Peach Carrot Smoothie Recipe (2024)

This Peach Carrot Smoothie is healthy anddeliciousand has only four ingredients; banana, peach, coconut water, and greek yogurt. Enjoy!

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I love smoothies every time of the year. Some of my favorite recipes I’ve already posted here on my blog are myStrawberry Papaya Smoothie andSpicy Pineapple Peach Smoothie. For me, one of the best fruits to add to a smoothie is definitely peaches. They are so sweet and in many cases, you don’t even need to add sugar to make a flavorful smoothie.

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This time, I decided to add carrots as well. I’ve gotta be honest with you guys, I am not a type of person who likes to eat raw veggies. I mean I LOVE veggies, but I prefer to eat them when they are cooked. Maybe the reason why is because where I grew up in Brazil, it is not very common to eat raw veggies like here in North American. However, we do eat lots of veggies. I mean LOTS, and all the time since Brazil is a tropical country where everything grows year round.

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Many times I watch my husband eating a huge bowl of baby carrots and I just think: “How he can do that!!??” I really admire a person who likes to eat raw veggies because of course, they have more nutrients than cooked ones. But I am pretty happy already because after living 4 years together with him, I already got used to eating raw peppers and broccoli, which is awesome! But, I still have a hard time eating raw carrots and celery.

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Two weeks ago, he had to travel for work and I was alone at home thinking: “what I will do with the bag of baby carrots in the fridge??!” I had to think of some recipe with carrot because I hate throwing food in the garbage. When I think about that, I just remember my mom saying to me when I was little: “please eat everything on your plate because there are so many kids on this planet that don’t have anything to eat”. I bet all our moms said the same thing to you once during our childhood, right? So, I thought of making a smoothie because the carrot is still raw, but to camouflage the raw flavor, I had some natural sweetener from the peach. And guys let me tell you: THIS SMOOTHIE ROCKS!! I loved it so much that the next day, I made the same recipe again for breakfast before prepping these Spicy Chicken with Sauteed Cabbage and Zucchini Bowls for lunch!!! Love, love, love!!!

That was the little story about this smoothie recipe creation! I really hope you like this peach carrot smoothie and give it a try 😉 If you have a ton of peaches like I have, you need to try my Peach Green Smoothie, Peach Salsa, or these 20 Healthy Peach Recipes.

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Peach Carrot Smoothie Recipe

This Peach Carrot Smoothie is healthy anddeliciousand has only four ingredients; banana, peach, coconut water, and greek yogurt. Enjoy!



  • 2 cups of peach
  • 1 cup baby carrots
  • 1 frozen banana
  • 2 tbsp Greek yogurt optional
  • 1 cup coconut water or water
  • 1 tbsp honey optional. My peaches were already very sweet so I didn’t add honey

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  • In a blender, combine all ingredients together and blend until smooth. Blend for about 30 seconds.

  • If you prefer, strain the smoothie to make it even smoother.


  • Feel free to use frozen peaches if peaches are not in season.
  • Avoid using canned peaches as they are packed in syrup.
  • A frozen banana will make the smoothie creamier. You can freeze the banana the night before or a few hours before making the smoothie.
  • To store:You can store the smoothie for an extra day in the fridge but you'll have to give it a mix as the smoothie may separate in the fridge.
  • To freeze:Freeze the smoothie in an airtight container with some space on top as the smoothie will expand.

Nutrition Information

Serving: 1/2 (Doesn't include honey) Calories: 192kcal (10%) Carbohydrates: 33.6g (11%) Protein: 12.1g (24%) Fat: 2.4g (4%) Saturated Fat: 1.5g (9%) Cholesterol: 10mg (3%) Sodium: 42mg (2%) Fiber: 4g (17%) Sugar: 28g (31%)

Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate.

© Author: Olivia Ribas

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  1. Regelyn says

    so healthy and refreshing!love it, thanks for sharing


    • Olivia says

      You’re very welcome 😉


  2. Harman says

    Hello Olivia, I have been searching smoothies and it seems like 99.9% have banana in the recipe. For those of us who have an intolerance to bananas, do you recommend a certain fruit in place of it or just skip the banana all together?


