Strawberry Peach Smoothie

With creamy yogurt and two fruits, this Strawberry Peach Smoothie is as healthy as it is tasty.  Serve it for breakfast, snack time, or dessert. 

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

It’s good news that sometimes eating well can feel like cheating.  Like when you make something that’s tasty and healthy like this Strawberry Peach Smoothie.  Chock full of healthy yogurt, it even has two servings of fruit!  How good is that!

Even better, in the last days of winter, starting the day with fruit can feel like a breath of spring. 

Of course I first made this in late summer when fresh peaches were practically dripping from the trees.  But frozen fruit is also great for getting fruity goodness into your life. All year round! 

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

Why You’ll Love This!

Tasty.  With bright, beautiful Peach & Strawberry flavors and creamy yogurt, this is tasty enough to serve as dessert!

Healthy.  With a serving of dairy calcium and two servings of fruit, this will get your day off to a wonderful start!

Easy.  Just whir up 3-4 ingredients in your blender—how easy is that!

INgredients: yogurt, strawberries, a peach, sweetener (stevia)

What You’ll Need

Ingredient Notes

  • Plain yogurt.  This adds calcium and liquid to help the fruits blend up. Regular or Greek yogurt will work, but I prefer regular for the higher calcium amounts it has (see Tips & FAQs below for details).  You can also use dairy or non-dairy milk, especially if both of your fruits are frozen.
  • Strawberries.  This adds fruity goodness and tasty strawberry flavor!  Use fresh or frozen. Note that using one frozen fruit (either the berries or the peaches) will give you a thicker, frostier drink, but you can also add some ice if both fruits are fresh.
  • Peach.  This adds more fruity goodness, and is a flavor balance for the strawberries.  You can use fresh or frozen.
  • Optional Sweetener.  I use a few drops of stevia, but you can use omit completely, use maple syrup, sugar or your favorite sweetener.  The goal is to enhance the flavors without adding a lot of unhealthy sugar.  
  • Optional milk, OJ or ice.  This can help you balance the thickness depending on whether you use fresh or frozen fruit.  If both fruits are fresh, adding ice will give you a thicker, frostier smoothie.  If both fruits are frozen, you may need some additional liquid to blend it up. 

Special Tools

  • A high speed blender will make this blend up easily.

Step by Step Directions

If using frozen fruit, let it thaw just slightly so you can cut it. Then cut up into bite-sized pieces so it will blend better.

cut frozen fruit

Place ingredients except sweetener in blender.  Blend until smooth.  If too thick to blend (this can happen if both fruits are frozen), add some extra yogurt, or milk or orange juice.  If both fruits are fresh, add some ice if you’d like a thicker drink.

blend smoothie

Taste the smoothie and add your choice of sweetener as needed.  Pulse to mix in sweetener, then pour and enjoy!

How to Serve

This Strawberry Peach Smoothie is perfect served so many ways!  Use it as a grab and go breakfast if you’re in a hurry since it blends up fast.

Or serve it as a special after school snack or mid-day pick me up.

And it’s so tasty it will even work as dessert!

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

Variations and Special Diets

Want to go vegan or dairy free?  Just use a plant-based yogurt instead of a dairy yogurt.  Or go with oat milk or another vegan milk substitute instead of yogurt.

Low carb dieters might consider using a higher fat yogurt to reduce the carbs.  Full on keto folks can even make homemade yogurt using half and half!  And using sweetener rather than sugar will also drop the carbs. 

Want to make this even healthier?  Add 1 Tablespoon of ground flax seed.  Per Healthine this is full of benefits like omega-3, fiber and more!

And for some other delicious smoothies, take a look at my Mango Pineapple Smoothie or Strawberry Yogurt Smoothie!

Strawberry Peach Smoothie


Tips & FAQs

If you use both frozen strawberries and frozen peaches, this may be too thick to blend fully.  In that case, you can add some extra liquid such as milk or orange juice and re-blend.

On the other hand, if you use all fresh fruit, it will be thinner.  In that case, blending in some ice can thicken and chill it more.

Fresh Peaches

Why I prefer regular yogurt over Greek yogurt.  Have you ever compared the nutrition labels on Greek and regular yogurt?  If you do, you’ll see that Greek yogurt has less calcium—and this is a nutrient I struggle to get enough of.

Per Eating Well, “When comparing equal amounts of low-fat Greek yogurt with low-fat plain (regular) yogurt, Greek varieties contain about 60% less calcium compared to regular. That’s because some of the calcium is in the liquid, which is strained off in Greek varieties.”

Now if you’re using yogurt as a sour cream substitute, you’ll need it thick like Greek yogurt.  But this smoothie doesn’t need a thickness boost so regular is fine.

Of course if you’re ambitious or a general DIY kind of cook, you can have the best of both worlds by making your own yogurt.  If you add extra non-fat milk powder to your milk before you culture it, it will get thick like Greek yogurt.  Even better, instead of having less calcium like Greek yogurt, it will have more since you added extra milk solids.  Feel free to check out my homemade yogurt recipe.

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

With creamy yogurt and two fruits, this Strawberry Peach Smoothie is as healthy as it is tasty. Serve it for breakfast, snack time, or dessert. 
Author: Inger
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 5 mins
Course Beverage
Cuisine American
Servings 1
Calories 263 kcal


  • 1 cup reduced fat plain yogurt
  • 1 cup strawberries ideally frozen
  • 1 peach or equivalent frozen (about 8 slices)
  • 0-1 Tablespoons sweetener e.g. maple syrup, honey, sugar, allulose, a few drops of stevia
  • Optional ice, milk or OJ to adjust thickness of smoothie


  • If using frozen fruit, let thaw just slightly so you can cut it. Then cut up into bite-sized pieces so it will blend better.
  • Place ingredients except sweetener in blender. Blend until smooth, pulsing if needed to break up frozen fruit.
  • If the drink is too thick or the fruit won’t break up, you can add some milk or orange juice to thin and re-blend. If you’d like a thicker drink, add some ice and re-blend.
  • Taste and add sweetener as needed. Pulse to mix in sweetener, then pour and enjoy!


Calories: 263kcalCarbohydrates: 43gProtein: 15gFat: 5gSaturated Fat: 3gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.5gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 192mgPotassium: 977mgFiber: 5gSugar: 37gVitamin A: 631IUVitamin C: 93mgCalcium: 477mgIron: 1mg
I am not a health professional and nutrition data is calculated programatically. Accuracy may vary with product selection, calculator accuracy, etc. Consult a professional for the best information.
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2 thoughts on “Strawberry Peach Smoothie

  1. Raymund

    5 stars
    Your Smoothie recipe sounds absolutely delightful! It’s fantastic to hear that it’s not only delicious but also healthy, packed with the goodness of yogurt and two servings of fruit.

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