Fresh Peach Ninja Creami Sorbet

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This fresh peach ninja creami sorbet is sweet, creamy, and intensely peachy. Made with fresh peaches, cane sugar, and lemon juice this sweet frozen treat is healthy and the perfect way to cool off this summer.

Scoops of peach sorbet in a bowl.

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I love it when peaches are in season. They are one of my favorite summer fruits and they make the best peach sorbet. Many ninja creami peach sorbet recipes are made with canned peaches in syrup, but I really wanted the flavor of fresh summer ripe peaches to truly shine in this sorbet recipe. 

Close up image of creamy sorbet in a container.

Blended with a little bit of sugar and lemon juice for tang, this homemade peach sorbet is thick and creamy and truly a delight to enjoy on the back porch after a long day of summer fun, or whenever you are craving a healthy sweet treat. 

Homemade sorbet in the ninja creami is super quick and simple to make with your kids because you only need 3 ingredients and it takes 5 minutes of active prep time to make. 

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Recipe Ingredients

Ninja creami peach sorbet ingredients infographics.
  • Fresh Peaches – I used 3 medium peaches peeled and cut into chunks. Fresh fruit gives a much more intense flavor than frozen. You can use organic frozen peaches if it’s not peach season, just make sure to thaw them for at least 30 minutes before blending. 
  • Cane sugar – To give just a touch of sweetness and a soft texture to this sorbet. 
  • Lemon juice – Adds a slightly tangy flavor that complements the sweetness and natural tanginess of the fresh peaches perfectly. 

How to Make Fresh Peach Sorbet In The Ninja Creami

All ingredients, measurements, and instructions are in the recipe card at the bottom of this post.

Chopped peaches in a bowl ready to use for sorbet.

Step one. Rinse and peel peaches using a vegetable peeler, then cut them into chunks. 

Step two. Next, add the peaches to a blender with the cane sugar and lemon juice. Blend everything until smooth then pour it into a Ninja Creami pint container then top with a lid. Make sure the mixture doesn’t go over the max fill line.

Side view of blended sorbet in a container.
Close up image of frozen sorbet base in a container.

Step three. Place the container in the freezer on a level surface to freeze for at least 22 – 24 hours.

Step four. Once frozen, remove the lid then insert the pint container into the Ninja Creami outer bowl and then into the Ninja Creami ice machine. Press the SORBET button and let it run through the cycle. It usually takes under 2 minutes to complete. 

Peach sorbet right out the ninja creami ice cream machine.

How the sorbet looks straight out of the machine.

Close up image of creamy sorbet in a container.

Sorbet smoothed out with a spoon.

Step five. Remove the pint container from the machine. Your fresh peach sorbet should be nice and creamy, if not, add a splash of juice then run it through the RE-SPIN cycle until it reaches your desired consistency. 

Scoop of peach sorbet in a container with a spoon.

Step six. Scoop, serve, and enjoy!

Variations

Mix in fresh or frozen strawberries, they give this fresh peach sorbet a nice color and incredible flavor. 

Use frozen thawed peaches instead of fresh ones. Make sure to use organic peaches because they taste better than non-organic peaches. 

Use this peach sorbet as the base of a smoothie bowl topped with fresh strawberries or blueberries, more chunks of peaches, or your favorite granola.

Recommended Tools

Ninja Creami machine, this is the machine I have.

Pint containers, the machine comes with one pint container. I HIGHLY suggest getting a few more, because 24 hours is a LONG time to wait to make another batch!

Blender, I use this blender for almost everything and it’s the perfect size for these pint containers.

Citrus juicer, my family and I use this one every day.

Freezer-safe reusable containers, used to store any leftovers.

Sorbet in a bowl.

Pro Tips

  • Make sure the peach mixture doesn’t go over the max fill line. 
  • Once frozen the mixture might sometimes have a dome top, especially if I filled it right to the max fill line. I like to scrap that off and make sure it leveled before blending inside the Ninja Creami machine. 

How To Store/ Make Ahead

  • Storing. If you have any leftovers I like to transfer them to these ice cream storage containers so I use my Ninja Creami pint container to make another batch of sorbet! 
  • Freezer. Your sorbet can last for several weeks in the freezer if stored in an air-tight/freezer-safe container.
  • When you are ready to enjoy your leftovers, allow them to sit on the counter for 5 – 10 minutes before eating, so it won’t be as hard and have a creamy texture again. 
  • Make ahead. You can blend the ingredients together and then keep the sorbet base in the freezer until you are ready to blend it in your machine. 

Frequently Asked Questions  —

Do you really have to wait 24 hours for the Ninja Creami?

It’s recommended to wait at least 24 hours before blending to make sure your base is completely frozen solid because the machine won’t work properly if it’s not. Depending on your freezer it might take less time. I have had success after 22 hours. 

Can I just put frozen fruit in my Ninja Creami?

Only if you thaw the fruit first. Chunks of hard frozen fruit can possibly damage your Ninja Creami machine blades. It’s best to allow the fruit to thaw for 30 minutes or until it’s no longer icy before blending until smooth. 

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Side view of a scoop of sorbet in a container.

Fresh Peach Ninja Creami Sorbet

This fresh peach ninja creami sorbet is sweet, creamy, and intensely peachy. Made with fresh peaches, cane sugar, and lemon juice, this good-for-you frozen sweet treat is the perfect way to cool off this summer.
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Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Freezing time: 24 hours
Total Time: 24 hours 5 minutes
Servings: 3 servings or 1 pint
Calories: 156kcal
Cost: $5

Ingredients

  • 3 medium ripe peaches
  • 6 tablespoons cane sugar
  • 2 teaspoon fresh lemon juice

Instructions 

  • Start by rinsing and peeling your peaches using a vegetable peeler, then cut them into chunks. 
  • Add the peaches, cane sugar, and freshly squeezed lemon juice to a blender. Pureeing everything until smooth then pour the peach mixture into a Ninja Creami pint container, making sure it doesn’t go over the max fill line. 
  • Cover with a lid then freeze on a level surface for at least 22 – 24 hours. 
  • Once frozen, remove the lid then insert the pint container into the Ninja creami outer bowl, and then into the machine.
  • Press the SORBET button then allow it to run through the cycle, this usually takes under 2 minutes.
  • Scoop, serve, and enjoy!

Notes

If you want to use frozen peaches make sure to thaw them for at least 30 minutes before blending. 
If your sorbet appears a little crumbly add a splash or juice then run it through the RE-SPIN cycle until it reaches your desired texture.
 

Nutrition

Calories: 156kcal | Carbohydrates: 39g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 0.5g | Saturated Fat: 0.03g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.1g | Sodium: 20mg | Potassium: 187mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 37g | Vitamin A: 489IU | Vitamin C: 7mg | Calcium: 6mg | Iron: 1mg

All nutrition information is automatically generated and should be only used as a rough estimate. This recipe card may contain affiliate links.

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