This rich, creamy, sweet, and indulging peach lassi is loaded with fresh succulent peach and refreshing minty flavors. It is a super healthy and energizing blend of peach and yogurt that tastes like an exquisite delicious tropical drink. Drink anytime!
Peach Lassi = A lusciously sweet, cooling, and rejuvenating drink for hot summer days. No cook, simple, and easy to make. In just 5 minutes, it is ready to gulp down.
Refreshing and delicious Peach lassi is probably one of the most enchanting ways to drink up your favorite summer fruit - peach.
Fleshy & tender peaches, yogurt, milk (or water), some flavoring of cardamom, and mint create this dreamy creamy cooling summer drink — Peach Lassi.
This page has all the tips, tricks, and variations to make your own customized Peach Lassi.
What is Lassi?
If you are not familiar with lassi then let me tell you what it is. Lassi is an Indian yogurt-based revitalizing drink. You may call it a yogurt smoothie. It is an absolutely toothsome cooling yogurt drink, which is popular throughout the Indian subcontinent. Lassis are a treat on the hottest of the days.
Lassis also makes a good ice cream, such as this Cherry Lassi Ice Cream. Have you tried any?
Other popular and delicious flavored lassis are:
What is Peach Lassi?
Peach lassi (aadu lassi) is a fruity version of sweet plain lassi where ripe peaches are added to the lassi. Due to its wonderful taste and amazing flavor combination, it would surely become your next favorite.
This delectable mint-flavored peach lassi is as invigorating as the morning rays of bright sunlight. Freshly blended peaches with yogurt make it an ideal drink to guzzle up when the sun gets hotter.
This Peach Lassi:
✓ is delicious, sweet, and revitalizing.
✓ is ready in 5 minutes.
✓ keeps you satisfied for a few hours.
✓ can be served as an after-meal drink, snack, or breakfast.
✓ is easy to make and carry.
✓ is a good source of protein and vitamins.
✓ is a beautiful combination of warm spice and refreshing herb.
✓ is the best way to consume those soft and juicy peaches in season.
✓ is sweetened with a natural sweetener.
✓ makes a great welcoming after school or after work snack.
✓ is pure bliss on a hot steaming day.
Like I always say that I love eating peaches as they are. Just can’t stop loving this summer fruit. :) Apart from eating them per se, I also love to add them to my recipes.
Below are some gems you can create with the peach:
Why would you like peach lassi?
This peach lassi has everything to make you fall in love with.
You would love peach lassi:
If you like yogurt or yogurt-based drinks.
If you love peaches.
If you like devouring any type of lassi.
If you like sweet and rich drinks.
If you said yes to any (or all) of the above, then this refreshing, bracing, and fragrant peach lassi has your name written all over it.
Can I make Peach Lassi with Greek Yogurt?
Yes, you can use Greek yogurt that is not too thick. Plain sweet lassi made with natural yogurt (plain dahi) is relatively thin (a bit like watery) and light. But the flavored ones are a bit thick, so I generally use any thick and creamy yogurt to my flavored lassi recipes.
Here, I used 2% Greek yogurt. You can use any type of natural yogurt. Just don’t use too thick yogurt, such as 10% Turkish or Greek yogurt here.
How to make Peach Lassi?
Making this peach lassi at home is super simple and easy. Just take out your blender, and whizz everything up.
This is how to do it in 3 simple steps:
Step 1: Add peaches to a blender and blend.
Step 2: Add all the other ingredients in a blender until smooth.
Step 3: Pour into glasses and serve chilled.
Check out the fully written recipe in the recipe box on this page.
What are the ingredients used in Peach Lassi?
This flavored peach lassi is prepared with 7 simple ingredients.
These ingredients are:
Milk or water
Fresh mint leaves
Can I use non-dairy milk for making this Peach Lassi?
Yes, you can swap regular dairy milk with non-dairy milk like coconut milk, almond, or cashew milk.
What is the best sweetener for Peach Lassi?
Lassis are generally sweetened with sugar. But you can use any other sweetener you like.
Below are some options:
Raw cane sugar
How to serve Peach Lassi?
Peach lassi can be served as a refreshing drink for any time of the day. Relish it anytime you feel like enjoying a nice refreshing drink. You can serve it as an after-meal drink to balance the spicy flavors in Indian food. Or have it as an energizing breakfast smoothie. Or serve as an afternoon snack.
No matter how you are planning to serve this lassi, this would leave you in awe.
Wonderful tips, tricks, and variations to make your most delicious Peach Lassi:
Adding sweetener is completely optional here. If adding it, then you can choose any type of sweetener in this peach lassi recipe.
If the peaches you are adding in the lassi are too ripe and too sweet, then you probably don’t need any sweetener in this lassi.
I added mint leaves for a refreshing minty flavor. If you don’t like to use mint leaves, then feel free to skip it.
To make sweet and salty lassi, add a pinch of regular to kosher salt to this lassi.
If you have little ones at home who don’t like even a tiny piece of skin in their lassi, so remove peach skin for this recipe. But you can also make lassi without removing the skin. That would also taste good.
The addition of ice cubes gives this lassi a thick, creamy, and desired texture. However, you can certainly skip the ice part, if you don’t want to use them.
You can also add additional fruit to this peach lassi.
Lassis are generally made with a combination of yogurt and chilled water. To make it richer in taste, I prefer adding milk. Feel free to go with the same amount of water.
Juicier and riper peaches make the most delicious peach lassi. So always use juicy and ripe peaches for this peach lassi recipe.
Add mangoes to make mango peach lassi. Or you can also add bananas to make banana peach lassi.
I hope you will like this recipe.
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