Prepare Your Peaches
To start, you need to peel your peaches before you pit the stones from the fruit. Then, cut them into chunks or slices, depending on how you want to eat your fruit. Add a little lemon juice to the bowl if you want to stop the fruit from going brown. It only takes around one tablespoon for every pound of peaches.
Freeze Your Fruit
Now comes the fun bit: freezing your fruit. It’s important to line a large baking tray with parchment paper and place your peach slices or chunks across the tray, so they aren’t touching. You need to freeze the fruit until they are firm, which usually takes around two hours. Then, it’s onto the final stage of the process.
Transfer Your Peaches
As soon as the peaches are firm, you can transfer them to a container or a resealable freezer bag. If you opt to store them in a bag, be sure to remove as much air as possible. Here, your peaches should last between four and six months. That means you can enjoy those summer smoothies and fresh pancakes long after the season has come to an end.
Although it can sometimes feel as though peach season comes and goes before we know it, it turns out that we could enjoy our fruit for longer thanks to the simple way to freeze peaches. No longer do you have to long for their taste. Now, they will be waiting to fulfill all of your peach needs at a moment’s notice.