Fresh Peach Sorbet is the perfect summertime treat. It’s light, refreshing and sweet.
Peach season is in full swing here in Michigan. I can’t get enough peaches. I love stopping at the cutest little farm stand just down the road. They have the best peaches.
If you’ve never had a fresh picked peach from a local farm, you are in for a real treat. Store bought peaches just don’t compare to the fresh, ripe juicy peaches. The kind of peach that you have to eat over the sink because it is just so juicy. It’s the only kind of peach to eat!
I love making both sweet and savory peach recipes. Sorbets are one of my favorite treats to make during the warmer months.
This Fresh Peach Sorbet is really simple to make. First step is to peel all the peaches and slice them. This will take a few minutes but it’s the only real work this recipes requires.
After the peaches have been peeled and sliced, they go into a high speed blender. Fresh lemon juice, cane sugar, coconut milk, and a pinch of salt are added next and then blended until smooth.
You might be thinking that is a lot of sugar. When you are making a sorbet, it needs the cane sugar to achieve the right texture.
The peach and coconut mixture needs to chill before adding it to the ice cream maker. After it has chilled, the ice cream maker does all the work! I like to add a touch of vodka to help the sorbet from getting icy.
After the sorbet is done churning, it needs to freeze for about 4 hours before serving.
This Fresh Peach Sorbet is the perfect way to cool down on a hot day. The fresh peaches make a delicious sorbet.
- 4 Cups Peeled and Diced Fresh Peaches
- 1 Cup Cane Sugar
- 1 Cup Full Fat Coconut Milk
- Juice of Half a Lemon
- Pinch of Sea Salt
- ½ Tablespoon Vodka. optional
- The night before you plan on making your sorbet, place your ice cream maker container in the freezer.
- Add the peeled and diced peaches, coconut milk, lemon juice, and pinch of salt to a high speed blender.
- Blend until completely smooth.
- Pour into a container and refrigerate until chilled.
- Once chilled, pour the chilled mixture into your ice cream maker. Add the vodka if using. Churn according to your ice cream makers instructions
- Transfer to a freezer safe container and freeze for until solid, about 4 hours. I like to use a loaf pan and place a piece of parchment paper on top to help prevent freezer burnt.
- When ready to serve the sorbet, remove it from the freezer and let sit out for 10-15 minutes before servings.