Ginger Peach Smoothie – Cozy peach cuisine

This Ginger Peach Smoothie is super creamy, flavorful, and uses only 5 ingredients. It’s ready in 5 minutes and even without bananas and easy to customize!

Side view of pink glass filled with peach smoothie and a straw.

What would a peach blog be without a peach smoothie (or two peach smoothies)? This is one of my favorite smoothies to make year-round because it uses frozen peaches and is simple yet flavorful.

Recipe features

  • Flavors: Full of peach flavor along with the light, refreshing and spicy flavor of ginger.
  • Easy and fast: made with only 5 ingredients in 5 minutes
  • Structure: Smooth, creamy. AND no bananas!
  • Dietary features: vegetarian, nut-free, gluten-free, vegan optional (use only dairy-free yogurt

This peach smoothie reminds me a bit of the texture of mango lassi, only with the mango instead of the peach. It’s thick and creamy but still refreshing and balanced!

Ingredients and customization

Labeled ingredients used to make peach smoothies.
  • Frozen peaches: I use sliced ​​frozen peaches for the best texture in peach smoothies. Using pre-frozen fruit also makes preparation much quicker.
  • Frozen mango complements the peach flavors well. Choose diced mango pieces.
  • Chopped ginger adds a bright, zesty kick. I mince my ginger but you can use a ginger jar to save time.
  • Yogurt: Greek yogurt adds protein and an extra creamy texture. I use plain yogurt to limit the added sugars, but vanilla or peach would be delicious. Use your favorite vegan yogurt to make it dairy-free.
  • Milk: Choose your favorite latte. I usually go for unsweetened, unflavored soy milk, but any kind works well here.
  • Sweetener: If you prefer a sweeter smoothie, add 1 teaspoon at a time of agave syrup or honey.

The steps to make this recipe

Top view of peach smoothie ingredients in a blender.

Like most smoothies, this peach smoothie is super easy to make. All you have to do is add the ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.

This ends up being a pretty thick smoothie due to the frozen peaches. You can add a dash of extra milk if needed to thin it out. Taste the sweeteners and adjust as needed.

Recipe FAQ

Do I need to peel peaches for peach smoothies?

If using fresh peaches, I recommend peeling them as the peel will alter the texture if not blended well. If you don’t mind a little extra texture, leave the peach skin on for some extra fiber.

What fruit goes well with peaches?

Peaches go well with most fruits, but I think it pairs best with mango. Cherries, strawberries and bananas are also great options.

Do I have to use frozen fruit?

I always use frozen fruit in smoothies for the best texture! You can use fresh fruit but I suggest you also blend some ice cubes.

Can I do it in advance?

For best quality, I recommend making this smoothie no more than 24 hours in advance. Cover and refrigerate until ready to drink.

Top view of peach smoothie next to peach on blue cloth.

Looking for easier recipes?

For more on how to make satisfying smoothies, check out my guide to smoothies.

If you like this recipe, you’ll love this Three Berry Lemon Blueberry Smoothie.

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📖 Recipe

Side view of pink glass filled with peach smoothie and a straw

Print Recipe

Ginger peach smoothie with yogurt

This refreshing summer smoothie takes just a few minutes and has a nice kick of fresh ginger.

Preparation time5 min

Total time5 min

Portions: 1 smoothie

Author: Cassidy Reeser, MS, RD


  1. Fresh vs frozen fruit: This smoothie can be made with fresh fruit instead of frozen. Substitute exact amounts of fresh for frozen. Blend in 1-2 ice cubes for consistency.
  2. Yogurt: I chose Greek yogurt for this recipe because it has a neutral taste. Vanilla or peach are also good. This recipe also works well with vegetable yogurt.
  3. Milk: I choose unsweetened, unflavored soy milk, but any type of milk is fine here.
  4. Sweetener: If you prefer a sweeter smoothie, add 1 teaspoon at a time of agave syrup or honey.

Serving: 1smoothieCalories: 464kcalCarbohydrates: 72gProtein: 29gFat: 9gSaturated fats: 1gTrans fats: 1gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 230mgPotassium: 1570mgFiber: 9gSugar: 62gVitamin A: 4186UIC vitamin: 106mgSoccer: 688mgIron: 3mg

Author’s note: This recipe was originally shared on June 16, 2018. I updated the post on March 16, 2021 with new photos, a video, and more tips.

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