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This Banana Peach Smoothie recipe is so perfect for a healthy snack, easy meal on the go, or a simple sweet treat. Frozen peaches, bananas, greek yogurt, milk, and honey are blended together for a creamy, dreamy hunger fix that is not only healthy but delicious too! 

Peach Smoothie on a white styling board with ingredients laid out around the glass.

Smoothies are always a hit with our family! We often have them for breakfast, mid-day snacks or even as a treat to enjoy during movie nights. I love making them because they are always full of healthy ingredients and clean up is a breeze.

Our go-to smoothie recipes are my Pineapple Smoothie, Skinny Berry Smoothie, Strawberry Banana Smoothie and Cherry Smoothie. We love a creamy Orange Julius, too. But I wanted to change things up and since we love peaches so much, creating a recipe featuring peaches just made sense. This Banana Peach Smoothie recipe is a winner and definitely a new favorite.

What’s in a Banana Peach Smoothie?

Making smoothies is so easy! I often have my kids help and my older children love to make them on their own. For this smoothie, you will need:

  • Frozen peaches – you can use fresh if you have them, but you may need to add ice.
  • Banana – for added health benefits and flavor.
  • Greek yogurt – You can use plain or flavored, or regular yogurt if that’s what you have on hand. Greek yogurt is thicker and healthier, so it’s preferred.
  • Honey – for sweetness. You are welcome to use any sweetener you like.
  • About ½ cup of liquid – water or milk. Juice is also an option but adds a lot of sugar to your smoothie.
ingredients foe peach banana smoothie: peaches, banana, greek yogurt, honey, mint. Text describes the ingredients

Do I put ice in a smoothie?

I prefer to use frozen fruit instead of ice to thicken my smoothies; ice tends to water them down. The recipe below is my ideal consistency but everyone likes their smoothies a little different.

To thicken this smoothie, you can use less milk or water. Using frozen fruit will also help keep your smoothie nice and thick and if that doesn’t work, you can always add some ice to the blender to really thicken things up!

If you prefer your smoothie to be a bit thinner, add additional milk or water and adjust the amount of frozen fruit.

How to Make a Banana Peach Smoothie

Place everything in the blender and pulse, scraping the sides often until everything is blended. Once everything gets going, blend on medium speed until it’s completely smooth.

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Are peach smoothies healthy?

Yes! The ingredients in this smoothie are very nourishing to your body and add many nutritional benefits.

  • Peaches are anti-inflammatory, reduce allergy symptoms, help support heart health and are loaded with vitamins A, C, K and E.
  • Bananas are great for digestion, are extremely high in Vitamin C and are great for your skin, among many other things!
  • Greek Yogurt is packed with protein and probiotics. It will help help you full, longer and is great for your bones!
  • Honey is a rich source of phenols and other antioxidant compounds and also supports heart health.

Can I Use Fresh Peaches?

Yes! If you are using fresh peaches, you may find you need less liquid than the recipe calls for. Just prepare the smoothie as directed and slowly add the liquid at the end. Note above that you may need to add ice for a thicker consistency.

Banana Peach Smoothie without Yogurt

If you don’t care for greek yogurt, or just don’t have any in the house you can still make this recipe! Greek yogurt can be replaced with regular yogurt. If you have a dairy sensitivity you can use your favorite dairy alternative.

If you truly want to make this recipe 100% yogurt free, just omit the yogurt completely and the smoothie will turn out just fine. I do recommend using your favorite milk of choice as the liquid if you are omitting the yogurt completely. It helps keep things creamy.

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Storage Tips

This recipe makes two smoothies. But if you are looking to make them in advance or just want to enjoy one right away, they are extremely easy to store!

Refrigerator storage: If you want to enjoy it within 24 hours, you can keep it in the fridge and give it a quick stir before serving. Please note, the frozen ingredients will melt and the consistency may change but it will still be delicious!

Freezer: To freeze, place in an airtight freezer safe container. About an hour before serving, remove to thaw and add to the blender with about ½ cup of water or milk of choice.

Serving Suggestions

This Banana Peach Smoothie is loaded with all the protein and nutrients you need for it to be a meal on its own, but its also great to serve with appetizers or enjoy with a dessert.

Enjoy it for breakfast and serve it with this adorable Pancake Cereal recipe or some easy Baked Egg Muffins.

As a snack, it would taste wonderful with these healthy and crispy Watermelon Radish Chips. Or, if you want to indulge, try them with our Air Fryer Totchos.

For a dessert, it would pair very well with Coconut Macaroons or homemade Oatmeal Cream Pies.

For an extra special touch, I like to serve them with a slice of fresh peach and a sprig of mint.

An overhead image of a peach banana smoothie with a slice of peach and mint on the top.

More Peach Recipes to try:


Banana Peach Smoothie

5 from 2 votes
A creamy smoothie made from frozen peaches, banana, greek yogurt and honey.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2 people


  • blender


  • 1 pound frozen peaches
  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup greek yogurt vanilla or peach
  • ½ cup water or milk of choice
  • 3 tablespoons honey
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  • Combine all ingredients in the blender.
  • Pulse until well combined, then blend on medium low speed until smooth.
  • Slowly add more water or milk of choice until desired consistency is achieved.


Using fresh peaches: If using fresh peaches you may find you need to adjust the amount of liquid added. 
Banana: You can use fresh or frozen banana. 
Greek Yogurt: You can replace with regular yogurt, or dairy free yogurt if desired. 
For best results, add liquid to your blender first. Juice may also be used, but will add sugar to your smoothie.
Keyword banana smoothie, Peach Banana Smoothie, Peach Smoothie


Calories: 296kcalCarbohydrates: 65gProtein: 13gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 1gCholesterol: 5mgSodium: 38mgPotassium: 800mgFiber: 5gSugar: 55gVitamin A: 781IUVitamin C: 20mgCalcium: 128mgIron: 1mg

Nutritional Disclaimer Kristin Maxwell of “Yellow Bliss Road” is not a dietician or nutritionist, and any nutritional information shared is an estimate. For accurate calorie counts and other nutritional values, we recommend running the ingredients through your preferred online nutritional calculator. Calories and other nutritional values can vary depending on which brands were used.


Karen is the creator of Fresh Coast Eats where she shares delicious and easy recipes inspired by the four seasons and the beautiful Great Lakes. Karen is also a certified sommelier and loves to incorporate wine into her recipes as well as suggest perfect pairings.

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  1. Wendi says:

    I added some granola to the top and its very refreshing! Ive been on a smoothie kick lately and so far, this is my favorite

    1. Kristin says:

      Nice! Thanks for stopping by Wendi.