Last updated on February 14th, 2019 at 01:47 pm
Have some peaches that are a little past their prime? This four-ingredient peach ginger sorbet is the perfect, easy treat!
As summer winds down, some of my favorite fruit comes into season. It’s still about a trillion degrees here in Northern California, so I wanted to create something delicious and cold with these gorgeous peaches I picked up — and left sitting on my counter for a little too long (good intentions, eh?). Peach sorbet it is! I decided to give it a bit of a bite with some ginger, Ryan’s favorite flavor. I love the combination of the sweet peaches and the ginger — and Ryan gave it two thumbs up!
- Slice and freeze your peaches. I flash froze them on a cookie sheet, so they wouldn’t stick together.
- Grate two teaspoons of fresh ginger.
- Make a simple syrup by combining the sugar, water, and ginger and bring to a slow boil. Remove from heat and allow to fully cool. (I actually let it sit in the fridge overnight — I think that the ginger really permeated the simple syrup and made it extra delicious).
- Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. You may need to add some water if it’s too frozen. Serve right away, or freeze for future use.
This recipe is a modification of this delicious sorbet from Crunchy Creamy Sweet.