Peach Coconut Sorbet

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This peach coconut sorbet is a healthy, refreshing vegan dessert that’s perfect for summer. It’s such an easy recipe to make!

Peaches are one of my favorite fruits, and there’s nothing like a refreshing sorbet on a summer evening.

Peach sorbet, peach buckle, peach oatmeal crisp, or just a plain old peach for a snack – these treats overwhelm our house during the summer when peaches go on sale. My family gets sick of peaches by the end of it all – everyone except me, that is. I could keep going well into the fall. Peach salsa, peach cake, peach smoothie, peach anything, really.

Aside from the peaches in my raspberry jam and some plain peaches for a snack, this vegan peach coconut sorbet was our first real peach dessert this summer. It’s not very sweet like a pre-packaged sorbet you would buy, but it’s very peachy, and the coconut milk gives it a great consistency.

Peaches in a food processor

I love the idea of keeping the skin on the peaches. It’s much easier to skip the peeling step, and the darker color of the skin beautifully dots the final product.

Try these other healthy homemade ice cream recipes and this iced tea with lemon sorbet for more sweet treats in the summer.

Peach Coconut Sorbet

This peach coconut sorbet features coconut milk and fresh peaches for a light, delicious dessert.
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Prep Time:15 minutes
Cook Time:0 minutes
Freeze Time:2 hours
Total Time:2 hours 15 minutes



  • Pit the peaches and puree them in a food processor.
  • Add the coconut cream, maple syrup, and lime juice, and mix in the food processor briefly to combine the flavors. Taste it to see if you want to add a little more syrup.
  • If you have an ice cream maker, churn the sorbet according to the manufacturer’s instructions, and then place it in an airtight container in the freezer for a couple hours to let the sorbet solidify. I use the KitchenAid Ice Cream Maker Attachment.
  • If you don’t have an ice cream maker, just put the sorbet directly from the food processor into the freezer.

Approximate Nutrition Info

Calories: 130kcal | Carbohydrates: 24g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 4g | Saturated Fat: 4g | Sodium: 4mg | Potassium: 297mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 20g | Vitamin A: 370IU | Vitamin C: 8mg | Calcium: 30mg | Iron: 1mg
Servings: 6
Calories: 130kcal
Cost: $.50 per serving

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Peach Coconut Sorbet Price Breakdown

This recipe costs $2.98 to make, or $.50 per ½ cup serving.  Making sorbet with sugar instead of maple syrup would bring the price down a bit, but this real food version is still a great bargain. Try this easy, healthy summer dessert when peaches are in season.

This peach coconut sorbet is a healthy, refreshing vegan dessert that's perfect for summer. It's such an easy recipe to make!


  1. What does everyone do with the stuff in the can of coconut milk after the cream is used? Just toss it into smoothies?

    1. You read my mind, Kinzie! I’m about to make a smoothie with the remainder of the coconut milk from a can I recently used. You could also use it as a substitute for another liquid in a baking recipe or for a sauce in an Asian noodle or salad recipe.

  2. This looks wonderful! I’ve been planning on hitting a local orchard for some fresh peaches and this would be a great way to use them!

  3. Oh my, this sounds so delicious!!! I love this yummy sorbet! Thank you for sharing at Fit and Fabulous Fridays!

  4. What a perfect way to cool down during these warm summer months 🙂 Thanks for sharing and linking up!

  5. Wow! Your sorbet looks delicious. I love both coconut and peach, but I have yet to try them together. What a great idea.

  6. Peach and coconut is new to me, and it sounds so indulgent! Great price for this homemade treat. 🙂

  7. I like it! Simple, and only 4 ingredients. It passes my laziness test and I have everything I need on hand. Perfect.

    1. Thanks! I love the term “laziness test” – I’m going to have to use that one!

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