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Peach season is pretty much on its way out. We still have stands all over the place here in Colorado, but I think they will be gone soon. So I had to share this recipe with your right away. You could easily use frozen peaches, but we all know that fresh always adds a little extra something.
These muffins are soft, tender, full of cinnamon, and just perfect. My son who isn’t a big fan of peaches didn’t even want to try one. I told him I knew he would like it, so he had to at least give it a chance. He loved it. He even asked for them the next morning for breakfast.
Crumb toppings are always the best part of muffins, so of course this has one. Really, there needs to be a dessert that is more crumb topping and less of all the other stuff. Somehow I am not sure how that would work out. But a girl can dream, right?
What a busy weekend! We got my sons room painted, including his red wall. Almost all of his furniture is put together and in place. There one last last shelf that needs to be screwed in. At 10 last night, my husband and I were putting up the last 2 shelves. The first one was really loud to drill into the wall, and the rest of the house was already in bed. So we got the second one ready to go, and as soon as everyone is up this morning, it will take 5 minutes to finish. Even with all the work, we managed to have some fun too. We took a trip to Costco, and came away with more than we needed. Including some amazing steaks. And we took part of Sunday and went up into the mountains. It was so nice to go up there and walk around without dying of heat. It was about 60 degrees, and it felt so good!
We were so busy, I almost forgot to write this post Ok, I kind of did forget. We had to disconnect the computer where my pictures are stored so we could paint another room. I started writing this post on Monday morning (way later than I ever write a post), and now Monday night the computer is back, so I am finishing! This lemonade just has to be shared though.
Peaches are in season in Colorado now, and they are sweet, juicy, and delicious. I bought way too many at the farmer’s market, so I decided to try lemonade with them. I have done Raspberry Lemonade, and Blueberry Lemonade, so why not peach?
If you have access to fresh peaches, you need to make this right away. It is easy, and probably some of the best lemonade I have had. The peaches work so well with the tartness of the lemon, it is just a very addicting drink. It is perfect for a summer dinner on the patio, a barbeque with friends, or just to enjoy on these crazy hot days!
We are back with another addition of #SundaySupper. This week we were challenged with “beat the heat”. Make something that didn’t require the oven. The last couple #SundaySupper’s I have gone the savory route, so I thought it was about time I made dessert.
I had some Greek yogurt that needed to get used. I have been wanting to try frozen yogurt with Greek yogurt. And I had just gone to the farmers market and had more peaches than I knew what to do with. Seemed like the perfect time to put it all together and see what happened. Years ago my husband got me an ice cream maker for my birthday. The first year we used it a lot, trying all kinds of different recipes. But frozen yogurt never worked out. I was hoping these years of experience in the kitchen since, would mean I would finally be successful. Well, not sure what the reason, but it was a success.
This is not as creamy as the custards and ice creams I have made in the past, but it is still delicious. I also think if you used the full fat variety your results would be much creamier. I just had non-fat on hand, so that is what I used. I did have a hard time getting a pretty swirl, but who really cares when it tastes good, right?