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Nothing beats a fresh, juicy peach picked right off the tree. Whether you’re planning a fun family outing or just looking to buy fresh produce, visit these Oklahoma orchards to pick delicious peaches. Then, enjoy them in these healthy recipes!
Local Peach Orchards
Located in Porter, AKA Oklahoma’s “Peach Picking Capital,” Livesay Farms is the place to visit for a variety of delicious peaches. Starting in late June, you can pick your own peaches throughout the harvest. For additional peach-filled fun, check out the Annual Porter Peach Festival!
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Wind Drift Orchards
Head to Harrah to explore two peach and nectarine orchards. Starting in late June, you can purchase fresh peaches by the pound — a perfect way to add a touch of sweetness to your favorite recipes!
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Picking a peach can be a little tricky, but it’s easy with these tips!
- Look for peaches with golden-red skin.
- Once you’ve found a good-looking peach, give it a quick sniff. The better it smells, the better it’ll taste!
- Gently squeeze each peach before putting in your basket. The best ones should have a slight give.
Check out this article from Real Simple magazine for even more peach-picking tips!
Peaches can range from $1 – $2 per pound depending on the harvest.
Add peaches to your bowl for a sweet twist on a summer salad. Try this Peach, Raspberry & Almond Salad at home or on the go!
If it’s not broken, don’t fix it! Our healthier take on Peach Cobbler is a timeless way to win the hearts of your family or guests on any occasion!
Quench your thirst and add some flavor to your day with this Peach Pear Infused Water. Store some in your refrigerator for a refreshing, summer drink that’s as healthy as it is delicious.
Add some kick to your cookout with this one-of-a-kind Summer Peach Salsa recipe. When sweet meets spicy, the flavor is off the charts!
Peaches make the perfect side to complement your favorite veggie or chicken recipe. Slice them up and enjoy them on their own — or toss them on the grill at your next backyard party.