Healthy Peach Smoothie

Peach, orange and coconut milk are the start to a great day. Combine these with spinach, & you’ve got a quick green smoothie full of flavor.

Creamy peach smoothie with coconut milk

This healthy peach smoothie makes a delicious quick breakfast. If you’re trying to make healthier habits, start with a recipe like this. It tastes like a peach milkshake, but way better for you. The coconut milk makes it extra creamy and rich.

Healthy Peach Smoothie with fresh peaches

Fresh vs. Frozen Peaches

When peach season hits, it’s hard to not want to put them in or on everything. I love the way they sweeten up my smoothies. I freeze them by the bushel so I can enjoy the flavor of summer and fall peaches all winter long. You simply can’t beat a summery peach green smoothie during anytime of year.

How to freeze peaches

If you find a deal on fresh peaches and buy a bunch. You can easily freeze them to use in this smoothie. Here’s how to do it so they don’t stick to together:

  1. Cut the peach in half.
  2. Remove the pit and cut into quarters.
  3. Place on a parchment lined baking sheet, making sure they don’t touch. Freeze for 1-2 hours and then toss into a freezer safe bag.

If you’re not able to find peaches for this peach smoothie recipe, check your frozen fruit section. Most grocery stores carry them frozen ( I use them most of the time). They aren’t as flavorful as a fresh summer peach, but they’re already cut and frozen for you.

Bowl of freshly picked peaches to make a smoothie with

What’s in a Peach Smoothie

Most peach smoothies use yogurt, cow’s milk or ice cream. These ingredients can cause digestive and skin issues, which are no bueno around here. Yet have no fear— this healthy peach smoothie recipe uses plant-based whole foods to create a simple, 4-ingredient smoothie that tastes even better.

Besides peaches, this smoothie also includes a coconut milk, spinach and orange. The orange gives this smoothie an extra boost of vitamin C. The sweet-tart flavor of the orange also helps bring out the “peachiness” of the peaches.

Coconut milk adds healthy fat and creaminess. Depending on where you stand in the healthy fats world, you can use low fat or full fat coconut milk. The natural fats in coconut will help curb your appetite and aid in the absorption of vitamins and minerals.

More Healthy Peach Smoothie Recipes

Healthy Peach Smoothie with Coconut milk
Creamy peach smoothie with coconut milk

Healthy Peach Smoothie

The coconut milk makes this healthy peach smoothie extra creamy and rich - almost like a milkshake. Adding an orange boosts up the Vitamin C level and adds an extra sweet-tart element that helps highlight the flavor of the fresh peaches. I can honestly say that this is one of my very favorites.
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Prep Time: 4 minutes
Blending Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 5 minutes
Course: Smoothie
Cuisine: Plant-Based / Vegan
Servings: 1
Calories: 264kcal
Author: Jen Hansard



  • Blend spinach and coconut milk until smooth.
  • Add remaining ingredients, and blend until smooth.


  • Any variety of peaches or nectarines is fine. Other stone fruits like apricots, plums, and cherries can also be used if peaches aren't available.
  • Use at least one frozen fruit to make it cold.


Calories: 264kcal | Carbohydrates: 30g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 13g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 190mg | Potassium: 579mg | Fiber: 5g | Sugar: 19g | Vitamin A: 3463IU | Vitamin C: 53mg | Calcium: 65mg | Iron: 1mg
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About Jen Hansard

Mom of 2, ran across the Grand Canyon and lover of smoothies, coffee & tacos. I transformed my family's health with a realistic plant-based diet. I also found myself again along the way.

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  1. Lynette says:

    I enjoyed this ont too. Not quite the burst os citrus that yesterday’s gave, but still yummy.

  2. JP says:

    Very smooth..ie!!! Snicker

  3. DeeDee says:

    I love coconut and I love peaches but I’m not too sure about the combination of the two. Still drinkable but not a smoothie I’ll be coming back to.

  4. Gloria says:

    Delicious coconut peach

  5. Dan says:

    Delicious and balanced. Trust the recipe and use your tamper.

  6. Ana Siguenza says:

    I’m still getting used to the taste of coconut milk, but this recipe is tasty.

  7. Karen Guzowski says:

    Coconut, peaches and orange. Yes please. Added protein powder, perfect.

  8. Lisa Bixby says:

    Very mild flavor. The coconut milk was the strongest flavor in my smoothie. Will try again as I love peaches, but will use 1/2 coconut milk and 1/2 coconut water. This one was very creamy!

