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Peach Sherbet – a creamy, delicious, velvety smooth fresh peach dessert – made with only two ingredients right in your blender!
Tips for picking the best peaches:
- Select peaches that are firm with no shriveled skin;
- The peaches should be very fragrant;
- The fruit should be slightly soft when gently squeezed;
- Check for bruises and avoid damaged fruit;
- Color is a good indicator of great fruit, pick those with deep, rich hues;
- Large peaches have the most sugar, select medium to large peaches;
- Buy local if you can. These peaches have spent less time traveling and more time on the tree to ripen!
Sherbert, Sherbet or Sorbet?
Sherbert – a frozen dessert made of fruit juice and sugar, but also containing milk or gelatin.Sherbet – an American term for a frozen dessert like sorbet, but containing a small amount of milkfat, generally 1-3%. Anything more (above 3%) is considered ice cream (source).(Sounds like sherbert to me!)Sorbet – refers to a frozen dessert made from sweetened water with flavoring (typically fruit juice or fruit puree, wine or liqueur), with little or no dairy. (source)Call it sherbert or sherbet – either way it’s still a wonderful fruity dessert, perfect on a hot summer day!
No kidding – just two ingredients – frozen sliced peaches and sweetened condensed milk.
We are smitten with this delicious concoction.
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- 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
- 5-6 large to medium ripe peaches
- Peel fresh peaches over a parchment paper lined baking sheet to catch the juice. Slice the peaches and freeze (and any accumulated juice) in a single layer on the parchment lined baking sheet until frozen, about 4 hours.
- Add the peaches and sweetened condensed milk to a blender and puree until the peaches are the consistency of soft serve ice cream. This can be done in batches if needed.
- Serve immediately or freeze in an airtight container for an ice cream consistency.
- Recipe adapted from Martha Stewart
- This recipe is only as good as the peaches used to make it. With only two ingredients, the peach flavor will be best with super ripe, juicy peaches. If using store-bought frozen peaches, be sure they have good flavor for best results.
We’ve been using our easy scoop and store ice cream container for years. The long, slim design means easy scooping and storing every time. The freezer-safe insulated container holds 1.5 quarts and measures 11” long X 4″ Wide X 4” tall. Made with durable, quality materials, BPA-free polypropylene with a silicone lid that prevents leaking and freezer burn. Dishwasher, Freezer & Microwave safe.
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Here are a few more peach recipes you might enjoy:
Fresh Peach Breakfast Cake – an easy to make treat with a rich, moist sour cream batter, sweet crispy top and loads of delicious fresh peaches. Perfect for breakfast, brunch or afternoon tea! Click HERE to get the recipe.
Fresh Peach Pie – made with juicy, ripe peaches and a flaky, buttery pastry crust. Don’t forget the ice cream or a scoop of this peach sherbet! Click HERE to get the recipe.
Peach Hand Pies – made with farm fresh sweet, juicy peaches tucked in a soft, flaky crust and a little drizzle of almond flavored icing. Click HERE to get the recipe.
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