Oh man! Have you ever realized that we are seldomly satisfied when talking about the weather? It’s raining or snowing, we whine about it and wish for warm, sunny days.  And if the sun is finally shining relentlessly while sending up the temperature, we still aren’t satisfied. Now it’s too hot. To be honest I’ve got a headache from the warmth. But I tried my best to cope with it. I either spent my time in my cool basement flat or was sitting in the shadowy garden with an icecold cloth to cool my head. Of course, there are easier ways to get a refreshment. Instead of chasing shadowy or cool enough places, you could treat yourself with a homemade peach-raspberry frozen yogurt. I would like one right now. Unfortunately, I already ate my share a few days ago.

peach-raspberry frozen yogurt

fresh raspberries

This ice cream was actually based on the famous dessert peach Melba. You surely know that. A poached peach on creamy vanilla ice cream topped with blended raspberries. I had so many pictures in my head with chunks of peach pulp. But I wasn’t able to remove the pulp from the core without turning it into mush. So, eventually I ended up with this marbled version of peach-raspberry frozen yogurt. And I topped it with crunchy granola pieces. I mean, a little bit of crunch wouldn’t hurt, right?

Ice cream scoop, mint leaves, decorative bowls

One scoop of peach-raspberry frozen yogurt

*snip* here is the not very arduous recipe for a homemade peach-raspberry frozen yogurt:

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Peach-Raspberry Frozen Yogurt
Prep Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 5-6 hours
Servings
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Ingredients
Prep Time 15 minutes
Passive Time 5-6 hours
Servings
portions
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Cut a cross into the peaches and put them into boiling water for about 30 seconds. Then rinse them with cold water and peel the skin. Remove the pulp from the core and blend it.
  2. Mix the blended peaches with plain yogurt. You can add a few spoons of powdered sugar if you want more sweetness.
  3. To get frozen yogurt, you have two possibilities: 1. Blend the frozen raspberries and mix them with the peach-flavoured yogurt. Don't mix to much, you want to get a marbled look. Fill the yogurt into a suitable bowl, cover it firmly and put it into the freezer over night. 2. Put the peach-flavoured yogurt for 5 to 6 hours into the freezer. Stir it every hour. Blend the raspberries and add them one hour before the frozen yogurt is finished.
Recipe Notes

Would you like some crunch as well? Roast a few handfuls of oatmeal (the amount depends on your cravings) in a pan. Add a few tablespoons of honey and some chocolate chunks. Mix everything, spread it on a plate and let it rest (it's best to put it into the fridge) for a few minutes.

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Gosh! I could dip my head into this cold mixture right now, if I would’nt risk a brain freeze.

peach-raspberry frozen yogurt in a bowl

With this in mind,

A pleasant ice (cream) age!

peach-raspberry frozen yogurt