We combined sweet frozen cherries, vanilla almond milk, and rolled oats to bring you this this thick and rich dairy-free cherry pie smoothie recipe. It tastes like a cherry pie, provides plant-based protein, and it’s delicious. Made with just 4 simple ingredients in less than 5 minutes! Another great pie flavored smoothie you might like is our peach cobbler smoothie.
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Smoothies make a great breakfast, post workout fuel, afternoon snack, and you can even serve them as dessert if you put a dollop of coconut whipped cream on top.
One of our favorite smoothies is this cherry smoothie. We added rolled oats to make it thick and creamy, and it adds protein and fiber.
The addition of pure vanilla extract gives it a little extra something that made us think of pie.
You can make it even more extra by adding chocolate. Because, who doesn’t like a chocolate cherry smoothie?
Tips for Making the Perfect Smoothie
Use frozen fruit instead of ice. Ice melts and waters down the flavor. Frozen fruit will make the smoothie thick and frozen without watering it down.
Add enough, but not too much, liquid. This will prevent a watery smoothie. It’s always best to start small and then add as needed.
Include a natural sweetener, such as dates or maple syrup if necessary. Some fruit (especially if it’s picked too soon) may not be as sweet as you like, so feel free to add a little extra sweetener.
If you’re looking for even more protein, add a scoop of plant-based protein powder.
A few handfuls of spinach will add a lot of vitamins, just know that the color of the smoothie will change.
More Vegan Smoothie Recipes You’ll Love
Coconut Blackout Smoothie
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Dairy-Free Cherry Pie Smoothie
- 1 ½ cups frozen cherries
- ¼ cup rolled oats
- 2 cups vanilla plant-based milk SEE NOTE
- ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- NOTE: The nutrition calculator is showing that this smoothie is over 800 calories, which is completely incorrect. When we calculated the ingredients the total calorie count was 305 calories.
- Put the 2 cups plant-based milk, 1 ½ cups frozen cherries, ¼ cup rolled oats, and ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract in a blender and blend on a high speed until smooth and creamy. Add more milk if necessary. Top with coconut whipped topping and a cherry.