Peach Raspberry Swirl Smoothie

Peach Raspberry Swirl Smoothie

When did smoothie bowls become a thing? Who decided that eating smoothies from a bowl was wayyy cooler than drinking a smoothie from a glass? I mean, from time to time, I am still drinking my smoothies, but overwhelmingly, I am slurping these creations from a bowl. Someone leave a message and tell me why!Peach Raspberry Swirl Smoothie_-3

Peaches and raspberries! What a combination! Has anyone ever had it before? I don’t think I had previously ever thought to combine the two, but boy am I happy I did! It’s really the perfect sweet and sour combination, like natures sour patch kids! Speaking of sour patch kids, who agrees that they are by far the best candy you had growing up!

Peach Raspberry Swirl Smoothie

OK, back to this smoothie bowl, the moral of today’s post is you have to try this combination! But I am certainly waiting on the edge of my seat for answers on the bowl vs. glass debate. I think it has something to do with influence from California (of course) specifically acai bowls. For some reason, acai smoothies have always been served and bowls but now everything is just served in bowls! thoughts?!

Peach Raspberry Swirl Smoothie

Peach Raspberry Swirl Smoothie

Peach and raspberry! What a combination! Both looks and taste!


  • 1 cup frozen peaches
  • 3/4 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1/2 cup nonfat greek yogurt divided
  • 1/4 cup almond milk divided
  • fresh peach slices
  • fresh raspberries
  • 1 tsp edible rose petals


  1. In a food processor or blender, add the frozen peaches, 1/4 cup of greek yogurt, and 2 tbsp of almond milk. 

  2. Blend until smooth. 

  3. Pour the peach smoothie into a bowl or glass. 

  4. Rinse and dry the food processor and place back on the stand. 

  5. Add the raspberries and remaining yogurt and almond milk. 

  6. Blend until smooth.

  7. Add the raspberry smoothie to the bowl with the peach smoothie. Swirl around with a spoon if you want a pattern. 

  8. Wash the peach and raspberries. Chop the peaches. 

  9. Top the smoothie bowl with peaches, raspberries, and edible rose petals. 

Peach Raspberry Swirl Smoothie

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Peach Raspberry Swirl Smoothie

Peach Raspberry Swirl Smoothie

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