Fresh Peach Smoothie

Fresh Peach Coconut Smoothie

One of the things I love about this smoothie is, if you’re using a heavy-duty blender, you can just throw the whole peach in, skins and all. Wait! Take out the pit first!  OK, now throw it all in there.

A good blender will blend the skins up nicely, and, just like that, you’ve added a bunch of fiber to your already healthy smoothie. More fiber = easier weight loss.

Plus, one serving of this fresh peach smoothie offers you 34% of your daily needs for vitamin C, 14% of your iron needs, and 43% of your RDA for manganese – which is a mineral that helps build strong bones, reduce cholesterol levels, stabilize blood sugar, and reduce inflammation.

Enjoy!

Sugar-Free Peach Smoothie

Fresh Peach Coconut Smoothie

Sugar free, naturally sweet, creamy, and refreshing.
Prep Time 5 mins
Course Sweet Treats
YIELD 2 servings
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Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup full-fat, canned coconut milk
  • 1 1/2 cups diced, fresh peaches
  • 2 medium frozen bananas
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla

Instructions

  • Place coconut milk and fresh peaches in blender. If you have heavy-duty blender, you can leave the peels on the peaches; they will blend up nicely.
  • Add frozen bananas and blend until very smooth. Do not overblend or mixture will lose its frostiness.

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3 Comments

    1. Hi Marge,

      I don’t have the nutritional info for this recipe; you can read more about why I don’t have nutrition information for my recipes here.

      Almost all of my recipes fit in my weight loss program and one of the benefits of the program is there’s no need to count calories or take too much time with nutrition labels. I encourage people to know the ingredients and lean toward whole, natural foods.

      Sorry I don’t have the information you’re looking for, but I hope the info at the link above is helpful. And I hope you enjoy the smoothie!

      Jennifer

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