And I am not exaggerating.
When you wake up at 6:30 and your windows already have dense condensation on them from the humidity you know things will not be pleasant when you go out.
To alleviate some of that pain I made this:
I thought I had died and gone to heaven.
4 C chopped peaches
1 C sugar
1 C sugar
pinch of salt
2 C water
I chopped my peaches and left the skins on
Next you will need to combine the water and sugar in a pan over medium to low heat until the sugar completely dissolves. Then stir in a pinch of salt. This creates your simple syrup.
Combine your peaches and simple syrup and blend till smooth.
I did leave a few chunks because I like to have a little something to chew when I have sorbet.
The mixture needs to be refridgerated for at least 2-3 hours (but can be as long as overnight), just follow the directions of your ice cream maker for this.
Pour your ingredients into your ice cream maker and wait (mine took 20 minutes to get to the desired consistency.
Waiting can be the hardest part
Finally we are ready for consumption
Man oh Man!
I wish I could share some of this with you.
It was fresh, delicious, and peachy.
I highly recommend whipping some up and sharing with others.
This has been a delightful treat for the kids and a tad bit better for them with the absence of any dairy.
Day 8 of Operation Declutter My House is seeing these little gems go
We had a small collection of these snap together boxes occupying an armoire. Now they are gone and our board games, which previously shared the space, have a little room to breath.
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I'll see you tomorrow for WIAW (What I Ate Wednesday) and a terrific apple recipe!!!