white peach raspberry smoothie {dairy free} + a giveaway!

white peach raspberry smoothie {dairy free} | The Clever Carrot

The lovely people from Pacific Foods sent me a variety of organic, dairy free beverages to sample. Among them was a vanilla flavored almond milk that I’ve never tried before. Surprisingly, I liked it!


I have to be honest with you- I’ve always been a little skeptical about almond milk. The first time I had it, it was straight from the carton, warm. I know. Obviously, I had no clue what I was doing and never tried it again (total misjudgement on my part). But when a vanilla version showed up on my doorstep, I gave it another chance. I envisioned an icy cold smoothie with hints of peach and raspberry. Would it be any good? This time I would bring in my pint-sized 4 year old for a second opinion. He keeps it real.

white peach raspberry smoothie {dairy free} | The Clever Carrot

We blended up some white peach smoothies with raspberry and banana. The pretty pink liquid was poured into glasses and gulped down with gusto. Right then and there I had my ‘aha’ moment… it was delicious! Dillon approved too. The almond milk was subtle and nutty with a hint of sweetness.

white peach raspberry smoothie {dairy free} | The Clever Carrot

And guess what? I have some to give away!

Pacific sent me this cute little 4-pack of organic vanilla almond milk. They look just like juice boxes, straws and everything. They would be perfect for school lunches or to take to work. Use them to make this recipe or simply enjoy straight from the carton, chilled of course ;)


  • Depending on how ripe your peaches are, you can adjust the sweetness with maple syrup (that’s what I use), honey or agave.
  • Use any left over almond milk in cereal, granola, and in baked goods.

*Giveaway now closed 9/9/13* To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment below. The winner will be selected at random. PS- I have no affiliation with Pacific Foods and all opinions are my own. I like to share what I love!

white peach raspberry smoothie {dairy free}
Serves: 2
  • 2 c. chopped white peaches
  • ½ c. chopped banana
  • ¼ c. raspberries
  • ½ c. vanilla almond milk (sweetened)*
  • maple syrup, honey or agave to taste (optional)
  • 3-4 ice cubes
* If using un-sweetened almond milk, use any of the above sweeteners to your liking.
  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth. Adjust with sweetener if necessary.

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  1. says

    Emilie! This drink makes me healthy just looking at it!! How delicious, and me thinks it’s a deeeeesert that’ s faking out!! lol!! Love it!

  2. Maia weitzmann says

    I LOVE Almond milk!!’
    And i use the unsweetened one in my healthy shakes …. The vanilla defiantly sounds delicious … Wonder if you could make an ice cream out of it with your vitamix ( I want one!!!) Lol.

  3. Jan B. says

    I’ve never had almond milk. But peaches, raspberries and banana sounds like a winner recipe… Ingredients are on my shopping list…

  4. chrissi says

    thank you so much for the share..i am always looking for new smoothies..i have celiac diesese so it helps maintan my vitamen levals and the almond milk is just amazing in smoothies..

  5. says

    This looks incredible!

    I’d love to have you share this or any of your amazing posts at our weekly Super Saturday Link Party. It starts Friday’s at 6pm, hope we see you there!


  6. Susan says

    Mmm! Looks so good, I can’t wait to try it out! I recently bought a new personal blender and have been looking for new recipes to experiment with. Vanilla almond milk is definitely one of my favorite additions to smoothies! This would probably taste nice and light with coconut water also. Thanks for sharing!

  7. Sarah L says

    Vanilla almond milk is one of my favorite milk-like beverages and I love to put it in smoothies. Thanks for the delicious smoothie recipe!

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