All natural and healthy — no added sweeteners and no artificial preservatives
- Freeze dried peach slices.
- Excellent source of vitamin C.
- No infused sugar and no sulfites!
- GMO free. Gluten free.
- Certified Kosher by Blue Ribbon Kosher. See the North Bay Kosher List.
Common uses: Backpacking food, camping food, snacks, and quick-and-easy cooking at home. Like our other freeze dried fruits, our peaches are often added to cereals, smoothies, desserts, and trail mixes.
Packaging: Bagged selections are in high quality resealable foil pouches with moisture absorbent pack to help ensure freshness after initial opening. Bulk box orders use sealed plastic bag inside sturdy cardboard box.
Allergen Information: Processed in a facility that also handles cereal grains, peanuts, tree nuts, and soybeans.
A popular gift item: Use our multiple-address and gift-messaging features to send peaches and other freeze dried fruits to friends and family.
I LOVE freeze dried peaches. I think they're even better than the mangos. I only wish an organic option was available since the long term effects of pesticides are best avoided.
(Posted on 11/9/2016)
Super-Thick and Fruity Whipped Cream
From Serious Eats, Stella Parks , 2016
With a handful of freeze-dried fruit, you can make a whipped cream that's as intensely fruity as it is colorful. Whether you choose blueberries, raspberries, or cherries, it's a quick and easy alternative to ice cream for topping your favorite summer pie. Because the dehydrated fruit helps bind the cream, it's also super stable, making it an ideal frosting for layer cakes and cupcakes. You can even refrigerate it for up to a week without having to re-whip!
Special equipment: Food processor
The exact volume of freeze-dried fruit can vary considerably by type and brand, so experimenting with fruits beyond those listed below is best done with a scale.
Makes 2 cups
1/2 ounce freeze-dried blueberries, raspberries, or other fruit (1/2 cup; 15g)
1 3/4 ounces sugar (1/4 cup; 50g)
16 ounces heavy whipping cream (2 cups; 455g)
In the bowl of a food processor, grind freeze-dried fruit and sugar until powdery and fine, about 1 minute. Add cream and stir with a fork to be sure no dry pockets of sugar/fruit are stuck in the corners, then pulse until thick and creamy like Greek yogurt, less than 2 minutes. The time will vary with the horsepower of your machine, so watch it like a hawk to avoid making fruity butter by mistake. Once mixture is thick and creamy, enjoy immediately or transfer to an airtight container and refrigerate up to 1 week. Total time: 5 minutes
5-Minute Microwave Berry Cobbler
From Domestic Fits, 2012
*The ratios used are for a large mason jar mug. Recipe will also make 2 servings in smaller mugs. Make sure to only fill the mug no more than 2/3 full or it will bubble over during cooking.
3/4 cup strawberries (can use frozen; lengthen cooking time somewhat), or reconstitute freeze dried fruit
1/4 cup powdered sugar
1/3 cup flour
1 tablespoon white sugar
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon butter
2 tablespoons milk
Chop berries and add to a mug. Add powdered sugar, stir to combine.
In a separate bowl, add the flour, white sugar, baking powder and mix to combine.
Add the butter and rub in with your fingers until combined.
Add the milk and stir. Add the dough to the top of the berries (sprinkle with additional sugar, if desired).
Microwave on high for about 1 1/2 to 2 minutes. Allow to cool.
(Posted on 8/9/2016)
I love to eat these freeze dried peaches right out of the bag. They have great flavor and are a fantastic healthy snack and a good way to get extra natural Vit C. Definitely recommend!
(Posted on 3/1/2016)
As usual this product is a home run. Tasty, delicious and a healthy alternative to processed junk. This is our second order from NBT and we have not been disappointed in any of the items we ordered. We held off on ordering a large amount of fruit items due to the naturally high cost but every item we've tried has been well worth the expense. I just LOVE these peach slices - right out of the bag. We haven't had a chance to rehydrate them because they disappear too quickly around here. Great as a stand alone sweet treat!
(Posted on 7/15/2015)
I just ordered the big bag.
Ordered some FD mangos and added a small bag of these to my order--Oh my, they tasted awesome! And texture is perfect.
I have ordered FD peaches from here a few times before and had mixed results: one bag tasted great so ordered again--next bag was not so good (kind of bland tasting), so stuck with Mangos as my fav. Tried another time after, and they were ok, pretty good. But this bag/"batch", mmmmMMmmm was perfect, I want more
(Posted on 7/9/2015)
I have purchased almost all the varieties of NBT freeze-dried fruit and have found them to be absolutely first class in every respect. You can read the reviews proclaiming their "snack" power; don't ignore their reconstituted deliciousness either. For example, I keep angel food cake in the freezer. When I need a dessert on short notice, I slice off however many portions I need, frozen, and plate them. The cake thaws while I make a fruit compote by reconstituting some dried fruit (a single variety or a combo--strawberry/raspberry, peach/mango, apple/cranberry, or my favorite: cherry/cherry/cherry--with a small amount of hot water, a dash of sugar, vanilla and cinnamon, nutmeg or ginger, a gentle squish with the potato masher, a pffft of real whipped cream in a can...and smiles all around.
