Add frozen peach, milk of choice (I do unsweetened almond or a mix of heavy cream and a little water), sweetener of choice (again, cannot recommend liquid allulose enough), vanilla extract and a pinch of salt to a blender.
Blend until its all super (duper!) creamy smooth.
My top tip(s): for easier blending try and make sure you break up your frozen peach (you know, so its not a big block of ice that takes forever to blend). Oh, and if you do overblend... just go ahead and add in a little ice and pretend like nothing happened.
Pssst! But if you want to reduce (or eliminate!) the carbs here you're gonna have to get rid of the peach itself. So if you wanna go down this route, I suggest you procure some peach extract (this one's pretty good, just use very sparingly: 1/8-1/4 tsp will do!). And you'll want to add in a scoop or two of your favorite keto vanilla ice cream for texture and sweetness (yes, you can then skip the sweettener btw).
Pssst number two! You can also go ahead and add in a touch of extract either way if you want to amp up the peachy taste (or if, you know, your peaches sadly kinda suck).
Ummm... but are peaches keto? 🍑
I guess the most straight forward answer is: its up to you (or your macros that is!), as peaches are widely considered a fairly low carb fruit. Therefore in moderate amounts, peaches can be totally keto friendly.To give you an idea, peaches contain roughly 13g of net carbs per cup compared to 7g net in raspberries and 17g net in blueberries (two widely considered 'keto fruits').