Get your day off to a peachy keen start with these tasty peach smoothie recipes!
They’re so sunny, sweet, and fruity, you’ll want a tall glass every morning.
Peaches are the quintessential summer fruit with their delicately sweet and juicy texture.
Blend them when they’re fresh, and you’ll get something oh-so-thick and velvety.
And they pair well with so many other flavors too!
From strawberries and pineapples to mangoes and bananas, each of these peach smoothie recipes is better than the last.
There’s even a peaches and cream smoothie for when you’re in the mood to indulge.
10 Sweet Peach Smoothies We Can’t Get Enough Of
It doesn’t get much easier than this peach and pineapple smoothie.
For smoothie newbs, this recipe is the perfect place to start. With only two ingredients, it’s nearly impossible to mess up.
If you have frozen pineapple and peaches in your freezer, you have everything you need for this delightfully tart and sweet smoothie.
Just be sure you have a decent blender, or the mixture won’t be smooth.
It’s a perfect way to jumpstart your morning with a hearty serving of fruit. Or it makes a tasty snack when your sweet tooth is calling.
This super simple peach smoothie recipe tastes like a peach pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Peach pie for breakfast? Sign me up!
It pairs creamy vanilla Greek yogurt with coconut milk and peaches for a delightfully creamy and sweet kick of flavor.
There’s even a little dash of cinnamon to help bring out the sweetness of the fruit.
While it’s not super sweet, you can opt to add a little extra sugar if you prefer.
But really, if the fruit is ripe (or was ripe before you froze it), this should be more than sweet enough.
Few fruits pair as well as raspberries and peaches. One is tart and bright, while the other is super sweet and insanely juicy.
Together, they just work.
And better yet, they don’t overpower each other. So, you get plenty of each flavor in every sip.
That said, I love that you can also tinker with the fruit servings of this recipe. For example, if you prefer more peach flavors, simply add more peaches!
A splash of Greek yogurt and almond milk makes it rich and creamy with just a subtle kick of tang.
The delicate flavors of this smoothie recipe make it the perfect option for a light breakfast or a tasty afternoon snack.
Peaches are a fabulous way to create a velvety smooth smoothie. But if you want something extra thick and rich, it needs bananas!
This colorful smoothie boasts subtle flavors from delicate peaches and sweet bananas.
There’s also yogurt to ensure it’s creamy and full of protein, along with a dash of lime juice to balance it all out.
Again, it’s not super sweet. So if you like, add a tablespoon of sweetener until it reaches the perfect sweetness.
I love tropical flavors, and this peach mango smoothie delivers in spades!
While frozen fruit works well in most smoothies, fresh fruit is the best way to go in this recipe.
The flavors are light and balanced, and fresh fruit delivers the perfect smooth consistency.
Instead of water, opt for fresh juice (like orange or mango) for massively refreshing fruity flavors.
While it’s a great breakfast drink, you can whip up this simple, refreshing smoothie to make a cooling treat on a hot day.
It’s not as thick as your typical smoothie, and it’s light on calories to boot.
Don’t worry – this smoothie doesn’t taste like spinach! It may be green, but it doesn’t taste green.
Adding spinach to your smoothies is a terrific way to infuse tons of vitamins and nutrients.
And its delicate earthy flavor fades into the background once you add fruit!
Pair spinach with frozen peaches and grapes for a sweet and slightly tart kick.
Then round it out with a scoop of protein powder for the ultimate post-workout treat.
You don’t need to bust out that giant bucket of protein powder for a protein-rich smoothie.
Strawberries and peaches are the ultimate summer pairing and add bright and slightly sweet flavors to this dessert-for-breakfast smoothie.
It earns a boost of protein from Greek yogurt and a slight sweetness from the honey.
It’s thick, creamy, sweet, and dreamy. What more could you want?
The mere mention of peaches and cream makes my mouth water.
And while peaches and cream are a classic indulgent summertime dessert, why not make something a little healthier?
This clever pairing of ingredients transforms this sinful dessert into a nutritional powerhouse.
You’ll need ripe frozen peaches with a dash of vanilla and cinnamon, so it tastes like a peach pie.
Then, you’ll add unsweetened almond milk and Greek yogurt to mirror that scoop of vanilla ice cream.
It’s sinfully creamy and sure to satisfy any sweet cravings.
Fruit smoothies are lovely. But if they’re your first meal of the day, they aren’t very filling.
To avoid the mid-morning snack attack, add oatmeal to the mix! Those healthy grains make this wonderfully thick and oh-so-hearty.
In addition to oatmeal, this smoothie also incorporates delicate blueberries and protein-rich almond milk.
So, it’s the perfect breakfast treat to jumpstart your day.
Who says smoothies are only for breakfast?
This peach, blueberry, and banana smoothie is delightfully sweet, and the healthy additions make this a treat you can feel good about.
It pairs fresh peaches with frozen blueberries and bananas for a smooth and velvety finish.
But what I love most is the inclusion of flax seeds for added crunch and texture.
They’re high in fiber and protein, making this super simple smoothie deceptively filling.
Whip it up in the morning for a filling breakfast. Or enjoy it as a healthy snack when you’re craving something sweet in the middle of the day.
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