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2 Ingredient Peach Sherbet
We use frozen fruit all the time to make smoothies and shortcut ice cream and one of my favorite shortcut recipes is this 2 ingredient sherbet. This recipe if you can call it a recipe uses sweetened condensed milk and frozen fruit.
Something about the sweetened condensed milk makes for a smooth, creamy and delicious sherbet-like treat! If you still have peaches leftover, here are a couple more amazing recipes to use up all those peaches:.
Products used and recommended in this post: Most awesome ice cream scoop ever Blender options: Add peaches and half the sweetened condensed milk to your blender or food processor and blend.
Give the mixture a taste and add more sweetened condensed milk as needed , until creamy. After reaching desired sweetness, add in optional ingredients if desired. The color of your frozen peaches will determine the color of your sherbet.
Serve immediately as soft serve which is how we normally eat it. Or pour it into a freezer-safe container and let harden a few hours in the freezer. If you leave it in the freezer too long and is too hard to scoop, just leave it on the counter for a few minutes and it will be perfect! For the kids Strawberry Ice Cream in a Bag. Homemade Cherry Vanilla Ice Cream. Don't miss any more posts! Just click on one of the icons below: I'm dropping by from the Friday Frenzy link party. This looks so yummy — and so easy to make.
We don't get ripe peaches where I live until in the fall. I'll have to wait until then to make this using fresh peaches. I guess I could try canned peaches…. I have a link party that I'm trying to grow.
I invite you to share this idea and a couple of others at my Grandma Ideas Sharing Time link party at http: My readers would LOVE this idea, too! I know it's late on Friday. I know that tomorrow is the 4th of July. But, maybe you could still make it. I hope you can drop by and add your link before it ends. If not, you can participate in next week's link party. This looks so good.
Thank you for bringing this to our party and we hope to see you on Monday at 7 pm. Oh my goodness, this looks so delicious and refreshing! We definitely need to make this. Thank you for sharing at Inspire Me Wednesday. Featuring you in this week's issue. I am going apple picking Friday and was wanting to make my own apple butter! I just finished making peach jam but, this might be my next project. I don't have a Vitamix but, would love one.
I made apple butter in the crockpot last month. I put the apples in whole after being put through the apple, peeler, corer and by the next morning they were practically pureed all on their own! I whipped them for a few seconds with a stick blender to get them extra smooth since that's my preference. So, if people don't have a Vitamix they can still make apple butter in the crockpot! I love apple butter! My sister actually made up a large batch and gave it out as Christmas presents last year.
I would love for you to share at this weeks Happiness Is Homemade Party! This is the canning book I use: Ball Blue Book Guide to Canning. It comes in very handy. Where could I find a basket for the jars like that one? Is it plastic or silicone…? The big metal ones are always awkward and never small enough for pint jars.
Hi, this is the canning kit I use, works great for smaller batches: Thank you for posting links to the products! This recipe is very close to the recipe I have used for years. My recipe is from the Better Himes and Gardens Home Canning Cookbook my mother in law gave me when we planted our garden at her house! Does this recipe yield 4 half pints? Thanks for sharing, Linda. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Don't miss any more posts! Just click on one of the icons below:. Instructions Non- Blender Instructions: Peel, core and quarter apples. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat. Reduce heat and boil gently, stirring occasionally, until apples are soft, about 30 minutes.
Transfer apple mixture to a food processor and purée just until a uniform texture is achieved. Spray insides of slow cooker with cooking spray for easy cleanup.
Add apple mixture to the crockpot. Stir in sugar and spices. Cook 4 hours on high or hours on low covered until mixture is dark brown.
Depending on the sweetness of your apples, you might need to stir in a tiny bit more sugar. Freeze or process for canning any leftovers.
Recipe may be multiplied. If you have a Vitamix or other high powered blender, you would follow the steps below to prepare the pulp for the crock pot: Select Variable 1, turn machine on and quickly increase speed to Variable 5 or 6. Blend for 10 seconds until chopped. If necessary, use the tamper to press any ingredients into the blades.
Increase speed to Variable 10, then to High. Blend for 1 to 2 minutes until mixture is smooth. Spray insides of crockpot with cooking spray for easy cleanup.
Pour ingredients from Vitamix container into the crockpot.