Peach Pie Smoothie

Here’s the thing. I’m not a big fruit eater.

I try to be, I really, really, do.  But given the choice between an apple and a chocolate chip cookie…well, sorry, it’s cookie all the way.

Or pie.

Last week, we had a drop in temperature here, at least for the short-term.  We had one day in the mid 60’s…with some light rain.  It felt heavenly after the summer of insanely high temperatures we’ve had here over the past three months.   It was cool enough that I actually had to get out a pair of jeans…jeans that felt just a little bit snug when I buttoned them.

This is what happens when you spend the summer “sampling” things like Almond Joy Blondies and Biscoff Cheeseballs.


So, I decided it was time for action.  More fruit, less sugar.

My problem is that I can’t give up the sweet stuff.  It’s ugly when I try, folks.

This smoothie is the best of both worlds…a drink that tastes like pie, but with lots of fruit.


Peach Pie Smoothie
Make this smoothie for a peach pie in liquid form; makes about 16 ounces.
  • 1½ cups diced peaches, frozen
  • ½ banana, frozen
  • ½ cup peach yogurt (I used Chobani)
  • ½ cup milk
  • 2 packets Sweet 'N Low
  • 1 graham cracker
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • ¼ teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until creamy. Garnish with additional peaches, graham cracker crumbs, and cinnamon.

P.S.–You might like some of these recipes, too!

Coconut Mango Smoothie {with Banana and Lime}

 Frozen Blueberry Lemonade



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Disclosure: This compensated post is part of a DailyBuzz Food Tastemaker program with Sweet’N Low. However, any thoughts and opinions I’ve shared here are my own.


  1. Jocelyn @BruCrew Life

    I am having the same problem with my jeans! Too much sampling and not enough working out! But I can’t give up the sugar either…I get cranky:-) But a yummy peach pie shake like this would have me dropping the crankies pretty quick!!! It looks fabulous girl!!!
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    • Ashley

      I wish I could say NO to the sweets a little more often. But with smoothies like this, I don’t have to! =)

  2. Shirley

    Man oh Man……. this looks killer.

  3. Back For Seconds

    I actually LOVE fruit. And veggies. Oh, and sugar. Drinkable peach pie? Mmmmmm you are the yummy drink fairy!

    • Ashley

      Hee, I love fruit, too–just not as much as all of the other stuff! =) But I can definitely handle it in a drink that tastes like this!

  4. Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel

    I have the same problem! Thankfully, I like some fruit a LOT so when we have it on hand, I eat a ton of it (I’m looking at you, watermelon and raspberries!) but otherwise, there’s a ton of junkfood consumption here. This smoothie looks marvelous, Ashley! So fruity and thick, but still sweet. The graham cracker on top looks fantastical. I love the crunch. And I’m SO jealous of the rain you had, even if for one day. I’m DYING for fall!
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    • Ashley

      We do eat a LOT of watermelon here in the summer, and fresh summer berries (particularly raspberries and blueberries) are my favorite! I just wish I was more prone to eating it as a snack than I am cookies or cake, ha!

  5. Nancy

    Peaches are my favorite fruit. And peach pie is my favorite pie. So this would be a WINNER with me! I must try it.

    • Ashley

      I’m going to attempt a peach pie this weekend with my bushel of peaches…I’m not much of a pie baker, so we’ll see how it goes! I’d actually intended to use some Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal in these smoothies–until I realized I was out. 🙁 Fortunately, we always have garaham crackers on hand, so I subbed one of those instead. And Averie’s smoothies always look amazing–as does everything else she posts!

    • Ashley

      Eek? A coconut cream pie smoothie? I’m going to have to go find that recipe ASAP! I love anything coconut, and your recipes are always phenomenal, so I have no doubt it is fabulous!! I loved the addition of the cracker in the smoothie–I wanted something “crust-like” and since I was out of the Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal I’d planned to use, in went the cracker! Definitely a nice addition, for not a lot of extra calories.

  6. Terry

    Trying to do smoothies for breakfast and I’m with you on fruit versus something really sugary sweet, sugary sweet wins every time. Pinning.

    Nominated you for the Liebster Award. Stop by and check it out.
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  7. Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust

    Okay, I totally need to try this – but not peach. I’ll try anything but peach! 🙂 Love the method, and it’s so pretty…even though it’s peach. (Too funny…I talk all about my peach issues tomorrow. 🙂
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  8. Mary @ Fit and Fed

    Food blogging is hard on the figure, isn’t it? I think even when you are cooking healthy recipes, it’s a bit hard what with making and sampling the recipes so many times and the focus on food. Peach smoothie sounds good-probably I should freeze some peaches so I can have peach smoothies again this winter.
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