Peaches herald the month of August with their sweet juiciness. I could hardly wait until I could buy a basket for our local produce stand. Best of all, they had my favorite kind for fresh eating….Red Haven!
Peaches are a native fruit of northwest China on the north slopes of the Kunlun Mountains where they were first domesticated and cultivated. Peaches and nectarines are in the same species but they are regarded as totally different fruit by commercial growers. Nectarines do not have the fuzz that peaches do.
This very simple dessert only uses 5 ingredients which makes it so easy to make. There are very few THM E desserts or Ice Creams but this is an easy E dessert/ice cream. There is just a little bit of cream added to help keep the frozen yogurt creamy. It is not enough to push it into a THM Crossover.
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Peach Frozen Yogurt, THM E, SF, GF
- 4 fresh peaches
- 2 1/2 cups fat-free Greek Yogurt
- 1/4 cup heavy whipping cream
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- 1/3-1/2 cup Gentle Sweet
- Wash peaches well to remove the fuzz. Cut each peach in half and remove the pits. I have a Vitamix Blender so I don’t peel the peaches. Blend the peaches, yogurt, cream, vanilla, and Gentle Sweet together. Blend until the mixture is smooth and creamy. Freeze in your ice cream freezer following the manufacture’s instructions. I used a 1.5 quart Cuisinart Ice Cream make. 6 1-cup servings with 3.3 grams of fat per serving.
I was quite pleased with the consistency of the Frozen Yogurt. It was thick and creamy. So delicious and best of all it had very little fat in it so it could be served as an E dessert. I have a Cuisinart 1.5 Quart Frozen Yogurt Ice Cream Maker which I love. It makes the best ice cream. This Ice Cream maker has a canister that you keep in the freezer so that it is ready whenever you want to make ice cream.
If there is nay frozen yogurt left I freeze it in small individual containers. If you remove a container and let it set at room temperature for 15-20 minutes. Then it is just perfect to eat!
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3 thoughts on “Peach Frozen Yogurt, THM E, SF, GF”
I just bought a box of Red Havens today!!!!!!!
Any chance I could use my canned peaches (I used your recipe when I canned them).
yes, I think you could. Drian them well.