Peach Breakfast Smoothie


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Peach smoothie makes for a delicious and nutritious breakfast smoothie as its blended with fresh peaches, yogurt, chia seeds and a few spices. With just a few ingredients and a high-powered blender, you’ll have a healthy breakfast smoothie in minutes.

A delicious peach smoothie that makes for a healthy, breakfast smoothie when blended with yogurt and chia seeds. Make this with dairy or dairy-free.

I love going to the farmer’s market each week and finding new produce that just came into season. Fruits and veggies that weren’t there last week…but bam, they’re there now. So imagine my excitement when I saw mounds of fresh peaches piled high on folding tables, which just came into season in California. Massive happy dance.

There is so much you can do with peaches, from sweet to savory dishes (like these grilled peaches) – but today we’re focusing on breakfast. And in particular, starting your day off right with the most delicious peach breakfast smoothie.

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Peach Smoothie Ingredients

The ingredients in this peach smoothie recipe are simple and if you’ve been following my blog or YouTube channel for the last few months you’ll see they’re familiar. Namely, my homemade cashew milk and homemade yogurt. Some of what I call my “healthy basics” which always make repeat appearances throughout many recipes on this blog.

You can make this peach smoothie dairy or dairy-free (here’s my dairy-free coconut yogurt recipe), depending on your dietary preference, so it’s a smoothie for everyone. And a darn good one at that.

When it comes to chia seeds, you’ve heard me mention a few of their benefits when I made my chia seed pudding. The more you can sprinkle chia seeds on a variety of recipes, the better.

A delicious peach smoothie that makes for a healthy, breakfast smoothie when blended with yogurt and chia seeds. Make this with dairy or dairy-free.

How to Make Peach Breakfast Smoothie

To make this peach smoothie you literally just toss all the ingredients, minus the chia seeds, together in a blender. Blend until smooth and creamy, then divide the smoothie between two mason jars or the Le Parfait jars I use (which I love), add a tablespoon of chia seeds and shake, shake, shake.

Could you add the chia seeds to the blender? Absolutely. I just like to add them after for more texture. It’s also easier to clean the Vitamix container without the chia seeds as they can sometimes stick to the sides.

A delicious peach smoothie that makes for a healthy, breakfast smoothie when blended with yogurt and chia seeds. Make this with dairy or dairy-free.

As a side note, when I was traveling Lisbon, I had my own apartment. So I’d buy several jars of peach yogurt from the organic supermarket and add one travel-sized packet of chia seeds and stir it all together for a complete breakfast. So this peach smoothie recipe was actually inspired by that. One more reason to love travel.

You can drink the smoothie right away or chill it for 5-10 minutes and let the seeds thicken it up a bit. Either way, it’s delicious. And the perfect healthy, seasonal, smoothie breakfast.

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A delicious peach smoothie that makes for a healthy, breakfast smoothie when blended with yogurt and chia seeds. Make this with dairy or dairy-free.
A delicious peach smoothie that makes for a healthy, breakfast smoothie when blended with yogurt and chia seeds. Make this with dairy or dairy-free.

Peach Breakfast Smoothie

5 from 12 votes
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Servings: 2 servings
Author: Lisa Bryan


This fresh peach breakfast smoothie makes for a delicious, healthy smoothie recipe. Watch the video above to see how quickly it comes together!




  • Add all ingredients except the chia seeds to a high-powered blender. Blend on high until smooth and creamy.
  • Divide the peach smoothie between two Le Parfait jars or Mason jars. Add one tablespoon of chia seeds, add the lid and shake until well combined.

Lisa’s Tips

  • If you’ve watched my video on Meal Prep Containers, you know I’m obsessed with my Le Parfait jars.
  • For more information on why I add collagen to so many recipes (including this smoothie), read my post on What is Collagen?


