This Apple Pie Smoothie is both toddler and kid (and even mom) approved! Filled with 7 nutritious ingredients – apple, banana, oats, hemp seeds, spices, almond milk and even cauliflower. That’s right, a hidden veggie that your little one won’t even notice!

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Apple Pie Smoothie

This easy-to-make smoothie is full of delicious fall flavors and a hidden veggie that your little one won’t even notice #momwin.

It’s fall and while apple pie might not be in your kids life on a daily basis, this Apple Pie Smoothie certainly should be!

I made this smoothie for myself as a post-workout snack and while I was in my basement tossing in a load of laundry, my girls found my smoothie cup and took it hostage for themselves. The devoured it in a few gulps and then demanded more.

You can’t get too mad when your little ones steal your healthy smoothie 😉

To make this toddler and kid friendly we keep the ingredients super simple – apple, banana, hemp seeds, oats, spices, milk and cauliflower.

But don’t be fooled by all those healthy and wholesome ingredients, this smoothie tastes amazing! Full of spices, apples and an oat crust – this smoothie tastes just as good, if not better, than a real apple pie.

Spread of produce for the apple pie smoothie for toddler.

Reasons to Love this Apple Pie Smoothie

  • hidden veggie – cauliflower
  • delicious fall taste
  • full of wholesome ingredients
  • easy to make – 5 minutes from start to pour
  • packed with fiber, protein, potassium and antioxidants
  • great for breakfast, lunch or on-the-go snack
  • perfect for toddlers, preschoolers or kids of any age
  • also great for babies 9+ months if you omit the honey
  • awesome for picky eaters
  • good amount of cinnamon which provides a brain boost


Apple – the key ingredient in this apple pie smoothie – the apple is the star! You can use any apple variety your prefer, but I would stay away from green or red delicious apples as they don’t blend as well as other apple varieties. You can peel or not peel the apples – I didn’t peel my apple in the pictures above. If you have a high speed blender, you will be fine.

Banana – are a great base or any smoothie as they blend up smooth and creamy. They are also loaded with potassium and vitamin C, as well as aid in digestion and help boost your energy.

Oats – are a great addition to this smoothie to make it really taste like a pie. I use old-fashion oats in this recipe for maximum nutrients, but you can use quick oats if you prefer.

Cauliflower – provides a creamy and frothy consistency while also boosting the fiber, antioxidants and B-vitamins!

Hemp Seeds – are one of my favorite ways to add a natural superfood based protein to smoothies. They blend right up (no clumps or hard seeds) while also providing a good amount of healthy fats, essential fatty acids, high amounts of vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium and magnesium.

Spices – to give this a truly apple pie taste we add in a pinch of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. Short on time, you can skip the cloves and nutmeg but don’t skip the cinnamon – this makes the smoothie.

Milk – you can use any milk your family prefers – cow, almond, hemp, soy, coconut, cashew, oat, etc. If you are using a plant based milk, just make sure to use an unflavored and unsweetened milk based product.

Honey – if you want to sweetened this up a little bit, you can add a tablespoon or two of honey. This is entirely optional and should be avoided if you are serving this to baby under 1 year of age.

Girl holding an apple pie smoothie.

More Toddler + Kid Smoothie Recipes



2 glasses of apple pie smoothie with heart apples and cinnamon on top.

Get the recipe: Apple Pie Smoothie – Toddler + Kid Approved

5 stars (16 ratings)
Filled with 7 nutritious ingredients – apple, banana, oats, hemp seeds, spices, almond milk and even cauliflower, this smoothie is a tasty treat for your toddler or kid.



  • In a blender, place all of the ingredients.
  • Blend on high speed for 1-2 minutes, adding more milk if it becomes too thick.
  • Pour and serve.


Age: 9 months and up (for babies under 1 year of age, omit the honey)
Yield: 2 large kid size smoothies
Notes on Apple: you can use any variety of apple you prefer, I would just avoid using green or red delicious apples in this recipe. You can peel or leave your apple unpeeled, it’s up to you. I leave my unpeeled and you can see flecks of red peel but the kids don’t even notice. 
Serving: 4small servings, Calories: 163kcal, Carbohydrates: 27.5g, Protein: 6g, Fat: 4.3g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 5mg, Sodium: 35mg, Potassium: 224mg, Fiber: 3.1g, Sugar: 16.9g, Calcium: 78mg, Iron: 2mg

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