Frozen Peaches and Cream Bites
Frozen Peaches and Cream Bites – they are sugar-free & dairy free, Whole30/Paleo friendly, & you only need 3 ingredients to make them!
I’ve got such an easy & delicious recipe to share with you all today.
It’s super easy, super healthy. It has no sugar, no dairy – and is Whole30/Paleo friendly too. Even if you aren’t watching your sugar intake or dairy consumption, you’re gonna really love this flavors of this one.
Did I mention that you only need 2 or 3 ingredients? 3 ingredients if you’re feeling cinnamon-y; 2 ingredients if you don’t want the cinnamon. Up to you!
All you need is:
- fresh peaches, sliced (you can leave the skin on or off)
- canned unsweetened coconut milk (shake it first!)
- cinnamon (optional)
This recipe is super duper simple; one of those ‘no-recipe recipes’ that you all know I love so much. Just dip the fresh peaches in the coconut milk (make sure that you shake the coconut milk up really well first, it has a tendency to separate in the can) & lay them on a piece of parchment or wax paper that’s been spread out on a baking sheet. Then, sprinkle with cinnamon to taste. If you don’t like cinnamon, simply just don’t use it.
Sometimes, I don’t use the cinnamon & I whisk in a dash of vanilla extract into the coconut milk before I dip my peaches into it.
Now, just pop the entire baking sheet into the freezer until they are frozen. Once completely frozen, transfer them to a freezer bag & store in the freezer.
These make a delicious breakfast, snack, or dessert.
Pro tip – pop a couple in a steaming bowl of oatmeal to thaw, then mash it all up. SO. MUCH. YUM.
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Frozen Peaches & Cream Bites
- fresh peaches sliced (peeled or not peeled, up to you)
- canned unsweetened coconut milk
- Line a baking sheet with wax paper. Shake the can of coconut milk well. Pour into a dish or bowl. Dip the sliced peaches in the unsweetened coconut milk & place on the wax paper. Sprinkle with cinnamon. Freeze on the baking sheet until firm. Transfer the frozen peaches & cream slices into a resealable freezer bag and store in the freezer.
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Haha yummy! It is too much tasty and really owsome. Everyone like it.
Can I use regular sweetened condensed milk instead of coconut? My mom loves peaches and I wanted to help her eat more fruits while having her dessert instead of heavy chocolate desserts but she HATES coconut! Thank you, this looks so delicious!
Yes, you could if you wanted! Bet that would be a delicious dessert.
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