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June 11, 2024

Whole30 Peach Limeade

Stay deliciously hydrated with this refreshing Whole30 Peach Limeade by Jean Choi of What Great Grandma Ate.

Juicy, sweet peaches meet tangy lime deliciousness in this refreshing, frozen summer drink, topped with fresh mint and powered by Whole30 compatible LMNT Raw Unflavored electrolytes!

Speaking of electrolytes, we all know that staying hydrated is important, especially during hot summer days or sweaty workouts. But chugging plain water might not be enough, especially if you’re eating a whole foods-based diet. Optimal hydration doesn’t just mean more fluids; it means getting the right electrolyte balance; enter our hydration secret weapon, LMNT.

These portable drink mix packets help replenish essential minerals that help keep you feeling your best, whether working out, traveling, or simply lounging by the pool. Add an Unflavored stick pack to support your hydration on your Whole30 or any of their eight fun flavors like Grapefruit, Raspberry, Citrus, and more that are perfect for your food freedom summer. You can try all of them when you snag your free sample pack with any purchase with this link!

For more deliciously refreshing ways to use LMNT Raw Electrolytes, check out our Berries & Mint and Watermelon Refreshers!

Whole30 Peach Limeade

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Whole30 Peach Limeade

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes


  • 1 ripe peach sliced or cut into chunks
  • 2 limes juiced
  • 1 packet LMNT Raw Unflavored electrolyte drink mix
  • 1/2 cup water
  • ice

Optional garnish

  • mint leaves, peach slices, and/or lime slice


  • PLACE peach slices, lime juice, LMNT, and water in a blender and blend until smooth.
  • USE a fine mesh strainer to strain the mixture.
  • OPTIONAL: Muddle 2-3 mint leaves with a lime slice in the bottom of a glass.
  • ADD ice, then pour the peach limeade mixture on top.
  • GARNISH with peach slices, lime slices, and/or mint leaves if you want.
  • STIR and enjoy!
Jean Choi wearing a white shirt that reads "Stop Asian Hate" in red lettering, in a kitchen smiling at the camera.

Jean Choi

Jean Choi is the full-time recipe developer, cookbook author, and food photographer behind What Great Grandma Ate. She lives in Southern California with her husband, two daughters, and two dogs. As a busy mom, preparing nutritious meals that are quick and easy is a must for her, and you'll find many recipes reflecting that on her blog. She's also a Korean American immigrant, which means many of her dishes are heavily influenced by Asian cooking. She believes that healthy eating should be approachable AND flavorful, and she has a cookbook available for purchase called Korean Paleo!