These peach frozen yogurt popsicles are a delicious way to unwind this summer. Plus, they’re even good for you! It’s like a smoothie on a stick! What’s not to love?

All you need is a blender, some popsicles molds, and the following ingredients:

  • 1 cup of vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 2/3 cup of peaches (fresh or canned or jarred)
  • 1/3 cup of orange juice

Now, all you have to do is blend these ingredients together, pour into your popsicle molds, and freeze them until they’re completely frozen (this usually takes 4-6 hours).

This should make about 4-5 popsicles, so if you want to make more, double (or triple!) the ingredients and fill more molds!

It really is that easy!

If you can’t make it down to our country store to pick up fresh peaches, we offer a variety of jarred peaches that will do the trick in our online store.

Peach appetizers

The best part of December is the invitations to holiday and New Year’s Eve parties. We like to add a bit of elegance to our parties with fancy appetizers and treats. The list below has some of our favorite ways to include peaches in the party menu.

To purchase our delicious Georgia peaches for your recipes, visit our online shop.

Peach presents

Who needs slippers, neckties, and coffee mugs? This year, give unique gifts to your friends and family from Georgia Peach World.

We’re launching a contest to last all of October. Here’s the deal :

  • Submit a drawing for a t-shirt and have a chance to have it made on our next batch of shirts!
  • It needs to be peach themed and family friendly, and it needs to be one main image for the front of a shirt
  • All applicants will receive a free Georgia Peach World Stylus and Screen Cleaner Pen
  • Submissions start Oct. 1 through Oct. 31st

Winner will receive a Georgia Peach World Tervis Tumbler and one of their own shirts with their design!

Please submit all entries customerservicegpw@gmail.com.

Peach Pie

Thanksgiving is all about tasty treats, family memories, and recipe traditions. This year, start a new tradition by incorporating one of these delicious peach-inspired recipes into your family’s meal.

To purchase our tasty Georgia peaches for your recipes, visit our online shop.

Peach Ice Cream

Three day weekends are made for barbecues with all your favorite people. Whether you are hosting or attending as a guest, these recipes will make you the star of the party.  

To purchase our tasty Georgia peaches for your recipes, visit our online shop.

Here’s a great ice breaker for the party when you meet new people. When was the first time you ever ate a peach?

August means it’s back to school time for most families. It’s not easy to get started in the mornings. But with these great peach breakfast ideas, you might get all the smiling faces in your family at the table a little quicker.

To purchase our tasty Georgia peaches for your recipes, visit our online shop.

Peaches has been alive in Georgia since the 1500s. Let’s take a look at their origin story.

16th century– Franciscan monks bring peaches to the “Georgia” area.

18th century– Cherokee Indians grow peaches in “Georgia”.

1850s– Horticulturists begin a selective breeding campaign for peaches and other fruits.

1865– Peach production shifts into high gear after the Civil War as farmers look to replace cotton crops.

1870s– Samuel Henry Rumph introduces the Elberta peach to Georgia.

1889-1924– The number of trees growing southern peaches increases by 5x.

1922-1926– Peach blossom festivals begin as a way to tell the story of the Georgia peach.

1928– Georgia growers sell 8 million bushels annually.

1951– Raphael Moses is the first to market peaches in Georgia and sell peaches outside of the South.

1950-1965– Growers lobby for a new peach laboratory in Georgia to help increase the life of peach trees.

1995– The peach becomes the official fruit of Georgia.

Today– Georgia produces 2.8 million bushels of peaches every year.

 

Long live the Georgia peach!

 

Article Sources:

http://www.todayingeorgiahistory.org/content/georgia-peach-official-state-fruit

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/fuzzy-history-georgia-peach-180964490/

Did you know that Georgia Peach World sells homemade salad dressings? We offer Vidalia Onion Creamy Dressing, Peachy Peach Vinaigrette, and Southern Peach Vinaigrette in our specialty shop. These tasty dressings are great for salad, dipping sauce, or as marinade for meats.

Stop by the store or order these delicious dressings online today!

If you’re like us, then you are already planning your great potluck dish to bring to a Memorial Day BBQ. You’re in luck because we are sharing some of our favorites below. Bring a little southern taste from Georgia Peach World to your parties with these unique peach recipes.