Last updated on July 20th, 2019 at 07:20 am
Got some peaches and don’t know what to do with them? Make this delicious peach smoothie!
I’m so excited for this recipe, guys! This smoothie is taking over my life right now.
I’ve ignored peaches for a while now – I thought I’m allergic to them, plus didn’t really see the point in eating peaches when there’s watermelon right there.
Poor peaches have some competition when it’s their time to shine – strawberries, watermelon, melon, so so many delicious fruits during summer!
But this summer I found a place in my heart and mouth for peaches too – turns out I’m not allergic and they’re delicious!
Yogurt’s not cool anymore, but…
I know yogurt’s not cool anymore, but I used it to make this super simple tasty peach smoothie. And you know what? It’s my favorite smoothie right now.
If you can’t eat yogurt you can still make this smoothie with some coconut cream (top part of a coconut milk can) or coconut yogurt (other vegan/paleo type of your choice).
Have not tried this with cashews or nut butters, but might work as well.
How To Make This Creamy Peach Smoothie
You start by peeling a peach, maybe two. Slice and put into your blender.
Then you juice an orange. Add that juice + 1-2 Tbsp yogurt (or coconut cream/ vegan yogurt) to the peaches and blend your heart out.
Now you’ve got a creamy and refreshing smoothie.
To make this smoothie cooler and creamier use frozen peaches or add ice cubes to the mixture.
Pour into a glass and top with some chopped peaches – loved these chunks as I was drinking it!
I hope you enjoy the smoothie as much as I do!
Here’s the printable recipe.
This peach smoothie is my new obsession - it’s the perfect sweet, healthy snack! Use frozen peaches to make this smoothie creamier and cooler!
- 1 cup peaches, chopped
- 1 orange, juiced
- 1 Tbsp yogurt
- Remove seeds from the peaches. For a smoother texture remove also the peel. Chop the fruit, leave a few chunks for decoration.
- Juice orange.
- Add all ingredients to your blender and blend until smooth. If you need to, add some water to make the smoothie less thick.
To make this smoothie cooler use frozen peaches or add ice cubes to the mixture.
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