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Spinach Peach Smoothie


Enjoy this mildly sweet, hydrating, and nutritious Spinach Peach Smoothie Recipe — it’s perfect for those watching their sugar intake yet still craving something sweet and refreshing.

This Peach Smoothie screams summer and is the ultimate in refreshing green smoothies. It’s loaded up with heart-healthy dietary fiber and relies on lower sugar fruits for its mildly sweet flavor. By the way, if you prefer a sweeter smoothie — feel free to add a banana, which also adds more potassium and will make the smoothie creamy.

Simple Ingredients for the Spinach Peach Smoothie

5 reasons to love this spinach peach smoothie recipe:

  • sweet
  • hydrating
  • refreshing
  • nutritious
  • 100% plant-based
Staged shot of the Spinach and Peach Smoothie

Using Coconut Water in Green Smoothies

The liquid base of this smoothie is one of our very favorites – coconut water.

Coconut water is naturally sweet and refreshing. It contains 5 key electrolytes: sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus. There’s more potassium in coconut water than is found in a banana. It’s great replacement to sports drinks that contain additives, food coloring, and other chemicals.

We recommend using 100% natural, not from concentrate, coconut water that doesn’t contain any added sugar or flavoring. Always check the label. With the popularity of coconut water at an all-time high, there are more and more brands worldwide that sell high-quality coconut water.

Nutrients Found in Peaches

Peaches are a low-sugar fruit that is jam-packed with dietary fiber, vitamin A, C, potassium, B-carotenes. They also contain several flavonoids lycopene and lutein.

Bookmark this recipe for peach season because it’s even better when juicy, ripe peaches are abounding at the farmer’s market. But it can be blended up with frozen peaches anytime of the year. We don’t typically recommend using canned fruit because they are often packed in sugary syrup. If that’s the only option, look for peaches packed in juice and drain the juice before using the peaches.

It’s up to you whether or not you peel the peaches. The skin certainly won’t harm you, but it may give the smoothie an unappealing texture.

Nutrients Found in Grapes

Grapes, particularly their skin, are a powerhouse of nutrients, especially resveratrol.

What is resveratrol? It is a polyphenol antioxidant made by grape plants to naturally ward off fungus, and for other defense mechanisms. It’s generally accepted that resveratrol can help prevent degenerative diseases.

Aside from being a polyphenol powerhouse, grapes are also good source of vitamins C, B6, and K, thiamin, and potassium. They are also an excellent source of manganese.

Manganese is vital for normal brain and nerve function and aids the formation of connective tissue, blood clotting factors, bones, fat and carbohydrate metabolism, absorption of calcium, sex hormones, and regulation of blood sugar.

You can blend any color or variety of grape. We do recommend using seedless grapes, if possible, as the seeds may be hard on your blender and leave you with a gritty smoothie. Even high-speed blenders can have trouble with seeds, so it’s better to err on the side of seedless grapes.

When grapes are on sale at the store, we like to stock up and freeze them to use in smoothies or as “ice cubes.” They blend up easily and give smoothies a nice, slushy texture.

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Peach Coconut Dream

Spinach Peach Smoothie

  • Author: Jen Hansard
  • Prep Time: 3
  • Cook Time: 2
  • Total Time: 5
  • Yield: 1 1x
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Blending
  • Cuisine: Healthy
  • Diet: Vegan

Description

Enjoy this mildly sweet Spinach Peach Smoothie recipe— perfect for those watching their sugar intake. If you want it sweeter— feel free to add a banana, which also adds more potassium.


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Ingredients

  • 1 cup fresh spinach
  • 1/2 cup coconut water (unsweetened)
  • 1 cup grapes*
  • 1/2 cup peaches*

Instructions

  1. Blend spinach, grapes and coconut water until smooth.
  2. Next, add the remaining fruits and blend again.

Notes

  • *Freeze at least one of these fruits to make the smoothie cold.
  • Other stone fruits can be used in place of the peaches, if needed. Grapes can be substituted with cubed melon. Plain water may be used in place of the coconut water, if needed.

Keywords: breakfast smoothie, summer drink, poolside recipe

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So, what do you think of this peach smoothie?

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Oh, and if you love peaches, check out this ultra creamy Coconut Peach Green Smoothie.

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  1. Susan Garcia says:

    Day 7-I subbed papaya since peaches are out of season and added a little vanilla protein powder. Sweet, but tasty!

  2. Tammy J Verhulst says:

    Day 7: spinach peach. made this a meal with almond butter and oats. Yummy!

  3. Tammy J Verhulst says:

    Day 7: spinach peach. Had to sub in mango for peach, for got to pick up peaches. Also made this a meal with almond butter and oats. Yummy!

  4. EricaRuth says:

    Yum! And so sweet maybe I can ignore the leftover new year’s goodies in my house

  5. Raquel says:

    Great taste! Not too sweet so perfect for the morning.

  6. Sue says:

    I really enjoyed this smoothie. I added mint to it and it really compliments it. I didn’t want to waste any of it so I was licking the sides of the cup.

  7. Andrea says:

    We liked this smoothie. Light and refreshing, not overly sweet. I had to sub half the grapes for blackberries because that’s what we had in the house. Will definitely try again as the original recipe states. Also added flax meal and spirulina to it for a boost. Of course that changes the taste but it’s good for us! 🙂

  8. Hilgay Beckles says:

    Day 7, I’m really ‘rawking’ this challenge-does that makes me a rawstar? I liked this smoothie.
    I’m allergic to peach, so added mango instead, red grapes and hemp seeds. I also used a blend of baby kale leaves with spinach as you said we should sub our greens sometimes.

  9. Mary Anderson says:

    I love peaches in my smoothies!

  10. Vicky says:

    So good! Love this one!

  11. Yolanda Moneyhun says:

    This one was awful. I hate to say that but it’s the truth. No one in my family liked it.

  12. Sandra McGuire says:

    I love peaches, so this one is a keeper. Reminded me of a little of a peach daiquiri.

  13. Nichole says:

    I don’t know how, but this one tastes like alfalfa to me. Maybe because I used red grapes instead of green? But that’s the only change I made. It’s still drinkable though.

    • SGS Rawkstar Jess says:

      Nichole, I definitely think using green grapes over red will make a big difference in the taste for you. Try it again with green grapes and see what you think. 🙂

  14. FNU says:

    Waaooh! Waaooh! This smoothie is delicious, not too sweet, refreshingly cool
    I really enjoyed it and I think it’s my best so far, it beat the one if yesterday

  15. Connnie M says:

    This is quite good. I did add some protein powder.

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