Peaches ‘n’ Honey Fruity Dream

Want a healthy, instant ice-cream? We call this one ‘Peachy Dream’. It’s so creamy and delicious – you’d swear it was made out of peaches and cream, but there’s no dairy in it at all, it’s RAW, and it only has three healthy ingredients… fresh peaches, honey and egg whites! Make sure your peaches are ripe and juicy before you freeze them, and obviously the better the peaches, the better the ice cream.  Enjoy!
 
See also Berry Fruity Dream for a berry version, or Dreamy Dragonberry Delight for a bright pink one.
Peaches ‘n’ Honey Fruity Dream
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Ingredients
  1. 600g of chopped peaches
  2. 50g raw honey or pure maple syrup (optional)
  3. 2 fresh egg whites
Instructions
  1. Peel, chop and freeze a bunch of fresh, ripe peaches.
  2. Weigh 600g of frozen peaches, and chop into approx 2cm cubes. Work quickly so they don't thaw out.
  3. Blend peaches 20 sec/speed 9, using the spatula to help mixture along. Scrape down sides and mix again if necessary.
  4. Add honey or syrup (if using) and egg whites and blend 5 sec/speed 6, to soften.
  5. Insert butterfly whisk and whip for 4-5 mins/speed 4. Mixture will fluff right up and reach the top of the bowl.
  6. Serve straight away!
Notes
  1. Freeze any leftovers, it won't freeze hard. Use within a week, or the 'fluffiness' goes away and it becomes a bit icy.
  2. Variation: you can use any frozen fruit for this recipe - mangoes are especially nice (although they won't whip quite as high), or nectarines, or a mixture of frozen melons.
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9 thoughts on “Peaches ‘n’ Honey Fruity Dream

  1. Belinda Letchford says:

    WOW this looks great – not that we ever have peaches nice enough to freeze to do this… but I have wondered about adapting the Berry Fruity delight with mango – and you’ve inspired me to give it a shot.

  2. Lori says:

    That looks delicious! I’ve made something very similar using coconut milk and cream instead of eggs and it was wonderful. Now I’m going to be hanging out until peaches are in season again to try your version!

  3. Jo Whitton says:

    Thanks Belinda and Lori! Yes, it’s lovely with mango too! We still have lots of peaches and nectarines here – but I’ve had it with a mixture of watermelon, rockmelon and mango and it was divine!! There’s so many fruits you can use 🙂

  4. Cate says:

    Hi Jo

    I am a consultant in NSW – I had a customer ask me if you could make fruity dream without egg white (we tried today with a powdered egg white substitute and it didn’t work). Do you have any suggestions? I have directed her to your blog – but if you have an answer could you perhaps email me?

    Thanks

    Cate
    [email protected]

  5. Sammie says:

    Jo, this looks amazing! We love fruity dream but have only tried the berry version so far. Just want to check do you add the egg whites at step 4 or 5? We’re definitely going to give this a go – especially as peaches are so plentiful now! And I love the idea of honey instead of sugar! Another Jo Gem!

  6. SueJ says:

    This was delicious, will make many times more. Everyone loved it, even my nephew who isn’t a big dessert fan.

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