Peaches and Coconut Cream Smoothie

I am always on the lookout for new snacks and breakfast ideas, that aren't a ton of calories, but that are full of protein, and will keep my filling full. I am on a smoothie kick lately and this Peaches and Coconut Cream Smoothie is tasting like a delicious dessert. You need to try this one.

I love making healthy smoothies. I especially love when they are delicious. They taste great and make me feel skinny.

This Peaches and Coconut Cream Smoothie literally tastes like peach ice cream.

It’s an easy recipe with only three ingredients. This recipe, makes eating healthy easy. This smoothie tastes so good, you could even consider it a dessert.

If you are looking for a simple and delicious dessert, or smoothie recipe, that won’t kill your calories or your diet, yet satisfy your sweet tooth, this recipe is specifically for you.

could i make this recipe using fresh peaches?

You could definitely make this recipe, using fresh peaches. We love the taste of fresh peaches in our smoothies, because they add so much delicious and sweet flavor to them.

However, if you do use fresh peaches, we recommend adding a half cup of ice to make it cold, and icy.

If you like your smoothies normal, you don’t have to add ice, but I love the cold combination of fruit and ice, when it comes to smoothies.

what could I use in place of a banana?

The banana just adds a little thickness and sweetness to the smoothie. However, if you are not a banana fan, you could take it out, and add a little bit more of the other ingredients.

I prefer the sweet taste of the banana’s but I know they aren’t for everyone. The smoothie doesn’t necessarily need it, but it does make it more smooth and sweet.

You could also add about a tablespoon of honey, if you are looking to naturally sweeten up the smoothie.

what could i use instead of coconut milk?

If you don’t love coconut milk, you could also use regular milk, almond milk, or really any milk. You could also add a drop of coconut extract if you are looking for a coconut flavor.

I also like to add about a tablespoon of shredded coconut flakes. It adds a little texture, and it brings out a little more coconut flavor.

I also like to top my smoothies with whipped cream and coconut flakes. Again, this is totally optional, but I do recommend it because it tastes amazing.

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Looking for more healthy snacks? Here are a few of my favorite:

Frozen Yogurt Bites
Strawberry and Granola Yogurt Bites
Strawberry Greek Yogurt Cake
Berries and Oats Green Smoothie
Creamy Yogurt Fresh Fruit Salad

Peaches and Coconut Cream Smoothie

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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  • 1 cup frozen peaches
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  • Reddi Whip (optional)


  1. Combine frozen peaches, banana, and coconut milk.
  2. Blend in blender or smoothie maker until smooth and creamy texture.
  3. Top with whip cream or Reddi whip.
  4. Enjoy!



60 cal


15 g


1 g
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5 Responses to “Peaches and Coconut Cream Smoothie”

  1. Regina
    I make a peach smoothie almost the same, except I add a splash of coconut extract and drizzle a bit of melted (good quality) coconut oil on top. Pop it in the freezer for a minute or two till the coconut oil hardens and its like that ice cream topping that gets crunchy! It's my breakfast, but tastes like dessert! My favorite!

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