Blueberry Peach Smoothie

Lunch crept up silently upon me today. I didn't even see it coming. And when it arrived I wanted something refreshing, easy to make and above all else, satisfying. I always have a variety fruit in the freezer and picked up a tub of Greek yogurt a few days ago. So obviously a smoothie came to mind.

This is a cinch to whip up. I use an immersion blender as it is convenient and makes for a quick clean up. All the ingredients get blended together right in your drinking glass!

For sweeteners, I like agave nectar or honey. Today was a day for honey. A tablespoon or two will do for a single serving but always taste as you go along adding a little at a time. Remember, you can always add more to taste but you cannot remove it if you accidentally make it too sweet!

Feel free to use any frozen fruits you like. I used blueberries and peaches which are a lovely flavor combination. If you like , toss in 1/2 a frozen banana too. It adds great flavor but also turns a smoothie very rich and creamy.

So why not whip one up right now?



1/4 cup frozen wild blueberries
1/2 cup frozen peaches
1/4 cup plain or vanilla Greek yogurt
3/4 cup milk
1-2 tablespoons honey
1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


BLEND all ingredients together in a tall glass with your immersion blender until smooth.

You can add crushed ice too make it super frosty and thicken it even more.



  1. Mmm! The color of that smooth just SCREAMS healthy! Lovely, just lovely.


  2. the color is amazing. Not a real word, but I will use it-berrylicious!

  3. The purple slurple :) Looks amazing.

  4. So cool and refreshing. It's creamy as well makes me crave for this smoothie.

  5. It looks delicious and refreshing. There is nothing like a nutritious filling smoothie.

    Here are some great tasting diet smoothie recipes that will keep you slim.

  6. Used almond extract and white peaches. This is the best smoothie I've ever tasted!


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Linda @ Lemon Drop