Strawberry Peach Smoothie
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This Strawberry Peach Smoothie is thick, creamy, and packed with juicy strawberries and peaches. With just a few ingredients and hardly any prep time, this healthier breakfast or snack is perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth!
Gather ’round friends, because I’ve got a delicious and healthier smoothie coming your way on this cold, Friday morning! But before we get to the good stuff, have I mentioned how much I dislike winter in the Midwest?
The cold (and by cold, I mean single digit and teen temps), snow, and I don’t mix. Nope, not one, teeny, tiny bit. Ok, even when it’s 30 degrees…that’s too cold for me, too! But right now, that would feel like a heat wave here in Chicago.
I don’t mind the snow, as long as it doesn’t affect the roads or driving. Flurries are pretty, as are a light dusting of snow, but more than that, no thanks. I’m done with the white stuff after the holidays!
Although, it is pretty to look out the window when it’s snowing, as long as I’m snuggled up at home with a fire going in the fire place. So, for now, I’m trying to embrace the winter as much as I can and cuddle up with this hot chocolate, lots of soup, and smoothies!
I know smoothies might not make you all warm and cozy, but trust me, the flavors of this Strawberry Peach Smoothie will bring you back to warm, summer days. And that’s what I need right about now!
This peach smoothie with yogurt is thick, creamy, and packed with juicy strawberries and peaches. With just a few ingredients and hardly any prep time, this healthier breakfast or snack is perfect to satisfy your sweet tooth! Anything that tastes like a sweet treat, but is secretly healthy, is a winner in my book…and probably for you too, right?
This healthy peach smoothie has it all. It contains fruit (healthy), Greek yogurt (a good source of protein), milk (lots of calcium), and a touch of honey for sweetness. Healthier, but still decadently delicious!
I love frozen fruit smoothies, but truth be told, I often forget to make them! And I need to change that, especially since they’re so easy and require almost no prep time. And this Strawberry Peach Smoothie is my new favorite. Bursting with a strawberry and peach flavor, packed with a touch of sweetness, and oh-so thick and creamy…now that’s a perfect smoothie!
Ingredients in This Strawberry Peach Smoothie
To make this creamy yogurt fruit smoothie, you’ll need:
- Frozen strawberries
- Frozen peaches
- Vanilla Greek yogurt
- Almond milk
How to Make a Strawberry Peach Smoothie
Frozen fruit smoothies are incredibly easy to make! Here’s how you can make this strawberry peach smoothie at home:
- Add all the ingredients to the canister of a blender.
- Blend until creamy and smooth.
- Pour into two glasses and enjoy!
Can I Use Fresh Fruit Instead of Frozen?
Yes, but you’d need to add ice to create a thick smoothie. Adding ice will water down the flavor of this healthy peach smoothie though!
Can I Add Other Berries?
Of course! You’re welcome to use a frozen berry blend if that’s all you have on hand. Your smoothie won’t have the same flavor, but I’m sure it’ll still be delicious!
Tips for Making a Strawberry Peach Smoothie
I used vanilla Greek yogurt in this recipe, but you’re welcome to use plain Greek yogurt if preferred. If you use plain yogurt, you may want to add a splash of vanilla extract to your smoothie to amp up the flavor.
Likewise, you’re welcome to use any unflavored milk you’d like in this peach smoothie with yogurt. I used almond milk, but cashew milk, coconut milk, and even regular cow’s milk will work.
If you wind up with leftover smoothie mixture, freeze it for later. You’ll need to let the creamy peach smoothie thaw on your counter for about 20 minutes before you can slurp up the leftovers.
Looking for more smoothie recipes? I’ve got you covered!
- Raspberry Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Smoothie
- Raspberry Lime Smoothie
- Cherry Mango Smoothie
- Iced Coffee Smoothie
- Banana Nut Smoothie Bowl
Strawberry Peach Smoothie
- 2 cups frozen strawberries
- 1 cup frozen peaches
- 1 cup vanilla Greek yogurt
- 1 cup almond milk, (or milk of choice)
- Drizzle of honey, , for sweetness (if desired)
- In the canister of a blender, combine the strawberries, peaches, Greek yogurt, almond milk, and honey. Blend until reaches desired consistency.
