Strawberry peach smoothie

This summer-inspired blend of juicy fruits makes for a cool and refreshing beverage. The fruit and protein combination creates a satisfying Strawberry Peach Smoothie, ready in just 5 minutes!

As the weather warms up, cool down with a chilled glass of Strawberry Peach Smoothie. A mixture of ripe fruit, yogurt, and citrus juice makes for a quick breakfast or midday snack.

Ripe strawberries have a jammy flavor, that’s sweet with a hint of acidity. When paired with the slightly tart flavor of yellow peaches they are the perfect pairing.

I like to add some Greek yogurt and banana slices, for a creamier texture and extra protein in each serving. The natural sweetness and acidity in the orange juice brightens and balances the taste of the smoothie.

If you’re new to smoothie making and want to some ideas on how to mix and match check out our tips that cover everything from blenders to prepping ideas so you can enjoy them all summer long!

Tips for Making Smoothies

I use frozen strawberries and peaches to create the perfect consistency and you’ll use less ice so you won’t dilute the flavor of the smoothie. They’ve been picked and frozen at their peak ripeness, so they taste just as delicious as fresh fruit in this application.

Add the ice and fruit first, so that the blender blades have more time to break them into tiny pieces for a smoother texture. Next add the bananas, yogurt, and orange juice. The liquid will help process the ingredients. Add more liquid as needed to adjust the consistency.

Ways to Prep Smoothie Ingredients Ahead of Time

I like to portion individual servings of fruit into resealable zip-top bags. Go ahead and add the sliced bananas to save on time as well. When you’re ready to make your smoothies, just add the frozen items to the blender, along with your yogurt and juice, then blend.

Strawberry Peach Smoothie Swaps and Substitutions

Here are a few swaps and substitutions to mix up your smoothie game:

  • To make the beverage dairy-free, substitute the yogurt with coconut cream, or plant-based yogurt.
  • If you’d like a sweeter smoothie, add in a few teaspoons of honey, agave syrup, or pure maple syrup.
  • For a more tropical flavor, use pineapple, guava, mango or passion fruit juice as your liquid base.
  • For a creamier taste, use coconut milk, oat milk or almond milk instead of orange juice. 

Strawberry Peach Smoothie

Prep Time 5 mins

Total Time 5 mins

Serving 1 (16 ounce) smoothie


  • 1/2 cup ice cubes

  • 1/2 cup frozen strawberries

  • 1/2 cup frozen peaches

  • 1/4 cup fresh sliced banana

  • 1/4 cup plain, unsweetened Greek yogurt

  • 3/4 cup orange juice


  1. Add ingredients into blender:

    Add ice cubes, strawberries, peaches, banana slices, yogurt, and orange juice to the blender.

  2. Blend smoothie:

    Cover and process on medium speed for about 15 to 30 seconds, using the tamper as needed. Increase speed to high for 15 to 30 seconds until the smoothie is thick and smooth. Add juice as needed to achieve the desired consistency.

  3. Serve:

    Pour smoothie in a tall glass and serve immediately.

Nutrition Facts (per serving)





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By Jessica Gavin

Location: Southern California

Education: Master’s Degree in Agriculture from California Polytechnic State University, Bachelor’s Degree in Food Science from California Polytechnic State University, Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts from The Art Institute

Expertise: Food science, Culinary science

  • Certified Culinary Scientist (7+years)
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Jessica is a Certified Culinary Scientist and Certified Food Scientist with a passion for inspiring home cooks to embrace the science behind cooking. She is the author of Easy Culinary Science For Better Cooking (2018) and develops recipes, guides, culinary science, and nutrition articles for her website

Jessica has been a recipe contributor to Simply Recipes since 2018, and published journal articles and book chapters on the topic of cheese technology in 2007.

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