Our pumpkin spice smoothie is inspired by the seasonal Starbucks classic. And it tastes incredible (if we do say so ourselves). It’s a brilliant way to use up leftover pumpkin after carving Halloween lanterns. Or excuse to make lanterns in the first place…

In this article – we share an easy yet delicious pumpkin spice smoothie recipe that’s dairy-free and made with just 3 ingredients.

This creamy smoothie is super-simple to prepare. It’s not only healthy (we’ll talk nutrition in a sec), but doubles as a comforting snack too. Just skip the liquid for a thicker consistency that’s an ideal smoothie bowl base for your toppings and add-ins.

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Pumpkin Spice Smoothie Benefits

A 50g serving of pumpkin contains just 17 calories, yet provides more than your entire day’s vitamin A needs. It’s low in fat and cholesterol, whilst containing dietary fibre to aid digestion.

Fresh pumpkins are available from the end of September until November, but you can always use canned pumpkin puree if you fancy it at another time of the year. And unlike most canned products, you don’t need to worry about any crazy additives or preservatives, since it’s generally just 100% pumpkin.

How To Make A Pumpkin Smoothie

Here are the three simple ingredients you’ll need to whip up a tasty smoothie…

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Easy Pumpkin Spice Smoothie


An easy yet delicious pumpkin spice smoothie recipe that's dairy-free and made with just 3 ingredients.

Prep Time 4 minutes
Total Time 4 minutes


  • 50g (¼ cup) fresh pumpkin or canned pumpkin puree
  • 120ml (½ cup) coconut yogurt or coconut milk
  • ¼ teaspoon cinnamon


    1. If you’re using fresh pumpkin, then peel and blend it until you have a smooth puree. If you’re using canned puree then you can skip this step.
    2. Blend the puree with the coconut yogurt and ground cinnamon.
    3. Add a little water if needed, until you get your desired smoothie consistency.

Inspired by Starbucks’ now legendary pumpkin spiced latte, we thought we’d put our own Blendery twist on it. Oh, and add coconut… Because you can never have too much coconut in your life. Obviously.

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Optional Upgrades

For an even sweeter smoothie, try adding a drop of vanilla extract. Spice-wise, you can swap cinnamon for mixed spice, pumpkin pie spice, or nutmeg, which all make great alternatives. Lastly, adding a dessert-spoon of ground flax will super-boost the dietary fibre content, along with omega-3 fatty acids.

Other Useful Tips?

You’ll get eight pumpkin smoothies from a typical 425g can of pumpkin puree. You can refrigerate leftover pumpkin in an air-tight container so it stays fresh for longer. Yay! Pumpkin smoothies all week!

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Here are some of the most common questions we see about this smoothie recipe…

What smoothie can you make with pumpkin?

You can make this spiced pumpkin recipe, protein smoothies, or nutritious smoothie bowls.

Should I use raw or cooked pumpkin for smoothies?

You can use raw, canned, or cooked pumpkin for smoothies (go for unsweetened pure pumpkin if you do opt for canned rather than sugar-laden pie mix).

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The Blendery

Written by Caroline, a qualified nutritionist with a Master’s degree in Human Nutrition, bachelor’s degree in Sports Science and English, Diploma in Personal Training, and 15+ years of experience in the health and fitness industry.

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