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Pure Peach Sorbet

Eat a peach. Bite into a juicy, ripe peach and you know it’s summer. Staying close to the farm-to-table mantra, Pure Peach Sorbet is a sweet little kitchen jewel for summer.

This peach sorbet is staggeringly simple, but then sometimes the best things are really just that simple. Fresh, very ripe peaches are cut, with a squeeze of lemon, a touch of sweetener and frozen for a few hours. Place the fruit, along with the frozen juices in a food processor and blend until smooth – pure peach sorbet.

Choose to make the sorbet using unpeeled or peeled peaches. Here I used unpeeled white peaches to enjoy the lovely pink- flecked color of the sorbet. Serve with a crisp sugar cookie and since I was truly keeping it simple, I used old-fashioned Biscos sugar wafers.

It’s summer, eat a peach and Pure Peach Sorbet –a sweet, simple summer Bijouxs.

4 thoughts on “Pure Peach Sorbet

  1. That does seem like simple perfection. My problem though is I usually stand at the kitchen sink and eat them out of hand… GREG

    1. I do the very same thing Greg- but (many) times I overbuy and have tons of super ripe peaches, so I make this sorbet – just another way to eat a peach!

  2. Could you please tell me where to get those bowls! Lovely!

    1. Hi Leslie! Those cute little bowls are from IKEA – they are SKYN – about 2 for 7.99. Enjoy!

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