If you go to an orchard right now they are plentiful and cheap and fresh without any of the waxy stuff you find on fruits in grocery stores. There are white and yellow peaches. The slightly more tart and acidic yellow peaches which become sweet as they ripe and the less acidic and sweet when ripe or not.
Ice creams and frozen yogurts are what you feel like eating on warm and humid days. Peach yogurt is one of the best as they come when made with fresh peaches. Feels like soft serve and is light enough if the sugar is controlled to be even eaten as breakfast ;) While I prefer using plain Greet Yogurt you can also use regular or home made yogurt to make the ice cream.
|Wash chop, pit and chop the peaches. Take it in a blender. Add in the lemon juice.|
|Add in the sugar .|
|Blend the sugar and the peaches till it is well mixed. Add the yogurt.|
|Blend the yogurt into the peach so it well mixed.|
|Pour into the ice cream maker and churn for about 20 minutes. Ready to eat :)|
|Remove to a container to freeze for another 4 hours or so.|
Did I tell that you should all buy an ice cream maker. You can buy one for less than $30 or slightly more. Mine is the most basic kind and it serves the purpose well. Store bought ice creams are heavy and sugary. Making ice cream at home you can control both. The recipe is based off of this recipe in Eating Well.
Peach Frozen Yogurt
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Churning Time: 20 - 30 minutes
Freezing Time: 4-8 hours
- 3-4 ripe peaches (white or yellow)
- juice from half a lime (lemon)
- half cup of sugar
- 2 cups of Greek Yogurt or regular yogurt
- 1/2 - 3/4 cup of sugar (I used raw sugar)
- Wash, seed, chop and puree the peaches in a blender.
- Add the lemon juice and sugar and blend till well mixed.
- Add in the Greek Yogurt and blend for 30 seconds more.
- Transfer to the ice creamer and churn for 20 minutes. It should be ready to eat them but they should be frozen for another 4 hours for a firmer ice cream.
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