Blueberry Peach Breakfast Smoothie

Hi Everyone and Happy Saturday to you!!

We all love breakfast, we all eat breakfast, don’t we?  I think not!  I am even guilty of that and breakfast is my favorite meal of the day.  Why do I skip it?  Probably because I’m to busy, to lazy or feeling a tad guilty because I ate too much the night before.  Well not anymore!  You realize breakfast is the most important meal of the day and shouldn’t be skipped.  After all it’s your morning fuel to get your engine up and running.  Since September is National Breakfast month, I teamed up with Driscoll’s Berries and Sneaky Pete’s Oat Beverages to help jump-start your breakfast!!

Blueberry Peach Breakfast Smoothie

I wanted to create a breakfast that you can whip together in a matter of minutes, tasted good, filling, healthy and something that kids would love!!   After all kids need a good breakfast so they can focus on school and not their stomach!   That’s why I created my Blueberry Peach Smoothie!  This smoothie is creamy, thick, filling, loaded with peach flavor with a hint of tasty blueberries!   Plus it has 4 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein!   The fiber is one of the reasons why I like to use Sneaky Pete’s Oat Beverage in my smoothies.

Sneaky Pete's Oat Beverages

Have you ever seen Sneaky Pete’s Oat Beverages? It actually has oatmeal in it! But looking at it you wouldn’t know it! I guess that is why they call them Sneaky Pete’s!! Sneaky Pete’s Oat Beverages comes in 5 flavors, raspberry, mango, peach, apple, and grape. I haven’t tried the grape or raspberry but they will be next on my must try list!!  I already have a recipe in mind with the apple flavor.  The nutritional stats are pretty good too! Only 40 calories for 12oz serving, 3 grams of fiber, 5 grams of sugar and 0 fat!!!  Perfect on it’s own or in one of my smoothie recipes!  🙂

Sneaky Pete's Oat Beverages Nutritional Information

I made this smoothie as an afternoon snack and gave one to my Husband. He LOVED it! Which really surprised me because their is yogurt and oatmeal in it.  I have made smoothies in the past with yogurt and oatmeal and he turns his nose up to it!  So I am happy to make a good for you smoothie that he doesn’t even realize how good it really is!  he he  I got one over on him!!  Just don’t tell him!

Blueberry Peach Breakfast Smoothie

Blueberry Peach Breakfast Smoothie
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 4 cups
  • Serving size: 2 cups (2 servings)
    Prep time: 
    Total time: 
    A creamy, healthy breakfast drink that tastes like peaches with a hint of blueberries.
    • 12oz Sneaky Petes Oat Beverage in Peach
    • 1 cup Driscolls blueberries, frozen
    • ½ cup greek yogurt, plain, 0% fat
    • ¼ tsp. stevia, optional
    • 1 cup ice
    1. Place all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.
    Calories per 2 cups: 91, Fat: 0, Sodium: 29, Potassium: 132, Carbs: 23, Fiber: 4, Sugar: 10, Protein: 6

    Blueberry Peach Breakfast Smoothie

    I am so happy that Driscoll’s asked me to promote National Breakfast month!  After all breakfast really is my favorite meal of the day!  Give me a fat bowl of yogurt and berries and I am truly happy!!!  That’s my go to breakfast!  I have that combo everyday for snacks and I never get sick of it!   I swear I should put some stock in strawberries because I probably eat about a half a case a week.  I’m not kidding about that!  I’m writing this at 10pm at night and I’m wondering is it too late to have a big luscious bowl of juicy berries with a dollop of yogurt?   Hmmmmm….  Darn it, I am!

    Well my Friends, I am off, one more post to write before bed!  Friday nights are my crazy busy writing nights.  I like to write when everyone is in bed so I don’t have to many interruptions.  It’s hard to concentrate when my Husband has Guy Fieri on TV!!

    Have  a Great weekend!



    Sneaky Pete's and Driscolls Berries



    1. Only 40 calories for that whole thing?! I must try this.

    2. Cheri Powers says

      I’ve been using a smoothie recipe of yours that uses uncooked oatmeal, strawberries and blueberries for awhile now. Since peaches and nectarines have come into season, I’ve been substituting those for the strawberries. It is so so yummy! This product sounds like a good substitute especially if you’re short on time. Thanks for introducing it to us.

    3. I’m sorry to say that I am disappointed in this recipe. I’m sure it tastes great. However, unlike most of your previous recipes, this one has minimal protein. I think your recipes are better, for me at least, when you aren’t promoting products. 🙂

      • Hi Susan! I want to thank you for your opinion and I happy that you like most of my previous recipes. I promote products for a couple of reasons, one if I like them I want to share them with you, not everything I have tried makes it to my blog. The products I have tried are not always sponsored items, but products I find myself at the store that I like and I want to share. I do read the labels and I have my own specific guidelines to what I feel is healthy. Plus if it’s healthier than the norm and my Husband likes it, it’s a win, win for me because he doesn’t eat healthy at all!! No joke!! The man eats 1 lbs steaks and a pound of bacon at any given time, so where ever I can sneak something healthier in, I do!! I am sure a lot of people feel that way about other family members. I hope you understand and I do try to keep my promotional posts to a minimum. Thank you again for your feedback, I appreciate it. I am always looking for ways to improve my blog and make it better for my readers. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!!!

        • Hi Jennifer,
          Thank you for your response. I do understand what you’ve said, and I, too, have a husband to please whose tastes are somewhat different from mine. Fortunately, mine has a healthier outlook on food than yours does. I appreciate your sharing products you’ve found that you like, because I know you understand about the need to eat a healthy diet, and you understand about weight control. Despite my disappointment in a recipe that sounded like it might be good, I want you to know that your blog has become one of my favorites, because our tastes in food are pretty similar. I’m looking forward to whatever else you might post, and unless something seems really terrible (which I doubt will happen), I’ll keep my opinions quiet. I really appreciate knowing where you are coming from.

    4. Wow, new to me product and it sounds awesome! It’s so hot here right now and water, well, I drink a ton, but for 40 little calories, I’d gladly chug a bottle of this!

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