7 Smoothie Recipes Perfect for Fall

Deliciously creamy smoothie recipes to enjoy this Fall.

Enjoy one of these delicious smoothie recipes this fall! Smoothies are a great way to eat a lot of healthy fruits and veggies at any time of day. These smoothie recipes are naturally sweetened, so they’re low in calories and fat. Fruits and vegetables have loads of antioxidants, vitamins, and protein to keep us energized and refreshed. As the leaves change color, drink a new smoothie to celebrate! It’s time for 7 Smoothie Recipes to Enjoy This Fall.

1. Cinnamon Apple Smoothie
A sweetly spiced smoothie is a healthy way to enjoy the flavors of fall.

2. Cranberry Orange Ginger Smoothie
Bright colors and bright flavor abound in this smoothie! Imagine enjoying it on the porch with a gentle breeze blowing through your hair…ahhh.

3. Wake Me Up, Keep Me Going Smoothie
Perk up on a brisk fall morning with this energizing smoothie!

4. Banana Grape Smoothie
Banana and grape make a refreshing combination. Bananas are high in vitamins C and B6, which are great for weight loss!

Pumpkin Spice Smoothie

5. Pumpkin Spice Smoothie
Fall is time for pumpkin spice EVERYTHING! This smoothie is a cheaper, healthier, tastier alternative to pumpkin spice coffees. Yum.

6. Pomegranate Banana Ginger Blast
This smoothie provides a trifecta of flavors that energize your mind and body to make today awesome!

7. Sparkling Strawberry Lime Smoothie
Yes, you read that right – this smoothie has got some bubbly to it! Enjoy this smoothie and experience all the creamy and tart flavors of autumn.

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Kara M

Kara is a scientific journalist and a graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is passionate about conveying the truth in scientific phenomena and subsequently improving health and public awareness. Kara has a bachelor’s degree in biology with a minor in music. She also has research experience in microbiology, specifically work on the infectious agent Staphylococcus aureus.

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