Peach Probiotic Smoothie


Take your smoothie to the next level with this mocktail peach smoothie recipe. Mix with your fav kombucha and serve at your next pool party.

Our Peach Probiotic Smoothie is made with three very simple ingredients and served icy cold in a fun coconut sugar-rimmed glass. Blend up a pitcher of this mocktail to serve at a summer pool party or sip it on the patio before it gets too hot out!

Summer pretty much here… which is the perfect time to blend up a smoothies to stay healthy and cool off.

Summer also means it’s time for our Thrive Summer Reset. From July 6-12, we will be hosting a live community reset with daily green smoothies, plant-powered snacks and meals to look + feel your best this summer.

What’s in this Peach Probiotic Smoothie?

There’s only 3 ingredients in this smoothie. I hope you make it if you’re trying to eat better but still love a sweet fun treat. 😉

Spinach adds fiber and phytonutrients

Spinach is so versatile when it comes to neutral flavors in smoothies. That’s why we’ve included it here. I know it may seem a little strange (at first) to include spinach in a peach probiotic smoothie recipe, but trust with me!

Anytime you can add a little extra boost of vitamins and minerals, fiber, and other nutrients into your day is plus. Spinach is chock full of iron, vitamins A, C, and K, and loads of dietary fiber to keep your tummy happy.

Kombucha helps the gut

This Probiotic Smoothie is a little different than our typical green smoothie recipes— thanks to the kombucha. We use kombucha here for several reasons. First, kombucha is rich in enzymes and probiotics due to the natural fermentation process.

Keeping our digestive tract in tip-top shape is key to overall good health. Kombucha is made from fermented black, green, or white tea that is sweetened with sugar which feeds the culture, known as a SCOBY (symbiotic culture of bacteria and yeast). I like to make my own kombucha (it’s really easy), but I also like to buy new flavors at the store too.

Nowadays you’ll find kombucha in just about every flavor you can imagine and in every grocery and convenience store refrigerator case. If you haven’t been a kombucha fan before, we implore you to try blending up this Peach Probiotic Smoothie recipe to reap the benefits.

My favorite store-bought brands of kombucha are:

  • Health-Ade: Passion Fruit-Tangerine
  • GTS Living Food: Gingerade
  • Suja: Peach Kombucha
  • GTS Living Foods: Watermelon Wonder

To be honest, I was a little nervous the first time I popped open a bottle of kombucha. I’d heard so many things about, so I had to try it for myself. I’m glad I did. I really enjoy a daily glass or two and the benefits I get from it.

One small note about kombucha: It is a naturally fermented beverage, and it does contain a very small percentage of alcohol, about that of a non-alcoholic beer, or even less. If that is something you avoid for whatever reason, total swap it out for coconut water and a splash of sparkling water so the Peach Probiotic Smoothie still has some fizz.

Peaches add a creamy natural sweetness

When it comes to the fruit in this recipe, we really love peaches. They are summer’s best fruit, in my not-so-humble opinion. Nothing beats a good peach. Plus, they are lower on the GI scale, which also helps your gut. (High sugar, refined foods are hard on your gut.)

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Peach Probiotic Smoothie

  • Author: Jen Hansard
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 16 oz smoothie 1x
  • Diet: Vegan


The tastiest blend of frozen peaches, spinach, and kombucha with a coconut sugar rim for a refreshing summery drink to help heal your gut. This Peach probiotic smoothie is deceptively good for you!


  • 1 cup fresh spinach
  • 8 ounce kombucha
  • 1 1/2 cups frozen peaches
  • 1 tablespoon coconut sugar
  • 1/2 lime, juiced


  1. Blend spinach and kombucha together until no more leafy chunks.
  2. Add in the frozen peaches and blend again until creamy.
  3. Squeeze lime juice and coconut sugar onto small shallow tray/bowl.
  4. Dip rim of cup into lime juice and then into sugar to coat the edge of the glass.
  5. Fill glass with probiotic smoothie and enjoy!


  • Feel free to swap out the peaches for another fruit such as frozen pineapple, mango, or strawberries. Switch things up by using another flavor of kombucha. Get creative!
  • You can also blend the lime right into the smoothie and use water to line the glass.
  • Category: Smoothie
  • Method: Blending
  • Cuisine: American

Keywords: mocktail recipe

Probiotic Smoothie flavor suggestions

A recipe like this can go so many different ways and be amazing. Here’s a few other recipes I’ve played with and enjoyed:

  • Ginger kombucha + Pineapple
  • Watermelon Kombucha + strawberries
  • Passion Fruit Kombucha + Peaches

#1 Green Smoothie Of all Time— no joke!
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 plant-based diet. I also found myself again along the way.

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Recipe rating

  1. Jessica says:

    I love kombucha so I thought I’d really like this smoothie but a bubbly green smoothie just felt a bit strange, texture-wise, to me. The flavor was very good, though. I used Health-Ade Maca-Berry and fresh peaches. I’d really like to find the Jalapeño-Kiwi-Cucumber flavor. I think that would be a great compliment to the peaches. And I think frozen peaches might make a big difference, so I’ll try those next time, as well.

