Strawberry Peach smoothie bowl! This is my new favorite smoothie bowl flavor! It is so sweet, so delicious and super refreshing. Hope you love my strawberry peach smoothie bowl recipe!
Two ways to make this one! A strawberry peach smoothie bowl or a strawberry mango peach smoothie bowl like in my video below! Both ways are super delicious and made without banana.
I love all kinds of fruit, tropical fruit, berries, and banana! But I get a lot of requests for how to make a thick delicious sweet smoothie bowl without banana, so here is another banana free smoothie bowl recipe.
As always, you can definitely add frozen banana if you do like it! Simply throw it into your blender, or use it to replace one of the other fruits! Lets get started on this delicious smoothie bowl for strawberry season and the start of summer here in New York!
STRAWBERRY PEACH SMOOTHIE BOWL INGREDIENTS
- mango (optional)
- coconut milk
TIPS TO MAKE THE BEST STRAWBERRY PEACH SMOOTHIE BOWL THICK
USE ONLY FROZEN FRUIT! Frozen fruit will give you that perfect thick smoothie bowl texture.
USE JUST A LITTLE BIT OF LIQUID. Don't use too much liquid or your smoothie bowl will become very watery!
KEEP BLENDING TILL YOUR SMOOTHIE BOWL IS CREAMY. Keep blending until no frozen fruit chunks remain! You may have to blend for longer if your blender doesn't have a strong engine.
EAT IMMEDIATELY! Smoothie bowls should be eaten fresh, the longer it sits out the more your frozen fruit will thaw and melt.
Read this post on all my tips for how to make a perfectly thick smoothie bowl!
HOW TO MAKE MY THICK STRAWBERRY PEACH SMOOTHIE BOWL
I'm keeping this post short because I'm in the middle of working my summer garden! 🙂 This smoothie bowl is super easy and really sweet for those of you who love sweets- and it's totally healthy!
STEP 1: ADD FROZEN FRUIT TO YOUR BLENDER
First, add the frozen strawberries and frozen peaches to your blender. I used 2 cups of strawberries and 2 cups of peaches, you can adjust to how much fruit you want!
For the strawberry mango peach version, add your frozen mangoes now. I used 2 cups of strawberries, 1 cup of peaches, and ½ cup of mangoes. Adjust to your preference!
Add the ¼-3/4 of coconut milk or your milk of choice.
STEP 2: BLEND AND PUSH FROZEN FRUIT DOWN
Start your blender on low speed. Use your blender tamper to push frozen fruit down towards the blades until smooth and creamy. Make sure to turn up the speed a bit as you go.
If your blender doesn't have a tamper, that's ok! Just turn off your blender a couple of times and scrape the frozen fruit chunks down.
STEP 3: SCOOP AND TOP!
Scoop your creamy strawberry peach or strawberry mango peach smoothie bowl into a bowl.
Smooth out the top. Add your favorite toppings!
For this smoothie bowl, I topped it with:
- fresh strawberries
- cashew butter
Are smoothie bowls actually healthy?
I get asked this question all the time! And as a registered dietitian I can say YES smoothie bowls are healthy! Even if you just use fruit, it is packed with nutrients and fiber, great for weight loss and gut health!
What blender is best to make thick smoothie bowls?
My first blender was a big ninja, which I used for about 7 years! So my older smoothie bowl pictures are from that one. Even the little foodi blender can really blend through frozen fruit without burning out!
Recently I bought a vitamix because I love the look of the blender swirl in videos. Both are great options and will give you super thick and creamy bowls!
More delicious thick smoothie bowl recipes you might like:
- Strawberry smoothie bowl without banana
- Strawberry mango smoothie bowl
- Banana strawberry smoothie bowl
- Blueberry smoothie bowl
- Dragon fruit smoothie bowl
- Acai smoothie bowl
- Magic shell smoothie bowl
- Mango smoothie bowl
- Strawberry kiwi smoothie bowl
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Strawberry Peach Smoothie Bowl No Banana
- 2 cups frozen strawberries
- 2 cups frozen peaches
- ½ cup coconut milk
- ½ cup frozen mango optional
How to make the strawberry peach smoothie bowl:
- In your blender, add 2 cups of frozen strawberries, 2 cups of frozen peaches and about ½ cup coconut milk.
- Blend on low and push frozen fruit down towards the blades, turning up the speed and blending until you have a smooth mixture.Scoop into a bowl, add your favorite toppings and enjoy!
How to make the strawberry peach mango smoothie bowl:
- In your blender, add 2 cups of strawberries, 1 cup of peaches, ½ cup of mangoes, and ½ cup coconut milk.Blend on low and push frozen fruit down towards the blades, turning up the speed and blending until you have a smooth mixture.Scoop into a bowl, add your favorite toppings and enjoy!