A whole new way to enjoy an all-American dessert! This collagen Apple Pie Smoothie is festive, cozy, and creamy to boot. Make our no-dairy fruit smoothie with Primal Kitchen Collagen Fuel® in velvety Vanilla, or swap in seasonal Snickerdoodle for a cinnamon sweet kick. Gluten-free, no-dairy, and totally delicious!
Apple Smoothie Recipe
This apple pie shake is full of decadent flavors and a gentle crunch of granola. Whip it up in just minutes with a handful of ingredients that are already in your fridge.
Time: 3 minutes
No-Dairy Apple Pie Smoothie
It only takes 3 minutes to make this liquid treat!
¼ cup of Gluten-free Granola (we used Keto Hana Granola)
1 cup of Frozen Apple Slices
1 scoop of Primal Kitchen Vanilla Collagen Fuel
1 cup of Plant-based milk (we used Chobani Oat Milk)
1 tsp. Cinnamon
Add all ingredients to blender and blend until smooth.
Top with extra granola and a plant-based whipped cream and a touch of maple syrup, if desired!
Recipe information calculated using Cronometer (and not including whipped cream or maple syrup).
Calories 460, Carbs 33 grams, Fat 23 grams, Protein 19 grams
How to Make Smoothies at Home
Skip the pricey juice joint or the gym smoothie bar and make crave-worthy, collagen-infused smoothies right at home. Here’s our top tips for prepping this tasty shake.
Can you freeze apples for smoothies?
You bet! If you’re adding this smoothie to your regular routine, save time by prepping the apples and freezing them. Peel, core and slice the apple so it’s thin enough to blend easily. Dip the slices in lemon juice or a lemon and water mixture to keep them from browning, then place your slices in a sealed ziploc bag to freeze.
Can I put collagen powder in my smoothie?
Yes! A collagen smoothie blends (pardon the pun) a kick of fruit with hair, skin, and nail support. Primal Kitchen Collagen Fuel® powder contrains 10g of type I and III bovine collagen peptides in every serving.
How to Make an Apple Smoothie
The secret to an apple smoothie is to mke sure there’s no leftover skin or core in your apple pieces. Thinner, smaller pieces will blend a bit better. Apple smoothies are a great fall and wintertime alternative to more classic recipes like blueberry, strawberry or banana.
More Winter Smoothies to Try
Save the citrus smoothie for summer: these winter-ready shakes bring chill vibes when the weather outside is frosty!