Thursday, August 5, 2010

Low-Calorie Peach Ice


When the mercury rises, cool down with a low-calorie peach ice.

Low-cal Peach Ice
Serves: 1 Lonely Dieter
1 can lite sliced peaches
Pour juice into a shallow plastic bowl. Freeze two hours or until firm. Using a fork, "rake" the mixture into a serving dish.
If you haven't eaten the sliced peaches, chop and add them to the liquid.





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30 comments:

  1. Michael! That looks SO refreshing! It's been so miserably steamy here. I've been thinking of you all- hope Trey is on the mend. Let me know
    xoxo Pattie

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  2. Oh, this peace ice looks delicious. I usually don't know what to do with the juices. Great idea and of course you present it so beautifully. Thanks for another Foodie Friday. I can't get enough!

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  3. Micheal Lee, That looks delicious and as usual, your photography is exquisite! Very refreshing for these hot days!
    Hugs and blessings, Beth

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  4. That looks absolutely refreshingly good!!!! Great for these steamy hot days we have been having. Hope to try it soon:)

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  5. That looks like what the doctor ordered for our extreme heat! Thanks for hosting :-)

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  6. thanks for this- 108 in houston today so this is very well timed thank you :)

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  7. I made some Watermelon Granita last week, and we all loved it.
    Your peach looks delish! Thanks for hosting another yummy FF!
    ~Liz

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  8. This looks absolutely delicious and refreshing! Peaches are perfect for this!!

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  9. Hi Gollum,

    It's been ages since I have blogged. Peach is my absolute favorite fruit to eat and smell!!!!! Uggghhh if only I had a can of peaches... my little chunky but would go freeze it right this instant! LOL

    I was looking through my past posts... and I must say, I REALLY MISS your writing exercises. They were brilliant and fun! I tried them out of a book, and they just weren't the same. :(

    Hope to see a PROMPT soon.. (hint hint)

    xoxoxoxoxo
    Donna Marie

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  10. This lonely dieter is going to try your frozen peach treat! La

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  11. The peach ice looks very refreshing! Thanks!

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  12. What a fantastic summer treat!

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  13. Looks refreshing and tasty!

    Pat
    www.critteralley.blogspot.com

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  14. That looks so refreshing for one lonely dieter :) One is the loneliest number...you need to rally the ranks! It does look beautiful. I love the first photo.

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  15. Your peach ice looks beautiful - what a cooling treat! Thanks for hosting Foodie Friday - Have a great weekend!

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  16. Your peach ice looks like something everyone at my house would love. Thanks for hosting your great parties each week. I find lots of fabulous ideas here!

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  17. What a refreshing (and frugal) idea. It always seems wasteful to me when we eat canned fruit to throw the juice away.

    Thanks for the carnival.

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  18. I've made something similar to this with mandarin oranges and we all loved it, so why has it been so long since I've made it again. The peach looks really good! Thanks for hosting another fantastic Foodie Friday!

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  19. Wow, peach ice looks nice! Love the first photo. :-)

    I linked up a post on our recent honey harvest. We have one beehive and got 4 gallons of raw, delicious, healthy honey!

    Shirley

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  20. after the kind of food I've been making.. light and refreshing is a great idea... looks wonderful too!

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  21. Hello Michael! I'm back to blogging after a short break and happy to be cooking once again ;)
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend and enjoy those refreshing Peach Ices...yum! Fondly, Roberta
    http://con-tain-it.typepad.com

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  22. Hi Micheal! Thanks for sharing the foodie love for us on this friday! My recipe is a slow and long cooked bolognese sauce ala mark bittman and it is delicious! :) Alex@amoderatelife

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  23. Perfect for a hot summer's day. Thanks for sharing the recipe...and the idea! I'm betting that other fruit juices/canned fruits will be interesting alternatives. I'm thinking pineapple...yum!
    Jane (artfully graced)

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  24. Great for my humid climate here in Singapore! Looks refreshing goood!

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  25. I think this sounds really good and certainly easy I bought peaches at the orchard yesterday and think I may try a peach sorbet this week. I need to avoid the cream style frozen goodies for a while!

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  26. This looks really great I'm going to try it for sure! I have a peach one where you put 1 or 2 peaches in a blender add one container of frozen pink lemonade concentrate and as much ice as your blender can handle! Put it is freezer and enjoy!!! Have a great week!!!:)

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  29. thanks for hosting . . . love this light peachy ice; so perfect for how hot it has been lately. please join my new fresh, clean, and pure (anything related to that) blog hop next friday when it launches. have a good one, bye for now, roz @ la bella vita

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