Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin Pie 2

313 Calories – 15 Glycemic Load

This is one of 150 recipes inside Toadally Primal Smoothies

Recipe

This is the recipe exactly how I enjoyed it. I weigh all of my recipes with this food scale for precise measuring.

Measurement in cups/spoons

  • 1/2 Cup Water
  • 1 Cup Pumpkin
  • 1/2 Small Banana
  • 2 Scoops Vanilla Primal Fuel
  • 1 TBSP Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • 1/2 Cup Ice

Measurement in grams

  • 114 grams Water
  • 246 grams Pumpkin
  • 46 grams Banana
  • 43 grams Vanilla Primal Fuel
  • 8 grams Pumpkin Pie Spice
  • 112 grams Ice

The following ingredients are available on the internet: Pumpkin, Pumpkin Pie Spice and Vanilla Primal Fuel.

Comments & Suggestions

Literally tastes like pumpkin pie with these exact ingredients! No primal fuel? Use plain whey protein powder, coconut milk and some vanilla extract.

Nutrition Data

The following is the nutrition data gathered for this recipe. I use NutritionData.com for all of my information. This will give you an idea of how nutritious this recipe is.

Macronutrients in Grams

  • 43 grams Carbs
  • 9 grams Fiber
  • 15 grams Sugar
  • 23 grams Protein
  • 10 grams Fat

Vitamins & Minerals (%DV)

  • 364% Vitamin A
  • 47% Vitamin C
  • 14% Vitamin E
  • 19% Riboflavin
  • 18% Vitamin B6
  • 20% Iron
  • 30% Potassium
  • 16% Sodium
  • 19% Copper
  • 85% Manganese

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Comments

  1. says

    This would be a great use of my fresh pumpkin puree that I’ve been making and freezing the last few weeks.
    What else do you like to use as a protein source besides for the Primal Fuel?

    • admin says

      whey, whole eggs, yogurt… to be honest, its very difficult to have a high protein smoothie unless you use whey or some other protein powder. Most of mine are low in protein because of this. Whole eggs have a lot of protein but our body does not absorb all of it in raw eggs – its best to cook the white. And the protein in yogurt and other dairy products is not the best. So, if you want a high protein smoothie you must have whey really!

    • admin says

      I suppose whole raw milk or kefir would do the trick but I don’t have a good source of this and just about everyone else is in the same boat!

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