Peach Cobbler Smoothie
Like dessert in a jar! This Peach Cobbler Smoothie takes advantage of the awesome fresh peaches right now and gives you a solid excuse to have dessert for breakfast!
I love chocolate. I love salty-sweet desserts. But I really love fruit desserts. Pie, crisps, cobblers- anything that highlights seasonal produce. I might be biased but Utah peaches are the best. For a month every year, I eat them just about everyday. Usually standing over the sink with juice dripping down my arm and a smile on my face. I also preserve some into jam and slice and freeze peaches to use in smoothies and desserts during the winter. This smoothie is my (much healthier) take on peach cobbler. It has all the components of a cobbler minus the ice cream and super butter-y crispy crust and brown sugar……oh alright, it’s nothing like a bowl of warm cobbler. But it’s super tasty in it’s own right. Promise.
We’ve been eating our fair share of smoothies this summer and I don’t see it stopping anytime soon. The produce that we love to use in smoothies is at it’s peak and we’re taking full advantage. Thanks to the almond milk and plain kefir, this smoothie has a good punch of protein that will keep you fueled through your day. I used maple syrup to sweeten it up just a tad but feel free to use honey or some stevia if you’d rather. You could also use frozen peaches here but if you can get your hands on some juicy, ripe Utah peaches- that’s definitely the way to go!
Happy Monday, everyone. Hope you’re had a great weekend and as always, thanks for reading.Print
Peach Cobbler Smoothie
- Yield: serves 1
- 1 large peach, pitted and cubed (about 1 cup)
- 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
- 1/2 cup plain kefir (or plain yogurt)
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup
- 1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- handful of ice cubes
- Put all ingredients into the base of a blender and blitz until smooth. Add more or less ice depending on how cold/thick you want it. Sprinkle with extra cinnamon if desired.
I want one of these right now!
I must try one of these immediately! It sounds a-mazing.
You have inspired tomorrow’s breakfast! Thanks!
yuuuummmmm!!!!! i’ve been eating SO MANY peaches lately!!
Definitely going to make these with the peaches I just got at the farmer’s market! Can I ask…what kind of lid is that on your mason jar? So cool!
They are made by Ball. The tops and straws fit into the bands. You can find them here!
Thanks so, so much!
Peach season is the best season
Oh this looks so yummy….my kids got tons of peaches at our local farmers market this weekend for flower festival so now I can’t wait to make this for them! Thank you Kelley for the sweet idea