This refreshing and perfectly spiced Apple Smoothie is packed with nutrition and flavors. It’s easy and made with only 8 ingredients. It is vegan and gluten free so it fits into most diet types.
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Smoothies are quite regular for us. Its Fall season, moreover, cinnamon and pies have simply overtaken all the food menus, so, I had to come up with something closer to apple pies.
Therefore, I innovated this apple smoothie recipe which my family loves. In fact, now they demand this beverage every day. As for me, I am very happy to enjoy it as my post workout vegan smoothie.
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Ingredients you will need
- Cinnamon powder
- Cardamom powder
- Vanilla extract
- Oat milk
- Hemp seeds
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- Apples – They are immensely nutritious fruit which is very low in calories and has innumerous health benefits.
- Cinnamon – I used this particular product from enspice which enhanced its flavors immensely. However, you may use your choice of cinnamon powder in this smoothie.
- Cardamom – it gives a nice sweet hint to this recipe and compliments well with cinnamon.
- Nutmeg – I used almost a pinch of it to give it a fall season flavor. By adding nutmeg this smoothie is completely flavored with warm spices.
- Dates – I only use 2 of them to balance the tang of the apples. They are very nutritious because these are fiber rich and a great source of antioxidants. They also promote brain health and improves fertility and induces natural labor.
- Hemp seeds – as we all know is one of the super foods. Its high in protein and fiber. This also reduces the risk of heart disease and aids in digestion also.
So, by now you must have realized that along with simple ingredients , I have used very healthy and nutritious ingredients in this vegan smoothie.
It’s a family beverage for all ages and the tastiest post workout recovery drink.
How to make Apple Smoothie
Firstly, in a mixing bowl, I combined chopped apples, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg and vanilla extract and mixed them with a spoon.
Secondly, I spooned them on a baking sheet and baked in the pre-heated oven for 15 minutes. Then, I turned it off and took out the baking sheet to let it cool down a bit.
Next, I combined all the ingredients in the blender and blended it smooth.
Lastly, I poured it in the serving glasses and served it immediately.
We all enjoyed this smoothie with apples. It refreshed us immensely and energized us as well.
- You may roughly chop the apples because finally they are blended.
- It is important to bake apples the get the right flavors in this smoothie.
- Its better to use high power blender for this recipe to make sure that dates and apple are perfectly blended.
I have made this recipe in very few easy steps. So, I would recommend to just go through these steps once and blend it. You and your family would love this so much that they would want you to make it again and again.
It tastes best when served immediately after blending. However, if I have an extra leftover, I usually refrigerate in a glass to be used the next day. Simply stir and serve.
Yes, apples are one of the most nutritious fruit. I only added few spices to add little extra flavors to this recipe. There is no added sugar in here as I used dates to enhance the sweetness. Also, I added hemp seeds to include some plant-based protein to it. Therefore, it’s a low-calorie nutritious beverage.
I have tried both versions and my family loves with baked apples. The spices bring out better flavor when baked.
It has a nice tang of apples and sweetness of dates. Its cinnamon flavor balances well with cardamom and a slight crunch of hemp seeds makes it delectable and desirable.
I used red delicious apples which helped me in cutting out the added sugar. Make sure your apples are sweet or else this smoothie might become a bit tangy.
You may also like:
Vegan Kale Smoothie
Oatmeal Crème Pie Smoothie
Hazelnut Cheesecake Smoothie
Immune Boosting Persimmon Ginger Smoothie
Other apple recipes that you may like:
Air Fryer Apple Dumplings
Peanut Butter Apple Pancakes
Apple Buckwheat chocolate Chips Cookies
Apple Sauce Pumpkin Cookies
Spiced Apple Carrot Soup
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- 2 whole red delicious apples (roughly chopped)
- 1 tsp cinnamon powder
- 1/2 tsp cardamom powder
- 1/4 tsp nutmeg powder
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 2 pitted dates
- 2 1/2 cups oat milk
- 2 tbsp hempseeds
- Preheat oven at 400-degree Fahrenheit and prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper. In a mixing bowl, combine chopped apples, cinnamon powder, cardamom powder, nutmeg and vanilla extract. Mix it well with a spoon.
- Now, spoon the apples on the prepared baking sheet and bake it in the preheated oven in the middle rack for 15 minutes. Turn it off and take it out. Let it cool down a bit.
- In a blender combine dates, oat milk, hemp seeds and the cooked apples. Blend it smooth.
- Pour it immediately in the serving glasses and enjoy!
Like you, I love to have smoothies after a workout. It’s nice to have something other than a berry or vanilla shake. I love that I can now have a fall-inspired smoothie these days!
Thank you Connie!
Laura Arteaga says
I really feel like having this for breakfast today! Woke up not feeling good and just seeing these pictures makes me feel already better! Thanks for the inspiration!
Dates, oat milk and hemp seeds?! You put all the best things in this smoothie…yummy!
Marisa F. Stewart says
What a great way to start the day! But I can also say that it would be a good pick-me-up in the afternoon. I like that you bake the apples first – that will really enhance the taste.
This apple smoothie looks amazing and it is a new smoothie for me to try in the mornings! I love making smoothies as a healthier breakfast option and I can’t wait to try this one out!
What a healthy breakfast option this is. My lil one would love this. Making it soon. Thanks for sharing
Nicoletta De Angelis Nardelli says
Wow, roasted apples in this smoothie! I can just imagine the wonderful flavors they give, together with the good Fall spices, and dates. Delicious smoothie, a mix of healthy and indulgent.
Paula Montenegro says
Apples and dates in a smoothie, I can’t think of a better way to start the day! For some reason I always add berries, but only apples make it smoother and more soothing. This is a great idea, thanks for sharing.
Healthy breakfast option for sure. Quick and easy and the best healthy ingredients with amazing spice too.
I love smoothies, this apple smoothie has all ingredients that I love. I love the spicy note and that’s healthy.
Hahaha 🙂 Thank you
I’ve never thought of putting an apple in a smoothie, but it sounds really good and refreshing!