A peach smoothie makes for a perfect, quick-fix breakfast or afternoon snack.

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With just a few ingredients, and two of those optional, this peach smoothie recipe will quickly become a favorite throughout peach season.

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And this peach season, I’ve been obsessed with peaches and peach recipes. I just can’t get enough of them.

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Of course, you can easily use any type of peach in this peach smoothie recipe. White peaches are gorgeous and nectarines work perfectly!

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Just be sure to use really ripe peaches for the best results. You know, those peaches that you don’t know what to do with that seem like they could easily be overripe? Those are the best.

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Here’s my Peach Smoothie recipe. Hope you love ’em!


Peach Smoothie Recipe

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4.75 from 4 votes

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Prep Time2 mins
Total Time2 mins
Servings: 2 -3
Author: Robyn Stone | Add a Pinch


  • 3-4 large peaches peeled and roughly chopped
  • 2 tablespoons Maple syrup or honey optional
  • 1 cup yogurt optional
  • 1 cup ice


  • Add peaches to the container of a blender. Add maple syrup or honey and/ or yogurt, if using. Blend for about 30 seconds or until completely smooth. Remove the lid to the blender and add ice. Return the lid and blend for about 30 more seconds until smoothie is completely smooth and no ice chunks remain.
  • Pour into glasses and serve.
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29 Comments Leave a comment or review

  1. Yum! I used to drink smoothies every morning but have gotten away from it lately. I definitely need to pick it back up. I have some nectarines that would be perfect for this!

    1. Hi Mary,
      Sure, frozen peaches should work just fine. You’ll want to reduce or omit the ice when using frozen fruit and you may need to add a bit of liquid, such as juice from grapes or even a bit of water.

  2. Very yummy! I used frozen peaches, no crushed ice, a packet of Truvia, and sweetened vanilla almond milk. The smoothie was very thick and filling, and very sweet! I might even leave out the Truvia next time or only use half a packet.

    1. Hi Gracie,
      I’ve not made this smoothie with milk, but it should be fine. It may not be as thick or creamy as it would be with yogurt. I hope you enjoy it! Thanks!

  3. Great recipe! I used maple syrup and greek yogurt along with the peaches and ice. Quick and easy to make. I have a smaller blender, though, so I had to make it a half batch at a time. Would recommend!

  4. I simplified it somewhat..I used del Monte all natural (no sugar) and 1 cup of ice and light vanilla yogurt. I pureed the peaches and crushed the ice.. honestly tasted close to a peach milkshake.. next Time I’m freezing the peaches and yogurt before I put it in the blender.

  5. Yes! This is delicious with maple syrup. You may not need to peel the peaches if they’re really ripe. I didn’t have any yogurt so I subbed in milk. Yummy!

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