Our Good Life participates in affiliate marketing and other forms of advertising. We only recommend products and services we believe in and think they will be of use to you.

Fresh Peach Daiquiri

Welcome to Stone Fruit Week!  All this week we are sharing recipes with you with our favorite stone fruits. What is a stone fruit, you ask?  Great question!  Let me give you a little lesson on stone fruits. I can't help it. It's the teacher in me.

Stone fruit is any fruit that has a pit, or "stone" in the center of it. My favorites and the highlights for the week are peaches, cheeses, and mangoes.  I wrote about peaches here yesterday, so I won't repeat much except to say that I am partial to Calhoun County, Illinois, peaches.  Each fruit has its own unique way to pit it.  I described how to pit peaches in the post above, so let's talk about cherries.

Just a little review on pitting a peach.
I pit my cherries using a metal straw. I poke the straw from the stem end, pushing down, until the stone releases. Cherries are juicy and leave a purple-red juice, so be sure to protect your countertops.  I like to use my old Silpat mat. Do you see any hint of an old Silpat? No, you don't. This is how I know to protect your countertops. 😝

To pit a mango, that's a really different process.  Find the center of the mango and run a knife horizontally around it. Remove the top part of the mango,  cut around the pit in the bottom half and slide it out.

I will tell you that this is not the traditional way to remove the pit from a mango but it sure works for me!

Yield: 4

Peach Daiquiri

Fresh peaches are so sweet that you need only a little sugar to make these stand out.
prep time: 15 Mcook time: total time: 15 M


  • 3 small peaches, pits removed, and sliced
  • 1 T fresh lime juice
  • 1/4 c sugar
  • 4 oz of rum (or more if you like your drinks stronger)
  • 3 c ice
  • 4 small slices of peach
  • 4 mint leaves


How to cook Peach Daiquiri

  1. In your blender layer ingredients:  ice, peaches, sugar, rum.  
  2. Run blender until all ingredients are blended and resemble ice cream.
  3. Pour into glasses, garnish with mint and a peach slice
Fat (grams)
Sat. Fat (grams)
Carbs (grams)
Fiber (grams)
Net carbs
Sugar (grams)
Protein (grams)
Sodium (milligrams)
Cholesterol (grams)
Created using The Recipes Generator

Check out all the yummy recipes for Stone Fruit Week:

Cherry Lavender Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookies from The Spiffy Cookie

Grilled Peaches with Blueberry Syrup from Blogghetti

Individual Plum Crisps from Hezzi-D's Books and Cooks

Mango Pistachio Popsicles from A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures

Peach, Bacon, and Brie Panini from Sweet Beginnings

Peach Blueberry Mini Trifles from Palatable Pastime

Peach Daiquiri from Our Good Life

Plum Picking + Plum-Rosemary Jam from Culinary Adventures with Camilla

Stone Fruit Gallete from Everyday Eileen

Vegan Peaches and Cream Layer Cake from The Baking Fairy

These awesome events wouldn't be possible without a lot of hard work. Thank you to Heather from Hezzi-D’s Books & Cooks for putting #StoneFruit week together for our band of bloggers!

Would you like to comment?

  1. I'm not sure I've ever made a daiquiri but I can totally get behind this tasty beverage!

  2. I've only ever had a strawberry daiquiri, but these peach daiquiris sound amazing, can't wait to try them!

  3. Can you believe I have never had a daiquiri before? I love the sound of this peach one!!

  4. I'm making these this weekend with the peaches we got from the orchard!!

  5. Rum and I are not usually friends, but I might have to make an exception for this recipe, Terri. Looks delicious!

  6. What a refreshing and delicious looking drink. The tips and tricks are helpful.


Welcome! If you liked what you read, please take a moment to share by tweeting, pinning or yumming! Much appreciated!