When I think of peaches, I think of peaches and cream or peach cobbler. Peaches are not a fruit I usually associate with smoothies; boy was I wrong. I have collated a list of diverse and unique peach smoothie recipes that are guaranteed to please any palate. Our peach smoothie recipes utilize such ingredients as mangoes, pineapples, green tea, blackberries, coconut milk, and other ingredients.
Common Ingredients in Peach Smoothie Recipes
Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries, Oats, Almond Milk, Other Types of Nut Milk, Coconut Milk, Lemon Juice, Pecans, Mangoes, Bananas, Spinach, Orange Juice, Oranges, Blackberries, Watermelon, Green Tea
Protein Powder, Greek Yogurt
Honey, Monk Fruit Sweetener, Agave, Maple Syrup
Other Peach Smoothie Add-ins
Cinnamon, Vanilla, Flaxseeds, Almond Butter
How To Make a Peach Smoothie
When you are making a peach smoothie you can use frozen or fresh peaches, whichever option is readily available. Keep in mind that if you use frozen peaches this will lead to a thicker smoothie. When making a peach smoothie first add the liquid then add your fruits and vegetables. You can then add additional items such as nut butter, yogurt, seeds, and spices.
If you are a fan of peach cobblers you will love this smoothie. The combination of peaches, cinnamon, vanilla, and honey will make you think you are consuming a real peach cobbler. An added plus is your kids will love this smoothie.
The thought of strawberries and peaches brings a smile to my face. This smoothie contains just four ingredients, strawberries, peaches, unsweetened non-dairy milk, and vanilla yogurt. This recipe is easy to prepare and is great as a mid-afternoon snack.
The words that come to mind when I think of this recipe are rich, creamy, fruity, and healthy. It’s hard to go wrong with the combination of peach and blueberries. If fresh peaches and blueberries are not available, you can always use frozen fruits. The use of frozen fruits will make your smoothie even creamier. This recipe is easy to prepare, so if you want a quick pick-me-up this is a great option.
Raspberries and Peaches are referred to as fruity best friends. It’s hard to go wrong with this delicious combination. Fortunately, this smoothie can be made with fresh or frozen fruit so you can make this smoothie year-round. The main ingredients are peaches, raspberries, yogurt, and almond milk.
When I think of peaches and cream I think of a decadent dessert full of calories. However, this tasty smoothie mimics the taste of a peach dessert but it is good for you. As a matter of fact, you will think you are drinking a peach milkshake. This smoothie is also paleo, gluten, and dairy-free.
The combination of peaches and bananas works really well and complements each other. As a matter of fact, you will like this smoothie so much you will want to have it morning, noon, and night. Additionally, it’s kid-friendly, trust me your children will love it.
Mangoes are my favorite fruit for smoothies. Mangoes combined with peaches are a delicious combination. This smoothie reminds me of a mango lassi with the addition of mangoes and yogurt. The addition of peaches and orange juice provides extra sweetness and flavor.
This peach smoothie adds some green vegetables to it in the form of spinach. Fortunately, spinach has a mild flavor so it doesn’t overwhelm the taste of the peaches. This smoothie also utilizes coconut cream as its base liquid so your smoothie will have a rich, creamy texture. If you need a protein boost you can add some protein powder.
Peaches and mangoes are a match made in heaven. It’s hard to resist this bright, creamy delicious smoothie. This peach mango smoothie is dairy free and vegan and fortunately, the peaches and mangoes are all you need to sweeten this smoothie. This smoothie only has six ingredients: almond milk, greek yogurt, orange juice, peaches, mangoes, and chia seeds.
As you experiment with making smoothies you will find that bananas can make any smoothie taste good. The peaches and bananas used in this smoothie recipe combine well for a delicious smoothie. The addition of peach juice enhances the peach flavor of this smoothie.
I love using berries in my smoothies, they not only provide a beautiful colored smoothie but they are tasty and make your smoothies nutritionally dense. I usually don’t see a lot of recipes with blackberries so I was happy to add this recipe to my list of peach smoothie recipes. This smoothie is with fruits with the inclusion of bananas, blackberries, and peaches. The addition of yogurt provides extra protein.
The addition of mangoes and bananas gives this smoothie a tropical flavor. This smoothie is perfect on a hot summer day when you want a smoothie that’s sweet and refreshing. This smoothie tastes like a smoothie you would buy in a smoothie store, however, it’s much cheaper. The main ingredients in this smoothie are peach nectar, banana, peaches, mango, and greek yogurt.
I love green tea so I was happy to see this peach green tea smoothie. Sometimes I use leftover green tea as the liquid base for my smoothie. Green tea as a liquid base is a nice change from the traditional water or milk liquid bases. The addition of greek yogurt makes this smoothie thicker and provides additional protein.
Peaches and mangoes are the only sweeteners you will need with this smoothie. Add some almond milk and vanilla protein powder and you have a protein shake that’s good as a quick breakfast option or as a mid-afternoon snack.
This peach and watermelon smoothie is naturally sweet and refreshing. This smoothie is also vegan and gluten-free and very simple to prepare with just three ingredients. The main ingredients are watermelon, peach, and coconut milk.