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My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


Plenty Sweet Life

My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


Plenty Sweet Life

My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


Plenty Sweet Life

My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


Plenty Sweet Life

My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


Plenty Sweet Life

My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


Plenty Sweet Life

My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


Plenty Sweet Life

My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


Plenty Sweet Life

My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


Plenty Sweet Life

My mom got this recipe for Frozen Peaches from someone she worked with years ago, and it works great! While I love the fact that you can keep some of those juicy, dripping, delicious golden orbs for use in the middle of the bleak Minnesota winter, it did prevent my sister and me from finishing off the entire crate of peaches my mom would get every August. When mom would can or freeze peaches, I always wished she would buy another crate just for us to eat. But one was the limit, and we’d have to eat as many as we could BEFORE she would start using them for canning or freezing. I can’t tell you how much I loved August so we could get those peaches. Maybe it was because I was a kid, but they always seemed REALLY big and REALLY good. They just don’t seem as good as they used to be. I guess the older we get, the more that’s the case with most things. Anyhoo, most of the peaches that I freeze will be used in smoothies or muffins, but you could use them in breads, desserts, cakes, or pies. This is a great way to preserve a little bit of summer sunshine without canning peaches.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Frozen Peaches

Heat until the sugar is dissolved.

1-6 ounce can of frozen orange juice concentrate (I used half of a 12-ounce orange juice concentrate – I couldn’t find orange juice concentrate in that small of a container at my store)

Put prepared peaches in containers (or freezer zip top bags) and cover with juice.

Oh how I love peach season!

Get the syrup ready before you start preparing your peaches so it can cool by the time you’re ready for it.

You can use the boiling water method (dunk peaches into boiling water for 10-20 seconds or so and then plunge directly into ice water) to peel the peaches, but mine were so ripe the peel came off without needing that. I think slicing the peaches works best for freezing.

Don’t forget to label and date what’s in your freezer bags! Don’t count on remembering what’s in that bag later on.

I use zip top bags instead of containers only because they lay flat and take up less room. I slice two peaches per bag, and that’s just enough for a couple of smoothies. If I need more for something, I just take out more bags of peaches. I have also just used orange juice to freeze peaches without the sugar and water – that also works pretty well. When you’re ready to use the peaches, thaw, drain off the juice (unless you want the sugar syrup in whatever you’re making), and use in whatever recipe you need them for. You’re going to love how easy it is to make and use these Frozen Peaches!


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