Peach Frozen Yogurt

Somehow we are about to start the month of July and summer is fully under way. How have I made it this far into the summer without barely laying under the sun? I didn’t even realize the new season of So You Think You Can Dance had started and this is basically the TV highlight of the summer. I bet Nigel has been missing me.

August will be knocking on my door before you know it WHICH MEANS school will be starting and that is basically the end of summer as I know it (even though summer does not actually end until September) –  ahhhhhh!!!! There is still so much to do! Take some deep breaths and have some ice cream would you? Or even better, have some frozen yogurt. It is healthier. Even better-er, make it yourself with the help of your food processor and three simple ingredients you probably have in your fridge/pantry already: peaches, honey and plain yogurt.

Ingredients Peaches are one of the Kings of summer fruits. Did you know peaches came originally from Northern China? I had no idea. You learn something new everyday. They were brought into America in the 16th century and are now part of countless recipes in this part of the world. This recipe for peach frozen yogurt for example is a must this time of the year. It is incredibly easy and it is basically just fruit so you can trick your kids (and yourself?) into some of those dreaded daily servings of fruits and vegetables without even knowing. Your doctor will thank you. Your clothes will thank you. It is really a win-win situation. As some say, Just Do It!

Frozen Yogurt

 Peach Frozen Yogurt

  • 1 lb frozen peaches
  • 3 Tablespoons honey
  • 1/2 cup plain yogurt


  1. Add all ingredients to the bowl of a food processor. Process until creamy, approximately 5 minutes. Enjoy!
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