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What goes together like peaches and cream? A creamy, peachy, smoothie bowl, perfect for summer! This Peaches and Cream Smoothie Bowl is a fantastic meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and is so fun and easy to customize. When it comes to vegan yogurt, it doesn’t get much creamier than Siggi’s plant-based yogurt blends. The simple ingredients with a subtle flavor similar to traditional dairy yogurt, with visible real fruit pieces blends perfectly with fruit from your kitchen to create the most beautiful bowl to enjoy anytime of day.
This Peaches and Cream Smoothie Bowl is a fun alternative to morning smoothies. You can blend together some ingredients and leave the others on top. And on top of that, Siggi’s plant-based cups have 3x more protein than leading yogurt alternatives so you get a healthy dose of protein in addition to the delicious and nutritious benefits of fresh (and frozen) fruit. #dailysiggis #sponsored
More Smoothie Recipes to Try:
- PB & J Smoothie
- Heart-Beet Smoothie Bowl
- Citrus Mango Smoothie
- Kale Pineapple Smoothie
- Cherry Banana Smoothie
Photos by Alfonso Revilla
Peaches and Cream Smoothie Bowl
- 1 5.3-ounce) cup of Siggi’s plant-based peach blend yogurt
- 1 ripe banana, peeled
- 1 cup of frozen peaches
- favorite toppings
- In a high-speed blender, combine the Siggi’s plant-based peach blend yogurt, ripe banana, and frozen peaches, and blend until smooth.
- Top with your favorites such as shaved coconut, chia seeds, fresh berries and mangoes, and serve immediately.
- chia seeds
- hemp hearts
- shredded coconut
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