Roasted Peach and Strawberry Fizz
Delightful spring mocktail – roasted peach and strawberry fizz!
Yey, so excited about this recipe!!!
This drink to me is like pie. You know the feeling, when you take out a pie and all the syrupy juices are sizzling around the fruit? And the smell… so good 🙂 This is like a pie in a glass 🙂
And I love it!
This roasted peach and strawberry fizz is soooo simple. Sometimes, I can’t belive, how many great thing you can do, with so little. This is definitely one of them! 🙂
All you’ll need to do is cut peaches and strawberries in half, roast them and blend them. Then add a little apple juice, preferably homemade or organic, and some sprakling water. And there it is.
A perfect spring drink!
While we’re on the spring subject. Spring has been awfull this year in Slovenia. Ugh, my tomato, pepper and chilli plants are barely holding on in thir tiny cups, just waiting to be planted outside.
But its so COLD. I mean, I make drinks like this, just to feel like it’s spring. It’s a crime!
But good news… Today it is sunny and we’re having a big picnic party for my brother’s and friend’s 30th birthday.
Lots of people, lots of good food, beer, friends. That’s what I call spring. Hopefuly, the weather will hold and let us have the party we deserve 🙂
Now, go on… try the the recipe 🙂
ROASTED PEACH AND STRAWBERRY FIZZ
- 3 peaches
- 600 g strawberries
- 1 1/2 cup apple juice
- 1 1/2 sparkling water
- abundance of crushed ice
Preheat the oven to 175 °C.
Cut peaches in half and remove the pit. Cut strawberries in half. Place the fruit on a baking tray lined with baking paper and roast for 25 minutes.
Take the tray out and leave to cool for 10 minutes or more.
Remove the skins from peaches and blend the flesh together with apple juice in a blender to get a smooth pureé.
Blend the strawberries separately.
Divide the strawberry pureé into 6 glasses and add ice. Pour the peach and apple juice mixture over ice and add sparkling water.
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Oh. My. Yum. This looks perfect for a hot summer day!
Thanks a lot, Sarah 🙂 I’m happy you like it!
Those are so cute! I love how colorful they are. Definitely perfect for summer even if the weather doesn’t feel like it yet. (It’s been SO rainy here, too!)
Aw, Liz, you are so kind! Summer weather has been on and off here, but these refreshing drinks are great in any weather 🙂
I love the name of your website but more importantly this recipe sounds amazing, not only that your photography is breathtaking. You did a tremendous job overall, love it!
Oh, Charla, thank you so much! I’m glad you like it 🙂
Oh gosh, this looks so amazing! I love how simple it is. Looks so refreshing and so beautiful 🙂
Lovely to have you here, Becca. Thank you for your nice words 🙂
What absolutely beautiful photographs – the colours pop so much and I love the muted turquoise background. And the drink looks really good, nice and simple but full flavoured 😀
Hi, Jo! Thank you so much for stopping by. I’m glad you like the fizz 🙂