This vegan carrot cake smoothie tastes much like carrot cake but can be eaten for breakfast, a snack, or as a healthy dessert.

It's rich, creamy, nutritious, and an easy way to get more vegetables into your diet. There are also other customization options available.

Add a dollop of almond butter for added fat and creaminess, cauliflower for volume and fiber, or oats for another layer of flavor and nutrition.

Dietary requirements: vegan, gluten-free, rich in protein, no added sugar.


Enjoy as a drinking smoothie or thick smoothie bowl. It tastes like carrot cake!

Low in calories, ideal for a light snack or dessert. Add one of the following alternatives to turn it into a meal.

Pineapple - frozen pineapple is preferable, but if you only have fresh, that's OK; you may also use unsweetened canned pineapple pieces.


Frozen banana is a must-have for the right consistency! For this recipe, use fresh, raw carrots and a vegan protein powder.

Any vanilla protein powder will suffice. Plant-based almond milk or any other plant-based milk is appropriate.

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