Calories: 311.3kcal | Carbohydrates: 43.4g | Protein: 16.2g | Fat: 9.2g | Saturated Fat: 3.9g | Cholesterol: 22mg | Sodium: 173.6mg | Fiber: 6.8g | Sugar: 37.1g
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: breakfast smoothie, peach breakfast smoothie, peach smoothie
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Lisa Bryan

Lisa is a bestselling cookbook author, recipe developer, and YouTuber (with over 2.5 million subscribers) living in sunny Southern California. She started Downshiftology in 2014, and is passionate about making healthy food with fresh, simple and seasonal ingredients.

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  1. Love this recipe! I am always surprised how well the second serving lasts in the Frig until the morning. I like to add the chia seeds after I’ve made the smoothie so it doesn’t stick to my blender and the second serving has a better texture when I add the chia seeds just before eating. Another winner and works great with frozen and fresh peaches. Thank you!!5 stars

  2. Hi Lisa! I was wondering, since it isn’t peach season right now, how many cups of frozen peaches should I use. Love your recipes 🫶

    1. I would say about 5 to 6, depending on how big the frozen peach pieces are. Try and eyeball it so that it equals 3 whole peaches.

  3. This is a truly a delicious breakfast smoothie! I used cashew milk (your recipe) and my own homemade cashew yogurt along with a large date for sweetener. Fabulous! So creamy, my husband couldn’t believe there wasn’t dairy in it! :-)5 stars

  4. Is there any substitution for the banana to get the same amount of creaminess and similar taste? Thanks! 5 stars

    1. Hi Celina! There’s actually no banana in this recipe :) The yogurt is what gives it the creaminess.

    1. Hi Maureen- You can always exclude the yogurt if you’d like and use a nut milk instead. And as a replacement, you can add in bananas to give it extra creaminess. But, just note it will reduce the serving size since we’ll be removing 1 cup of yogurt.

  5. We love this smoothie. It’s so quick and delicious, not to mention it’s loaded with all the good stuff. A perfect way to start the day.5 stars

  6. Just about to have breakfast now and I would LOVE to try this out! Sounds so wholesome and delicious. Can’t wait to give it a go :D5 stars

  7. Awesome! The yoghurt gives the smoothie that slight tangy taste to lift the whole thing.  I used the cashew milk I made yesterday! God I feel so wholesome!  I’ve lost almost 5lb in a month eating more of your food, the funny thing is I don’t at all feel deprived.  This peach smoothie satisfies the tastebuds, I don’t really crave anything sugary anymore.  Nor carbs.  This was easy to throw together – nothing at all to it.  A bonus!5 stars

    1. Yay – that’s so wonderful to hear Dorothy! And that’s what it’s all about, making small little tweaks and changes (that shouldn’t feel at all depriving) which help to boost your wellness. More greens and veggies, less sugar and bread-y things. So happy for you! And glad you enjoyed this breakfast smoothie! :) x

  8. I love peaches! We have cherries and apricots coming into season too, so think I’ll bump it up with a combo of fruits.

    1. Yes! Any fruit can be used or a mix of fruits. This is a smoothie that can definitely adjust with the seasons. :)

  9. I love this idea, and your pics! I need more chias in my life, and this combo with the peaches is surely delish. Pinned!

  10. I’ve not worked with chia seeds, yet. But peaches are a huge hit around here right now – and smoothies are sometimes the only way to get my toddlers to “eat” something.

    1. I can totally understand that! Smoothies are a great way to get “greens” in their diet as well. You’ll love my post next week about all the health benefits of chia seeds – as they’d definitely be great for your kiddos! :) x

    1. They’re crunchy if you drink right away. But if you let the smoothie sit for 10-15 minutes, they’ll no longer be crunchy. Just like chia pudding. :)

  11. Definitely can’t beat farmer’s market goodness! Love this peach smoothie recipe. As a major chia seed fan (use them all the time), I’m looking forward to your upcoming post on them!

    1. Chia seeds are the best, aren’t they? And they were just begging to be added to this smoothie. ;) x