This Peaches & Vanilla Cream Smoothie recipe is a perfect transition recipe from summer right into fall. Technically, it’s still summer, but I know many of you are moving on to fall. Our grocery store still has a lot of delicious peaches on the shelves so I couldn’t resist buying a bunch. This smoothie is perfect for breakfast, afternoon snack, or top it with a little whipped cream for a delicious dessert!
Not a lot of explanation needed for this recipe. Put all the ingredients in the blender, and process until smooth. My KitchenAid blender whipped this smoothie up in seconds. I’m always amazed how quick and powerful this blender is!
I used a fresh peach for the smoothie, but you could substitute frozen peach slices. I also used a little bit of honey, but maple syrup would also be great in this recipe! My kids loved this smoothie for an after school snack.
You could add a little whipped cream and maybe a few graham cracker crumbs to the top and this Peaches & Vanilla Cream Smoothie will be like a peach cheesecake in a glass! Add a little alcohol if you want and serve in cocktail glasses for a fun cocktail!
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|Peaches & Vanilla Cream Smoothie|| || |
- 1 peach; peeled, pit removed, & chopped
- ¼ cup milk
- ¼ cup plain Greek yogurt
- 2 tablespoons cream cheese
- ½ teaspoon vanilla
- 1 teaspoon honey (or maple syrup)
- Place all ingredients in blender and process until smooth. Pour into glass(es) and enjoy!
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Disclaimer: KitcheanAid provided me with a blender earlier this year to review. All opinions are my own.