Deanna – you and me both! You can get the Divine Desserts Fennel Pollen online or substitute Pumpkin PIe Spice! Thank you!

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