  9. Dawn says:

    It was good. Would add more peaches. After tasting, I did add protein powder and turmeric cube boost.

  10. Mickey Cunningham says:

    Not very flavorful. Could not taste the peach. Added the whole orange for more flavor.

  11. Rachel says:

    This was good, but not at the top of my list.

  12. Kitty says:

    Love the delicious peach flavor of this! next time I would omit the orange and just use more peaches so that the flavor doesn’t get covered up. Use what is in season!

  13. Lisa says:


  14. Amanda Jorjorian says:

    Does not have too much flavor, I am not sure the orange and the peach go together as well. Maybe banana would have been better. I added a tbsp of coconut oil as a superfood boost.

  15. Cristina says:

    Didn’t like this one very much, because of the milk? Mild tasting but I froze spinach, peach snd orange

    • Simple Green Smoothies says:

      Usually, we opt for adding plant based milk to berry or dessert smoothies best, vs. tropical leaning ones. If you give it another blend, def try plain water as your base and let us know what you think!

  16. Bev says:

    Really great!! Used homemade coconut milk; and added a couple of the cashew/coconut MCT frozen cubes to increase creaminess and make it a meal. Then added a date for a little more sweetness – completely delicious! Thanks for another great recipe!

  17. Nora Long says:

    Sorry not one of my favorites it leaves a waxy feeling in my mouth.

  18. andrea rumble says:

    two thumbs up!!

  19. Sara says:

    Yum! Love citrus! Orange and peaches go so well together! WINNER!!! You need to try this first thing in the morning! It will set you for the rest of the day and give you energy!!

  20. Annette Vos says:

    REally delicious! I haven’t found organic Peaches here in town yet but had frozen ones on hand. This may be my favorite this week in the 10 day smoothie challenge.

  21. Karina says:

    Very good.

  22. Rebecca Starkey says:

    What a great combo! Peaches and the creamy coconut milk, Yum!

  23. Hilde Johansen says:

    Not a favorite. To little flavour. Mum liked it though =)

  24. Mary B says:

    Not a huge peach fan but with coconut milk and orange it wasn’t too bad.

  25. Bonnie Primm says:

    Creamy Deliciousness! It’s not very sweet but It’s still good!

  26. Andrea says:

    Love coconut milk and peach. I was really looking forward to this one. I think a banana might help sweeten it up and improve the consistency and texture: it was a little thin to me. More of a juice than a smoothie.

  27. Jessie says:

    Sweet, creamy, with a tart finish (thanks to the orange). Loved this smoothie!

  28. Sarah says:

    I love this smoothie. It is just the right amount of sweetness!

  29. April R Eckert says:

    Another winner! I am realizing I was stuck in a smoothie rut. Peaches are really good in a smoothie. These recipes were helpful in getting me trying new combos. Peach and orange!

  30. Dawn says:

    Ummm! Peachy! Coconut Peach on Day 8 of the Challenge! I poured in the whole can of coconut milk. (I hate keeping the remainder in the fridge picking up food smells and tastes.) Thus I used a whole orange and a good helping of spinach. Along with fresh peaches I had in the freezer. Delicious!

  31. Pam Izzo says:

    Really liked this one. Not as sweet as most of the others. Very refreshing.

  32. Cindy Savage says:

    Coconut Peach Smoothie was the perfect creamy Smoothie for my day!!! Not only do I love all your Smoothies… I love the simplicity of your recipes! And I love all the beautiful pictures of your Smoothies …. AND each of these articles is so jam packed full of so much valuable information and suggestions for making better Smoothies….WOW! I just want to say thank you!!

  33. Jenn L says:

    Love love love this one! Its creamy and dreamy and peachy. Definitely a new go-to for me.

  34. Marilynn Hession says:

    This one is so good and creamy!!! Yummers!

  35. Jackie Fehrenbacher says:

    I go by the recipe so I can enjoy all the ingredients in the smoothie. Again, I taste every ingredient in the smoothie. I loved this smoothie …. It was just AMAZING!!

  36. Youlanda Jennings says:

    Coconut Peach Smoothie was amazing, I added extra coconut milk

  37. Jennetta T says:

    This is my favorite! I loved It! Gonna make it again and try it as a meal replacement.

