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Sweet Potato Smoothie

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Sweet Potato Smoothie
  • Prep Time 10 min
  • Total Time 12 min
  • Servings 2
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Sweet Potato Smoothie

If you like sweet potato casserole, you’re about to fall in love with this sweet and creamy, maple-kissed sweet potato smoothie. An absolutely delicious way to start any autumn day!

Ingredients

2
sweet potatoes or yams
1 1/2
cup frozen peaches
1 1/2
cups orange juice
1/4
cup pure maple syrup
2
teaspoons vanilla bean paste or vanilla
2
teaspoons pumpkin pie spice
2
(5.5 oz.) containers Yoplait® Plenti® Greek yogurt
1
cup Cascadian Farm™ organic dark chocolate almond granola

Directions

  • 1 Microwave sweet potatoes until tender, about 5-7 minutes. Remove and allow to cool. Discard peel and dice sweet potato. Place in a blender with peaches, orange juice, maple syrup, vanilla and pumpkin pie spice.
  • 2 Fill two glasses halfway full with smoothie. Spoon about half of the yogurt into the center of each smoothie. Pour smoothie on top, leaving about 1” at the top of each glass. Drag a paper straw up and down the edges of the glass to create a decorative look.
  • 3 Top with remaining yogurt and granola.
Yoplait is a registered trademark of YOPLAIT MARQUES (France) used under license.
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If you like sweet potato casserole, you’re about to fall in love with this sweet and creamy, maple-kissed sweet potato smoothie. An absolutely delicious way to start any autumn day!

As prepared by Cheeky Kitchen,

Smoothies are fabulo fantastic for summertime. Cool and berryish, these chilly sippers are refreshing as all get out during the hot months. They’re great way to get your greens and fruits in.

But smoothies in the autumn? Not so much. As the season turns and the temps turn cooler, comfort food takes the front seat. And it’s easy to find yourself living on golden pot pies and renaissance fair-sized turkey legs. Or whatever. You see where I’m going with this. Fall eats are all about hearty, hot foodstuff things.

Still, your body begs daily for the good stuff. So why not give that classic jar o’ fresh-blended smoothie an autumnal twist, inspired by the utterly irresistible sweet potato casserole of Thanksgiving fame.

Don’t be freaked. No matter how wild this sounds, this smoothie is about to become the best autumnal breakfast you’ve ever blended. I made one batch (two servings) and ended up drinking them both by myself.  I kid you not. This smoothie is sweet potato perfection!

 

sweet potato smoothie

Let’s make another one! Here’s your ingredient line-up. You’ll need two sweet potatoes, orange juice, a pack of frozen peaches (which didn’t quite make it into the photo), some Cascadian Farms™ dark chocolate granola, and two cartons of  Yoplait™ Plenti™ yogurt.

In this smoothie, it’s absolutely absolute. Crazy epic combo flavor here, humans.

 

sweet potato smoothie

Let’s get this thing did. Micro the sweet potatoes until tender. Then, peel and dice. Toss it all in the blender with some orange juice and frozen peaches and maple syrup and autumnal spice. You’ll end up with this gloriously smooth smoothie!

 

sweet potato smoothie

Fill a pretty glass halfway full with said smoothie, then top with yogurt. Then, more smoothie. Then more yogurt.

 

sweet potato smoothie

As if this right here isn’t enough of the good stuff, we’re about ready to streusel top it all with granola. The Cascadian Farms™ dark chocolate granola on top of this sweet-potato-custard-and-seed-spiked-yogurt is ‘bout to blow your mind.

Watch me whip.

 

sweet potato smoothie

That yogurt. That granola crunch factor. This smoothie.

It may the single best part of autumn eating ever.

Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen, where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. She joined Tablespoon to share some of her best, so keep an eye on Brooke's profile to see what she cooks up next!

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