This Strawberry Peach Smoothie is nice and sweet. It is the perfect summer treat. This drink is naturally dairy free, paleo & Whole30 friendly. This recipe is a great way to cool off on a hot day or when you want something sweet but refreshing. You will feel like you are drinking a sweet desert instead of a drink that is filled with protein and nutrients!
This smoothie is great to drink as is. If you want versatility, you could make it into a smoothie bowl and add a variety of toppings such as fresh fruit, seeds, gluten free granola, coconut flakes, or any other topping of choice!
This dish would be a great option to prepare in bulk in freeze in smoothie blocks so you just have to thaw it or you could create smoothie bags for your freezer with all of the ingredients pre-measured so you would just need to place it in the blender and add your liquid.
Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- It is so simple! You just dump your ingredients into your blender, blend until smooth, and enjoy!
- Kids will love this recipe. It is a great way to get a picky eater to have even more nutrients into their diet.
- This recipe is naturally gluten free, dairy free, paleo, soy free, and Whole30 friendly.
- Turning this recipe into a smoothie bowl similar to my Strawberry Banana Smoothie Bowl recipe would be a great variation.
- You can enjoy this recipe year round by using not only fresh fruit, but frozen as well!
- This would be a great snack for in the car for both adults and kids!
- Strawberries-You can use fresh or frozen. If you like your smoothies thicker and cold, I would use frozen! If you are using fresh, be sure to remove the stems.
- Peach-The best part in my opinion. I keep the skin on and just thoroughly wash it. Be sure to slice it down the middle and remove the pit. You can use frozen peaches, in fact I like to use
- Coconut milk-I like the canned milk from trader joe’s. It is naturally free of any preservatives and funny ingredients.
- Collagen peptides-This is my go to alternative for protein powder. Collagen can help the skin, hair, joints and muscles. It is a great source of protein.
- Banana-This makes your smoothie nice and sweet! The more ripe your banana the more sweet of a flavor it will give.
OPTIONAL ADD IN’S:
- Greens-If you were to add in greens to this smoothie I suggest adding in spinach.
See the recipe card below for a full list of ingredients and measurements.
Substitutions and Variations
- You can add greens such as spinach or kale to this recipe for additional nutrients.
- You could also add chia or flax seeds as well for additional nutrition.
- If you do not like coconut milk, you can swap it out for a different dairy free milk such as unsweetened almond milk.
This recipe has not been tested with other substitutions or variations. If you replace or add any ingredients, please let us know how it turned out in the comments below!
Step by Step Instructions
- Blender – I love my blender! I have had it for years and it is still in great shape.
- Tip # 1: You can bulk make this recipe ahead of time and freeze in silicone square molds in the freezer. Then all you will have to do is place the smoothie cubes into your cup and allow to thaw.
- Tip # 2: You could pre-measure your fruit ahead of time and have them in single recipe freezer storage bags. That way when you are ready, you can grab, dumb into the blender, and add your collagen peptides and coconut milk.
- Tip # 3: Once your smoothie mixture is fully blended, scrape down the sides of the blender and mix again to ensure your smoothie is fully combined.
- Tip # 4: If you use frozen berries, your smoothie will have a thicker consistency than fresh. If you like a thinner smoothie, you will want to thaw the berries before blending.
I use a Ninja! I have had it for years and love it. It cleans and washes well. I always hand wash it though. I do not trust the heat in the dishwasher with the plastic container.
For sure! I batch make my husband smoothies every week for work. I always make them on a Sunday and he drinks them until Friday.
No! You can swap out the coconut milk for your dairy free liquid of choice. I typically use almond milk or coconut milk. You will just want to make sure either choice is unsweetened and no additional flavoring.
Yes! I always recommend using unflavored and unsweetened though. Check the ingredients list as well to make sure there are not any additional additives.
- I suggest keeping your smoothies in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days.
- You could also bulk make this smoothie and freeze in cubes. These cubes can be stored in the freezer for up to one month.
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Strawberry Peach Smoothie
- 1 whole peach sliced and pitted
- 1 cup strawberries stem removed
- 1 cup coconut milk or regular milk if you tolerate that
- 2 scoops collagen peptides or protein powder if you tolerate that
- 1 whole banana peeled
- 1 cup spinach
- Place all ingredients in the blender and blend until smooth!