APPLE PIE SMOOTHIE (Healthy Vegan Recipe with Protein!)

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Ok, so the idea of making an apple pie-flavored smoothie might sound a bit weird, but trust me on this one… it tastes amazing!!

Not only does this apple pie smoothie recipe have added protein, but it’s also got hidden veg that you can’t even taste – so it really packs in the goodness. 

Like all of my recipes, this one is 100% vegan (I’ll show you what vegan protein powder I use and where to get it below).

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two images of the apple pie smoothie in glass jars. The top is two jars of smoothie next ot cinnamon rolls and whole nutmegs. The bottom is the smoothie from above sprinkled with cinnamon. The text in the middle reads 'apple pie smoothie, green, healthy vegan recipe'

What Equipment Do I Need to Make this Smoothie Recipe?

Barely anything at all! You will need a decent blender though – I recently invested in a Vitamix because I use it literally every day. But you don’t need anything that hardcore to make this apple smoothie super smooth and lump-free.

The three bits of kitchen kit you will need are:

  • Peeler
  • Knife
  • Blender

If you are feeling in the mood for a splurge then I highly recommend the Vitamix A2500i – it’s an amazing piece of kit! It’s what I use and I’ve been blown away by how smooth it makes everything.

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Apple Pie Smoothie Ingredients (and Easy Swaps)

There’s not much to this apple pie smoothie recipe. Which, let’s be honest, is exactly what you want for a quick-to-make breakfast, snack, or post-workout boost.

  • Apples – I’m sure any kind would be delicious still by I go for the sweeter varieties for this smoothie, like Gala or Jazz.
  • Spinach or kale – The flavor of the veg melts into the background so either will do – whatever needs using up in the fridge! The veg also turns this into a green apple pie smoothie recipe – which just looks SO delicious.
  • Vanilla protein – If you only have the plain protein you can still use this but add in some vanilla essence too. (See below for my protein recommendations).
  • Plant-based milk – I use oat milk because it’s the creamiest, but any plant-based milk will work.
  • Cinnamon
  • Nutmeg
two jars of the apple pie smoothie next to each other with two cinnamon sticks next to them and whole nutmegs too.

What Vegan Protein to Use?

I’ve heard some horror stories about vegan protein but luckily have never been on the wrong end of a bad bag. If this has happened to you – my sympathies. That stuff ain’t cheap!

My go-to vegan protein shop is The Protein Works. I got my protein powder from there even before I was vegan so they are a very much tried and tested brand for me. I’ve not been able to taste any difference in what I used to buy to the stuff I get now!

Their vegan selection is huge and I’ve just recently bought a few different flavors to try, but the one I just keep coming back to is the Vegan Protein Extreme Vanilla Creme – it’s just SO GOOD!

The vanilla flavor is what I use in this recipe, but if you already have some vanilla protein knocking around then give that a go!

If you’re on the lookout for a vanilla protein then check out this link below. It will take you to The Protein Works shop which now covers the UK and USA.

Storage and Easy Prep

I have a massive prep hack for you here!

You can pre-prep several portions at once by peeling and chopping the apples, then adding them to a freezer bag with some pre-washed raw spinach. Then all you have to do in the morning is empty the bag along with the other ingredients into your blender and you’ve got a healthy apple pie smoothie in only a couple of minutes!

Pro tip: If you’re washing the spinach at home, do this before prepping for the smoothie and let it dry completely before freezing.

If you don’t get round to drinking the apple pie smoothie right away, then you can just pop it in the fridge for later. It will need a little stir when you go to drink it but it will taste just as delicious!

Looking for More Healthy Vegan Smoothie Recipes?

If you’re into quick and easy, healthy vegan smoothies, then these Bombveg recipes have got you covered.

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the apple pie smoothie in a glass jar sprinkled with cinnamon on top, next to a dish of cinnamon powder and two cinnamon sticks
Yield: 2 people

APPLE PIE SMOOTHIE (Healthy Vegan Recipe with Protein!)

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A healthy, green apple pie smoothie recipe that tasted insane (in a good way!)



  1. Peel and core the apples.
  2. Take off the big stalks from the kale and give it a wash.
  3. Add all of the ingredients to the blender, liquid first. Blitz until completely smooth (around a minute but this will depend on your blender) and serve immediately. two glass jars of the apple pie smoothie from the top down, one has a copper straw in it. cinnamon sticks and whole nutmegs are on the surface next to them.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1 grams
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 438Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 25mgSodium: 274mgCarbohydrates: 63gFiber: 12gSugar: 30gProtein: 39g

Nutritional information may not always be 100% accurate and will depend on the exact ingredients used.

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