I inspired myself with my super simple pear and maple sorbet and decided it could be done with pretty much any tinned fruit so I gave it a go…with peaches. When I pureed the fruit, it didn’t quite come out nice and smooth, instead it was a little lumpy. I could have gone to the effort of straining it but that would defeat the purpose of developing super simple frozen desserts. Due to the texture of this peachy delight, I was hesitant to call it a sorbet but if you can be bothered straining it, or even using a juicer (of which I don’t have….yet) to make your “puree” then you could definitely call it a sorbet. Whatever you call it, it’s delish!. Oooh, it would be extra yummy with a splash of vodka or gin 😉
1 large can (about 825g) of peaches in syrup
2 tbsp of maple syrup (or any other sweet syrup you like)
1/2 cup of soda water
Puree peaches (with their syrup) and maple syrup in food processor until as smooth as you can get it then pour into an ice cream maker with the soda water. Churn for about an hour or until pale and fluffy looking.