  38. Tam Tam says:

    Swapped out the peaches for mangoes and added coconut butter and organic soy milk instead of coconut milk. Then added a bit of pea protein, this was the sweetest smoothie yet, but mmmhm mmhm good!

  39. Azizah Hanif says:

    day 8 for summer challenge.
    i love smothiesssssss ♥️

  40. Sophia Allison says:

    Another one for my list, so refreshing on a hot Summer’s day. Love the peach & orange combo

  41. Clara says:

    I don’t like coconut milk, so I used water instead. I’m sure my smoothie did not have the creamy factor that the milk would have given it. But, the peach and orange flavors were great together! I added a couple of tablespoons of unsweetened flaked coconut. That enhanced the flavor also! Yummy!

  42. Andre L says:

    Day 8 of Smoothie Challenge – Coconut Peach. This was very creamy and delicious! I’ll try this one again with even more peach ! @simplegreenamoothies #simplegreensmoothies

  43. Meagan says:

    I subbed apricots for peaches since they are fresh picking off the tree right now. This was creamy for sure and I added double the vanilla but was still a little boring to drink.

  44. Christina says:

    Enjoyed the coconut peach smoothie recipe tasted like a healthier version of a creamsicle yummy

  45. Eri says:

    I couldn’t taste peaches much in this smoothie. It tasted like coconut with sourness from frozen peaches…I think peaches that I used didn’t have good flavor. Probably, it would be different if I had sweet peaches…I had to add some frozen bananas.

  46. Kimberly S Robinson says:

    This was good, but it wasn’t my favorite, possibly because I used frozen peaches, which weren’t as sweet-tart as fresh ones would’ve been. Because my peaches didn’t have that pop of flavor (even with the orange added), I think the coconut milk made it more mellow than I’m used to, since I mostly use water in all of my green smoothies. Overall, though, I can’t wait to try this again with fresh peaches.

  47. Samantha says:

    My smoothie didn’t taste very peachy, but I’m guessing that’s due to the fact that I used dairy milk instead of coconut milk. I’d probably try it with water next time.

  48. Jennifer A. says:

    This one wasn’t very flavorful, but then again, I had to use frozen peaches. I’m sure juicy ripe peaches would improve the flavor significantly! I added some vanilla and coconut smoothie cubes to give it a little boost.

  49. Julie Quinn says:

    This tasted mostly of coconut to me. My peaches from the farmer’s market were not very good, so I also put in a couple of apricots. May try again with better peaches. Still creamy goodness with so so peaches.

  50. Holly P. says:

    LOOOVED this one! I really like the creaminess of coconut milk in this. I wasn’t sure how the peach and orange would go together….but I was very pleasantly surprised 🙂

  51. Jess S says:

    The flavor for this one was bland. Definitely just ok in my book.

  52. Taylor Gonzalez says:

    I made it to day 8 so pumped! I am feeling good too and I love this Coconut Peach smoothie. I used frozen peaches which made the smoothie more creamy and cold. I used canned coconut milk I may have used a little too much because my smoothie was very coconutty. I love coconut so I did not mind it all.

  53. Betsy Spinosa says:

    So yummy! So rich on flavor! Definitely a good one to repeat during the Summer

  54. Deanna Brandau says:

    I liked this one. I ripen my peaches in a paper bag. Instead of coconut milk. I used frozen coconut pieces, and almond milK. I also added my daily banana. It was sooooo good.

  55. Elle Wood says:

    Very delicious! I opted for coconut water instead of milk (personal preference) and added a banana. Very tropical.

  56. Anita says:

    Really smooth and dreamy.

  57. Adele says:

    Nice smoothie and not too sweet. I added lemon, but I like smoothies with a bit of a kick.

  58. Rovey says:

    This smoothie is really creamy but I have to admit not my favorite. I added chia seed, flaxseed and hemp hearts.

  59. Trudy Richardson says:

    Very nice. I love peaches so combined with the orange and coconut mile made this smoothie delightful. I added flaxseed, chia seed, whole beet powder, and cacao nibs. I liked this smoothie a lot but liked the summer melon, pineapple mint, and tropical kale better.

  60. Kathy Overstreet says:

    Refreshing. Will make and drink again and again!

  61. Jalisa S says:

    I’m not usually a peaches and cream type person, but this was pretty good!

