Strawberry Peach Oat Smoothie (Banana Free)

In case you missed the memo, I have been pregnant for the last few months. Fortunately, I’ve had a backlog of finished recipes to share with you, so I’ve managed to post every other week for a while. Unfortunately, I had to deal with a lot of morning sickness in my first trimester, so I’ve had to put trying new recipes on hold until I’ve felt better.

During my first trimester, I had to avoid a lot of my favorite go-to breakfast recipes, like my chocolate peanut butter oat smoothie. Sweet meals often left a weird taste in my mouth on a good day and left me feeling queasy on a bad day. However, I did have one smoothie recipe that left me feeling full without triggering my gag reflex: strawberry peach oat smoothies.

strawberry peach oat smoothie (banana free)

I don’t have a clever name for this smoothie. I figured I would go with a straightforward description of the exact ingredients in this recipe: strawberries, peaches, and oats (though I also use milk as a base). Because I hate the taste of bananas, I avoided them completely when throwing this recipe together.

Even without the stereotypical banana, this strawberry oat smoothie is thick, creamy, and delicious. It still has a mild, sweet flavor without tasting too sugary, and thanks to the oats, it’s a great source of fiber. I simply pop everything into a blender, and soon I have a yummy meal with minimal cleanup.

strawberry peach oat smoothie (banana free)

Strawberry Peach Oat Smoothie (Banana Free)

A lightly sweet summer smoothie perfect for breakfast. No need for a banana to thicken or sweeten this smoothie.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Breakfast, Drinks, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 1 Glass
Calories 407 kcal


  • 45 Grams Quick Oats (1/2 Cup)
  • 245 Grams Milk (1 Cup)
  • 84 Grams Peaches (1/2 Cup)
  • 166 Grams Frozen Strawberries (1 Cup)


  • In a blender, pulse the quick oats until they become a fine powder.
  • Add the remaining ingredients and blend until smooth.


I like to flavor my strawberry peach oat smoothie with an extra tablespoon of extra light syrup from the bottled peaches I use. However, if that’s not sweet enough enough for you, feel free to add a tablespoon of Torani vanilla syrup, honey, sugar, or a sweetener of your choice. 
Keep in mind that if you don’t thoroughly blend the oats, your smoothie might have a grainy texture rather than a creamy, smooth one. If your blender struggles to process the oats, consider using a fine-ground oat flour instead.
Keyword Banana Free, Strawberry Peach Oat Smoothie

Did You Try It?

I love this strawberry peach oat smoothie, and it’s now a regular recipe in my rotation. My daughter frequently asks for this smoothie for breakfast or lunch, and I’m more than happy to indulge her because of its simple, yet healthy ingredients.

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