Here is a twist on Peach Cobbler in the form of a protein-packed peach smoothie. It is made with sugar-free protein powder, oats and cinnamon. Check out some of these nutritional stats: It has only 185 calories per serving, 21 grams of protein and only 4 grams of sugar! It’s a great breakfast, mini-meal or snack.

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Why We Love This Recipe For Peach Cobbler Smoothie

Every month I have been making up new smoothies! We started with the Vanilla Green Protein Smoothie. Then we moved on to the Strawberry Peanut Butter Smoothies and this Blueberry Banana Smoothie with fresh berries. Now that we are into the heart of summer, I decided to highlight peaches! I made my Peach Recovery Smoothie and now this Peach Cobbler Smoothie with Oats too!

I thought of the idea to use oats in this peach smoothie because I been seeing a lot of smoothies online with oats, and clients at my gym were asking if any of our smoothies had oats in them, so I figured this was a great opportunity to experiment with them.

I decided to make this smoothie with the flavors of Peach Cobbler. The creamy vanilla and peach with a subtle oat flavor is great on its own, but it’s really that pinch of cinnamon that really makes it taste like peach cobbler.

I added in sugar-free vanilla whey protein powder but you can use the one that you like best.

This peach cobbler shake has about 21 grams of protein per serving, and 4 grams of fiber. So you should feel pretty full and satisfied when you drink one.

Key Ingredients to Make This Recipe


Although fresh peaches are the tastiest, you’ll definitely want to use frozen peaches for this recipe since it is a smoothie. But you know what that means? Easy prep.

However, if you happen to have fresh peaches at home or would prefer fresh peaches, you can freeze your own (although, this will require some planning ahead). Slice up your peaches, lay them out in a single layer on a parchment-lined plate, and freeze for about an hour until frozen solid. Combine them in a sealable plastic bag and continue to freeze until later use, or use immediately for this smoothie.

Vanilla protein powder

Use whichever protein powder you prefer, but stick with the vanilla flavor. For healthier options, try to find a protein powder with as few ingredients as possible, and little to no added sugar. You should be able to find protein powders at local grocery markets, or in health stores near you. Use one serving of the protein powder that you are using according to the label.


What would a cobbler themed smoothie be without some oats. Oats, if you haven’t tried it before, is a great way to add fiber and creaminess to your smoothies. Use quick cooking rolled oats, as they are finer in texture and won’t leave your smoothie tasting grainy. You can use gluten-free oats if desired.

Additional Ingredients

  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • A generous pinch of cinnamon
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Instructions to Make This Peach Smoothie with Oats

In a blender, puree the almond milk, protein powder, peaches, oats and cinnamon until smooth, 45 seconds to 1 minute. Pour it into cups and serve immediately.

FAQs and Expert Tips

What other milk can be used instead of almond?

If you don’t have almond milk on hand, you can use oat milk, hemp milk, cashew milk, or even coconut milk (although this one has more flavor). Really, you can use whichever milk you prefer, and can even use dairy if you’d like. I like almond milk because it’s low in calorie while adding creaminess to the smoothie.

Can I make my smoothie ahead of time?

You can, although it won’t be as cold. A homemade smoothie will stay good for about 2-3 days in the fridge, but I recommend making it fresh on the spot so it’s nice and frozen! Since the recipe includes oats, and oats are somewhat of a thickener, you might risk the smoothie taking on a thick consistency if it sits.

How to prep this smoothie ahead of time:

If you want to make the smoothie fresh right before serving but also want to to prep, combine all the dry ingredients (including the peaches) in a ziplock bag and freeze until ready to make. Then just pour in the dry ingredients and the almond milk and you’re good to go.

Additional Smoothie Recipes and More Ideas To Try

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Peach Cobbler Smoothie

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  • Author: Katie Webster
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 serving 1x


A healthy high-protein smoothie inspired by Peach Cobbler, with oats and cinnamon.


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  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • 1/2 or 1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder *see note
  • 2/3 cup frozen peaches
  • 2 tablespoons quick cooking rolled oats {gluten-free if desired}
  • Generous pinch cinnamon


  1. Puree almond milk, protein powder, peaches, oats and cinnamon until smooth, 45 seconds to 1 minute.


Note* Use one serving of the protein powder that you are using according to the label.

  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Category: Smoothie
  • Method: blender
  • Cuisine: American


  • Serving Size: 2 cups
  • Calories: 185
  • Fat: 3
  • Fiber: 4
  • Protein: 21