  2. Nora Long says:

    I used the ginger Kombucha very nice my husband says this one is his new favorite.

  3. Cindy Savage says:

    ⭐️ ⭐️ Sorry, I did not care for this smoothie. It may have been due to blender error… I chose a pear lime kombucha then with the added 1/2 fresh squeezed lime… well it was too much lime! And I love lime! So I will play with this recipe as I love the idea of adding kombucha to my smoothie! Rawk on… Smoothie on… Looking forward to the next Smoothie challenge!!!

  4. Dawn says:

    Day 10 Peach Probiotic wasn’t my favorite. Probably since I had to substitute kombucha for strawberry kefir. With frozen peaches it wasn’t as flavorful as I thought it would be. I will try again maybe adding a half of a fresh peach.

  5. Daniella brissett says:

    This one was ok I don’t really like kombucha but made it work

  6. Tam Tam says:

    Tasty with a kombucha sprintzer.

  7. Youlanda Jennings says:

    Peach Probiotic Smoothie was great, I didn’t have coconut sugar so I put Cinnamon on the glass. I also added chia seeds and collagen with a pinch of ginger I’m going to continue on with daily smoothies..

  8. Andre L says:

    Day 10 of Smoothie Challenge. I used guava mango flavored kombucha. This was creamy and refreshing! Took it on my hike today and it hit the spot. Will definitely add this one to my recipedex!

  9. Meagan says:

    This was really good but I was hoping more of the kombucha taste came through. I’ll try with a different flavor & see if that helps

  10. Christina G says:

    Peach probiotic smoothie by far my favorite out of the 10 day challenge! I was a little scared to try kombucha since I’ve never tried but got a flavor I enjoy ginger and lemon it was very delicious

  11. Bonnie Primm says:

    The flavors are DELICIOUS! I don’t like Kombucha by itself but it was tasty in this smoothie!!

  12. Sophia Allison says:

    Have to say, you saved the best for last. This really tasted out of this world

  13. Jennetta Thomas says:

    I loved this!! I used ginger kombucha and added mint. Delicious!! Next time I’m going to use ginger cayenne kombucha and pineapple.

  14. Jackie Fehr says:

    The smoothie had the kombucha taste and I was surprised. I actually loved it.

  15. Deanna Brandau says:

    I ran out of peaches so used pineapple and frozen mango and used water instead of kumbucha. It was a bit weird with the lime so I added banana and it was sooo good. These are so easy to tweak and make them to your taste.

  16. Kimberly S Robinson says:

    I think I’ve found a new favorite in this Peach Probiotic Green Smoothie. The flavor popped, which is what I look for in a green smoothie. The ginger kombucha added just that hint of zing, and the peaches were sweet. I never thought to use kombucha before, but I’ll have to keep experimenting in the future. Disclosure: I used fresh peaches and frozen kale cubes (I ran out of spinach, but had plenty of kale), and I used the 1/2 lime to wet the rim of the glass before mixing it into the smoothie. (I dipped the glass in the coconut sugar after liming the rim.)

  17. Sara says:

    This is so yummy! I used fresh peaches instead of frozen peaches and it was so sweet and fresh! The hint of lime gets me every time too! SOO GOOD! Loved the addition of kombucha to this smoothie. I have never added kombucha to a smoothie before and I’m for sure going to do it again!! Loved the zing!!! Give this a try for sure!

  18. Pam Izzo says:

    Loved this smoothie. Just became one of my favorite smoothies. I have never used kombucha in a smoothie before and wasn’t sure about it. Now I am sure. Great! I used pink lady apple flavor. It gave the smoothie a crisp flavor. Just loved it.

  19. Holly P. says:

    So so so so GOOOOOD! I loved that hint of lime. I left off the coconut sugar because I was taking it to go in the car, but I imagine it would be amazing…and will definitely try it the next time I make it. The Kombucha I used was Strawberry Lemonade flavored…. I was scared because it smelled like vinegar and I don’t care for vinegar…but it didn’t taste like it at all. I don’t like Kombucha on its own….but can DEFINITELY drink it in a smoothie – BRILLIANT idea!

  20. Laura Peters says:

    This was a very enjoyable smoothie. I do love kombucha and this blended so lovely with my frozen peaches that it was like an ice cream. Perfection on a hot day.

  21. Karina says:

    Very good.

  22. Taylor Gonzalez says:

    I would have never thought to put kombucha in my smoothie, this was very different and added a tart tangy flavor to the green smoothie. The Kombucha I used was Guava so I feel like it went well with the peach flavor of this smoothie. I am so proud of myself for finishing the 10-day challenge and I am feeling great! And plan to continue to try and have a green smoothie every day it was quite easy for me to substitute my smoothie for my breakfast meal of the day. Thanks so much! I love all the recipes!

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      We’re proud of you too, Taylor! Way to rawk the challenge! 🙂

  23. Andrea says:

    I have tried Kombucha a few times and don’t really like it but I thought I would give it another shot. It was okay, not as bad as it is by itself. Not sure I would have it again though. May swap out the Kombucha in the future. The rest was delicious though!

