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Homemade Peach Pear Frozen Yogurt Recipe


It’s peach season and my family couldn’t be happier. Peaches are probably the number one fruit eaten in our house, they even top strawberries. Peach season hits and it’s a guarantee that I will be canning, drying, making fruit leather, swapping out fresh peaches for canned for this Easy Peach Cobbler recipe and testing a few new recipes every year. This year I bring you peach week on Farmer’s Wife Rambles.

Peach Pear Frozen Yogurt

I found several new peach recipes to present to the family this year and these five made the cut. They are packed with flavor, the kids can help make everyone of them and for the most part they can be mixed and baked in less than an hour. That makes me happy on busy school nights. Nothing like a warm dessert to serve to the family that cooks while homework is being finished.

Journey along with me this week as I present to you our top 5 peach recipes of the year.

The Cast Of This Peach Pear Frozen Yogurt Recipe

3 1/2 cups coarsely chopped frozen peaches and pears (we like it heavier on the peach side)
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup nonfat plain yogurt
1/4  cup orange  juice (you made need a couple tablespoons more depending on how powerful your blender is)

Directions For Peach Pear Frozen Yogurt

1.  Combine peaches, pears, sugar, yogurt and half the 1/4 cup orange juice in a good blender (I own this Ninja Blender) or food processor.  Add the remainder of the orange juice as needed to form a creamy homemade peach pear frozen yogurt.

2.  Serve immediately or I found that I can put them into small Tupperware containers and take them out an hour before dinner and dessert is done.  I think these individual containers would work good for kids lunch boxes as well with a frozen ice pack.

Looking For More Peach Recipes?

Easy Peach Cobbler
ScrumptiousPeach Dumplings
Spiced Peach Upside Down Cake
4 Ingredient Frozen Peach Pie
Homemade Peach Pear Frozen Yogurt

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Love this recipe?  Check out other great dinner recipes as well and don’t forget dessert!



Comments

  1. 5
    Melissa says:

    YUM! I love peaches and that looks easy enough I could do it lol!

  2. 4

    Hmmm, I’ve never had those two flavors together. Sounds interesting.

  3. 3

    Oh that looks amazing!! I have got to try this! I have a sink full of fresh peaches to process today!

  4. 2
    Pam says:

    That looks so good! I love peaches and my son loves pears so this is perfect for us.

  5. 1

    Yum sounds delicious to me! I love peaches.

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