Peach Cherry Frozen Limeade

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Peach Cherry Frozen Limeade

Oh my, it’s such a busy and energetically charged time right now. There is something about the start of summer, we are surround by so much abundance and many reasons to celebrate. There are many fun and exciting things happening right now, so much going on and so much to share with all of you. First and most importantly, my parents are here visiting, which of course wins for the best thing ever. Also, super exciting, the first episode of our brand new podcast, the So Let’s Hang Out Podcast, officially launched, yesterday (eeek!!). On this premiere episode, my co-host Gina and I chat about “first times”, we share some juicy gluten-free gossip and we even offer some actual constructive advice about healthy snacking. Our podcast is all about not taking yourself or your life very seriously, we just want to create a virtual space for hanging out, laughing and having a good time. We hope our little podcast can help brighten up your days and maybe offer a little helpful advice, once in a while, too!

We have also announced the June Yoga and Yummies event. Saturday, June 20th, we will be getting together once again here in Long Beach for an afternoon of yoga, delicious gluten-free food, friends and community. We will be celebrating the summer solstice with a flow-based, all-levels yoga class celebrating the abundance of the earth and the sun’s blessing of warmth and light.

Extra exciting, every attendee of Yoga and Yummies will receive a reusable napkin made from recycled & salvaged materials plus a set of beautiful bamboo cutlery from OUR friends at Yellow 108. Be sure to RSVP so that you can receive your set.

Peach Cherry Frozen Limeade

Last,  but definitely not least, this evening I am hosting a cooking demo at the Whole Foods here in Long Beach, CA. This FREE Summer Eats inspired demo features some of the best of what the season has to offer! Plus, not only are all of the recipes gluten-free, but they are also paleo and vegan-friendly, too! A little something for everyone. Come on out, if you are a local – I’d love to meet you.

So, what does all of this have to do with Peach Cherry Frozen Limeade, you ask? Well not a whole ton, exactly, but my seasonal-loving friends, I will be making this frosty limeade this evening at my Summer Eats Cooking Demo at Whole Foods. Peaches and cherries in ice-cold, slushie form. Could it get any more seasonal right now?

Peach Cherry Frozen Limeade

This frozen limeade makes an amazing refreshing summer drink, perfect for celebrating all of life’s exciting moments. It’s frosty and smooth, sweet and tart. If you want to dress it up a little, try adding your favorite tequila and a little triple sec for a tasty summer margarita.

Peach Cherry Frozen Limeade
[print_this]Peach Cherry Frozen Limeade (or Margarita)
serves 2-4

  • 2 fresh peaches, pitted and quartered
  • 1 cup frozen pitted cherries
  • 1/2 cup fresh lime juice
  • 2 cups filtered water
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup or honey (use more or less, to your taste)
  • 1 cup ice

Optional:

  • Triple Sec
  • Tequila

Add all of the ingredients to your high speed blender, blend until well mixed and frosty. Give it a taste and adjust your sweetener to your liking, add more ice, if necessary. Serve immediately or add some tequila and triple sec and give it another blend, for a tasty seasonal margarita! [/print_this]

2 Responses

  1. Summer in a glass! So excited that so many wonderful things are happening with you 🙂

  2. Saunier says:

    This must be delicious and perfect for hot summer days! I love that kind of drinks 🙂

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