This deliciously creamy strawberry peach pie smoothie is soon to become your new favourite breakfast! Packed full of frozen strawberries, peaches, banana, oats and Greek yoghurt, it tastes like dessert in a glass.
I love a good smoothie for breakfast in the summertime, how about you? Cool, creamy and refreshing, it’s the perfect start to the day, especially after a morning run. Bonus points if you sit and drink it in the sunshine, too! Smoothies are also super quick and easy to make, making them perfect for an on the go breakfast or snack!
My new favourite is this strawberry peach pie smoothie! It tastes like a big slice of summer fruit pie in a glass, you know, as far as a smoothie can taste like that! But seriously. Combine sweet summer fruits (a mixture of fresh and frozen is perfect for the best texture and for ease of blending!) with some Greek yoghurt, rolled oats, almond butter and a bit of spice and you have yourself one delicious glassful!
Ingredients you’ll need
We’re cramming some delicious ingredients into this smoothie, here’s what you’ll need:
- banana – you’ll need one large banana as the base of this smoothie. It adds plenty of sweetness and creaminess. I use a fresh banana as I add the other fruits frozen – but you could use a frozen banana if you wanted to use fresh strawberries or peaches.
- frozen strawberries – you can use fresh if you prefer, just ensure that you use some frozen fruit in this smoothie so that it stays cool and creamy!
- frozen peaches and/or nectarines – I buy a mixture of frozen peaches and nectarines but you could use either. Using some frozen fruit in the smoothie really helps the texture and consistency, plus the peaches are ready-prepared!
- Greek yoghurt – for an extra creamy smoothie, plus added protein which helps to keep you fuller for longer.
- rolled oats – for a little extra texture and to make the smoothie more satiating.
- almond butter – for even more protein plus healthy monounsaturated fats.
- almond milk – I tend to use almond milk in my smoothies but you can use any milk you like!
- ground cinnamon and vanilla extract – this is a strawberry peach pie smoothie after all, so we need some spice! I used vanilla bean paste which is extra delicious!
Some frequently asked smoothie questions
Yes! If you want to do this, I recommend filling individual freezer bags or containers with the measured out fruit and keeping those in your freezer until ready to blend! You could also measure out the oats and cinnamon into the bags, but you’ll have to add the Greek yoghurt, almond butter, vanilla and almond milk when you’re blending the smoothie up. You might have to add a little more milk than listed in the recipe as all of the fruit will be frozen in this case. You could also blend up the smoothie the night before and keep it in a bottle in the fridge, but I wouldn’t recommend keeping the blended smoothie much longer than a day as it won’t be as delicious!
Yes of course! Feel free to switch up the fruits you use to make it your own. Cherries or raspberries would be great in place of the strawberries. If you don’t like banana, I’d recommend using some frozen mango in it’s place to keep the smoothie creamy! You could also use frozen cauliflower but it won’t be as sweet.
If that’s your thing, sure! Just add a scoop in when you blend it up. You could also add a spoonful of ground flax, chia seeds or hemp seeds. If you add flax or chia, be mindful that you’ll need to drink it right away, otherwise it will thicken up.
I hope you’ll give this strawberry peach pie smoothie a try! If you make it, be sure to leave a comment, rate the recipe and tag me on Instagram! I love to see your creations!
And if you’re looking for more smoothie recipes, why not try:
Strawberry Peach Pie Smoothie
- 1 large banana
- 1 cup frozen peach and/or nectarine slices
- 1 cup frozen strawberries
- 1/2 cup Greek yoghurt
- 1/4 cup rolled oats
- 2 tablespoons almond butter
- 1 cup almond milk (or milk of choice)
- 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Add all ingredients to a high-powered blender. Blend for a minute or until smooth, adding more milk to help it blend if necessary. Pour into 2 glasses and serve.