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Strawberry Peach Smoothie

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This strawberry peach smoothie recipe combines juicy peaches, sweet strawberries, and greek yogurt into a delicious four ingredient smoothie.

Added-sugar-free and high in protein, this yogurt smoothie is the perfect way to start your day and an excellent choice for enjoying the flavors of summer.

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Making Delicious Smoothies at Home

Homemade smoothies are fun to make and a great way to add more fruits and vegetables into your diet. They are also one of the easiest kitchen skills to master.

Simply gather your ingredients, cut them into chunks your blender can process, toss it all in, and blend. It’s really not much more difficult than that.

What makes this strawberry peach smoothie unique is the combination of ingredients. This smoothie depends on all fruit for it’s flavor and is naturally on the sweet side without any added sugar or sweetners. It’s also a yogurt based smoothie, which means it has an added boost of protein.

Are you new to making homemade smoothies? I’ve collected all of my favorite tips and tricks on how to make homemade smoothies in one place. Check it out and you’ll will master making the perfect smoothie in no time.

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What You’ll Need

What makes this strawberry peach smoothie special is the ingredients that go into it. This smoothie is a blend of fruit with a natural protein boost. From there you can add optional add-ins to make it uniquely your own.

  • Peaches – Fresh, jarred or frozen peaches taste delicious in smoothies. If you are using the kind packed in light syrup, I like to give them a rinse to get rid of the extra syrup.
  • Strawberries – Fresh strawberries are great if in season, frozen strawberries are best if out of season and/or you like a thicker smoothie.
  • Plain greek yogurt – My favorite smoothie protein boost greek yogurt helps make your smoothie thick. I like full fat, plain, but you can use low fat, vanilla or honey flavored, or plant-based alternatives.
  • Milk – More protein plus helps thin out the smoothie. Use whatever kind you keep on hand, dairy or plant-based options like coconut milk, oat milk, or almond milk are also good.
  • Honey – (optional) adds a little bit of sweetness, if needed. Agave or maple syrup make great vegan alternatives.

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How to Make a Delicious Smoothie

Making a smoothie is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Measure your ingredients into the blender. Puree until smooth. Serve immediately. You can measure by volume or weight, and as you gain more experience in what you like you’ll be able to measure by sight. My preference is to put the blender pitcher on my scale and measure by weight. It helps me to ensure consistent results without underestimating what I’m consuming.

Optional Smoothie Add-ins

The best part about making smoothies at home is that you can customize all of the ingredients for your own taste buds. Don’t like strawberries? Swap them for raspberries. Prefer nectarines over peaches? Use those instead! Like your smoothie extra thick and cold? Trade fresh strawberries and peaches for frozen strawberries and peaches.

Looking to take it a step beyond that? Try including some of these popular add-ins to make your smoothie uniquely yours.

  • Fresh leafy herbs like basil or cilantro
  • Flax seeds or chia seeds
  • Oats or oatmeal
  • Collagen powder or protein powder
  • Spices like ginger or cardamom
  • A splash of orange juice or lime juice

Tips for Success

No matter how easy a recipe may be, there is always room for a few tips to make your success guaranteed. When it comes to smoothies, most problems are about getting just the right consistency.

  • For a super thick rich smoothie – Swap some of the fresh fruit for frozen fruit and add the milk a little at a time as you blend the rest of the ingredients together. You may not use all of the milk, but add just enough to thin out the smoothie as needed.
  • If your smoothie is too thin – try adding a bit more greek yogurt or throw in a few ice cubes.
  • If your smoothie is too thick – add more milk or thin it out with some water.
A strawberry peach smoothie on a wood board next to fresh strawberries and peaches.

Strawberry Peach Smoothie FAQs

When it comes to questions about smoothies recipes, most of what I get are about customizing the flavors and/or swapping the ingredients for what you have in your pantry and fridge.

If you have additional questions about this strawberry peach smoothie, feel free to drop them in the comments below and I’ll will add them.

Strawberry peach smoothie in a glass with a strawberry and peach tucked onto the rim.

How to Store a Strawberry Peach Smoothie

As with most smoothies, the texture of this strawberry peach smoothie relies on the temperature of the ingredients in order to keep it’s thick, rich texture. It will not keep the right texture if stored in the fridge or freezer and is best when you drink it right away.

That said, if you absolutely must store it for later, the best method I’ve found so far is to pour it into ice cube trays and freeze it. When you are ready to enjoy pop the ice cubes back into the blender to return it to it’s thick, smooth consistency.

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Strawberry peach smoothie in a clear glass with gold dots, on a wooden board with a dark blue background

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

With the natural protein of greek yogurt and the sweetness of fresh fruit, this strawberry peach smoothie is a deliciously guilt-free way to start your day.
4.8 stars (11 ratings)
prep: 5 minutes
total: 5 minutes
servings: 1 serving


  • 1 medium peach (5 oz or 1 cup chopped)
  • 4 – 6 strawberries (6 oz or 1 cup chopped)
  • 1/2 cup plain greek yogurt (4 oz)
  • 1/2 cup milk (4 oz)


  • Place all ingredients in the blender.
  • Blend until smooth and enjoy!

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Both fresh of frozen fruit works well in this smoothie.


Serving: 12ouncesCalories: 225kcalCarbohydrates: 35gProtein: 16gFat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 17mgSodium: 107mgFiber: 4gSugar: 30g

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