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Peach Milkshake Recipe

What can be more pleasant than a glass of milkshake on a blazing summer day? Absolutely nothing! Imagine reaching home after a busy day, and a glass of peach milkshake is waiting for you. That is delightful! Today, we are here with a peach milkshake recipe to provide you with an extremely refreshing drink that can cool you down perfectly. Besides, this drink can give many nutrition to your body thanks to peach benefits. According to https://www.health.com/, “Peaches are good for digestion. They can boost your immune system, perk up your skin, and lower cancer risk.”

This peach shake recipe is straightforward and fast to make. Thus, you can count on it even as a welcome drink for your guests during the summer or the whole year. Just like most milkshakes, our peach milkshake is a combination of frozen and fresh peaches with vanilla ice cream and cold whole milk. Sounds wonderful. Doesn’t it? So do not hesitate to read this blog till the end and make a glass of this energizer fresh peach milkshake. Let’s go.

peach shake recipe

peach milkshake ingredients

IngredientQuantity
Frozen peaches2 ½ cups, cut up
Fresh peach3, peeled and pitted
Frozen vanilla ice cream2 ½ cups
Cold whole milk2 ½ cups
Whipped creamsome for topping
Sugarsome to taste

how to make a fresh peach milkshake

As mentioned before, preparing this drink is really simple, and you can make it in less than 10 minutes. To make this refreshing summer drink:

  1. Add vanilla ice cream, frozen peaches, milk, and some sugar to the blender.
  2. Mix them thoroughly until getting a thick, uniform mixture.
  3. Dice two fresh peaches, add them to the mixture, and stir (not blend). So that you can feel diced peaches while eating.
  4. Pour your milkshake into tall glasses with additional peach slices and a generous amount of whipped cream on top. That’s it! Our homemade peach milkshake is ready.

Notes

  • To have a perfect thick peach milkshake, do not forget to use completely frozen ice cream. Meted or soft ice cream does not give you as thick milkshake as you desire.
  • The mentioned amounts of ingredients give you two medium glasses of shake or an extra-large one. You can change the quantities based on how much shake you want to get.
  • If you do not have access to fresh or frozen peach, feel free to use canned peaches in your milkshake.
peach milkshake recipe

I do recommend you to try this wonderful recipe. After the first try, you will undoubtedly fall in love with that.

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If so, tell us in the comments to provide you with more milkshake recipes. We are also ready to bring you many other drink recipes such as smoothies, syrups, etc. 

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Peach Milkshake Recipe

Recipe by Sara ShademaniCourse: DrinksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Servings

2

glasses
Prep time

10

minutes
Calories

500

kcal

Peach milkshake is a refreshing drink that can cool you down in hot summer days. Follow this recipe to make a glass of milkshake for yourself.

Ingredients

  • Add vanilla ice cream, frozen peaches, milk, and some sugar to the blender.

  • Mix them thoroughly until getting a thick, uniform mixture.

  • Dice two fresh peaches, add them to the mixture, and stir (not blend). So that you can feel diced peaches while eating.

  • Pour your milkshake into tall glasses with additional peach slices and a generous amount of whipped cream on top. That’s it! Our homemade peach milkshake is ready.

Directions

  • 2 ½ cups frozen peaches cut up
  • 3 fresh peach, peeled and pitted
  • 2 ½ cups frozen vanilla ice cream
  • 2 ½ cups cold whole milk
  • whipped cream for topping
  • some sugar

Notes

  • To have a perfect thick peach milkshake, do not forget to use completely frozen ice cream. Meted or soft ice cream does not give you as thick milkshake as you desire.
  • The mentioned amounts of ingredients give you two medium glasses of shake or an extra-large one. You can change the quantities based on how much shake you want to get.
  • If you do not have access to fresh or frozen peach, feel free to use canned peaches in your milkshake.

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