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Is Favored Water Ok To Drink. I Like Peach Or Lemon. Are Peaches Ok To Eat And Is Milk Ok To Drink.

Recipes using peaches/ canned peaches?

Pecan Peach Delight

1 Large can Peaches with syrup
1 butter pecan cake mix
1 stick of real butter
1 package 4 ounce pecan pieces

Pour peaches with juice into 13 x 9 baking pan, sprinkle dry cake mix over peaches evenly, melt stick of butter then pour it evenly over cake mix; sprinkle pecan pieces over all, evenly.

Bake at 350* ,35 min's or until top is golden brown...this is delish!)

Will eating fruits while having a sore throat make the sore throat worse? Are there specific fruits that would make the sore throat worse?

You can eat anything that doesn't make the soreness worse for you. There are very few things that will actually hinder you getting better except, and these two are important- pineapple and papaya ( paw paw). They both contain proteolytic enzymes . These,as the name implies, digest protein. They're used as meat tenderizer. You can imagine what they'd do to your sore throat. They really could damage the tissues. Otherwise eat what you feel like eating that you find comfortable and able to swallow. Common sense will probably be your guide. Milk is fine an soothing as is honey. And no, milk does not make mucus;)

Can a person with an allergy eat the artificial flavors of the thing they’re allergic to?

I’m going to say it depends—it depends on just how ‘artificial’ the flavor is. If it’s totally artificial—i.e. not at all derived from your allergen? Then probably (I am not a doctor, so please do not take this as medical advice!) But if it contains the actual ingredient? Then no! My son is allergic to kiwi and we avoid anything that says kiwi flavoring just in case; it’s just not worth it. But a lot of things say they’re ‘kiwi’ flavored/are green, but when you read the ingredients there is no actual kiwi in it. HOWEVER, with any non-top-8 allergen (top 8 ONLY includes: wheat/egg/tree nuts/peanuts/shellfish/fish/milk/soy) in the U .S. they do NOT have a legal obligation to call it out in the ‘natural flavorings’ or ‘spices’ listed in the ingredients. So for sesame and mustard, for instance, we do NOT eat a food that just says ‘spices’ on the label without calling the company. Same could be true for natural flavoring. So again, it depends on which allergy you’re talking about. There are, for instance, many dairy-free ‘cheeze’ flavored products on the market—but b/c dairy is a top 8 food, here in the U.S. if that food actually contained ANY dairy? It would legally HAVE to state that on the label, somewhere. So in that case—a dairy allergic person could eat the artificial butter or dairy flavor. But an artificial kiwi flavoring could sure contain some kiwi.This is another issue which makes life so difficult for those suffering from ‘non top 8’ allergens.

Good Peach Cobbler?

Easy Peach Cobbler

1 large can of slice peaches in heavy syrup
1 cup self rising flour
1 cup sugar
1 cup milk
1 stick margarine
Pinch of sugar for dusting


Preheat oven to 400 degrees. In a 9 x 13 pan cut up margarine into chunks in pan. Put pan in oven just until it is melted. Watch this carefully because it melts very fast and you don't want it to brown. Remove from oven and pour peaches and syrup into melted butter. I usually take a spatula and evenly cut peaches a bit smaller. Just swirl them evenly through out margarine. Once oven is preheated combine together sugar and flour in a bowl. Add milk. Combine by hand with spoon. Pour this mixture evenly on top of the peaches and margarine. DO NOT STIR! I usually take a pinch of sugar and dust the top of this. Bake in oven for about 45 minutes (give or take a few) until very golden brown. The crust will rise to the top. Its great served warm with vanilla ice cream. Super easy and super tasty not to mention cheap to make. Enjoy!

How can you make smoothies with water?

