You’ll be slurping up this Peach Milk all summer long! Refreshingly fruity and SO easy to make, the whole family will enjoy this treat!
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Ya, ya, ya I know we just slurped on strawberry milk a hot (errr, cold?) minute ago….but PEACHES.
I mean peaches and CREAM? It’s a play on that and it’s so quintessentially Summer that I could not NOT make it.
Could you even imagine drinking it with a plate of paleo peach cobbler? OMG would be SO GOOD.
This Summer-y little drink is super stinking easy and so slurpable on a hot day.
Not to mention, you get your servings of fruit WHILE you hydrate which is a win-win in my books!
Why you will LOVE This Recipe
Every once in a while, I develop a recipe that hits home and reminds me of my childhood. Ohhh, there is SO much nostalgia when it comes to making and enjoying foods and drinks that I loved as a kid! For me, a big one was strawberry milk and today I’m putting a little spin on that and swapping out the strawberries for peaches. I LOVE creating recipes with peaches– here on the blog we have everything from peach breakfast quinoa chia pudding to peach martinis with raspberry. Peaches are sweet, summery, and oh-so-satisfying, so I am SURE that you and your crew will love this peaches and milk recipe I have for you today. It’s cool, it’s creamy, it’s sweet and refreshing, and it’s the perfect summer sip!
Are Peaches Good for You?
Short answer: Absolutely! Peaches are not only juicy, flavorful and delicious, they also have quite a few health benefits. Peaches are high in vitamins C and E, and also contain vitamins A, K, copper and manganese, just to name a few. They are also jam packed with antioxidants which help your body fight aging and disease. Peaches can be known to also improve heart health and your digestive system’s functioning, so a tall glass of peach milk is not a bad idea at all!
The list of items you’ll need to make this recipe is not long or complicated at all! Just a handful of ingredients blend together to create the most delicious glass of fruity milk! Here is what you’ll need to make it:
- Milk of Choice
How to make Peach Milk
Place the sugar and sliced peaches into a small food processor. Blend until the peaches are broken down.
Pour the blended sugar and peaches into a small saucepan and bring the mixture to a boil. Once it’s boiling, remove it from heat.
Place the peach and sugar mixture into a small bowl and set it in the fridge to cool for about 1 hour.
Add the milk and chilled peach mixture to a high powered blender and blend until well incorporated. Pour it into glasses and enjoy right away!
Milk and Peaches FAQ
This totally depends on your dietary needs and/or preferences! For this milk recipe, you can totally use regular cow’s milk, 1%, 2% or full fat milk. All of these choices would have a delicious result. If you want to go dairy-free and add a bit more healthy fat and protein to your milk, consider using cashew milk or almond milk!
Yes! I have only tested out sugar in this recipe, however if you would like to use another sweetener, I think it would work well. I recommend using swerve sweetener, stevia or monkfruit!
Yes, I do recommend chilling the peach sauce, as it will be quite hot after you boil it and will result in warm milk. I think this milk and peaches is best served cold, however if you want to enjoy it warm then you don’t need to chill the sauce.
More delicious peach recipes
- frosted raspberry lemonade with peaches
- healthy french toast bake with peaches and almond streusel
- white wine cocktail with peaches and honey fig syrup
- 1 Cup Peaches, sliced
- 3 Tbsp Sugar
- 1 1/2-2 Cups Milk of choice (depending on how much peach flavor you want)
- Place the peaches and the sugar in a small food processor and process until broken down.
- Pour into a small pot and bring to a boil on medium-high heat. Once the mixture comes to a boil, remove from heat.
- Transfer into a small bowl and refrigerate 1 hour to cool.
- Add the milk and peach mixture in a high powered blender and blend until combined.
- Drink right away!
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