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This healthy strawberry peach smoothie is packed with nutritious ingredients, like greek yogurt, avocado, and ginger. Recipe is gluten-free, naturally sweetened only with fruit, and can be made vegan/dairy-free if needed. Delicious and filling enough for breakfast!

Strawberry peach smoothie in two glass jars.

If there are two fruits that signify the start of summer for me, it’s got to be strawberries and peaches. The best part? They taste SO good together (this strawberry peach crisp is evidence).

I knew I had to combine the two together to make this delicious strawberry peach smoothie! It’s so tasty, yet filled with nutritious, good-for-you ingredients.

As always, I’ve included possible ingredient swaps and highlighted some nutrition benefits of some key ingredients below.

As a dietitian, I’ve also made sure to make this a balanced breakfast option, filled with fiber-rich carbs, healthy fats, and quality protein. Enjoy!

Want more smoothie recipe inspiration? Check out my roundup of easy, healthy smoothie recipes for more ideas!

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Recipe Ingredients Needed

All you need to make this strawberry peach smoothie are 9 nutritious ingredients:

  • strawberries (fresh or frozen)
  • peaches (fresh or frozen)
  • milk of choice (I used unsweetened almond milk)
  • plain greek yogurt
  • avocado (fresh or frozen)
  • vanilla extract
  • cinnamon
  • ginger (fresh or ground)
  • chia seeds

Full ingredient measurements and detailed instructions are located in the recipe card at the bottom of this post!

*Note – if using fresh ingredients instead of frozen, you will likely have to add ice to get the temperature nice and cold. The beauty of frozen ingredients in smoothies is that it gives the perfect temperature without having to water down the flavours! Plus, you get the added benefit of that smooth, thick texture.

Recipe Modifications & Ingredient Swaps

  1. Instead of almond milk, you can use any milk or milk alternatives that you like. Just aim for an unsweetened one, if possible.
  2. For a vegan version, you can swap the greek yogurt with a vegan alternative. Do note that this will likely lower the protein content of this smoothie (you can make up for it by using soy milk or a plant-based protein powder!)
  3. Feel free to experiment with other fruits in this smoothie too – bananas, raspberries, etc. would all taste delicious 🙂
  4. If you want to make this a green smoothie, feel free to add a couple handfuls of spinach. Promise it won’t change the taste at all!
  5. You could also try switching up the flavours (e.g. the cinnamon and ginger) by adding a little bit of fresh mint or a splash of orange juice – these flavours pair so well with strawberries and peaches, too.
  6. In place of chia seeds, you could use hemp seeds or flax seeds (or leave them out entirely, but I like them for the added nutrition benefits!)
  7. If you want to increase the protein content of this smoothie, feel free to add a scoop of your favourite protein powder. An unflavoured or vanilla version would work best. I also like using an unflavoured collagen powder – I find it doesn’t change the taste or texture of the smoothie as much as most protein powders.
Smoothie ingredients in a blender.

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Strawberry Nutrition Benefits

Strawberries are a good source of dietary fibre (a 1 cup serving contains 3 grams). Fibre helps to lower blood cholesterol and promotes a healthy digestive system.

Strawberries are particularly high in vitamin C, which plays an essential role in immune function, skin health, and acts as an antioxidant.

Strawberries also contain a small amount of other micronutrients, like:

  • potassium
  • vitamin B6
  • folate
  • phosphorus
  • magnesium

Want more strawberry recipes? Check out my roundup of 15+ recipes using strawberries!

Peach Nutrition Benefits

One medium-sized peach provides over 2 grams of dietary fibre, 16% of your daily vitamin C needs, and 10% of your daily vitamin A.

This stone fruit is also a decent source of other micronutrients like:

  • vitamin E
  • vitamin K
  • niacin
  • potassium
  • magnesium
  • phosphorus
  • copper

Peaches also contain antioxidants like lutein and zeaxanthin, to help protect from free radical damage.

Strawberry peach smoothie in two glass jars.

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This healthy strawberry peach smoothie is packed with nutritious ingredients, like greek yogurt, avocado, and ginger. Recipe is gluten-free, naturally sweetened only with fruit, and can be made vegan/dairy-free if needed. Delicious and filling enough for breakfast!
Strawberry peach smoothie in two glass jars.
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Ingredients

  • 1 cup almond milk, unsweetened (or other milk of choice)
  • 2 fresh peaches, pit removed (or about 1 heaping cup frozen slices)
  • 2 cups strawberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 1/4 cup avocado chunks (fresh or frozen)
  • 3/4 cup plain greek yogurt
  • 2 Tbsp chia seeds
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/2 tsp ginger
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • Optional: unflavoured or vanilla protein powder, ice cubes (if not using frozen ingredients)

Instructions

  • Add all ingredients to a high-speed blender, starting with the almond milk.
  • Blend on high until smooth and creamy. Feel free to adjust flavours or amounts of liquid until desired taste/consistency is reached. Enjoy!

Notes

*FRESH VS FROZEN INGREDIENTS: if using fresh ingredients instead of frozen, you will likely have to add ice to get the temperature nice and cold. The beauty of frozen ingredients in smoothies is that it gives the perfect temperature without having to water down the flavours! Plus, you get the added benefit of that smooth, thick texture. I personally love using frozen produce in smoothies 😉
*RECIPE MODIFICATIONS:
  • For a vegan version, you can swap the greek yogurt with a vegan alternative. Do note that this will likely lower the protein content of this smoothie (you can make up for it by using soy milk or a plant-based protein powder!)
  • Feel free to experiment with other fruits in this smoothie too – bananas, raspberries, etc. would all taste delicious 🙂
  • If you want to make this a green smoothie, feel free to add a couple handfuls of spinach. Promise it won’t change the taste at all!
  • You could also try switching up the flavours (e.g. the cinnamon and ginger) by adding a little bit of fresh mint or a splash of orange juice – these flavours pair so well with strawberries and peaches, too.
  • In place of chia seeds, you could use hemp seeds or flax seeds (or leave them out entirely – I like them for the added nutrition benefits!)
  • If you want to increase the protein content of this smoothie, feel free to add a scoop of your favourite protein powder. An unflavoured or vanilla version would work best. I also like using an unflavoured collagen powder – I find it doesn’t change the taste or texture of the smoothie as much as most protein powders.
 
*LEFTOVERS (FRIDGE): If your mornings are a rush, rest assured that you can make a smoothie the night before! This smoothie will keep for about 1 day in the fridge. Simply pour it into a jar with a lid and refrigerate. Separation is normal – just give the jar a good shake before drinking.
*LEFTOVERS (FREEZER): If you’d like to freeze this smoothie, you can do this by pouring any extra smoothie into silicone ice cube trays or muffin tins and placing them in the freezer. Once frozen, you can pop out the smoothie “cubes” and store them in a freezer-safe bag. Just thaw them for a few hours or the night before you want the smoothie.

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