Delicious Smoothies You’ll Want to Sip All Season Long

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Fall Smoothie RecipesWhat if you could work more fruits or veggies into your diet while sipping smooth, creamy smoothies for breakfast, lunch, snacks or desserts? Look no further than these recipes, courtesy of PureGreen.com.

Autumn Apple Cobbler

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This creamy beverage will call to mind apple orchards’ bounty turned into a warm apple cobbler.

Put into blender cup:

1 cups of frozen banana
1 cup of sliced apple
1 teaspoon of coconut butter or coconut oil
1 tablespoon of almond butter
1 cup of almond milk
1 table spoon of sweetener (your choice of one of the following): stevia, raw honey, or maple
Optional: add your choice of protein powder (one scoop)

Blend well.

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Cinnamon Swirl

This fall smoothie tastes like a creamy, smooth cinnamon bun.

Put into blender cup:

2 cups of frozen banana chunks
1 teaspoon of coconut butter or coconut oil (coconut oil tends to get stuck into small pieces when blended, go with coconut butter if possible)
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
1 cup of coconut milk
1 tablespoon of sweetener (your choice of one of the following): stevia, raw honey, or maple
Optional: add your choice of protein powder (one scoop)

Blend well.

Coconut Dream & Pumpkin Smoothie

Pumpkin lovers will go nuts for this fall pumpkin smoothie that tastes like a creamy pumpkin soufflé.

Put into blender cup:
2 cups of frozen pumpkin
1 teaspoon of coconut butter or coconut oil
1 cup of coconut milk
1 tablespoon of sweetener (your choice of one of the following): stevia, raw honey, or maple
Optional: Add your choice of protein powder (one scoop)

Blend well.

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Cra Cra Cranberry Breeze

Remember that colorful, sugary cereal you ate while watching cartoons as a kid? This smoothie tastes like a grown-up version cranberry Fruity Pebbles.

Put into blender cup:

1 cup of frozen strawberry chunks or slices
1/2 cup of frozen cranberries
1/2 cup of frozen raspberry
1 teaspoon of coconut butter or coconut oil
1 cup of coconut milk
1 tablespoon of sweetener (your choice of one of the following): stevia, raw honey, or maple
Optional: add your choice of protein powder (one scoop)

Blend well.

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– By Diana Kelly

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