Easy-Peasy Fresh Peach Smoothie

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healthy smoothie

(Update 18/08/2015: this post was written before I started my Slimming World journey. Whilst delicious and nutritious this recipe does not form part of the SW plan:) ).

I can’t bear to throw away fresh fruit (it’s so expensive!) but neither my children, or myself, particularly like over-ripe fruit. One great way to use it up is in a fresh smoothie.

ripe peaches

I bought this punnet of peaches just under a week ago and they weren’t quite ripe. I rested them to the side, then forgot about them. They may look okay, but actually, they were starting to turn. I reckon another day or two and they would have been all fuzzy!

To make a super-easy peach smoothie, you will need:

  • 4 ripe peaches (peeled and stoned)
  • 1 small carton fat-free or low-fat natural yoghurt
  • a splash of fresh orange juice or milk to thin consistency

peaches in blender

Peel and chop your peaches and toss into blender

Yeo Valley yoghurt for smoothie

Add an entire (small) carton of yoghurt.

This is a great task to let the kiddos help with and have fun making fresh, nutritious food!

children's smoothies

Whizz on full-speed until blended and smooth.

Depending on your preference, you can also add a splash of milk or fresh orange juice to thin the consistency.


It was great to see Lauren enjoy it so much, too.

I even kept a little aside to freeze as ice pops… ¬†sneaking even more fresh fruit into their diet, cleverly disguised as a treat!

drinking smoothies

… oh, and whilst those coloured paper straws look fun, they were not a good idea with smoothies. They just went all mushy after a short while. Not good.

Do you eat smoothies?

What is your favourite fruit to have in a smoothie?

~ Natalie

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