Sweet Potato Smoothie Recipe That Tastes Like Pie

Sweet Potato Smoothie Recipe That Tastes Like Pie


If you have a smoothie every day, you might find it’s time to switch up your ingredients list for a deliciously healthy sweet potato smoothie recipe. We think this is a soon-to-be favorite Daily Shake recipe that you will use again and again.

Contrary to popular belief, sweet potatoes and yams are in the tuber family and they are not nightshades, although white, red, yellow and blue-skinned potatoes are nightshade and should be avoided during the Clean Program.

Sweet potatoes are one of the most nutritionally-rich vegetables available this time of year. They contain a high dose of vitamin A which aids in bone, reproductive, and immune system health. The humble sweet potato is even a catalyst for better women’s and infant health in Kenya.


If that wasn’t enough of a reason to add sweet potatoes into your diet, it also doesn’t hurt that your hair and skin both can benefit from the high dose of potassium, iron, and magnesium available from eating tuber as well as using tubers topically.


Another part of making the most of your Clean Program is avoiding excess sugar. Added sugar found in a traditional sweet potato pie recipe can lower the immune system, age the skin and cause inflammation.

Adding in the complex carbs from sweet potatoes throughout the day help control sugar cravings and stabilizing energy levels. Their high potassium content means sweet potatoes can also help alleviate muscle cramps which can sometimes occur after a workout.


A sugary fruit that many on the cleanse have a hard time leaving out of their daily shakes is bananas. Most people are so used to adding in a banana to shakes to add sweetness and a creamy texture that they can’t imagine a banana-less lifestyle. Thanks to this sweet potato smoothie recipe, we have the perfect creamy substitute.

When eating sweet potatoes, it’s best to combine them with some form of fat. The coconut cream and milk in this recipe works synergistically to increase your body’s ability to absorb beta-carotene and other health-boosting antioxidants to get the most out of your overall cleanse experience.

Prep time: 5 minutes plus freezing time

Cooking time: 30 minutes

Serves: 2



1-quart of apple cider, frozen into ice cubes

1 pound sweet potatoes

8 ounces coconut cream

8 ounces coconut milk

2 scoops Vanilla Daily Shake (or one Vanilla Cleanse Shake Packet)

For the Pumpkin Pie Spice:

2 tablespoons ground cinnamon

2 teaspoons ground ginger

1 teaspoon ground allspice

¼ teaspoon ground clove

pinch of sea salt

2 tablespoons coconut palm sugar (optional)

Garnish: a few teaspoons of each

shredded coconut

roughly chopped pecans

cacao nibs


First, pour the apple cider into an ice cube tray and freeze.step1_SweetPotatoPieSmoothie

Preheat the oven to 350°F. Place the sweet potatoes on a baking tray and bake until tender. Remove from the oven and cut a slit down the middle to cool faster.


Place all the spices in a bowl and mix to combine. I recommend doubling or tripling the recipe to have extra for a later use!


To make the smoothie, place the coconut milk and cream in a blender along with 2 cups of the roasted sweet potato (minus the skin). Add 6 ice cubes then blend on high until smooth and creamy. If too thick, add more coconut milk to help achieve desired consistency.


Pour into 2 pint glasses, top with the garnish and enjoy!


Recipe and photography by the Clean Team

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