  62. Laura Peters says:

    This was a milder tasting smoothie compared to the last few day’s but it was enjoyable as always

  63. Laura says:

    This was just ok, but I used almond milk instead of coconut milk, so maybe that’s the difference? I’ll try it again with coconut milk and see if it makes it better or not. I had a hint of peaches; mostly just the milk taste, lol.

  64. Deborah says:

    I like this one. Normally, I am not a fan of the peach smoothies. I used fresh, not frozen, peaches and that may have made the difference. I also kicked up the citrusy punch by adding some orange zest. Throw in a Turmeric Anti Inflammatory Cube and a delicious breakfast was had.

  65. Cristina Ribeiro says:

    Creamy, mild peach taste, I used frozen peaches

  66. Tina says:

    My whole family loved this smoothie!

  67. Dora Suarez says:

    Very refreshing but was a bit tart for my taste… Possibly because the peaches were on the greener side. … What do you suggest to make it sweeter banana perhaps?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      I think some banana or a few dates would help with that.

  68. steven a. says:

    may 28, 2020 hello jen. i modified the ingredients. because i didn’t have coconut milk, so i used 5 tbsp frozen coconut chunks plus 1/3 tbsp coconut extract with 1 cup almond milk. then: 1 fresh peeled orange, 1 cup frozen peaches, 1 tbsp raw honey, and 1 cup kale. after blending it i taste mainly the coconut with a backtaste of orange, and a tiny bit of peach. and yes you are right the orange does help a bit to accentuate the peach. for some reason though i find peach hard to stand out in flavor. i did try your peaches and cream recipe which i liked, but i think i like this one better. this has def a summertime tropical feel to it. thanks for all that you do and i’ll be writing back when i try more of your smoothie recipes. cheers from southern ontario, canada

    • steven a. says:

      sorry just wanted to mention to y’all that based on the ingredients i used, the yield was 750 ml.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Thank you for including that info!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Hi Steven! Thank you for the review and I’m glad you found this recipe, it’s such a refreshing summer smoothie. Definitely try more and let us know your thoughts! 😀

  69. Erin says:

    The coconut + peach combo make this smoothie almost a dessert. SO good and creamy.

  70. Linda says:

    Used frozen peaches and fresh grapes…added half a frozen banana to thicken it…yum

  71. Anna says:

    I love the coconut and peach combination. I just pinned this recipe. thanks, Anna

  72. Looks and sounds amazing! Can’t wait to try it

    • SGS Rawkstar says:


      Reach back out + let us know what you think! We hope you love it! Coconut Peach Green Smoothie is one of our favorite recipes!

    • K says:

      Hello. How many ounces is this smoothie?

    • SGS Rawkstar Amanda says:

      Hi K,

      The majority of our recipes make two (16 oz) servings for a total of 32 oz. Hope that helps!

  73. Christina says:


    I’m just joining your subscription this week and I’ve been going through the recipes. What if I don’t have peaches in hand? It’s not peach season so it’s difficult to find. So are the other stone fruits you suggest I.e. cherries, apricots and plums.
    Thanks for the suggestions

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Christina,

      Thanks for joining us! We’re excited that you found us in this busy internet world. Peaches not in season? No worries! Reach for other stone fruit like nectarines, apricots or plums. We also love blendin’ with frozen fruit when our favorites are out of season.

      Cheers 🙂

  74. Bronte says:

    Can I add kale instead of using spinach ?

  75. Jerlean Stricklin says:

    I’m starting a day late, will that be a problem for the 30 day challenge?

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Not at all, Jerlean! We’ll just be jealous when we reach the last week + you have one more day than us! 🙂

  76. Haley says:

    What could you substitute for the orange? I forgot to buy one today!

  77. Ebony says:

    Day three of the July 30 day green smoothie challenge. Just made the coconut peach which turned out great! I got a thumbs up from my sixteen year old son. Will definitely make again!

    • SGS Rawkstar says:

      Hi Ebony,

      RAWESOME! Thanks for reaching out + sharing the green smoothie love with your son!

      Cheers 🙂

  78. RP says:


    I bought a peach and didn’t pick out a very ripe one, so I ended up using a rip mango in place of the peach. Still tasted pretty good. I used so delicious original coconut milk, and then realized I should have bought unsweetended, any preference when you make it? I know unsweetened has no sugar, but wanted to know what you both us.

