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Wild Blueberry, Peach, and Zucchini Smoothie

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This blueberry, peach, and zucchini smoothie features some of the best of summer produce in a glass. Light, refreshing, and full of antioxidants and omega-3’s, it’s the perfect afternoon snack on a hot summer’s day or complement to your yogurt bowl or toast at breakfast.

Smoothies have become a daily ritual in our house this summer. My 20-month old asks for a “moo moo” all day every day. I’m still not sure if he’s more excited about pushing the buttons on the blender, seeing the blender blend, or drinking the smoothie. But whatever it is, I’m not complaining because it’s a fun activity for us to do together and keeps him occupied for a good 10 minutes (if you’re a toddler mom, you know that’s a win).

Smoothie with a purpose

overhead shot of blueberry peach smoothie with zucchini slices and peach slices

Smoothies also are an easy way to boost fruit and vegetable intake. It’s not about hiding the vegetables, but more about adding different nutrients to the glass. You can easily check off 2-3 servings of produce in one smoothie, which makes it that much easier to make it to the recommended 5-9 servings of fruit and vegetables per day.

I like smoothies better than juice because they retain the fiber from the fruits and vegetables (an important nutrient to keep you full) and you can add in protein and healthy fats to keep you satisfied for longer. Some smoothies, like my banana bread and chickpea smoothie can even act as a full meal.

2 blueberry peach smoothies on round trivet with hemp seeds in spoon, and zuchhini and peach slices

Zucchini in a smoothie?

If you haven’t tried this yet, you’re missing out. Zucchinis not only add antioxidants, fiber, and vitamins, but they also make the smoothie incredibly creamy with almost no flavor since they have a pretty neutral taste. I much prefer a thick and creamy smoothie to one that’s icy and watery.

What you need:

smoothie in stemless wine glass with gold straw on black antique trivet

Frozen wild blueberries: Wild blueberries offer twice the antioxidant punch of regular blueberries (which gives the smoothie that gorgeous bright purple color) and they are slightly sweeter. But you can sub regular blueberries here. I recommend using frozen blueberries and then you don’t have to add ice, which can water it down.

Fresh or frozen peach: I use fresh peaches in the summer, but in the other months you can use frozen. You’ll need to add a little more liquid if you use frozen or defrost them first.

Zucchini: you can also sub other summer squash here.

Milk: any plant or dairy milk works, but know some milks like coconut milk or cow’s milk will impart a slightly different flavor. Make sure to choose unsweetened to avoid added sugars.

Hemp seeds: for protein and omega-3’s I add hemp seeds. You could also use ground flax of chia if you don’t have hemp.

two smoothies in stemless wine glass with gold straws and slices of peach and zucchini

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Yield: 2 smoothies

Wild Blueberry Peach and Zucchini Smoothie

Wild Blueberry Peach and Zucchini Smoothie

This wild blueberry, peach and zucchini smoothie is like summer in a glass. Enjoy as a snack or a light breakfast on a hot day!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1 cup frozen wild blueberries
  • 1 medium peach (fresh), sliced or 1/2 cup frozen peach
  • 1 cup (8oz) milk of choice (I use unsweetened almond)
  • 1/2 cup chopped zucchini
  • 2 Tbsp hemp seeds such as Manitoba Harvest hemp hearts


  1. Add all ingredients to a high-speed blender until smooth. Serve immediately. Makes 2 servings.


1. You can use regular frozen blueberries if you don't have wild.

2. Leftovers make great popsicles, especially for kids. Add them to a popsicle mold and freeze overnight.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving:Calories: 203Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 11gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 5mgCarbohydrates: 17gFiber: 5gProtein: 9g

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