Well good morning, pumpkin!!! I’m in bed in my apartment in Walla Walla right now and excited for my last day in wine country. The only time I’ve ever spent in Washington was in Seattle but wine country is a little more my speed. There’s no traffic here, everyone is super friendly, and everybody knows each other. And this town is so adorable and walkable. I love it!

But I’ll be chatting all about Walla Walla next week on the blog, so stay tuned for that, especially if you’re a wine lover! In the meantime, let’s talk about pumpkin season. Because now that it’s October, it’s time to make out with pumpkin as much as possible. I already have multiple pumpkin recipes ideas for the next two month, but if you’re ready to get basic AF, here’s some pumpkin recipes from the past that are A MUST!

Ok, that’s enough for now. If that doesn’t get you in the pumpkin mood, you’re doomed! You are pumpkin doomed.

PaleOMG Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Bowl

Speaking of doomed, this whole being born with blonde hair thing continues to cramp my style. Especially since I drink collagen daily in my coffee so my hair seems to grow WAY faster than it use to. So now when I REALLY need my hair dyed, but my appointment is still a few days away, I have to use root touch up spray to cover my blonde hairs that shimmers in the light and makes me look like I’m balding. So cute. The problem with this root spray is that you can’t run your fingers through your hair…or really touch it in any way. Because if you do, your fingers are now dyed. And I’m going for brown hair over here, not brown fingernails. This hair is doomed, I tell ya!

Ok before I let you go so I can brunch, shop, pilates, lunch, shop, food, wine and shop some more, I have to tell you about two things I’m obsessed with right now and hope to use in more recipes. Two things that you’ll see in this recipe include bee pollen and these butter toffee snacks that I want to eat every day of my life until I croak. Bee pollen is suppose to be great for allergies, so I’m trying to add it into my daily routine more. And the butter toffee snacks are like eating toffee, which is one of my favorite past times. Did I need to tell you any of this information? Probably not, but it just felt right, ok?! Kloveyoubye!

PaleOMG Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Bowl

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Pumpkin Pie Smoothie Bowl

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  • Author: juli
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2 1x


  • 2 frozen bananas
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1 1/4 cup almond milk
  • 2 tablespoon maple syrup
  • 3 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice
  • 1 teaspoon flaxseed meal
  • 1 teaspoon ground chia seeds

For the toppings:

  • 1/4 cup coconut chips
  • 1/4 cup butter toffee fuel snacks, roughly chopped
  • 3 tablespoon cacao nibs
  • 2 teaspoons bee pollen
  • 1 batch coconut whipped cream


  1. Place all ingredients, except for the toppings, in a high speed blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Pour smoothie bowl ingredients into 2 bowls then top both with coconut chips, butter toffee fuel snacks, cacao nibs and bee pollen.
  3. Whip together ingredients for coconut whipped cream and place a hefty scoop onto each bowl.
  4. Eat with a spoon and enjoy the taste of fall!



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  1. Megan S says:

    Hi Juli! First time poster, long time reader :). First of all, this looks amazing. I am not paleo, but just did a Whole30 and am trying to keep it as Paleo as possible afterwards. I just… love cheese, ya know?!? Anyways… question… you say 1/2 Pumpkin Puree. Is that 1/2 cup probably? Just checking!
    Thanks for always being such a great champion for just taking care of yourself. Even if I’m not paleo, I really love how you preach taking care of yourself. It’s always an important reminder for me as I have two young kids and it can be easy to put myself last.
    Keep it up, lady!

    1. juli says:

      yes, sorry about that! 1/2 cup pumpkin! and thanks for the love, megan! taking care of yourself is so incredibly important, especially so you can continuously take care of your children AND still have your health when they leave the house!

  2. Sam says:

    Hi – quick question: Is it a half a can of the pumpkin or a half cup? This looks great, thank you!

    1. juli says:

      ha!! i ALWAYS do that! it’s 1/2 cup. i updated it within the recipe!

  3. Joanna says:

    For those that havent tried bee pollen, do so with caution and just a small amount (one piece) at a time. I am not allergic to bees but was highly allergic to bee pollen. I was trying it for anti inflammatory purposes and broke out in hives everywhere! I was sad because Id thought it was a superfood up until my body completely went crazy.

    1. juli says:

      oh nooooooo lol that’s terrible!

  4. Anna says:

    This has nothing to do with this recipe… but you need to start listening to the podcast sworn!!

  5. Leah Fisk says:

    You’re in Walla Walla?!?!? I live in Walla Walla! I thought that must be a typo. I’m new to the blog and, no kidding, today is my first day reading an article and I was shocked to see that you were here! I legit just ordered 2 of your cookbooks that are arrive tonight. So you’re leaving today? Such a bummer. It would have been great to have you visit our box here. This tiny town only has one! I’m so glad you like the town. I moved here from Florida and I was just so charmed with the slower speed and just genuinely nice people. You should come back to visit again and bring the girls gone WOD gals!

  6. Amy says:

    Hi Juli! I enjoyed your most recent podcast with the owner of Butcher Box. I have a question about meat and how often you eat certain kinds. Do you limit your red meat and pork? I’ve read that you should eat red meat two days in a row. What do you think, and do you follow any kind of “meat rules”?

    1. Amy says:

      That should say “shouldn’t eat red meat two days in a row”. Gah.

    2. juli says:

      i definitely don’t follow any sort of meat rules, i just constantly mix it up because i get sick of red meat too many days in a row, and sometimes with pork and chicken, and even seafood! so i definitely don’t follow any rules, but i always mix it up to i never get bored!

  7. Carrie @ Clean Eating Kitchen says:

    Looks delish and a yummy way to enjoy pumpkin pie flavors. Enjoy the rest of your trip! I can’t wait to hear more.

  8. Cameron says:

    I tried out this recipe this morning and it was amazing!

    1. juli says:

      awesome!! glad you liked it, cameron!

  9. Cassie Autumn Tran says:

    Is that star anise on our smoothie bowl? It looks DELICIOUS! Anyways, pumpkin is my favorite seasonal flavor EVER. I cannot wait to make more pumpkin recipes!

  10. Karly says:

    this looks so yummy. thanks for the awesome recipes, Juli!