Peach Royal (Peach Float)

This recipe was inspired by someone who sent me an email regarding my mango float  which I posted here few months ago, she said she will try it but she will use peach halves. So I tried to make one also but I made it in a simpler version.

By the way, you might ask me why I titled it as Peach Royal, well…it’s because some people called this recipe as peach royal and not a float. That’s it 🙂

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Ingredients:
1 can 425 g peach halves with syrup
1 can 170 g cream
½ can of 395 g condensed milk
Graham cracker/milk biscuits/ soda cracker or any biscuits of your choice
1 tbsp. unflavored gelatin powder (optional)

Directions:
1. Drain peach halves, reserve syrup, then slice thinly.
2. Mix together cream and milk until smooth.
3. In a clear dish, arrange 1 layer f biscuits at the bottom, add few slices of peach over the biscuits, then pour few amount of cream mixture over it. Cover again with biscuits and repeat procedure until all the mixture are done making the biscuits as the top layer to close it.
4. Mix syrup and gelatin powder, boil over low heat for about 3 minutes.
5. Pour the gelatin mixture over the top layer of the peach float.
6. Refrigerate or Freeze for an hour before serving. Garnish with few slices of peach halves if desired.

Note: You can also simply add the syrup to the cream and milk mixture like what I usually did and omit 4 and 5 directions.

Related Post:
Mango Float

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2 Responses

  1. what brand of cream do you use?

  2. Hi Nancy, I used Nestle Cream 🙂 thanks for dropping by!

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