Strawberry, Peach, and Pear Smoothie
I was recently sent two bottles of R.W. Knudsen Family – Organic Pear Juice. This juice has no added sugar and it tastes so great! I have been a big fan of R.W. Knudsen Family juices since I first tried them several years ago. Their juices are always delicious, have no preservatives, no artificial flavors, and they are a part of the Non-GMO project, which I love! The two juices they sent me are 100% pure juice with no sweeteners added. I love that there are lots of things you can do with their juices other than just drink them, you can make curds, jams, smoothie bowls, or marinades. Thank you R.W. Knudsen Family for my delicious organic pear juice!!
My kids have indulged in way more processed sugar than they should have today due to the seemingly endless supply of Easter basket candy, so I decided to serve them a delicious smoothie with lunch, using up some fresh strawberries and peaches I had on hand. I added some Greek yogurt for protein and some pear juice for added flavor. My kids and husband all loved the smoothies and they thought the flavor combination was terrific.
How to Make a Strawberry, Peach, and Pear Smoothie
Add the ice, pear juice, hulled strawberries, peeled & chopped peaches, Greek yogurt, and agave, to taste, together in a powerful blender. Blend until smooth and creamy. Serve garnished with strawberries and a straw. Enjoy.
- 1½ cups of ice
- 1 cup of R.W. Knudsen Organic Pear Juice
- 1 cup of fresh strawberries hulled
- 2 peaches peeled & chopped
- ⅓ cup Greek yogurt
- Agave syrup to taste
- Add the ice, pear juice, hulled strawberries, peeled & chopped peaches, Greek yogurt, and agave, to taste, together in a powerful blender.
- Blend until smooth and creamy.
- Serve garnished with strawberries and a straw.
I think pears are one of the most underrated fruits and love that they make an actual pear juice. I bet it’s awesome and these smoothies look so delicious!
Still haven’t seen peaches over here and I can’t wait for the season arrive! The smoothie looks beautiful and delicious, Pam.
This looks creamy and delicious. Perfect breakfast when it gets really hot.
This sounds terrific! I spent yesterday drinking copious quantities of milk to try and get the sugar out of my system. Jeff brought several delicious desserts from the bakery 147 steps from his front door and of course we all had to try them Friday and Saturday. I’ll have to see if Knudsen’s juices are here on the East coast!
love this smoothie sounds delicious Pam !
We don’t drink a lot of juice around here, but I can definitely see how this would be great to add some flavor to smoothies!
Can you use frozen peaches when out of season and how much? Also I wanted to cut the recipe in half. So how much Greek yogurt would I use?
Yes, you can use frozen peaches. Half of 1/3 cup is 2 1/2 tablespoons.