  79. hellstar says:

    whats the calorie count?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Hellstar,

      Thank you so much for reaching out to us and asking this question. 🙂 We personally don’t count calories, so we don’t include them in our recipes at this time. You’ll find that when you consume more nourishing whole fruits and veggies, you will not only feel full longer, but you’ll also have lessened cravings for high-calorie, nutritionally empty foods. So in the end it balances out. But we know many people would like to have calorie info. Three great resources for tracking calories are Self Nutrition Data and the phone apps My Fitness Pal and Lose It.

      Personally I have loved My Fitness Pal, it helped me lose 20lbs after my first baby.

  80. Ju says:

    About the coconut milk you use, is it from a tin or do you make it from dried coconut like you would almond milk?

  81. Heidi says:

    Oh my! YUMMY! Used Kale and apricots as substitutes for spinach and peaches. 🙂 Threw in a banana as well.

    As for searches: It would be great if there was an option for searching the recipe base by ingredient/s. 🙂

    Thank you for these wonderful smoothie suggestions!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hi Heidi.

      Glad you enjoyed this one + thanks for the suggestion. 🙂

  82. Legra says:

    Hey ladies! Had to unfortunately toss my first batch because my coconut milk went bad on me. 🙁 Anywhoo, made another batch using sweetened coconut plus peach flavored aloe vera water (you gotta try them as your liquid!!), and subbed kale for spinach. Still delish!!!

  83. Charlie says:

    Hello, can you use coconut water instead of coconut milk? Will there be a difference? And also can you use canned peaches? Will it change the flavour?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Charlie.

      Yes, you can totally switch out your liquids to coconut water. I would suggest staying away from canned fruits, they usually are sitting in a whole lot of sugar water. 🙂 We enjoy fresh or frozen fruits.:)

    • Legra says:

      I use frozen peaches in mine. Just as good.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Great tip, Legra!

  84. Julie says:

    I tried this recipe again today, because last time I tried it I ended up feeling really sick after finishing it and nearly threw up. And this time I felt even worse and I actually threw up(a lot)! Do you have any suggestion for what I should do? (I REALLY love this recipe though 🙂 Will be my favorite if I won’t throw up every time I finish it)

    • Mary says:

      Hi Julie, sometimes coconut milk can be just as rough on a person’s stomach as regular milk, even though it doesn’t have the lactose. The carrageenan in many dairy milk alternatives can be hard on a lot of people’s stomachs. I love coconut milk but I have to consume it in small quantities, otherwise I get a tummy ache. One cup of coconut milk in a serving is kind of a lot — maybe try cutting the coconut milk with water or just using coconut water.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Thanks, Mary. Great tips.

    • Yvonne says:

      If you’re using canned coconut milk, dilute it with 3 cans of water. Canned coconut milk is substantially heavier than the carton variety that has been manufactured to be a similar consistency as milk. Hope this helps! I buy the organic canned coconut milk and dilute because the cartons contain more stabilizers and preservatives than the organic, canned.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Great tip, thanks Yvonne.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Julie.

      Above are some great tips from Mary. Try blending this with water and seeing if it makes you feel better or try making your own coconut milk and see if that makes a different. https://simplegreensmoothies.com/recipes/make-coconut-milk

  85. Shannon says:

    I added about a half cup of cranberries and it helped with the whole frozen peach thing. Yum!

  86. Legra says:

    Having this one now. I added a teaspoon of cinnamon, since frozen peaches don’t taste the same as fresh. Gives it a nice flavor.

    • SGS Rawkstar Shauna says:

      Ooh almost sounds like a peach cobbler. Yum! Thanks Legra! 🙂

  87. Amands says:

    I was hesitant about the coconut milk but this this my new favorite, I LOVE it!!! Tastes like a treat instead of a healthy drink.

    • SGS Rawkstar Shauna says:

      Woohoo, Amands! So happy you enjoyed this one! Keep it up rawkstar! 🙂

  88. RON says:

    Can I substitute orange juice for the orange? If so, how much juice?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hi Ron.

      2 to 4 medium oranges = about 1 cup juice

      2 medium oranges = 1 cup orange sections

  89. Breeze says:

    I was excited to try this recipe because I like anything with Coconut in it, however this had a bitter taste to it and I couldn’t stomach it no matter how hard I tried to force myself. Any suggestions?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Breeze.

      Thanks for the comment. Were the peaches fresh?

    • Breeze says:

      They were frozen peaches bought from the frozen section in the supermarket.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      I would suggest, next time you make this recipe try a ripe fresh peach and see if it is any better.

