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Honey Peach Freeze Recipe

Honey Peach Freeze Recipe

This recipe makes a cool, refreshing end to any meal. The tang of orange and lemon juice blends nicely with the honey. It's great for anyone who is on a restricted diet, and those who aren't won't know the difference.—Dorothy Smith, El Dorado, Arkansas
TOTAL TIME: Prep: 10 min. + freezing YIELD:4 servings

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 2 tablespoons orange juice
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 package (20 ounces) frozen sliced peaches, partially thawed

Directions

  • 1. Set aside a few peach slices for garnish. In a blender; combine the honey, juices and peaches. Cover and process until smooth.
  • 2. Pour into four freezer-proof dishes. Freeze. Remove from the freezer 5 minutes before serving. Garnish with reserved peaches. Yield: 4 servings.

Nutritional Facts

1 each: 202 calories, trace fat (0g saturated fat), 0mg cholesterol, 9mg sodium, 53g carbohydrate (0g sugars, 0g fiber), 1g protein Diabetic Exchanges:3-1/2 fruit

Reviews for Honey Peach Freeze

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xlsalbums
Reviewed Apr. 17, 2014

"Very easy to make and pretty tasty. A quick frozen treat!"

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BonitaEstes
Reviewed May. 7, 2009

"When I make desserts, it's for 12 people. Can I make it and put it in one large bowl???? Bonita"

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transcriber45
Reviewed Apr. 26, 2009

"I have not tried the recipe but wil be sure to do so. I just wanted to comment about the lady who tried the recipe. I don't thnk she meant the comment to be critical. She was only giving her comment!"

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sandramichelewaddell
Reviewed Apr. 25, 2009

"I have diabetes and I made this dish without the honey---it was very tasty."

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bzybdr
Reviewed Apr. 23, 2009

" If you read the comment with the recipe it does not say they are designing this for a diabetic diet! There are MANY different kinds of restricted diets. You should also educate yourself. Some people need to restrict different things such as sodium, fat, gluten, etc. Some of us are lucky enough to be able to just generally watch everything and eat in moderation and exercise and be active! So please be very careful how you criticize."

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auntsheen1
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"tobja123: honey is naturally "sugar free" in that they don't add sugar to honey. However, it is sweet and acts like sugar, raises your blood glucose and tastes sweet. You need to research about carbohydrates and blood sugar! A brownie and a potato contain the same amount of carbs and each will raise your blood sugar. Ditto for honey and other "sugar free" products. Look at the carbohydrate count, compare it to the amount of carbs you're allowed each meal..that's the only thing that matters when controling your blood sugar!"

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auntsheen1
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"tobja123: honey is naturally "sugar free" in that they don't add sugar to honey. However, it is sweet and acts like sugar, raises your blood glucose and tastes sweet. You need to research about carbohydrates and blood sugar! A brownie and a potato contain the same amount of carbs and each will raise your blood sugar. Ditto for honey and other "sugar free" products. Look at the carbohydrate count, compare it to the amount of carbs you're allowed each meal..that's the only thing that matters when controling your blood sugar!"

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cmgt
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"can I use peaches that I had frozen myself?"

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bja123
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"I have found sugar free honey at WalMart. Wonder if it would work. I have a diabetic husband."

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misled3
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

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vikqueen
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"It's BLUE AGAVE! Sorry."

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vikqueen
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"For Diabetics, you can use "blue agava". It's a natural sweetner that even diabetics can use. It breaks down differently in your body as opposed to sugar so it's safe to use. You can find it at Trader Joe's or online."

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psteege
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"I agree with harumman's comments on diabetic recipes"

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D.Kling
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"What is a "freezer-proof" dish?

DDK"

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harumman
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"Why do all these light desserts not seems to consider sugar and carb content? I find none of these recipes suitable for diabetics."

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shawna91
Reviewed Apr. 16, 2009

"Has anyone ever used canned peaches to make something similar to this?"

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