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Sweet Potato Pie Smoothie
MyNetDiary

Sweet Potato Pie Smoothie

Yes, it really does taste like sweet potato pie but this smoothie gives you a meal's worth of protein and nutrients for a fraction of the calories a slice of pie would cost you.
  • 10 min Prep
  • 5 min Cooking
  • 2 serving Total
  • 745g Weight
294 cals/
serving
Yes, it really does taste like sweet potato pie but this smoothie gives you a meal's worth of protein and nutrients for a fraction of the calories a slice of pie would cost you.

11 ingredients

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1 cup, cubes Sweet potato frozen unprepared sweetpotato
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1 medium, about 7" long Bananas frozen unsweetened
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1/2 cup Milk nonfat skim or fat free
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6 oz Greek yogurt plain nonfat
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1 scoop Vanilla whey protein powder low carb
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2 teaspoon Peanut butter smooth with salt
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1 tsp Vanilla extract
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1/2 tsp Cinnamon ground
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1/8 tsp Nutmeg ground
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1/8 tsp Cloves ground
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1 cup Ice (frozen water)

3 steps

  • Place sweet potato in a microwave-safe plastic container, add a little water, and cover loosely. Microwave for 4-5 minutes or until sweet potato is fork-tender. Place sweet potato in the freezer to cool for about 5 minutes. The cooked potato does not need to freeze; it simply needs to cool down a little bit.
  • Add the sweet potato, frozen banana, milk, yogurt, vanilla whey protein powder, peanut butter, vanilla extract, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and ice to the blender. Blend on high until smooth, occasionally stopping to scrape down the sides with a spatula if needed.
  • This recipe makes about 4 cups (32 fl oz). One serving is 2 cups. Enjoy immediately and store leftovers in the refrigerator.

Tips:
This recipe works well with leftover cooked sweet potato.

If you prefer to start with raw sweet potato, peel the potato first, cut into small pieces, and then follow the directions in Step 1 to cook it.