Easy peach sorbet without an ice cream maker! Learn how to make this peach sorbet with frozen peaches using maple syrup or honey! Peach sorbet is the easiest summer treat! And if you like this sorbet recipe, try my Strawberry Banana Sorbet, my Mango Popsicles, or my Cinnamon Sweet and Salty Kettle Corn!
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Peach Sorbet Without an Ice Cream Maker
The best part of summertime is all the seasonal fruits that make the most incredible desserts. But you can have those flavors all year around with this incredibly easy sorbet recipe! If you like the texture of fruit sorbet, but you also like the flavors of your favorite decadent peach desserts like peach cobbler and peach pie, you'll LOVE this sorbet!
What can I do with my over ripe peaches?
Turn them into sorbet! In this peach sorbet recipe, ripe peaches are frozen and then blended with lemon juice and sweetened with maple syrup or honey. Then, we're adding the warmth of cinnamon and vanilla to give this sorbet recipe a hint of those indulgent desserts you love! The vanilla and cinnamon make this peach sorbet absolutely amazing! The flavors work so well together to create a sweet, satisfying treat.
How do you make peach sorbet without an ice cream maker?
This cinnamon peach sorbet recipe is so easy! It's a no-churn recipe, so you won't need an ice cream maker. You'll only need a blender to purée the ingredients together and a freezer-safe container to let your sorbet freeze until it's ready! Plus, you'll only need 5 ingredients in total to make this recipe!
Peach Sorbet Recipe with Frozen Peaches
I'm serious -- there are only 5 ingredients in this no-churn peach sorbet recipe!
- frozen peaches - you can peel and slice ripe peaches and freeze them until they're solid, but the easiest option is just to pick up a one-pound bag of frozen peaches! This recipe calls for a pound of frozen peaches, so you'll literally be able to dump your peaches straight into the blender!
- maple syrup, honey, or agave syrup - you can use whatever sweetener you prefer! I used honey (not vegan), but this sorbet is delicious with maple syrup too! You're better off using a sweetener that does have a sugar content like honey, agave nectar, maple syrup, or coconut sugar. If you use a non-caloric sweetener it might affect the texture of the sorbet.
- lemon juice - this adds a bit of brightness and brings out the tartness of the peaches. It adds so much flavor!
- cinnamon - adds a little spice that works so well with the taste of the peaches.
- pure vanilla extract - gives the sorbet a little warmth and makes it taste truly indulgent!
You don't need any special equipment for this peach sorbet recipe! And especially NO ice cream maker! I used a Nutribullet blender to whip up the sorbet, but you can use any brand of ice-crushing blender or food processor that you have.
Tips and F.A.Q.
The key to getting a soft result in this sorbet recipe is to use a sweetener with a high enough sugar content. Also, be sure not to add any water to your peaches before blending them.
You can use your favorite fresh peaches, or frozen peach chunks.
Traditionally, sorbet is made with fruit or fruit juice that is sweetened and churned with water to achieve a smooth consistency. Because we're not using an ice cream maker, this sorbet is actually easier to make!
Using a fruit that is high in fiber, like peaches, helps to add a thicker, creamy texture to our sorbet.
More Peachy Recipes You'll Love
- Peach Cobbler Egg Rolls
- Stone Fruit Salad with Goat Cheese and Honey-Lemon Vinaigrette
- Peach Turnovers with Smoked Sugar
- Brown Butter Peach Tart
- Peach Cherry Galette
Equipment you may need
- Blend all ingredients using an ice-crushing blender until smooth.1 lb. frozen peach slices, 3 tablespoon fresh lemon juice, ½ cup maple syrup, ¾ teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- Freeze at least 3 hours or until firm.
- Allow to sit at room temperature for about 10 minutes before serving.
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Last Updated on June 24, 2022 by Chenée Lewis