If you look back through my blog, you’ll discover that I kinda like drinking. No, not that kind of drinking. Welllll, not often anyway. I’m too old and wimpy and can’t handle booze well. I start giggling like a 16 year old girl out on a hot date with the football team captain. Then I fall asleep. And drool.
But I mean… just…drinking. I am a tea addict and happy about it 🙂 I love pop even though I am aware of how bad it is for me. To my credit, I only consume about 2 cans worth a week usually. I also love milk shakes and any creamy drinks as evidenced by the key lime shake I have posted and the coconut mocha frappuccino wanna be I posted. I also don’t have them often because I’d like to keep my weight UNDER a ton. This is the same reason I don’t eat much of what I make for the blog as much as I’d love to because it’s yummy! If I did, we’d have to reinforce the bed frame. And the house. And quite possibly the earth. I’d tilt it off of its axis or something and we’d all end up on Venus with all of you giving me dirty looks.
But I can not tell a lie (just call me George). The shake that I made tonight? I drank it all. Well, almost. The boys are staying the night at friends across the street & Zach (my 14 year old) came in when I was drinking it & I kindly let him have the dregs from the blender. hey; there was enough left for him! And I was proud that I didn’t just tell him no and hide myself somewhere safe with the blender cuddled to my chest.
I had some raspberries and a peach that I needed to use up and the dessert Peach Melba popped into my head. But that was way more trouble than I felt like going to. I’m lazy; what can I say? I wanted my fruit and ice cream NOW dammit! So I made a shake! Yep. A nice creamy oh so bad for me shake. But wait! It has fruit in it… REAL fruit… not just fruit flavor and chemical dye number 3000. So I can tell myself that it’s good for me right?
This is nice and tart from the fruit (thus why you have to add a touch of powdered sugar or it’s TOO tart) and while I usually prefer really thick shakes, I was quite happy with the fact that this one isn’t so thick. It made it easier to drink quickly 😀
Peach Melba Shake
- 1/2 cup fresh raspberries
- 1 medium peach,Â chopped (about 1/2 cup)
- 1/2 cup milk (soy milk, cream, whatever trips your trigger)
- 1 cup peach ice cream or peach frozen yogurt (can sub vanilla)
- splash vanilla extract
- whipped cream and fruit for garnish
- Obviously this is pretty easy. Put it all in the blender and..well… blend 😛 then garnish with whipped cream and more fruit.
- This direction is for nothing. I just felt like it looked empty without more directions.
- This one too. Ok, that should be enough now. 😀
What a wonderful combination! I’ll have to try raspberries and peaches together sometime in a shake! Sounds amazing!!!
I’m like you by the way when it comes to alcohol. I have half a beer and I start getting all giggly. 🙂 I enjoy having a beer, a glass of wine, or a mixed drink from time to time, but since I don’t drink that much, it doesn’t take much for it to affect me. 🙂
Thanks Sheila! And I am soooo glad to know that know that I’m not the only alcohol wimp 😛
Peaches, raspberry and cream….mmmmm…divine! Loved your blog. Would come back for more!
First of all, this looks so yummy!
Second, I started blogstalking you at white trash and you are my new favorite. Thanks for all the grins and good food ideas! 🙂
Me? A favorite of someone? How cool!! Thanks for telling me that Lynne. That makes my day.
Raspberries and peaches….I think I have some of both. I need to get a small container of ice-cream and make this for my hubby. I’ll have a sip. Any more than that and I think my doc will pop a vein!
You could always do it with soy milk and sugar free frozen yogurt Ann 🙂
Such a great idea!! Especially on a hot day like this!!
Thanks Steph. It was pretty yummy 😀
You flung a craving on me!
Yay me!! I mean…erhmmm…. my bad; sorry. 😛
This shake looks awesome!!!
Why thank you ma’am!
I just tried this. Omg you are genius. I have this insatiable craving for peaches. And coconut. But raspberries work just fine. Thank you for such a great recipe.