Homemade peaches and cream milk: Sugar and spice and everything nice.

That’s what I’m made of. Seriously, could I be a better girl? Would it be humanly possible?


OK, so all I did was try and recreate some of the boything’s favorite milk, Promised Land Peaches and Cream. Why not just save yourself all that time and grueling, grueling effort and just buy some, you ask? Well, I’ll tell you why. It’s a summer thing and, like the snocones and warm weather, it drifts away beginning now.

Oh. Wait. I live in Texas. Warm–nay, sweltering weather never goes away. Ever. Ugh.

Anyway, so, at Fiesta today I decided to make some of the stuff on my own. Granted, I’ve never had the Promised Land kind–I got here a bit late for it, apparently–but this is stuff is good. I’m gonna get a little cocky and say that it’s better than the bottled stuff. How can I say that having never had the other stuff? Educated guess. I used whole milk, a fresh peach per cup, and real sugar. Can that compete with “peach flavor” as an ingredient? I doubt it.

Peachier color in person:
peach milk n pitcha

This was something of a caution-to-the-wind experiment, but the only real trouble was it deciding to leak out of my food processor midway. I just freaked out a little and moved on. Not much lost, maybe a 1/4 cup.

The peaches this summer haven’t been great, so if you have better, sweeter ones, you might not need to add as much sugar. I spent a good fifteen minutes smelling every single peach at Fiesta, think I did a decent job in the end.

But seriously. I’m expecting a proposal.

Peaches and Cream Milk
4 cups whole milk
4 fresh peaches, peeled, pitted, and quartered
5 tablespoons white sugar

Purée the peaches with two cups of the milk until very smooth. Add in the rest of the milk and the sugar and purée again. Strain mixture through a fine sieve and chill for at least an hour or two. Tada!

About theStylistQuo

I'm a twentysomething living in Memphis, TN committed to the idea that we've lost the art of living. I'm here to help you bring it back! I adore food and entertaining, classic style steeped in a little bit of trendiness, and traveling. I'd be delighted to show you how to prepare the very best filet mignon, style trends in a way that won't make you groan when you see photos in ten years, and create the perfect playlist to set the mood for a party. I am the Stylist Quo. This is my answer to the lost art of living; this is my idea of how to bring style into every crevice of your life.
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2 Responses to Homemade peaches and cream milk: Sugar and spice and everything nice.

  1. idwsj says:

    I have never heard of peaches and milk as a drink before. This is something I may have to attempt.

  2. legallyeating says:

    i’ve only ever had one sip, and that was of mine. not bad at all.

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