Yields14 Servings
Prep Time15 minsCook Time1 hr 15 minsTotal Time1 hr 30 mins

 

AuthorJessica Lee ReaderCategoryDifficultyIntermediate

 

Vitalized Peach Butter is a flavorful low-sugar sweet topping or side.

 

Vitalized Peach Butter

Happiness it a basket of fresh peaches that you nurtured and picked with love. There is something special about planting a peach tree and watching it grow over a few years. From the moment I picked out the peach tree, I felt grateful. My husband and I planted it about 20 feet in front of our kitchen window three years ago. Every time I am in the kitchen I glance at it with admiration. This year was its most bountiful harvest and I knew exactly what I wanted to make with it... You guessed it Peach Butter!!


Below is my recipe. I am not a fan of added sugars, however, I did add a few teaspoons of local honey, vanilla extract, lemon juice, and cinnamon to spice it a little. If you want your house to smell like Autumn try this recipe. Next time I will make this in the crock-pot. It was almost 100 degrees when we made this so we opted for the stove-top recipe. You can blend this to your preferred consistency and even peel the skin. I kept the peach skin on and only pulsed it a little for chunkier-style peach butter. 

Ingredients

 

 9 cups fresh peaches
 3 tsp lemon juice
 3 tsp local honey
 3 tsp vanilla extract
 3 tsp cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice

 

Directions

 

1

Slice peaches open and remove the pit. It is optional to peel the skin. I left mine on.

Peach Butter

2

Place 9-cups of peaches in a blender.
Add in lemon juice, honey, vanilla extract, and cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice.
You can always add more flavor so I suggest starting with 3 teaspoons of each.
Pulse to your desired consistency.
Place in a large bowl and simmer on the stove-top for at least 75-minutes and until sauce thickens.
Stir frequently and adjust the flavors to your preference. Cook to desired level of thickness.

Blender Peach Butter

3

Serve warm, can in a mason jar, or place in a seal-tight lid and enjoy within 2-weeks.
As you can see, I like some texture to my peach butter, if you want it completely smooth blend it to smoothness. Either way, it is delicious! Enjoy!!

Peach Butter

If you are ready to step your food processing experience up a notch then I recommend the Ninja Precision Processor. It is an all-in-one appliance that spiralizes, chops, mixes, and purées. So why not step it up a notch and get on board with the party?!

 

 

 

 

 

Ninja Precision Food Processor with Auto-Spiralizer 400W BPA-free - NN310A

Recipe content ©2019 Vitalized Body, Jessica Lee Reader. All rights reserved.

 

 

Ingredients

 9 cups fresh peaches
 3 tsp lemon juice
 3 tsp local honey
 3 tsp vanilla extract
 3 tsp cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice

Directions

1

Slice peaches open and remove the pit. It is optional to peel the skin. I left mine on.

Peach Butter

2

Place 9-cups of peaches in a blender.
Add in lemon juice, honey, vanilla extract, and cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice.
You can always add more flavor so I suggest starting with 3 teaspoons of each.
Pulse to your desired consistency.
Place in a large bowl and simmer on the stove-top for at least 75-minutes and until sauce thickens.
Stir frequently and adjust the flavors to your preference. Cook to desired level of thickness.

Blender Peach Butter

3

Serve warm, can in a mason jar, or place in a seal-tight lid and enjoy within 2-weeks.
As you can see, I like some texture to my peach butter, if you want it completely smooth blend it to smoothness. Either way, it is delicious! Enjoy!!

Peach Butter

Vitalized Peach Butter
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