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This simple peach blueberry smoothie is super quick and easy to make. It’s packed with nutrients and it is completely vegan and dairy-free.
Why you’ll love it
This peach blueberry smoothie is:
- Made with just 4 simple ingredients
- Dairy-free and vegan
- Naturally sweet, with no added sugar
- Super easy to make!
- A simple way to get more fruit into your diet
If you love peaches, try out this peach banana smoothie too!
- Fresh peach: Don’t worry about the size of your peach. You can adjust the amount of milk depending on the size of peach you use. Smoothies are very easy to adjust, so a specific size is not needed here.
- Frozen blueberries: Make sure you use frozen to give your smoothie a thick and frosty texture.
- Chia seeds: I love adding chia seeds to my smoothies for some added protein and healthy plant-based omega 3s.
- Oat milk or almond milk: These are my two favorite types of plant-based milk to use in smoothies. You could try a different type of milk that you enjoy if you don’t have either of these.
How to make
Start by washing and cutting your peach. There is no need to peel it as long as you have a good quality blender.
Then simply add the chopped peach to your blender along with the frozen blueberries, chia seeds, and milk of choice.
Blend until smooth and that’s it!
I recommend enjoying this smoothie immediately after blending for the best texture.
If you have a high powered blender such as a Vitamix, you can chop the peach in fairly large chunks, but if you know your blender isn’t as powerful, you may want to chop your peach into smaller pieces so it will blend more easily.
If you need more milk to get your smoothie blended, add just a small amount, then try re-blending. Adding too much at once could make your smoothie too thin.
- Instead of using chia seeds, you could use hemp hearts. You could also omit if you don't have either, as they will not have a large effect on the taste of your smoothie.
- I recommend using oat milk or almond milk for this smoothie, but you can try a different type of milk if you don’t use these milks. Make sure you don’t use a milk that has a strong flavor.
- Adjust the amount of milk based on how thick or thin you like your smoothies. If your smoothie is too thin, you can add some more frozen blueberries or ice cubes. If it is too thick, simply add a bit more milk or water.
Try these other fruit smoothies:
- Kiwi banana smoothie
- Pineapple banana smoothie
- Blueberry banana peanut butter smoothie
- Strawberry blueberry banana smoothie
- Beet powder strawberry smoothie
- 1 fresh peach
- 1 cup frozen blueberries
- ½ tablespoon chia seeds
- 1 cup oat or almond milk
- Chop your peach, removing the pit.
- Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
If you need more liquid to get your smoothie blended, slowly add some more milk. Make sure you don’t add too much, or your smoothie may end up being too thin.
The calorie count for this smoothie is an estimate based on using almond milk.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 240