When it comes to wedding registries, there’s no doubt in my mind the bride gets the better deal. I was able to outfit my kitchen with new Wusthof knives, Staub coquettes, a Tiffany blue KitchenAid mixer, copper beverage tub, marble pastry board, fancy espresso maker, the list goes on. The hubs, on the other hand, got a camping lantern, a Washington Redskins apron and a 1-year National Parks Pass. Womp womp.
I can see Rob not being delighted about a 20-pound cast iron pot but I was a little disappointed he didn’t share my excitement about the KitchenAid ice cream maker attachment when it arrived. Space is definitely an issue now that we’re living in a city apartment so I get that the massive bowl occupying prime real estate in the freezer probably seemed a bit ridiculous. But it makes ice cream for Pete’s sake!
I knew there were only so many weeks the bowl could sit in the freezer before Rob yanked it out and stuck it in the unreachable cabinet next to the juicer we rarely use these days, so last weekend I pressed it into action. Ladies, let me just tell you the hubs is now completely gone on the ice cream maker. And I have this Peach Frozen Yogurt to thank.
Two peaches, a bit of sugar, lemon juice and Greek yogurt – that’s all. It’s basically summertime in a bowl and completely guilt-free.
Oh, and in case you haven’t looked at your food holiday calendar yet today, it’s Peach Ice Cream Day (!!!) so grab some fresh peaches and bust out those ice cream makers tonight. You can thank me tomorrow.
DIY ice cream makers – what favorite flavors do you whip up at home?
Add peaches, lemon juice and sugar to food processor or blender and process until liquefied. Stir peach mixture into Greek yogurt and add to ice cream maker per machine instructions. Tip: make sure it’s churning when you add the yogurt mixture. Yogurt should be frozen after 15 minutes or so. Enjoy immediately or freeze for 1 hour if you prefer a slightly harder frozen yogurt.