Skinny Peach Greek Yogurt Smoothie

Healthy Wednesday #callmepmc

Do you know that 50% of females skip breakfast? There are many studies that show the benefits of eating a good breakfast. These studies also reveal that people who eat breakfast

  1. Are less likely to be overweight
  2. Maintain Better cholesterol levels
  3. Are overall healthier than non-eating breakfast counterparts!

When you’re rushed in the morning, how do you also make a healthy breakfast when you’re already crunched for time? That’s why I have a Skinny Peach Greek Yogurt Smoothie for you today!

I missed the last week in my series Healthy Wednesday series. Let me bring you up to date on my running stats for the month of September.

Miles run (as of 9-23): 76.24 (my goal is 100 per month)

Workouts: 19

Calories burned: 6809

Longest run: 8 miles (I’m off my training schedule for Half Marathon)

Also, the Healthy Wednesday girls are sharing our favorite fitness apps. I did an entire post about it a while back. If you missed it here it is again for you: Apps I use Daily!

Skinny Greek Yogurt Smoothie


Skinny Peach Smoothie #callmepmc

 I like a thick smoothie, so I don’t pulse it too much, just enough to combine.

Skinny Peach Greek Yogurt Smoothie


  • 8 oz Greek yogurt
  • 1/4 c peaches, fresh, frozen or canned in natural juice
  • 1/4 c milk, I used unsweetened almond milk
  • 1/2 tsp flax seed
  • 1/2 tsp chia seed
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla flavoring
  • 1 T agava nectar or 1 pack Nectresse
  • Optional - 1 scoop vanilla or cake batter flavor protein powder


  • Add all ingredients to a blender and process until your desired thickness. I like mine thick. Pour in a glass and drink up!


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  1. That peach smoothie looks wonderful! And I’m one of the women who eats breakfast every single day. I need 20 g. protein at each meal or I’m wiped out.

  2. Way to move those legs, Paula! I can’t even imagine an 8 mile WALK, let alone a RUN!

    Your smoothie looks SO refreshing. The fact that it’s healthy just makes me want to try it all the more :)

  3. I am only managing a measly 15 to 20 miles a month at the moment but even that is making a big difference.

    Love the idea of peach & spinach and you are so right about the importance of breakfast – really does set you up for the day.

    We are sharing smoothie recipes at Empty Your Archive this week and I would absolutely love for you to link up – Alice @ Mums Make Lists x

  4. I can’t wait to try this; I’m always looking for high protein smoothies ;)


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