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This Copycat Chick-fil-A Peach Milkshake recipe makes the best peach milkshakes ever! Made with fresh and frozen peaches, these summer treats are delicious!

copycat chick-fil-a peach milkshake with whipped cream

This homemade peach milkshake is so easy to make, and it’s probably my favorite milkshake recipe. This post was originally published in 2015, but since it’s peach season, I’m sharing it once again!

I know I already told you about our little Flagstaff vacation. Well, before we left Flagstaff, we stopped at a Chick-fil-A drive-thru for a quick lunch to go.

So right as the Hubs was ordering, I spied a large picture of a peach milkshake from their menu, so of course, I just had to have one. And oh, my goodness, was it ever good!

So when we got home, guess what I made? That’s right. I whipped up this Copycat Chick-fil-A Peach Milkshake just so that I could experience the joy all over again!

peach milkshake in a tall glass with fresh peaches

I’ve told you before what a huge peach lover I am. Seriously, I love just about any peach recipe, especially peach dessert recipes!

But the funny part is that we don’t have a Chick-fil-A near us, so I had no idea that this peachy confection even existed until just recently. Actually, this is probably a good thing since I would probably be buying milkshakes like crazy, and I definitely don’t need to be doing that!

I’m also not usually big on copycat recipes either. I mean, I may try to make something similar if I happen to find a recipe I really like, but I’ve never gone out of my way to mimic the exact taste of something or call it a copycat recipe.

Until now.

See, this particular shake was super thick, like I prefer shakes to be, but instead of being smooth, it also had little bits of peaches in it. So you got the incredible taste of a juicy peach with every sip. And that’s, what I wanted to re-create!

How to make a peach milkshake


copycat chick-fil-a peach milkshake topped with whipped cream and a peach

I found that using a combination of frozen peaches and fresh peaches helped give me both the taste and the consistency I was after. I also used whole milk, just to keep the milkshake nice and creamy.

Because if there’s one thing that bugs me, it’s a thin, watery, runny milkshake. Really.

So, this definitely isn’t diet food, but it’s not like I drank the whole thing, as tempting as that may have been. In fact, all seven of us shared the peach shake when we were on vacation. Honestly!

copycat version of Chick-fil-A's peach milkshake

But that’s the fun part of being on vacation or even just enjoying summer vacation –it’s perfectly fine to splurge every now and then. And since it’s almost time for the kids to head back to school, I’m glad that we had the chance to indulge.

Recipe for Copycat Chick-fil-A Peach Milkshake

5 from 7 votes

Copycat Chick-fil-A Peach Milkshake

By: Dee
This copycat Chick-fil-A peach milkshake recipe makes the best peach milkshakes ever. Made with fresh and frozen peaches, these summer treats are delicious!
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2


  • 2 ½ cups frozen peaches cut up
  • 1 fresh peach peeled, pitted and sliced
  • 2 ½ cups vanilla ice cream
  • 2 ½ cups whole milk
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  • Add the frozen peaches, the fresh peach, the ice cream and milk to a blender, and pulse until just blended.
  • Pour into tall glasses, and top with whipped cream and additional peach slices, if desired.
  • Enjoy!


Calories: 500kcal

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Additional Info

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
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Oh, so how did this copycat Chick-fil-A peach milkshake do? Well, my taste testers and I absolutely loved it, and we’re giving it a thumbs-up.

But I think we may be going back to our usual smoothies during the school year!

What’s your favorite milkshake flavor?

Here are a few more easy peach desserts you might like

easy peach cake
peach crisp with ice cream

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  1. Judy says:

    Just recently I found out Chick-fil-A had Peach Shakes. Where have I been.??.Lol. * I ❤️ love 📌 Pinterest and this sounds amazing. Glad I can use frozen peaches too. Thanks for sharing it this recipe. I’m going to add Whipped Cream on top and a few shakes of nutmeg. **

  2. Rebecca says:

    There is no Chick-fil-a near me, so this recipe is a life saver! It’s thick and delicious just like the original, but saves me the long drive and money. I love it so much!5 stars

  3. Naomi says:

    Hello! I saw this recipe and I was intrigued. I had this wonderful peach ice cream milkshake at a hotel once and I’ve been craving it ever since. (Fortunately there is no Chik-Fil-A near me, haha). I happen to have some peaches, but they aren’t quite ripe yet. I can wait a few days of course, but I’d really love to make it sooner. My question is: have you made it with unripe peaches, and if so, has there been a noticeable taste difference? Is it worth it to wait? Thanks!

    1. Dee says:

      I really recommend waiting until the peaches are ripe for best flavor. You can ripen them faster by putting them in a paper bag. Hope this helps!

  4. Brenda says:

    I loved this and it tasted just like it came from Chik-fil-A. Do you think I could use Tillamook Peach ice cream instead of vanilla?5 stars

    1. Dee says:

      I think peach ice cream would make a peach milkshake even better!

  5. Teresa says:

    Wonder how it would taste if you used Mayfield’s peach ice cream instead of vanilla ice cream?

    1. Dee says:

      Probably even peachier! Let me know how you liked it!

  6. Megan says:

    Sooo good and easy to make!

  7. Kerri says:

    I’m lactose intolerant, any ideas on how to make this without dairy?

    1. Dee says:

      I can’t say for sure if it would work, since I’ve only used dairy, but you could try using lactose-free or plant-based products.

    2. Si says:

      Almond milk

  8. Dana says:

    This milkshake is absolutely fantastic! So easy to make, and it tastes just like the one from Chick-Fil-A!5 stars

    1. Dee says:

      Awesome, Dana! So glad you like it. Thanks!

  9. Cristy says:

    I’ve been trying to recreate the peach milkshake from CFA for years! There’s something in there I can’t quite get right? I want to say cinnamon or nutmeg. But it’s so faint I’m not sure! I wish I could get an inside peek at the ingredient list! But your shake with fresh and frozen peaches is a great tip!

    1. Dee says:

      Thanks, Cristy. Next time I have one of their shakes, I’m going to see if I can detect any cinnamon or nutmeg flavors. That sounds really good!

  10. Marsha Baker says:

    OOOOOOHHHH – yes please! Looks marvelous…my mouth is watering just taking in your gorgeous photos.