I routinely do this.If you simply blend fruits with water, the emphasis is on the fruits. The last time I did this, I used some fresh peaches, water, lemon juice, and a little sugar. I don’t know if you could call it a smoothie—perhaps “peach lemonade” would have been more appropriate—but it was absolutely delicious.If you are using whole nuts, you will grind the nuts with water first to make nut milk, then add the rest of the ingredients. It is much better to make your own nut milk, because that way you can control how many nuts you want to add to your smoothie, as well as additional things like sugar and salt.If you are using Greek yogurt, you should definitely add some water to bring the consistency back up to drinkable. I prefer to add Greek yogurt plus water instead of regular yogurt: you have tighter control over the amount of liquid you’re adding; Greek yogurt has a sweeter, richer, flavor, even when diluted; and Greek yogurt doesn’t break or curdle. I even prefer using just a spoonful of Greek yogurt plus a cup of water instead of a cup of milk for those reasons.

Is eating fruits while drinking coffee unhealthy?

It is not unhealthy at all. If you really love that combination, just enjoy. However, fruits are nature's great gift with lot of nutrition. Fruits and coffee need different enzymes to digest. So, while you enjoy this combination, don't always mix fruits with coffee or any other cooked food so that you get complete nutrition from the fruits.

Does anyone have a copycat recipe for Ben & Jerry´s ¨Willie Nelson's Country Peach Cobbler¨ ice cream?

I just got an ice cream maker as a wedding gift, and this is my husband´s favorite ice cream flavor of all time. I would love to surprise him for his birthday next week with my own version. I´ve never had it, so I´m not quite sure what goes in it besides peaches.

Different Smoothie Flavors?

Peachy watermelon smoothie:3 cups watermelon, 1 cup low-fat yogurt,1 cup strawberries, 1/2 cup peach juice

Orange creamsicle Smoothie:1/2 cup milk,1/2 cup orange juice, 1/4 cup orange tang,2 tbsp. sugar, 1 tsp. vanilla extract, 2 cubes ice.

Banana-peanut butter smoothie:1/2 cup milk,1 ripe banana,1/4 cup jiff peanut butter,2 tbsp honey,6 ice cube, (optional toppings: whipped cream , chocolate sprinkles)

Berry Smoothie:1 cup milk,1 cup frozen strawberries,1 cup frozen raspberries,3 tbsp sugar,1 ice cube

Pineapple Smoothie:1 1/2 cup pineapple juice, 1 cup 1% buttermilk,2 cups ice cubes,2 8 ounce cups crushed pineapples,1/4 cup sugar

Banana-berry smoothie:1 cup strawberries,1 banana,1 cup peaches, 1 cup apples, 1 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt,1 1/2 cup ice cubes, 1/2 cup milk

Strawberry-banana protein smoothie:1 banana,1/4 cup strawberries,10 whole almonds,2 tbsp water, 1 cup ice cubes, 3 tbsp chocolate flavored protein powder

Peanut butter and Jelly Smoothie:2 cups milk, 2 tbsp blackberry jelly,2 tbsp peanut butter, 1banana,2 tbsp honey,2 tsp wheat germ

Blueberry smoothie:1/4 cup apple juice,1 tbsp iced tea powder,1/2 cup frozen blueberries,1 frozen banana,1 tbsp lemon juice

Vanilla Bean Smoothie:2 bananas,1 cup vanilla yogurt,1/2 tsp vanilla extract,1/2 cup orange juice,1 cup milk

Pomegranate smoothie:1/3 cup silken tofu,1 cup mixed berries,1/2 pomegranate juice,1 tsp honey,2 ice cubes

Mango Smoothie:1 large mango,1 banana,1/2 cup yogurt,1 cup orange juice,6 ice cubes

Peach Smoothie:1 large peach,1/2 cup peach yogurt,1/2 cup milk,6 ice cubes

Red, White, and blue smoothie:1/2 cup strawberries,1 medium banana,1 plum,1 cup milk

Cherry Smoothie:1 orange peeled,1/2 cup cherries,1/2 cup cherry pieces,1/2 cup ice cubes,1/2 banana,1/2 cup cherry yogurt or vanilla yogurt