- Pour into two glasses and serve immediately.
I don’t enjoy all this cold weather, either! Yuck! And snow when you have to drive is awful! I’d much rather stay inside and avoid all that messiness. What a great idea in enjoying summer through food. This smoothie looks so pretty with that pink colour and I bet it tastes amazing! Hubby and I have been drinking smoothies for breakfast for the past few months now and we have been loving it! So quick to make and always satisfying. Lovely combo with the strawberries and peaches and the yogurt is the perfect touch for protein to keep me full for longer. Pinned, of course. Hope you have a toasty warm and cozy weekend, my friend 🙂
Summer through food is the best when it’s nasty out! And I love having smoothies for breakfast, too! Thanks for the kind words, friend! Have a great weekend!
This is my second Midwest winter and I’m sort of getting used to it. I wouldn’t mind going back to North Carolina though, from whence we came.
I’m loving is pretty pink smoothie — it will help me dream of sweet, sweet summer, when peaches abound and the darn house doesn’t have to be hermetically sealed. I’m a windows-open kinda gal, I need that fresh air. Until then, I will delve into smoothie creaminess. Seriously, this looks so thick and lovely.
This midwest winter isn’t too horrible, compared to some that we’ve had in the past! Thanks for the kind words and for stopping by, Annie!
It’s even freezing here in San Diego – so cold and rainy, though I’m sure it’s nothing compared to your Midwest winter! Still wish I was sipping on this smoothie though 🙂 sounds so good!
Thanks, Rachel! It’s been crazy weather here, in the single digits last week, in the 20s today, and in the 50s next week! 🙂 Definitely perfect smoothie weather too!
Looks delicious! I’ve been enjoying smoothies a lot recently…even though I hate the cold! I don’t think I could handle a midwestern winter, since Virginia’s weather gets to me by January. 🙂
Oh I’m so done with winter by Christmas, but it’s been pretty mild this year compared to other winters, so I guess I can’t complain too much! 🙂 Thanks for the kind words, Blair!
Looks really scrumptious! I never thought about making a smoothie before. Can’t wait to try it…
Well, I’ve got most of the ingredients in my freezer already. I’m dieting and so I’ve got some frozen fruit, I don’t have vanilla yogurt, but I have cherry yogurt!
Thanks for the kind words and for stopping by, Angela! Cherry yogurt sounds like a delicious addition!
I feel the same way about winter. I am not a fan of driving when there is a lot of snow after the holidays. This beautiful smoothie is just the sunshine we could all use! Love the strawberry and peach combo!
Thanks, Kelly! I love this fruity combo, too!
I love smoothies in the winter! I don’t like being cold after drinking them but I use it as an excuse to hibernate and warm up under a blanket for a while. Never a bad thing 😉
Thanks for the sweet comment and for stopping by, Amanda! Smoothies are never a bad thing when cuddled under a blanket!
I don’t like winter, but I kind of like staying indoors when it is cold outside! This smoothie looks perfect! Love the strawberry peach combination!
Thanks, Mira! I love this smoothie, too!
I feel for you — I don’t think I’d make it living in those cold temps! I can totally see how this smoothie would give you a summertime feeling despite the cold — those flavors sound delicious! This looks so creamy too — I love it!
Thank you, Marcie! This smoothie really does give me hope that summer isn’t too far off! 🙂
I love winter and your strawberry peach smoothie as well. This looks so delicious.
Thanks for the kind words and for stopping by, Bindia!
very good recipe. Thanks
Glad you enjoyed!
Have you tried this with added protein powder or super greens powder?
Hi Christy! I haven’t added protein powder to this specific smoothie, but I have with others. You can definitely do that!