In a small bowl, add 1/4 cup of agave and microwave it for 7 seconds
Add 1 tsp of sugar to the warm agave and mix with a spoon
Using a brush, generously coat the top of the cut peach.
Place the peaches on a baking tray with skin side down
Take 6 sage leaves and place one leaf in the pit hole of each peach
Roast for 30 minutes or until you the top crinkles and browns.
When done, allow them to cool for about 10 minutes
Remove the sage leaves and freeze them (see notes)
Peel off and discard the skin from the peaches
Place peaches and any of the leftover agave mixture from step 3, water and sugar
Blend on low speed until the peaches are completely pureed
Transfer the pureed peaches to a sieve and strain (see notes)
Transfer the sieved liquid to a pitcher
Add the Simply Lemonade Original Flavor
Mix well and refrigerate for 30 minutes before serving
- The sage after baking actually retain a lot of their flavor and aroma, making them perfect for soups and sauces. That's why I like to freeze them for future use- The pulp remaining after the sieve process is actually very useful. Add it to soup and you will notice a delicious taste in the soup- Nutritional info is approximate