Carrot Cake Smoothie

Published Date
August 21st 2022
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Carrot cake is sweet and delicious, but it is often loaded with sugar, fattening dairy products like cream cheese which go straight to your waistline, and flour which is high in carbs. Worst of all, it takes a long time to make carrot cake. First, you have to bake the carrot cake for 30-35 minutes, then wait for it to cool before frosting and eating it. 

Why not eat a carrot cake smoothie? It takes 5 minutes to make, and it's super delicious. This Carrot Cake Smoothie contains carrots, almond milk, unsweetened protein powder, walnuts, chia seeds, ice, vanilla, and sugar-free sweetener. Once you have the carrot cake smoothie ingredients prepped, all you have to do is put them in a blender, and you will end up with a delicious smoothie that tastes just like carrot cake. This carrot cake smoothie is perfect for two people, so don't forget to share it with a friend!

Can you use frozen carrots in smoothies?

Yes, you can use frozen carrots in smoothies. Frozen carrots give smoothies a smoother texture. In contrast, raw carrots can provide smoothies with a fibrous texture, especially if you are not using a high-speed blender.   

Is it better to blend or juice carrots?

It's better to blend carrots. That's because you're losing a lot of fiber with juicing, so the juice is less filling.

Is carrot good for hair?

Carrots are good for hair. That's because they contain beta-carotene, which can prevent hair loss. Additionally, carrots have lots of vitamin A which can boost scalp health and maintain hair follicles.   

Does carrots make skin glow?

Yes, carrots can make your skin glow. Beta-carotene, the compound responsible for carrot's color, can brighten your skin, giving you a natural glow and helping clear up oily skin.   
Author: Sarah Leadon
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
0 mins
Total Time
10 mins
Serves
2 persons

Ingredients

Carrot Cake Smoothie:
For Garnish:

Instructions

Place the almond milk, vanilla protein powder, carrots, walnuts, chia seeds, ice, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and sugar-free sweetener into a blender and blend until smooth.   
Overview of carrot cake smoothie ingredients in a blender
Pour the carrot cake smoothie into two glasses. Garnish each smoothie with 1/2 tablespoon of carrots, 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon, 1/8 teaspoon chia seeds, and mint before serving.
Overview of two glasses filled with carrot cake smoothies on a countertop

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