The banana peach smoothie recipe tastes best with sun-ripened raw peaches. The stone fruit is a good source for vitamin A and C.
Transform this seasonal smoothie into a healthy breakfast replacing drink by adding a quarter cup of oats before blending.
The oats help to provide longer-lasting slow-burning sustenance. For variation add a quarter teaspoon of vanilla essence. By itself, the fruit combination oxidizes short after pureeing. For this, it is best to blend just before serving or adding lemon or lime juice or even a whole orange before pureeing.
It is in the cooks' hands what base
liquid to add. Peaches work well with full cream milk or yogurt as well
as with kefir. The liquid base determines how creamy the smoothie
By choosing a nut-milk, soy-milk or rice-milk, the smoothie supports a vegan diet. The amount of liquid in relation to pureed fruit gives a more or less runny drink.
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The banana peach smoothie recipe makes one serving. Add more fruits and liquid for more portions.
Change the drink by joining the banana and peach up with an orange or some plums.
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 0 minutes
Yield: 1 glass
Cuisine: New Zealand
Suitable: Vegetarian Diet
Sometimes the fruit is not as sweet as you like it to be. Then consider adding a pitted date for natural sweetness. To replace breakfast with a glass of smoothie, add some oats or seeds. It will increase the content of slow-burning sustenance.
A spice that boosts the natural flavor and sweetness is vanilla essence. A summer fruit combination that works as well is, banana, peach and plum.
Enjoy it served in a tumbler with straw!
The fruit smoothie is a healthy treat that boosts your immune system.
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