Vegan Peach Sherbet Recipe

It’s Summertime, and that means it’s peach season!  Time to cool off from the heat with a cold bowl of fresh peach sherbet.  There has never been a better way to enjoy this delicious, colorful fruit.  The peach is classified with the almond in the sub-genus Amygdalus, so what better way to make it than with almond milk?  This recipe is completely vegan, but the entire family will enjoy it.

Vegan Peach Sherbet
Difficulty: Easy
Cost: $3.00
Time: 7 minutes
Serves: 2
2 Ripe Peaches
2 tablespoons Sugar (natural demerara)
1/3 cup Almond Milk (Vanilla)
 This recipe is very simple thanks to the Vitamix Blender.  Simply peel the two peaches and pour all ingredients into the blender.  Add two heaping cups of ice, and blend.  If you are using the Vitamix 5200, start on low and work your way up to high.  Don’t blend more than 30 seconds as the blades will begin to heat up the sherbet.
[Using the 6300 series, set it to desserts, and let it go.  It will automatically shut itself off when finished.]

I hope that you enjoyed this vegan peach sherbet recipe.  You can find more Vitamix recipes here.  If you haven’t already done yourself the favor and purchased a Vitamix blender, I encourage you to do so.  Vitamix blenders make healthy cooking easier and faster and require minimal clean-up.  To learn more about Vitamix, click here.

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