Apple Pie Smoothie

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No, I didn’t throw a slice of apple pie into my blender with some milk – but it definitely tastes like it. That might be an idea for another time. Apple pie has to be one of the best desserts out there, so who wouldn’t want a breakfast that tastes just like it, and is healthy too? I am pretty sure that is what dreams are made of.

I am taking part in the Whittard Healthy New Year Blogger Carnival and the challenge is to share one of your favourite healthy snack or drink. The best entries with some awesome tea and an Alice in Wonderland mug. So, if you are a blogger, get entering!

I know I say it a lot, but this is one of my favourite breakfasts as it is healthy, but it tastes really sweet and indulgent too. It also makes the best hangover cure, so if you are feeling a big fragile one morning, give this a try. Even better, get all the ingredients ready before you go out so all you have to do the next morning it blend it together.

I am adding more quick/prepare ahead of time breakfast recipes to the blog, as a lot of you have been asking for them. This smoothie definitely fits in to that category.


Ingredients – serves 2:

– 2 frozen bananas (if you don’t have frozen bananas, add some ice in too)

– 2 tbsp almond butter

– 1 apple, peeled, cored and diced

– 1 tsp cinnamon

– 2 tbsp fat free Total Greek yoghurt

–  250ml/1 cup unsweetened almond milk


1) Put all of the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.



Nutritional Information – per person:

Calories: 276

Fat: 10.5 (healthy fat from the almonds)

Carbs: 41 (from the fruit)

Protein: 8.5

Fibre: 7


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  1. Leah says

    can I ask how you calculate the calories? I would have thought a banana was approx 100 calories and a tbsp almond butter another 100 so that’s 400 before the other ingredients.

  2. Lacey says

    I love your recipes. You are helping me make healthy eating enjoyable. I have done every fad diet out there and they are all so boring. It is nice to not dread what I am about to eat.

  3. Ria says

    I am never hungry in the morning, but I know that I should eat breakfast. Maybe drinking something like this would make it easier?

  4. Jamie Gibbs says

    Sounds amazing! There’s a milkshake place near me that does an apple pie milkshake (that actually is apple pie in a milkshake) but it’s so very, very bad for you. This sounds like the alternative I’ve been waiting for :)


  5. Nicki says

    Breakfast that tastes like apple pie? SOLD! This would be great for July 4th breakfast as well. I might add some nutmeg in with the cinnamon too.