      I find that frozen peaches don’t have the same juicy taste fresh ones have.

    • Legra says:

      A bottle of honey comes in handy to rescue a smoothie that doesn’t agree with your taste buds. Produce is too expensive to be wasting. Good luck

  90. Aanch says:

    Any suggestions on what I can use instead of peach?

  91. Rosie says:

    Are the quantities still the same if I made these smoothies in a vitamix? I wouldn’t need to add extra water or anything? I haven’t had my vitamix long so excuse me if this is a silly question.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Rosie!

      Great question. Our smoothie recipes make about 4-5 cups (32oz – 40oz). Jadah drinks at least 2 cups (16 oz) everyday in the morning as a breakfast meal replacement. Jen drinks hers for lunch or sometimes as a mid morning snack Since green smoothies are full of fiber, they keep us both full for a while. If either of us needs afternoon pick-me-ups, we have been known to make another green smoothie later in the day instead of drinking a caffeinated beverage. The recipes you see are perfect for a Vitamix.

      Thanks for blendin’ with us, Rosie!


  92. Kim says:

    Are you able to subsitute the coconut milk for coconut water?

  93. Jay T says:

    Hey there Jessie, you are just so sweet and encouraging. I just want to give you a hug. Would you be my personal smooooooooooothie coach?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Jay T! Thanks so much for the kind words! I would love to come up to Topeka and blend some leafy greens with you and your family.:) Say hello to Susan and the girls. xoxoxo

  94. Kim says:

    Can I use frozen fruit?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Kim.

      The majority of the time we use fresh, but every now and then we use frozen. 🙂

  95. Bri says:

    As a newbie, I just tried this, using 1/2 coconut milk and 1/2 coconut water, as I usually find the taste of coconut milk overpowering. Excellent! So refreshing! I needn’t have worried.

    Next time I will try it using the full amount of coconut milk. I should have known it would be all right – I’ve learned with cooking to try a recipe “as is” the first time before I tinker with it, now I have to transfer that thinking to smoothie recipes!

    Thanks – love your site! 🙂

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Welcome to SGS! Glad you enjoyed Coconut Peach. Please feel free to make these recipes your unique flavor. Wishing you all the best.

  96. Shannon says:

    This smoothie is pretty refreshing, the coconut milk brand I tried is called Lakewood Organic Fresh Blends. Its light and very flavorful. I really like the hint of orange in this one and I like that its not incredibly sweet! Thanks, I love looking at the scale now when I weigh myself 🙂 its almost been a month since ive found your website and alot has changed, for the better 🙂 thank u so much!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Thanks Shannon for the wonderful feedback on this smoothie and congratulations on your green smoothie success. Wishing you all the best!

  97. Terry says:

    Can not say I enjoyed this one as much as the others, the coconut was a little overpowering for me. I am new to green smoothies and so far, the ones I have tried are quite tasty. I will continue with your recipies for they are the best I have found. Thanks for sharing.

  98. Alissa says:

    Hi! Do you leave the skin on the peaches?

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Alissa.

      Yes. We leave the skin on but remove the stone in the center. 🙂

  99. Tina says:

    I also would like to know if Coconut water could be substituted in place of the milk? thanks in advance.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Tina! If you would enjoy coconut water more, go for it! 🙂

  100. Taryn says:

    Can someone recommend brands for coconut milk? I tried one of the smoothies calling for coconut milk with the canned kind that you would put in a curry, and it was pretty terrible-the whole thing tasted salty and weird. I also know of the coconut cream that you would use in mixed drinks-which I’m sure would be much tastier, but wayyy too much added sugar!

    • Staci says:

      Hi Taryn,
      I use “So Delicious” brand unsweetened coconut milk that is packaged in cartons. It is sold both in the milk coolers & also, at our King Soopers store, near the smaller boxes of rice milk that can be stored without refrigeration before opening. Our store has at least one other brand of coconut milk in the milk coolers too & it tastes similar to me. Be aware of the flavor you buy if you don’t want the added sugars. (Though the chocolate & vanilla ones are like tasty melted ice cream.)

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Great tips, Staci! 🙂

    • SGS Rawkstar Jessie says:

      Hey Taryn!

      Thanks for reaching out to Simple Green Smoothies. Have you tried making your own Coconut Milk? https://simplegreensmoothies.com/recipes/make-coconut-milk

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