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Whip up a thick, creamy and nutritious Peaches and Cream Protein Smoothie in just minutes! With only about 200 calories in each giant serving, it’s a healthy, clean, and satisfying breakfast or snack for summer’s hottest days!

It’s officially peach season in Virginia (in case you haven’t noticed!), so I’m taking full advantage — at breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert!

A photo of a glass jar filled with a peaches and cream protein smoothie and two straws

At this time of year, I start almost every single day with a big cold smoothie! It cools me off, it fills me up, and it keeps me going all morning long thanks to plenty of protein! Since this is a low-calorie smoothie on its own, I like to add some granola to the top and eat it with a spoon (I swear, it tastes almost like Peach Crisp dessert!), or serve a piece of toast with peanut butter on the side.

Need a light snack on the run? It’s good for that too…

A close up of a peaches and cream protein smoothie with two straws

Use Fresh Or Frozen Fruit To Make This Peaches And Cream Protein Smoothie

Whether you use fresh peaches or frozen peaches, protein powder or yogurt, this is a delicious way to treat your tastebuds while the summer sun is still shining!

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A peaches and cream protein smoothie in a glass with two straws and peaches at the side

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Peaches and Cream Protein Smoothie

5 from 1 vote
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Servings 1 servings
Calories 131 kcal
A Peaches and Cream Protein Smoothie that so easy to make and perfect for summer!


  • 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk or other preferred milk
  • 1 ½ cups frozen peaches
  • 1 scoop vanilla-flavored protein powder*
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1-2 cups ice depending on how thick you like your smoothie


  • Place all ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth.


  • *I used Quest Nutrition brand, which has 100 calories per scoop. If you are making this recipe for children and you would rather not use protein powder, you can substitute with about ¾ cup yogurt (peach yogurt would be good, or use vanilla or plain Greek yogurt for additional protein.
  • If your yogurt is not sweet, you will probably want to add some honey or other sweetener to the mix because the protein powder adds sweetness otherwise).


Calories: 131kcalCarbohydrates: 24gProtein: 4gFat: 3gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 328mgPotassium: 438mgFiber: 4gSugar: 19gVitamin A: 755IUVitamin C: 15.3mgCalcium: 314mgIron: 0.6mg
Keyword: creamy smoothie, protein smoothie
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Author: The Seasoned Mom

Want to try some of my other favorite smoothies? Try these:

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Blueberry Muffin Protein Smoothie

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Banoffee Pie Protein Smoothie

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  1. Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice says:

    Blair, iI love the flavor of this smoothie! I’ve been obsessed with peaches lately, so this is just calling my name. And I love how thick and packed with protein this is. What a perfect summer drink to sip on!

    1. Blair says:

      Thank you, Gayle!! I can’t get enough summer fruit right now either. Have to take advantage while it’s here! 🙂

  2. Megan - The Emotional Baker says:

    Peach smoothies are one of my favorites! With fresh peaches, the flavor is phenomenal! Have to try this version 🙂

    1. Blair says:

      Definitely try this, Megan! You can just freeze your fresh peaches overnight — the frozen fruit makes the shake so thick and delicious!

  3. Kristy from Southern In Law says:

    I’ve never actually used peaches in a smoothie before so I really need to remember this and try using peaches in a smoothie this summer! Yum!

    1. Blair says:

      Oh, definitely try it, Kristy! You will LOVE the smoothie!

  4. Emily Kemp says:

    5 stars
    Oh yum, now this is a smoothie I’ve never tried before and it looks so delicious!

    1. Blair says:

      Thanks, Emily!

  5. Savannah says:

    Oh man, this sounds so yummy! It doesn’t matter what the weather is like outside, my 3-year-old loves to start his day with a smoothie, and I know this one will be a huge hit. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Blair says:

      Thanks, Savannah!

  6. Tara says:

    Sounds so good!
    But wondering how you calculated the calories… if the protein powder is 100 and the smoothie is 130, that means both the peaches and almond milk are 30 calories combined? Pretty sure that’s not quite right!

    1. Blair Lonergan says:

      You’re right, Tara. That doesn’t sound right! The nutrition info is automatically calculated by the recipe card software, so I don’t necessarily think it’s ever too exact. There are just too many variables — like which type of protein powder you use and which type of almond milk you use. If you’re counting calories or watching macros, etc., it’s definitely best to use your favorite trusted nutrition calculator with your specific ingredients. The auto-generated version is just going to be a ballpark estimate. Hope that helps!