Start dehydrating peaches in your favorite dehydrator.
Dehydrated peaches are ideal for snacks, cobblers, cookies, breads, and healthy granola!
Check out a great Allrecipes Peach Cobbler farther down the page.
Peaches are high in vitamin A, and vitamin C, followed by vitamin K, Choline, and Folate.
In the mineral department, peaches are high in Potassium, followed by Phosphorus, Magnesium, Fluoride, and Calcium. Peaches also contain Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids too!
Look forward to making
Peach Melba or Peach Cobbler
ANY Time of the Year!
Treat yourself to this easy Peach Cobbler.
The recipe is courtesy of Allrecipes.com
NOTE: If you want to make dehydrating peaches a little easier on yourself, how about dehydrating frozen peaches! Just a thought ... Yes, I know they're already processed, i.e. 'storable' but you'll be freeing up room in your freezer!
If using frozen peaches, ignore steps 1 and 2.
Lately, I've been enjoying fresh peaches in smoothies!
Simply peel one banana, wash and pit the peach, and try the Silk-brand Light Vanilla Soy milk (1 cup).
Blend and enjoy!
Any Peaches For Sale?
Yes ... In Florida!
A few years ago, my husband and I and my mom went to visit Paula Deen's restaurant up in Savannah, Georgia. As we toured Georgia, we did NOT see one "Georgia Peaches for Sale" sign ...
It was only on our way home when we came back into the Florida panhandle did we actually see a "Georgia Peaches for Sale" sign!
Do you think the folk in Georgia know they're so good and they were hiding them from us? :-)
Don’t toss the Melon seeds; we’ll show you how to roast them right here.
Add re-hydrated strawberries to smoothies!
Pears are another easy fruit to dehydrate. Enjoy Roquefort Pear Salad!
Re-hydrate your apricots to make apricot preserves to spread on your croissants.