Peach Kale Smoothie Recipe - Dr. Axe

Peachy Super Kale Shake Recipe

Peach kale smoothie recipe - Dr. Axe

Kale is one of the most amazing superfoods! It’s packed full of vitamin K, vitamin A, calcium, magnesium and so many others! Try this peach kale smoothie recipe and easily get these nutrients into your diet today!

Total Time

2 minutes



Meal Type



  • 1 cup baby kale leaves
  • ½ cup frozen pineapple
  • ½ cup frozen strawberries
  • ½ cup fresh diced peaches
  • 1 cup canned coconut milk or water


  1. In a high speed blender, add kale, pineapple, strawberries, peaches and coconut milk.
  2. Puree on high.
  3. Serve and enjoy immediately.

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  1. Donna Schatz on

    Good Morning Dr Axe

    I am a faithful follower of all of your health knowledge/research and I can’t thank you enough for sharing.

    My interest is concerning cooked vs raw kale for maximum nutrition in smoothies. To steam or not to steam that is the question for my morning smoothie to assist with arthritis in my hands (trigger finger in my thumbs) started Nov. 2019, 56 yrs of age.

    I am currently adding to my smoothie homemade kefir with supplements of collagen, matcha, spiralina, various fresh fruits including pineapple w/core.

    Additional supplements are
    Calcium, K2, D3, Magnesium, and MSM/Glucosamine/Chondroitin.

    Any assistance or direction would be greatly appreciated.

    Kind regards Donna

  2. Kay on

    Wondering if Noosa Coconut Yogurt is o.k for the Cilantro, Ginger Smoothy??? It has around 3 grams of sugar in it??? It taste good but I want to make sure the sugar content in it is ok…I found the Noosa Yogurt at Walmart

  3. Nikki on

    Such a wonderful smoothie recipe for the summer! I add my all-in-one-collagen powder to this to drink in the mornings. So refreshing and starts your day off right!

  4. sudan on

    Friend of mine had there gall bladder remove and has had so much pain in the abdominal area bloating. …what’s a for think it’s leaky gut…

  5. Paula Shick on

    Hi Dr Axe,
    I over wintered some kale here in Pa and just enjoyed a delicious fresh spinach kale salad with smoked salmon and capers. Tomorrow I will try your peachy smoothy for breakfast. I am a lymie looking for healthy foods to add to my diet. I didnt even think I liked kale. Thanks for the recipe!

  6. Kelly S. on

    A friend told me today that raw kale can be harmful for people with thyroid issues. I read on one site that that is a myth. What do you think?

    • Dr. Josh Axe on

      I commonly hear this question. My advice if you have a thyroid issue is to consume cruciferous vegetables that have been cooked and keep them to about 1-2 servings daily. If you want to read more, I wrote an article on this question here:

  7. Kathyann on

    Dr.axe I truly love your shakes and smoothies. Can someone type 2 diabetes. Use raw honey or what’s a substitute thanks.

  8. Fred C on

    While not quite as sweet as dates, I love organic prunes and will often substitute prunes for dates in recipes and they’re still pretty sweet. Prunes are rich in antioxidants, phytonutrients, vitamin K, potassium, manganese, vitamin A and a host of other nutrients. I know they get a bad rap as “old people’s laxative”, but I think they’re really great tasting and a very healthy choice.

  9. Heather on

    Love Dr. Axe’s HEALTHY, easy recipes! Curious about using canned unsweetened peaches as they’re not in season. Our family only eats fresh pineapple so I’ll just pop some of that in the freezer! Love how you created a winning shake with Kale and the benefits & natural sweeteners such as peaches, pineapple, strawberries, and MEDJOOL DATES!! Namaste :-)


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