Dessert/ Ice Cream

Peaches & Honey Sorbet

Peaches & Honey Sorbet | The Foodwright

After getting ready for bed last night at 8:30 PM (!!!) I’ve come to the horrifying conclusion that I’m a 96 year-old trapped inside a 20 year-old’s body. Just ask any of my freshmen roommates, they would probably agree. 

I wasn’t made for the wild night life. I was made for the relaxed tea parties & brunch, long walks through the neighborhood, snuggle with fuzzy blankets & watch movies kind of life. Anyone else? Let’s have an old people trapped inside young people party! But only in the late morning or early afternoon. And only with, like, 3 people because otherwise I get overwhelmed.

Do you still wanna come?

Peaches & Honey Sorbet | The Foodwright

Okay. Let’s get to business. First, say farewell to summer, because this is the last summery recipe you’re going to see on this blog for a long while.

At least, probably.

I think.

I can be unpredictable.

This peach sorbet is perhaps one of Brig’s 5 favorite things that have ever come out of our kitchen. It’s sweet, tangy, fresh, & super simple. It came about one afternoon when I found myself with a bunch of peaches that weren’t super suitable for eating because they were just of the dry & mushy variety, ya know? So I thought to myself, Self. We could bake with these, or make smoothies with these, or…make SORBET with these. And I said, Self, that’s a really great idea.

Peaches & Honey Sorbet | The Foodwright

Ingredients: 

3 large peaches, pitted & cut into chunks (I like to leave the skins on)

1/4 c water

1/4 c sugar

1/4 c honey

1 T lemon juice

pinch coarse sea salt

Instructions: 

Blend all ingredients together in a blender or food processor until smooth. Pour into an ice cream machine & churn according to your machine’s directions. I used the KitchenAid attachment and churned the mixture for about 30 minutes.

Then, transfer to a freezer-safe bowl, cover with a lid, and freeze overnight.

Let sit at room temperature for 15 minutes before serving.

Peaches & Honey Sorbet | The Foodwright

xo, Lucia

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