I love anything in peach. (Not the color but the fruit, I needed to clarify that!) This Skinny Peaches & Cream Milkshake is not exception. It’s so smooth and creamy….and skinny! It’s made with white peach, sorbet and frozen yogurt.
I already mentioned that I’m a sucker for fruit. I’m also a sucker for buying it in large quantities. You know when you walk into the store and they have something smacked right in front of you, you can’t help but check it out. Last time, it was a box of blueberries that I ended up making into Blueberry Lemon Pops and this time it was White California peach.
They saw me coming a mile away! The peaches looked so perfect and juicy that I had to get a box. I brought it home and started thinking of the ways to cook with it. The peaches were just so ripe and juicy, they needed to be eaten fast.
I asked my Facebook fans for suggestions and they threw some nice ideas at me. I will be sharing White Peach Sangria soon which was an idea from my fans! Yummo!
This milkshake just had to be made and shared immediately!
Skinny Peach & Cream Milkshake
- 1 large ripe white peach
- 2 scoops of low-fat vanilla frozen yogurt
- 1 scoop of peach sorbet
- 1/4 cup skim milk
- Take the skin off the peach and take out the peach pit.
- Combine all the ingredients in the blender and blend well.
- You may have to add a little bit more milk, depending on how juicy the peach was.
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Hi there! I loved finding this recipe, because I’m a huge fan of peach milkshakes, just not the calories associated with them. I recently wrote a round-up post of my favorite peach recipes for National Peach Month, and I referenced and sourced this post. I don’t want to go against your policy and post the link. But if you would like to review, I will gladly send it over. If you would like me to remove the reference/source, or credit in a different way, I would be happy to do so! This post needs to be shared for delicious reasons! Thank you! Have a nice day!
Hi there! I don’t mind at all if you want to share a photo and link back to this recipe! As long as the recipe is not re-posted, the feature is very flattering. I would be happy to see your post and pin it!
Great! Thank you! And nope, the recipe was not reposted, just a little blurb and a link. 🙂 Thank you! I appreciate you returning my inquiry. I hope you have a nice weekend! – Aubrey
sounds like a healthier, yummy treat!
Trish @ Uncommon says
You had me at peaches… no skinny… no peaches. It looks incredible! Thanks so much for sharing this week at Monday Funday! Have an amazing week!
Julie @ This Gal Cooks says
Yum yum! This looks delicious! You know, I am not really a fan of raw peaches. I like them in salsa but I don’t like eating them raw. But your milkshake looks so good! I’d definitely try it. Pinned and sharing on Facebook and Pinterest. Thanks for sharing at Marvelous Mondays, Lyuba!
Miz Helen says
Thanks so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Have a great weekend and hope to see you soon!