Homemade Peach Soda

Homemade Peach Soda Syrup is perfect for a lightly sweetened fizzy refreshment on a summer day. Made with 3 ingredients, this easy recipe might become your go to all summer long!



We have a nifty drink mate machine in the kitchen. But, the prepackaged syrups are not my favorite. I don't really like the flavors available, so I decided to make my own.



Last summer I made a homemade cherry orange soda syrup that was pretty amazing.  This year, I made peach for my daughter Harper, who loves soda. She adored the light color and the flavor. I loved that I knew exactly what she was drinking and had no concerns about caffeine. Plus, with this syrup you can control how much sugar the kids consume. 


Homemade Peach Soda Syrup
Ingredients:

2 cups of sugar
2 pounds of peaches
2 cups of water


Directions:

Slice the peaches in quarters. You can peel them OR leave the skin on, it doesn't matter.
Add sugar, water and peaches to a medium sauce pan.
Heat over medium heat, for about 30 minutes.
Stir often to prevent boiling.
Allow to cool and store in mason jars in the fridge.
Add to carbonated water or club soda to create a refreshing drink. For my kids, I think 1/2 ounce is adequate to properly flavor and sweeten the drink. You might prefer a sweeter soda and use 1 to .5 ounces of syrup.


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3 comments:

  1. I can't wait to make this for David who loves Peaches as he can take it to work to have something besides water to drink

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  2. I make my own lavender syrup but I haven't tried peach! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

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