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I know I’ve been complaining about how cold it has been since mid-September, but I’m a smoothie lover through and through no matter what the weather. With that said, I bring you my Peach Pie Smoothie recipe that is reminiscent of a peach cobbler, made without bananas.
It’s a great smoothie for any sweet breakfast lovers made with whole, unrefined ingredients and it’s a good variation for anyone allergic to or not a fan of bananas. It’s also made with oats, so if you’re the type of person who struggles to feel full after having a smoothie, this might help to satiate you a little bit more.
I actually used to make a similar smoothie including bananas, but was out of them when I came home from my most recent trip to Aruba so I ended up with this happy accident of a recipe. Like most smoothies, the recipe is super simple, but I’ll include some of my best tips and notes as well so you can make the Peach Pie Smoothie of your dreams.
When I made it this time, I added a handful of some leftover raspberries I had in the freezer so they wouldn’t go to waste, and it gave it a little extra tart flavour and a slight pink tint. So that’s it! I don’t have too much else to say about this smoothie other than I hope you love it as much as I do.
Peach Pie Smoothie - Banana Free! [vegan]
- 2 1/2 cups frozen peaches*
- 3/4 cup non-dairy yogurt*
- 1/4 cup non-dairy milk
- 3 heaping tablespoons of rolled oats
- 2-3 pitted dates OR 2-3 teaspoons of sweetener of choice
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 tsp cinnamon
- optional squeeze of lemon
- Toss all ingredients into a high speed blender and blend until smooth.
- If needed, add additional non-dairy milk to achieve desired consistency.
- Adjust sweetness as needed.
*to keep the smoothie raw, opt for homemade non-dairy yogurt or swap out for coconut milk, but texture will be thinner. Suggested Add Ins:
vanilla protein powder, coconut shreds, rawnola
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.
Love & peaches,