Peach Sorbet

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When peaches are in season, there is nothing quite like this sorbet!

Every summer, I look forward to the first peaches that show up at the farm stand.  Of course I love making tarts, pies, and cobblers-but sometimes you need a recipe that is just about the peach!  This is the one!  It’s incredibly simple to make and so refreshing-it tastes just like you are biting into a fresh peach!

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What you need:

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Peaches – Four ripe peaches, ones that you would be happy to slice and eat!

Granulated Sugar – A little sugar is necessary for this recipe.

Lemon Juice – Fresh lemon juice Brings a bright flavor and helps keep the bright orange color.

Vodka – Just a splash of alcohol helps with the texture when the sorbet freezes.

How to make the sorbet:

Cut the peaches into 1/2 inch pieces.  I don’t peel the peaches-once it is puréed there will be tiny little flecks and a nice texture to the sorbet.    If you want a perfectly smooth sorbet, peel the peaches first.  Purée the peaches in a food processor with the granulated sugar, lemon juice, and vodka.

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Transfer the mixture to an ice cream maker or gelato maker and churn for 45 minutes, or until thick and frozen.

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Transfer to a quart container and freeze for an hour or two before enjoying.

 

 

 

 

Peach Sorbet

Quick and easy peach sorbet, the perfect recipe for those sweet summertime peaches!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Churning time: 45 minutes
Course: Dessert
Keyword: sorbet
Makes: 1 quart
Author: Corey Grimsley

Equipment

  • ice cream or sorbet maker

Ingredients

  • 4 ripe peaches
  • 100 grams granulated sugar
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp vodka

Instructions

  • Cut the peaches into 1/2 inch pieces.
  • Purée the peaches in a food processor with the granulated sugar, lemon juice, and vodka.
  • Transfer the mixture to an ice cream maker or gelato maker and churn for 45 minutes, or until thick and frozen.
  • Transfer to a quart container and freeze for an hour or two before enjoying.
Did you try this recipe?Let me know how it was!

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Corey Grimsley

I’m an artist and art restorer who spends an equal amount of time in the kitchen. Follow along as I put an artisanal touch on all of my bakes!

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