    • Olivia says

      Yes you can use avocado instead of banana.
      I have this Green Smoothie made with avocado that it’s very good. I think you’ll like it.


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Peach Carrot Smoothie Recipe (2024)


Should I peel peaches for smoothies? ›

Yes, you do have to peel peaches for smoothies when using fresh peaches. And peeling peaches can be te-di-ous! That's why I like to use frozen peaches, which come peeled and help make a smoothie thicker. Plus, since most fruit is frozen at its peak ripeness, the frozen fruit retains its nutrition value very well.

Is carrot and banana a good combination? ›

Furthermore, carrots, banana and hemp seeds contribute fiber, promoting digestive health. You may find this smoothie more satisfying as a snack than a meal, but if all you want is a quick and lighter breakfast, this smoothie may be enough to keep up your energy until your next meal.

Are frozen carrots good for smoothies? ›

Frozen carrots make for delicious smoothies that are more accessible for those who dislike the idea of adding kale or similar veggies. Carrots have more sugar than other veggies, which makes them an ideal companion to fruits and sweet ingredients like yogurt that you like to add to your smoothies.

What fruit goes with peaches? ›

Try mixing peaches with strawberries, or pair peaches with mangoes for a delicious tropical smoothie taste. In addition to strawberries, peaches are also excellent paired with other berries like blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries.

What not to mix carrots with? ›

Also, fruits have more sugar content, something that can hinder the digestive process of vegetables. For the same reason, one shouldn't mix orange with carrot as when taken together, they may cause heartburn and excess bile reflux.

Does carrots raise insulin levels? ›

Uncontrolled blood sugar levels can lead to type 2 diabetes or worsen your disease. Carrots can be a safe choice if you have diabetes and are watching your blood sugar levels. They're also non-starchy vegetables. So you can even enjoy small amounts of carrots if you're following the ketogenic, or keto, diet.

Should I add ice to frozen fruit smoothie? ›

Typically you would add ice to a smoothie, but if your fruit is pre-frozen, it is unnecessary to use ice. Adding fruit juice is a good option, but remember to be aware of the sugar content of any fruit juice you are adding to your smoothie.

Is it OK to use frozen fruit in smoothies? ›

Yep, frozen fruits are the best for blending into smoothies. Now, take a peek at some of the best fruits to use in a smoothie: Blackberries. Raspberries.

What is the best frozen fruit to use for smoothies? ›

Cut up chunks of peaches, plums, nectarines, strawberries, cherries, and apricots, and then spread them out on a tray and freeze them until firm. Store in a plastic bag until you're ready to use them. You can freeze blueberries and raspberries whole. Frozen fruit will help keep your smoothies thick and frosty.

Do you peel fruit before making a smoothie? ›

“When making smoothies do u peel vegetables and fruits first”
  1. If you're asking about fruits like bananas, then yes. ...
  2. Yes, you should cut up your fruit and vegetables. ...
  3. I've blended with the peel on as most veggies and fruit peels have certain nutrients in them. ...
  4. no you not need peel nothing, cut in chunk ,ice and etc.
Feb 1, 2016

Are you supposed to peel peaches? ›

Peach skin is generally healthy and safe to eat for most people. In fact, it's higher in fiber and certain antioxidants than peach flesh alone. As such, eating a whole peach with its peel may provide the greatest potential health benefits. However, peach skin may contain more pesticides than the flesh.

Are you supposed to cut the skin off peaches? ›

Technically no, and in some cases the peels can add a vibrant pop of color and even extra flavor to salads, bruschetta, or other savory peach dishes. But if you're planning to use them in desserts like pies or ice cream, removing the peels can help provide a more consistent texture to these treats.

Do you peel fruit before blending? ›

Remove peels and stalks before blending. Because you're going to be consuming the whole fruit or veg, there's different prep involved: peel and chop any bits you don't want to drink! To keep it at the right consistency with all that fibrous bulk, you'll also need to add a liquid medium.

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