Peachy Peach Smoothie

"This is sure to satisfy your craving for peaches. The banana combined with the yogurt gives it a smooth, creamy texture."
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Ready In:


  • 1 medium banana, frozen
  • 1 medium peach, peeled, pitted
  • 1 (6 ounce) container low-fat peach yogurt
  • 23 cup vanilla-flavored soymilk
  • 12 cup ice cube


  • Approximately 15 minutes before making the smoothie lay the banana out of the freezer to defrost slightly.
  • Peel the banana add along with remaining ingredients to blender container.
  • Process until smooth and creamy, enjoy!

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  1. Very good! Kid pleaser! I used 1% milk and increased it to 1 cup and omitted the ice cubes (my kids don't like their smoothies too thick or too cold!) and it came out perfectly. I also used 1 fresh banana rather than the frozen one called for. My son downed his first cup in less than a minute. ;)
  2. I used frozen peaches, but this is probably better with a fresh one! My version came out bland. I added about three frozen strawberries to pick it up a bit. I recommend waiting until the summer to give this one a fair try.
  3. mmmm so good i didn't have the vanilla flavored soymilk so i used regulare milk and added some vanilla extract it was so yummy! I had to get my whole family to try it out. Thanks Paula
  4. Very good smoothie! The banana added some sweetness along with frozen peaches (omitted ice). Thanks Paula, for posting! Roxygirl
  5. I made this with fresh peaches we picked up at a produce stand in the country this weekend. I only had strawberry yogurt in the fridge so I used that and it came out dee-lish-ous!


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