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Peach Smoothie Bowls

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Summertime is more delicious with Peach Smoothie Bowls! Combining thick peach smoothies with fresh peaches and blackberries, granola, and chia seeds, this bowl should be on repeat all summer long!

Craving other peach recipes? Try my Skillet Peach Cobbler, Easy Peach Galette (Semi-Homemade), and my Puff Pastry Peach Tartlets.

Overhead shot of a smoothie bowl with granola and fruit.

Healthy Smoothie Bowls

We love our smoothies here, and rotate between smoothie bowls using seasonal fruit, Berry Peanut Butter Smoothies, Orange Julius Smoothies, and many other versions. It’s fun to experiment with different combinations, especially when using healthy ingredients. Have you tried my recent Cherry Smoothies? SO good!

Because I don’t have food allergies or sensitivities, I tend to use regular cow’s milk and yogurt. So if you have issues with dairy, you can use dairy-free options which are readily available in most grocery stores.

Side shot of a peach smoothie bowl.

It’s Farmer’s Market Week!

This week I’m collaborating with some of my food blogging friends to celebrate the best flavors of summer in what we are calling Farmer’s Market Week.

All week we will be sharing some of our favorite recipes that incorporate ingredients you will find at your local farmer’s market.. You can find more farmer’s market inspiration at the bottom of this post after the recipe, so keep scrolling!

Farmer’s Market Week is always the first week in August. Whether you have a great local farm stand or market, are a member of a CSA or purchase your fruits and vegetables at the supermarket, follow our Pinterest board, for great recipes including those for appetizers, drinks, breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert and more.

Ingredients for Peach Smoothie Bowls

  • Frozen Peaches – Frozen fruit is so convenient to use for smoothie bowls. We keep a variety in our freezer at all times for all the smoothies and smoothie bowls.
  • Milk – Use any type of milk you drink. Use JUST enough to make THICK smoothies. You may need to add ice to thicken it a bit.
  • Greek Yogurt – I normally use vanilla yogurt but love to keep different flavors on hand too. Peach Greek yogurt would be great!
  • Banana – Use a ripe banana for smoothies. Over-ripe bananas work too (and are a great way to use them up) as well as frozen bananas. If using frozen, you’re going to probably need to add more liquid to the mixture.
  • Toppings – Here’s where it gets fun. I love using different toppings every time I make these. For this go-around, I used fresh peach slices, fresh blackberries, the other half of the banana (leftover from the smoothies), some homemade granola (or store-bought works too), and a sprinkle of chia seeds. Use whatever you have handy!

How to make Peach Smoothie Bowls

This is such a simple recipe. You can have it ready in 10 minutes!

  1. Gather the ingredients. You’ll need frozen peaches, milk, Greek yogurt, and a banana.
  2. Place ingredients in blender. Start with the softer ingredients and add half of the peaches.
  3. Blend. Start the blender, and add additional frozen peaches until they are all well blended. You may need to add more liquid if the blender isn’t processing everything. But since you want this smoothie bowl to be THICK, you may need to add some ice at the end.
  4. Assemble bowls. In two medium bowls, add the base peach smoothie mixture. Then add toppings – fresh fruit, granola, and chia seeds.
  5. EAT!
Closeup on the smoothie bowl.

Best Granola Recipes

We love adding granola to our bowls. I’ve got some delicious recipes on the blog and either one of the recipes below would be perfect. We keep our granola in the freezer and both are best enjoyed cold!

Expert Tips

  1. If you have an excess of ripe peaches, by all means, use those! I’d remove the skins for sure, and then you’ll need to use less milk and some ice to make it nice and cold and THICK.
  2. For a change, try using fruit juice (like apple or peach) in the smoothie. It will change the flavor profile, but still so delish!
  3. Use other toppings! I love piling lots of fresh fruit on these smoothie bowls. Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, kiwi – you name it. Any kind of toasted nuts or coconut would also be great.
  4. If you like an extra sweet smoothie base, try adding some honey or pure maple syrup to the blender. You can also just drizzle it on top of the finished bowls.
A spoonful of peach smoothie bowl.

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xoxo ~Sue

Overhead shot of a smoothie bowl with granola and fruit.

Peach Smoothie Bowls

Summertime is more delicious with Peach Smoothie Bowls! Combining thick peach smoothies with fresh peaches and blackberries, granola, and chia seeds, this bowl should be on repeat all summer long!
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Course: Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: peach smoothie bowls
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2 bowls
Calories: 410kcal
Author: Sue Ringsdorf

Ingredients

For the bowls:

  • 16 oz. frozen peaches
  • 3/4 cup milk
  • 5.3 oz. Greek yogurt
  • 1/2 medium banana

Toppings:

  • 1 cup blackberries
  • 1/2 medium peach
  • 1/2 medium banana
  • 1/2 cup granola
  • a sprinkle of chia seeds – optional
  • honey or maple syrup – to sweeten (optional)

Instructions

  • Place all ingredients in the blender starting with the softer ones and half of the frozen peaches. Blend and then add more peaches as you go.
  • If the mixture is too thick, add more liquid. If it's too thin, add some ice. You want the smoothie base to be THICK!
  • Assemble bowls. In two medium bowls, add the base peach smoothie mixture. Then add the toppings – fresh fruit, granola, and chia seeds.

Notes

Expert Tips:
  1. If you have an excess of ripe peaches, by all means, use those! I’d remove the skins for sure, and then you’ll need to use less milk and some ice to make it nice and cold and THICK.
  2. For a change, try using fruit juice (like apple or peach) in the smoothie. It will change the flavor profile, but still so delish!
  3. Use other toppings! I love piling lots of fresh fruit on these smoothie bowls. Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, kiwi – you name it. Any kind of toasted nuts or coconut would also be great.
  4. If you like an extra sweet smoothie base, try adding some honey or pure maple syrup to the blender. You can also just drizzle it on top of the finished bowls.

Nutrition

Calories: 410kcal | Carbohydrates: 73g | Protein: 18g | Fat: 8g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 2g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 8mg | Sodium: 77mg | Potassium: 1187mg | Fiber: 11g | Sugar: 46g | Vitamin A: 1230IU | Vitamin C: 38mg | Calcium: 259mg | Iron: 3mg

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