This heart-healthy and fiber-packed Pumpkin Banana Smoothie recipe is made with yogurt, plant-based milk, and pumpkin puree. It has all of the Fall flavors you love in one convenient package, and it’s the perfect way to start your day. Even better, it clocks in under 200 calories per serving!

Love making smoothies for breakfast? Then try my Peanut Butter Oatmeal Smoothie or my Berry Spinach Smoothie!

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Easy Homemade Smoothie Recipe for Breakfast (or Any Meal of the Day!)

I know what your thinking … another pumpkin recipe? Really, Kelley? It’s not even fall yet! I know, I know … But I love all the flavors fall has to offer, including pumpkin.

I have been drinking a smoothie at least once a day, and I wanted to change things up from my standard Strawberry Banana Smoothie. With all of the canned pumpkin I have at home, I decided to make a smoothie with this vitamin-packed produce. Pumpkin has tons of fiber and protein, which makes this a healthy power smoothie that’s loaded with enough nutrients to fuel your day and keep you full.

Made in under 5 minutes from start to finish, this Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie is perfect for breakfast, a light lunch, or a midday snack!

Why You Should Use Frozen Bananas in Your Smoothies

I made this recipe a lot of different ways with more yogurt and without banana, but I found that the frozen banana gave the smoothie a creamy, dessert-like texture somewhat similar to ice cream.

Using frozen fruit in your smoothies also eliminates the need to add ice, which just waters down the smoothie as it thaws and can result in a displeasing texture separation of the water and the fruit fibers. It also ensures less water and more pumpkin and banana flavor in each sip!

Canned Pumpin Purée vs. Roasted Pumpkin

While you can use store-bought canned pure pumpkin purée (organic is best), I recommend roasting fresh pumpkin yourself. The process takes a bit longer, but it is well worth the effort.

To make your own pumpkin puree at home, simply cut the pumpkin in half, scrape out the seeds, and roast in the oven. Then, peel the skin and puree in a blender or food processor. That’s all!

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  • Canned Pumpkin: Loaded with ton’s of protein and fiber! Rich in antioxidants and high in Vitamin A. Make sure to grab a can of pure pumpkin puree (not pumpkin pie mix). This has added sweeteners and spices already added to it. Also, opt for organic, if possible. I like to freeze leftover canned pumpkin. It lasts for about 7 days in the fridge and 3-4 months in the freezer. Just make sure to transfer the pumpkin from the can to an airtight container before freezing.
  • Banana: They are a good source of potassium. Helps to regulate blood pressure and is heart healthy. I always keep ripe bananas in the freezer for smoothies!
  • Yogurt: Packs a lot of protein. Great for digestive health and controlling blood pressure. You can use either regular plain yogurt or plain greek yogurt in this smoothie.
  • Milk: Choose your favorite! Anything from regular milk, oat milk, almond milk or soy milk would work great.
  • Spices: I use a pinch cinnamon in this smoothie. It makes the smoothie taste like pumpkin pie! You can also add a pinch of pumpkin pie spice if you have it to make your own Pumpkin Pie Banana Smoothie!

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How To Make a Pumpkin Banana Smoothie

  • To a blender, add all of the ingredients — pumpkin, banana, greek yogurt, milk, spices, and ice (if using).
  • Pulse for about 30 seconds, and stir the ingredients making sure to scrape the sides.
  • Pulse for another 30-60 seconds or until blended. Serve immediately, and enjoy!


  • Swap the peanut butter for Nutella for a chocolatey version of this smoothie!
  • Add some flax seed, chia seeds, or raw nuts for added protein.
  • Throw in some kale or spinach (fresh or frozen) to incorporate some healthy greens into your breakfast smoothie!

Storage Instructions

This recipe makes one smoothie. However, it’s very easy to double or triple this recipe. I like to make a large batch and keep it in the fridge to have in the mornings. You can also freeze the smoothie if you won’t be eating it right away and let it thaw until sippable or freeze in an ice cube tray and blend before serving.

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Pumpkin Banana Smoothie

Heart healthy fiber packed Pumpkin Banana Smoothie made with Greek yogurt, milk, and pumpkin puree! Perfect way to start your day.

  • 1/2 cup canned pure pumpkin
  • 1/2 cup yogurt
  • 1/4 cup milk, I used oat milk
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 1 banana frozen
  • sprinkle of cinnamon


  • Add all of the ingredients to the blender: Canned pumpkin, yogurt, milk, honey, banana and cinnamon.

  • Pulse for about 30 seconds and stir the ingredients making sure to scrape the sides. Pulse for another 30-60 seconds or until blended. Serve immediately and enjoy!

Nutrition Facts

Pumpkin Banana Smoothie

Amount Per Serving

Calories 189.93 Calories from Fat 27

% Daily Value*

Fat 3.03g5%

Saturated Fat 1.61g10%

Cholesterol 9mg3%

Sodium 46.08mg2%

Potassium 625.54mg18%

Carbohydrates 37.14g12%

Fiber 3.94g16%

Sugar 23.06g26%

Protein 7.06g14%

Vitamin A 4865.92IU97%

Vitamin C 11.53mg14%

Calcium 117.75mg12%

Iron 0.73mg4%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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