Add half of the chilled milk (dairy/non dairy) to the blender.
Then add the chopped peaches. Add half the protein powder. Blend until smooth and creamy. Pour into a serving glass and keep aside.
Add the remaining milk, fresh/frozen raspberries, the remaining protein powder and chopped banana. Blend everything together. Pour this into the same serving glass as before.
Here are some tips on how to choose and store peaches:
Look for peaches that are fragrant and bright colored
Gently squeeze them - if there's some give then the peach is ripe and ready to use. If the fruit is firm, it is not fully ripe.
Choose peaches based on when you plan on using them.
Store them at room temperature when you get home
If they get ripe and you still don't plan on using them just yet, you can store them in your refrigerator for a couple of days.
Peaches bruise easily, so be careful and don't store them on top of one another.
Pitting a peach can be troublesome sometimes. Usually, just cutting the peach into two halves around the pit, will allow the pit to fall out. If however, this does not happen, use a knife or spoon to scoop out the pit.
Here are some tips on how to choose and store raspberries:
When choosing Raspberries, look for ones that are plump and firm.
Don't store these fruits for too long, the fresher they are when you eat them, the better they taste.
Raspberries will bruise easily, so don't place them under running water. Instead, dip them in a bowl of water to clean them.
Important Tips - I divided the process into 2 steps because I wanted a color gradient in my smoothie. However, you can just add all the ingredients to the blender in one shot and blend You can use dairy/non-dairy milk based on your preference. This does not affect the taste of the smoothie in any way. - I have made this smoothie with both peeled and un-peeled peaches. Again, you are free to choose. I prefer un-peeled because this preserves the nutritional value of the peach. - I use fresh raspberries, but in the event you can't find them fresh, you will usually find frozen Raspberries in the frozen foods aisle. - I use bananas (frozen or fresh) to make my smoothies thick and creamy. - Both peaches and bananas are naturally sweet - so there is no need to add any more sugar to this smoothie. - I use the Hamilton Beach 53603 SoundShield Blender to make my smoothies.