This delicious Peach Pie Smoothie recipe is a perfect healthy breakfast or snack for toddlers, kids and adults. Quick and easy to make, it has two veggies that no one will even know are there!

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Peach Pie Smoothie

When it comes to breakfast, smoothies are always a great choice👍!

Quick and easy!

This one just so happens to be loaded with nutritious and delicious fresh ingredients – peaches, bananas, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, cinnamon, vanilla, honey and milk.

Smoothies are one of my favorite ways to sneak 🙈 in some extra veggies into the little one’s diet – as they blend right in and no one is any the wiser!

Even with those sneaky veggies, this smoothie tastes just like a peach pie🍑!

My kiddos devour this smoothie every time I make it!

Reasons to Love this Smoothie for Kids

  • toddler and kid-approved
  • great for picky eaters
  • hidden-veggie (your kiddo won’t even taste the cauliflower and sweet potato)
  • simple ingredients
  • 5-minute prep time
  • nutrient-dense
  • can be served for breakfast, snack, lunch or dessert
  • naturally gluten-free and nut free
  • can be made dairy-free
  • no added refined sugar
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Ingredients

  • Peaches: are loaded with antioxidants, nutrients and are super-rich in vitamins and minerals. They add a great natural sweetness and flavor to each sip. I recommend using frozen peaches as they will result in a thicker smoothie, but you can also use fresh peaches if you add in 4-6 ice cubes as well.
  • Banana: helps to make these smoothies wonderfully creamy as well as providing fiber, vitamins and potassium. It’s best to use frozen bananas but you can also use fresh.
  • Cauliflower + Sweet Potato: use frozen. I found a riced cauliflower and sweet potato mix at the store, which works great. I also saw several brands of frozen riced cauliflower and sweet potato not mixed together. If you can’t find frozen sweet potato, you can use frozen cauliflower instead.
  • Oats: are a great ingredient to add to smoothies. They are high in antioxidants and fiber and will keep little bellies nice and full. If you or your little ones have a gluten intolerance, be sure to use GF certified oats.
  • Cinnamon: gives this smoothie the peach pie taste! Plus, cinnamon is known to boost brain functions.
  • Honey: is a great way to sweeten a smoothie naturally. You can also use maple syrup or agave syrup if you prefer.
  • Milk: you can make this smoothie using any milk you prefer – regular or any plant-based milk such as almond, oat or soy.

MORE FUN ADD-INS

Here are some of our favorite smoothie add-ins that deliver a big nutritional boost! I would recommend you pick one or two per smoothie (don’t add them all in;).

  • hemp seeds: an easy way to get in extra protein into a smoothie as hemp seeds contain 33% by weight and sustainable source of Omega-3s, amino acids, fatty acids, protein, and minerals. Can add in 1/2-2 teaspoons into this smoothie recipe. 
  • bee pollen: bee pollen contains over 200 compounds, minerals, vitamins and essential amino acids. I find bee pollen is an easy way to ease symptoms on seasonal allergies for my family. Can add in 1/4 – 1/2 teaspoon to this smoothie. 
  • chia seeds: are loaded with protein, antioxidants, essential omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, calcium, potassium, and fiber. Can add in 1/2 – 1 teaspoon into any smoothie. 
  • coconut oil: a great way to get in some extra healthy fat into your smoothies, which will help keep your kiddos fuller for longer. Can add 1 teaspoon – 1 tablespoon to any smoothie. 
  • probiotics: helps with promoting balanced and healthy digestion. Add in 1/2 – 1 serving of liquid or powder probiotics.

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Place all ingredients into a high-speed blender and blend until smooth – roughly 1-2 minutes on high.
  • Pour and serve.

COOKING WITH KIDS

You can easily have your kids help you make this smoothie.

TODDLERS

  • Toddlers can help measure and pour the ingredients into the blender.
  • They can help put the lid on the blender and push start. Note: make sure to talk about not touching the blender blade while making something in the blender, as it can be sharp. 
  • Have them pour their smoothie into their own cup. 

KIDS

  • You can pretty much let older kids make this recipe by themselves. 
  • They can pick out and measure all of the ingredients. Note: make sure to talk about not touching the blender blade while making something in the blender, as it can be sharp. 
  • Have them pour the smoothie into their own cup as well as a second cup for you!
Kids hands holding up smoothie cup.

TIPS FOR MAKING THE BEST SMOOTHIE

  • Smoothies are best served as soon as you have made it. But you can store any leftovers covered in the fridge for up to 24 hours.
  • For a thicker smoothie, use frozen peaches and bananas. If using fresh, add in 4-6 ice cubes.
  • Make sure you blend for at least 1-2 minutes or until everything is completely broken down. No kid wants a mouthful of frozen cauliflower, so make sure it’s smooth before pouring.

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This delicious peach pie smoothie recipe is a perfect healthy breakfast for toddlers, kids and adults. Quick and easy to make, it has two veggies that no one will even know are there!

Ingredients 

  • 1 banana, frozen works best
  • 1 cup peaches, frozen works best, if using fresh add in 4-6 ice cubes
  • 2 tbsp frozen cauliflower (see notes)
  • 2 tbsp frozen sweet potatoes (see notes)
  • 2-3 tbsp honey
  • 2 tbsp old-fashioned oats
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/8 tsp vanilla extract, optional
  • 1 cup milk, of choice

Instructions 

  • Place all ingredients into a high-speed blender.
    blender full of peach pie smoothie ingredients
  • Blend until smooth – roughly 1-2 minutes on high.
    Blended smoothie for toddlers and kids
  • Pour and serve.
    Hands holding up smoothie cup.

Notes

Age: 9-12 months (omit the honey), toddlers and kids use recipe as is
Yield: 2 8-oz servings
Note on Milk: you can make this smoothie using any milk you prefer – regular or any plant-based milk such as almond, oat or soy.
Note of Frozen Cauliflower and Sweet Potato: frozen works the best. I found a riced cauliflower and sweet potato mix at the store, which works great. I also saw several brands of frozen riced cauliflower and sweet potato not mixed together. If you can’t find frozen sweet potato, you can use frozen cauliflower instead.
Note on Frozen Banana and Peaches: for a thicker smoothie, use frozen peaches and bananas. If using fresh, add in 4-6 ice cubes.
Storage: Smoothies are best served as soon as you have made it. But you can store any leftovers covered in the fridge for up to 24 hours, shake before serivng.

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