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Peach Tea Smoothie

peach tea smoothie

Remember when I told you I’d post more of what I eat on a regular basis? This is that. Remember when I told you it’s really nothing extravagant. This is also that.
I mean we’re teetering on the edge of boring here but let me assure you, boring is delicious.

that's all it takes

I get it. It’s not a hand-woven bacon bowl, or a perfectly grilled filet, or chocolate covered cake bites. But it is a healthy snack, a great start to the day, a perfect mid-day pick-me-up. It’s a caffeinated smoothie. Can I get a high-five or something?

Peaches. Pineapple. Green Tea. That’s all. Add some honey if you want. I don’t. Jon does. It’s up to you. You could probably add vodka too. Because when is that ever a bad idea?

peach tea smoothie

I really wasn’t going to post this but after enjoying a few of these for myself, I really thought you should know about them. This is the part where I tell you to throw fruit in a blender and turn it on. Please don’t be insulted, but that’s all it takes.

Think frozen, frothy, peach tea. Think summer in a glass. Enjoy!

peach tea smoothie

Peach Tea Smoothie (makes 2)


1 cup frozen peach slices
1 cup frozen pineapple chunks
1 cup chilled green tea
2 teaspoons honey (optional)


Place all ingredients in blender and blend. Enjoy immediately. It doesn’t keep well.

sip it


  1. I had intentions of doing different varieties of this smoothie. I even polled Facebook if I should use cantaloupe or honeydew. I ended up trying both and both were gross. Stick with the peaches. They’re awesome.
  2. Peaches are in season. Buy some. Cut some. Freeze them. Or just get pre-sliced frozen ones and save yourself some time. Either will work. Enjoy!





4 thoughts on “Peach Tea Smoothie

  1. Thanks for another awesome recipe Krissy! Not sure how I’d survive Whole30 without you and your super amazing recipes! Sipping my smoothie now with fresh off the farm peaches. Yum!

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Posted on August 18, 2013

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