Pinch me! This morning smoothie is an afternoon and evening treat that has me swooning for just a little more, please. The Pinch Me Peach Smoothie is peachy for certain. Faint cranberry flavor trickles through taming a bit of the sweetness so there is no sugar bomb overload. Meyer lemon sorbet adds a sparkle of sunshine to the glass. I can almost feel spring and summer banging down the door.
Pinch Me Peach Smoothie is easy as pie to make. Throw everything in the blender and hit puree. No extra ice needed. Unsweetened frozen peaches and Meyer lemon sorbet do all the frozen work. Use chilled juices if possible. This will keep the smoothie as cold as possible.
Pinch Me Peach Smoothie Recipe
Pinch Me Peach Smoothie – recipe by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist
5 ounces Frozen Peach Slices – unsweetened
2 ounces Cranberry Juice Cocktail – chilled
2 ounces Peach Nectar – chilled
3 scoops Meyer Lemon Sorbet
Place all ingredients in blender. Blend until the mixture is completely smooth. Pour into a chilled decorative glass or divide the mixture between two glasses and share.
Pinch Me Peach Smoothie Time Saver Tip
Grocery stores sell prepackaged smoothies in the freezer section. Save time and money by making your own freezer smoothies. Make a batch size smoothie recipe. Save a glass size for now, save the rest in freezer storage containers. Grab a frozen smoothie from your own freezer anytime without dragging out the blender every time. I use the 8 ounce plastic freezer jars from Ball for freezing drinks. This is not an advertisement for them. I found them one day in the grocery store, tried them out and really liked how they worked. They worked perfectly for my DIY Frozen Margaritas. I have used them ever since. See if you like them. Tell me if you have found a product you like better!
Pinch Me Peach Smoothie Batch Recipe – recipe by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist
16 ounce bag Frozen Peach Slices – unsweetened
6 ounces Cranberry Juice Cocktail
6 ounces Peach Nectar
9 scoops Meyer Lemon Sorbet
Place all ingredients in blender. Blend until the mixture is completely smooth. Pour a glass for yourself. Pour the remaining mixture into freezer safe containers. Be sure to leave a little room at the top of each freezer container. Mixture will expand a little as it freezes. Place lid on container, making sure it is completely sealed. Place in freezer.
When ready to eat: Allow mixture to thaw at room temperature for a couple of minutes if desired. Otherwise, grab a spoon and dig in! This smoothie is ready to go anytime you are.