Fresh Peaches and Red Grapes Sorbet (★★★★☆)

My parents have been raving about the peaches and red grapes sorbet that they’ve been making repeatedly.  They bought a huge box of fresh peaches, and after making multiple batches, they strongly believe that the red grapes are better than both the honey sweetened and pineapple sweetened versions.

Hearing them rave about it as much as they have, I decided to try and make it for myself.

Fresh Peaches and Red Grapes Sorbet (★★★★☆)
Fantastic frozen dessert when peaches are in season so you can pick up naturally very sweet peaches at a reasonable price. Well suited for utility peaches. Serves approximately 4-8 people, depending on serving size.

10-12 frozen peaches (cut and pits removed)
A handful of red grapes
Ice/Water

Freeze the peaches in advance. Then put the peaches and grapes in the blender. Blend on medium to high, using the tamper and adjusting the blender intensity to ensure everything is well mixed. Add ice and/or water to dilute the mix to the desired strength and consistency. Add more grapes for additional sweetness, substituting honey or sugar if concerned about making grape flavor too strong. Serve immediately.

I used the last of the ripe, local, seasonal peaches I had, which were so good they didn’t need much help. I’m pretty sure it wouldn’t be the same with lower quality peaches.

I just don’t like grapes that much.  There, I said it.  That’s why this a four star recipe, and not five.  If I had to pick a favorite between the pineapple and grape versions of the peach sorbet, I’d pick pineapple, but I wouldn’t be at all surprised to hear that I’m in the minority.  Either way, if you’re making peach sorbet with pineapple or fresh red grapes, you’re in for a delicious treat.

I’d love to have people sound off in the comments if they’ve tried both, letting me know which fruit they felt worked better as a sweetener.

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