  24. Jessie says:

    Can I give this one 10 stars? This smoothie tasted like I was drinking a fancy adult beverage on a sunny beach. SO GOOD! I love kombucha, though, and I know not everyone likes the taste of it. But with the addition of the peaches and lime juice, I didn’t really taste the kombucha – it just added a nice carbonated zip to the smoothie. I’m going to experiment with different kombucha flavors and fruits in the near future.

  25. Elle Wood says:

    I can’t have kombucha for medical reasons and used coconut water instead. I love the frozen peaches with lime. It’s a nice combo.

  26. Jennifer A. says:

    I like zip that the carbonation from Kombucha adds. I did not add any lime to the smoothie and since I had to take this one on the go, I skipped the sugar rim. I have done that before though, and like it…looks fancy and adds an extra touch of sweet! I also added a couple coconut milk smoothie cubes this time because I’m addicted.

  27. Samantha says:

    I substituted water for kombucha, and added a bit of ginger. Also forgot to juice the lime and put just half of it in. Not an overwhelming peach flavour, but that could be because of my frozen peaches or my additions/mistakes.

  28. Dora Suarez says:

    I was terrified as I’ve never had kombucha before. I used the GTS gingerade and love it, great taste and very refreshing, a keeper no doubt. By the way, I love rimming the glass with the coconut sugar, it adds a a bit of sophistication and whimsy. P.S. I rimmed mine with a blend of coconut sugar and Pink Himalayan salt, delish.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      I bet the sweet/salty combo of sugar and salt was really good!

  29. Anita says:

    Jury still out on this one.

  30. Trudy Richardson says:

    I liked the Peach Probiotic and not as much as some of my other favorites. The kombucha gives it an attention getting taste, but still good. I have drank it down quickly so I must have liked it. I followed the recipe exactly.

  31. Julie Quinn says:

    Don’t feel right leaving a review on this one because I hardly followed this recipe. Didn’t have kombucha so used water. My peaches were not very viable, so had to add in apricots to make up the difference and that wasn’t enough fruit so I added 1/2 a banana. So this was good, but not this recipe. LOL

  32. Sarah says:

    Wow I never thought of mixing kombucha & smoothies. It was really good!

  33. Hilde Johansen says:

    Bit bland. Dont think my peaches where ripe enough but added some grapefruit juice and that made it superyummy! Didnt have kombucha (couldn’t find it) so used tea and some apple cider vinegar

  34. Kathy Overstreet says:

    Interesting smoothie – very tropical!

  35. Adele Restrepo says:

    Do yourself a favor and make this smoothie! I’ve never thought of adding kombucha to a smoothie but it made it taste delicious. I used a ginger lemon flavor. This smoothie is a bit tart and not too sweet, but it sure doesn’t taste like spinach. Loved it!

  36. Betsy Spinosa says:

    I usually don’t like kombucha, but this was surprisingly good!!! Thank you so much for all the new ideas to make my smoothies tasty and rich in flavor!!!

  37. Deborah says:

    I made this with a locally produced Peach Mango Kombucha. I added lime juice and zest, but not the whole lime as I have found lime can be overpowering. Fresh peaches and YUM! I normally do not like peach smoothies, but this has me rethinking that thought.

  38. Cristina Ribeiro says:

    Oops! Made a mistake, added whole 1/2 lime in smoothie, wet glass with water. I changed the recipe a little bit, altered the taste. I used lemon ginger tea with a dash of cayenne pepper, added too much cayenne pepper, should have used coconut water, instead of kombucha. I added 1/2 cup Greek yogurt and used a baby kale, spinach, Swiss chard mix

  39. Eri says:

    I Love this smoothie!! It was my first time putting Kombucha in my smoothie. (I used raspberry lemonade flavor one) To be honest, I wasn’t sure about Kombucha in a green smoothie, but surprisingly, I enjoyed it very much!

  40. Mary B says:

    Never thought to use kombucha in smoothie before. It was great. Took my smoothie to go so didn’t get to try the coconut sugar on the rim. Next time. Swapped Mango for the peaches.

  41. April R Eckert says:

    Have always been a Kombucha fan. Have never put it in a smoothie. Kind of an Ah Ha moment for me. Worked out great!

  42. Laura says:

    This was just alright. It was really tart, but that could’ve been because I used a 1/2 a lime, not just the juice; I guess that was a typo in the page I had, lol. Also, I used ginger kombucha, which was too much ginger, so I’ll try it with a different flavor next time.

  43. Mary says:

    Never had kombucha before but this got me to try it

    • SGS Rawkstar Amanda says:

      Yay!!! Kombucha is soooo good for you! SO happy we convinced you to give it a try!

  44. Billy says:

    Thanks so much for sharing this mocktail! Love seeing the creative ways to use kombucha!

    • SGS Rawkstar Amanda says:

      Hi Billy,

      You got it! Thanks for blendin’ with us!


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