RASPBERRY PEACH SMOOTHIE

I just love smoothies. I make myself a smoothie almost everyday, and let me tell you guys, this Raspberry Peach Smoothie is one of the best i’ve have ever tasted.

It’s a delicious and simple smoothie filled with raspberries, peaches and vanilla greek yogurt.

Making this Raspberry Peach Smoothie is super easy, it won’t take any of your precious time.

All you need for this tasty smoothie is frozen raspberries,few peaches, vanilla greek yogurt and vanilla almond milk. Blend it all ingredients and you will have a creamy, delicious smoothie to start your day!

Known as nature’s candy, for thousands of years wild raspberries have been collected for human consumption. It’s no wonder that raspberries remain one of the world’s most consumed berries with their rich color, sweet juicy taste, and antioxidant power.

Raspberries can range from popular varieties of red and black to violet, yellow, or golden. Each berry color has a unique vitamin, mineral and antioxidant composition.Consumption of all kinds of fruits and vegetables has long been linked to a reduced risk of many adverse health conditions.

High plant food consumption, such as raspberries, appears to lower the risk of obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and overall mortality. It can also promote healthy teeth, increased energy, and lower overall weight.

Peaches are a peculiarly fluffy fruit from northwestern China. They are a member of the family of stone fruits, having one large middle seed, like cherries, apricots, prums, and nectarines.Stone fruit such as peaches, prums, and nectarines have been shown to prevent obesity – related diseases such as diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and cardiovascular disease, according to a study from Texas A&M.

Ingredients
  • 1 cup frozen or fresh raspberries
  • ¾ cup cube fresh peaches
  • ¼ cup greek yogurt from vanilla
  • ⅓ cup  almond milk from vanilla
Instructions

-Put all ingredients in blender and blend until smooth, adding a bit more almond milk as needed if the smoothie is too thick.

-Serve and enjoy juicy Raspberry Peach Smoothie!

This smoothie begins with a creamy raspberry smoothie, which mixes frozen raspberries, half a banana, milk, yogurt and ice into a beautiful pink smoothie layer. Top with a layer of frozen peach smoothie, the rest of your banana, orange juice, yogurt and ice. Making a delicious and beautiful layer of peach. I love raspberries and peaches as they are two of my favorite summer fruits!

We have raspberry bushes and a peach tree, and I love to be able to eat them from our own bush or tree. This recipe uses frozen raspberries and peaches instead of fresh, but in this smoothie you can certainly freeze your own home-grown fruit. This smoothie has no added sugar, but you could add a little sugar or honey to each layer if you think it needs to be sweetened a little bit.Be sure to pour the top layer carefully into the cup so it doesn’t mix completely with the bottom layer as you pour and as a result you will get this beautiful layered smoothie!

Ingredients

For Raspberry Layer:

  • 1 cup of frozen raspberries
  • 1/2 big banana
  • 1/4 cup of vanilla yogurt (or raspberry)
  • 1/4 cup of milk
  • 1/2 cup of ice

Peach Later:

  • 1 cup of frozen peaches
  •  1/2 big banana
  • 1/4 cup of vanilla yogurt (or peach)
  •  1/4 cup of orange juice
  •  1/2 cup of ice.

Instructions

Mix up to smooth your frozen raspberries, banana, yogurt, milk and ice. Scrape as needed down the sides. If it is too thick, add a little more milk. Pour smoothie into 2 or 3 glasses in equal measure. Rinse your mixer.Mix your peaches frozen, banana, yogurt, orange juice and ice until smooth. Scrape the sides as necessary. If the smoothie is too dense, add a little more orange juice. Pour the peach layer carefully over the raspberry layer. Serve right away.

This peach smoothie is great any time of the day–as a healthy snack or even as a dessert for breakfast! And if you have had a stressful week, it tastes even better. This Peach Smoothie was just the treat I needed with Raspberries! To keep going, it gave me the boost!

I hope this weekend we’ll get some rest. If not, I’ll just continue to sip on smoothies! Pro tip – if you have to slice and freeze a lot of peaches!

In this smoothie, you can use frozen peaches. You can omit the ice if you’re using frozen peaches and frozen raspberries! The frozen fruit makes a beautiful, thick smoothie!

Sources:

https://deliciouslysprinkled.com

https://therecipecritic.com

 

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