Spicy White Peach Lemonade

Spicy White Peach Lemonade

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Being a Seattle girl, I have always known how lucky we were to have gorgeous Washington State fruit at our fingertips. In the fall it’s all about apples and in the summer it is stone fruit that charms our taste buds and fills our table.

Spicy White Peach Lemonade

Everything from cherries and apricots in early summer, and now the peaches and nectarines are my absolute passion! I was so excited when the Washington State Fruit Board sent me this AMAZING package. The smell of the gorgeous ripe fruit was enough to get me so inspired and I hopped right into the kitchen to get to work making a bunch of beautiful recipes.

Spicy White Peach Lemonade

One of my very favorites was this beautiful Spicy White Peach Lemonade.

Spicy White Peach Lemonade

Juicy sweet Washington State white peaches and fresh spicy red chili bring a whole new life to old fashioned homemade lemonade. Sweet, sour and a subtle spiciness is the most delicious and exciting way to enjoy summer sipping! You will surprise and delight friends and family with this incredible combination. Enjoy!


Recipe: Spicy White Peach Lemonade


  • 2 large white peaches, quartered and pit removed
  • 1 red Fresno chili, thinly sliced
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 cup of fresh squeezed lemon juice
  • 2 cups water
  • White peach and lemon slices for garnish


  1. In a medium pot over medium heat, bring the peaches, chili, sugar and water to a simmer for 5 minutes until the sugar has dissolved and the peaches have softened.
  2. Transfer the contents to the jar of a blender and puree on high until you have a smooth peach puree. Set aside to cool.
  3. When the peach puree has cooled, pour it into a pitcher filled with ice.
  4. Add the lemon juice and the water and stir well.
  5. Keep chilled and pour over ice. Garnish with the peach and lemon slices to serve.

Preparation time: 10 minute(s)

Cooking time: 5 minute(s)

Number of servings (yield): 8

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  1. Oh this looks and sounds excellent! I am thirsty just looking at it! Pinned! White peaches are such a treasure!

  2. And p.s. it’s National Lemonade Day today! Not sure if you planned it, but your timing is totally perfect!

  3. There are so many amazing chiles in my farmer’s market right now, I can’t wait to grab some and try this. I wouldn’t even miss the booze in a such a glorious drink!

    • Thanks Sue- then again- you could always add some booze! Vodka would be amazing :)

  4. Really cool recipe! Having a bum toe is not slowing you down one bit!

  5. Vicki B says:

    Just wow!

  6. Maria says:

    Such a pretty drink! Love it!

  7. Gaby says:

    This looks insanely delish!! I’m so jealous that you get to live up in the PNW with all that amazing produce :)

  8. Eileen says:

    I could definitely get behind a huge pitcher of this! Love the idea of adding hot chile pepper for a subtle kick.

  9. marla says:

    Really nice flavors in this cocktail Heather!

  10. White peaches in tangy drinkable form? Sounds incredible!

  11. This is gorgeous! I love white peaches and the combination of that with this kickin’ lemonade sounds like summer perfection!

    • Thank you so much Julie! It is seriously the most incredible combination!

  12. Jenny Flake says:

    What a perfect gorgeous lemonade Heather! I’d gladly welcome this at our dinner table :) Perfect!!

    • Thanks Jenny! I thought it would be perfect for Labor Day!

  13. Loving the spice in this! Awesome summer drink :)

  14. Bri says:

    What a fun recipe! Going to make it this afternoon….with vodka :)

    • I don’t blame you Bri- I would like to be doing the same!

  15. Wow. This looks amazing! Perfect for the summer!

  16. Michelle says:

    Looks amazing! Question: is this a “pulpy-thick” consistency? In your pictures, the drink looks light and thin but reading the recipe, it sounds like it might be thick. Did you strain the puree?

    • I have a really serious blender Michelle, so it would have rally pureed everything. I am sure there is a little pulp, but it would have settled towards the bottom. Not thick. you could strain if your blender isn’t hard core?

  17. Marsha says:

    Looks and sounds yummy. Can`t wait to try it!!