The perfect peach smoothie recipe for breakfast or snack!
If you love peaches and mangoes then this Mango Peach Smoothie recipe will be right up your alley! A fantastic healthy snack option or a quick on-the-go breakfast idea, this mango peach smoothie is a great healthy choice!
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The BEST Easy Mango Peach Smoothie Recipe!
How is it going with your New Years Resolutions? We’re near the end of January, and I know of several people that want to really buckle down and get healthy. I’ve learned over the years that a “diet” isn’t gonna do it. I’ve discovered that it really is changing your mindset, and developing a healthy lifestyle. I know, I know, its much easier said than done.
Setting yourself up for success with quick, easy options
I’ve also learned that having some simple, quick breakfast and snack recipes in your back pocket seems to help keep me on track. If a breakfast takes too long to make, or has multiple ingredients that require quite a bit of prep, I’m not likely to make it – especially on a busy morning when time is tight.
This smoothie recipe is a fantastic option – not only because it has just a few ingredients, it also takes just a couple minutes to blend-up. I can also take it with me in the car, which is idea for mornings when we’re running late. I’m not the only one this happens too, right?
Peach Smoothie recipe: A great healthy snack or post-work out recovery drink
Another aspect of setting myself up for success means keeping plenty of frozen fruit in the freezer, and lots of fresh fruit in our fruit bowl. This Mango Peach Smoothie recipe also makes for a fantastic mid-day snack.
I especially love blending this up post workout, as it’s very refreshing and delicious. This smoothie recipe is also loaded with vitamins and minerals, and has protein from the Greek yogurt which helps keep you fuller, longer.
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Here’s a quick-reference shopping list of the ingredients you’ll need for this easy peach smoothie recipe:
- Frozen peaches
- Frozen mangoes
- Orange juice
- Greek yogurt – I like Fage plain Greek yogurt.
- Honey – or your preferred sweetener of choice (I like Lankanto Monk Fruit Sweetener in smoothies.)
(For exact ingredient amounts and full recipe instructions scroll down to the recipe card below.)
If you loved this easy, healthy smoothie recipe, be sure to check out some of my other smoothies and blended drinks:
- Coconut Smoothie
- Frozen Mango Daiquiri
- Easy Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie
- Pina Colada Smoothie
- Berry Pomegranate Smoothie
- Chocolate Avocado Smoothie
- Raspberry Almond Chia Smoothie
- Green Super Food Smoothie
- Cherry Smoothie
- How to Make a Smoothie – How-to Tutorial at Genius Kitchen
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It offers simple, 5-minute smoothie recipes that are perfect for quick, healthy breakfasts, snacks, or post-workout recovery.
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Here’s the simple, delicious recipe for my Mango Peach Smoothie:
- 1 1/2 c. frozen peaches (or 1 can, drained and frozen)
- 1 c. frozen mango (or 1 fresh mango, peeled and sliced)
- 3/4 c. orange juice
- 3/4 c. plain Greek yogurt
- 1 Tbsp. honey (or granular Monk Fruit Sweetener)
- In a blender, add frozen peaches, mango, juice, yogurt and honey. Blend until all ingredients are smoothly pureed. Makes 2 medium smoothies.
Next time you’re at the grocery store, stock up on some fresh and frozen fruits – get them home, and EAT them. If you’re getting your fruits and veggies, you’re going to have more energy to get through the day. You’ll feel better about what you’re putting into your body. With that being said, keep up the great work on your New Years resolution to eat healthy. You can totally do this!!