You can't go wrong with just three ingredients in a recipe! This blueberry-peach smoothie is just as refreshing as it is beautiful!
It's no secret that I love smoothies, but with all of the smoothie recipes I create, surprisingly there aren't very many that include blueberries (so far). I love blueberries, but I think I
hold back on adding them to smoothies because depending on what else is going in the blender, blueberries can make a smoothie come out with a really "interesting" color. For example,
if you add them to green smoothies, you can easily end up with a grey-ish smoothie instead of one that's either bright green or purple, like you'd expect it to be. But I'm trying to get out
of my blueberry-less smoothie rut, and start using them more often! :)
This blueberry-peach smoothie is SO refreshing! When I first made this recipe, I ended up making it everyday for the rest of that week (when I ran out of frozen fruit). I just
couldn't get enough of it! One quick note: if you have fresh sweet peaches on hand, that will make this smoothie so sweet and delicious, but frozen work really well too -
just know that sometimes frozen peaches aren't very sweet, so you may need to add a teaspoon of honey if your peaches are a little on the tart side. This recipe includes plain Greek yogurt
which helps make it creamier, and also adds a boost of protein so this can be a quick breakfast option for the morning rush. Enjoy!
Three-Ingredient Blueberry Peach Smoothie
Makes 1 smoothie
- 1/2 cup frozen blueberries
1/2 cup fresh or frozen peach slices
1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
1 cup water
*optional: 1-2 teaspoons honey
- Place all ingredients in a blender and blend at least one minute or until the ingredients are completely combined and the smoothie is creamy.
*Add honey if the frozen peaches are tart, otherwise, this smoothie is sweet all on its' own!
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