I'd like to share my latest method for enjoying the taste of fresh fruit every day (from The Kitchn website):
Make a Week of Steel-Cut Oats in 5 Minutes
from The Kitchn, by Maxwell Ryan and Sara Kate Gillingham
1 2/3 cups steel-cut oats
4 cups water
Large pinch salt
Milk or soy milk
Cinnamon or other spices
Raisins or other *DRIED FRUIT*
Walnuts or other *NUTS*
5 pint-sized Mason jars with lids (I used wide-mouth jars)
Collect your jars and other equipment. I like pint-sized jars for this as they allow a little more room for adding nuts, raisins, and milk later. But you can also use half-pint jars.
Bring the oats, water and salt to a boil. Simmer for about 3 minutes then turn off the heat.
Ladle the oats and water into the jars. Cover the jars tightly with their caps and rings (or buy the more convenient plastic screw-on lids). Leave on the counter over-night. (This is how I make my oatmeal and I have had absolutely no problems with it, health-wise, but if for some reason you are not comfortable leaving hot oatmeal out overnight, you can also refrigerate the jars. The oatmeal won't be quite as well cooked in the morning; it will be a thinner, less creamy oatmeal. But it will still be fine.)
The next morning, put all but one of the jars in the refrigerator. Take the cap off one jar and stir up the oatmeal inside. Microwave for 2 to 3 minutes, or until quite hot. Add any milk, raisins, or other mix-ins. Enjoy!
• You can also add your raisins, cinnamon, or other mix-ins to the rest of the jars before putting them away in the refrigerator. Then all you have to do is grab one and go on your way out the door--you, warming tasty, nutritious grain and the taste of fresh fruit all metaphorically flipping the bird at Old Man Winter.
Bon appetite (and long live NBT!).
(Posted on 11/7/2014)
Ordered several of the 1.5 lb bags and every time they are gone within a matter of days. I eat them right out of the bag, they are the best - great pure, peachy taste, nice crisp, no added anything! I am so glad I found your company!
(Posted on 4/23/2014)
If you like fresh peaches on your cereal when they are available you will like these freeze dried peaches during the winter months. Great fresh peachy taste!
(Posted on 1/31/2014)
The freeze dried fruit is perfect for toddlers who are teething. Gives them something to gum on and it is nutritious unlike most biscuits or cookies. My toddler was also turned off by mushy fruits, but can pick these up easily and feed herself.
(Posted on 1/24/2014)
I'm so glad I found your company.
The peaches are great for snacking (allergic to peach fuzz).
And with your tart cherries I make a killer cobbler.
Frankly, I haven't tasted a fruit I didn't like.
(Posted on 12/2/2013)
i bought Peaches, strawberries and apricots. All are amazing but the peaches are really good and satisfying. I LOVE them, will be buying more - sadly they are all gone!
(Posted on 11/13/2013)
I bought the 1.5 lb bag of this, as I really enjoyed another brand of them, and hated getting just 2 oz at a time. They can be delicious, and they're awesome to eat dry or soaked, but the flavor varies from deliciously sweet to wincingly sour. I think they've let some unripe ones in. Overall, quite enjoyable.
(Posted on 9/22/2013)
These peaches are great tasting and a handy snack food. My family loves them!
(Posted on 1/30/2013)
Freeze dried peach was the first product i purchased from NBTC. definitely not my last. i love these as a snack, thrown in hot cereal, or mixed in with yogurt. appreciate the local (i'm right next door in MN), family business. will be purchasing more products from you.
(Posted on 12/29/2012)
These were gone within the day.
I tried to think of something to do with them, but by the time I got home, they were gone. So...I ordered more. Those were gone before I baked them into anything too. After three tries, I've given up on trying to get everything together to make some fancy pie or whatnot; these peaches are sweet, crisp, very peachy, and just wonderful as they are. Instead of overthinking it all, I packed a few baggies for myself and hid them. Now and then I bring one with me for lunch. It makes me sad that you don't have them right now, but I will keep watching and hoping you bring them back soon. Thank you so much for such yummy treats!
(Posted on 10/17/2012)
WELL, I GOT ADDICTED TO THE ONES FROM TRADER JOES AND SINCE THERE ARE NO TJ'S NEAR ME I WENT ONLINE AND THANKFULLY, FOR MY OWN SANITY, I FOUND NORTHBAY!
I ORDER ALMOST EVERY TYPE OF FREEZE-DRIED FRUIT BUT EVERY ORDER INCLUDE 10 BAGS OF SLICED STRAWBERRIES! I EMPTY THAT BOX, THAT IS AROUND $200 EVERY TWO WEEKS, IN A MATTER OF DAYS! I HAVE MY MOTHER, TWO KIDS, HUSBAND, FRIENDS, AND STRANGERS TRYING THESE AMAZING, GUILT-FREE FRUIT "CHIPS" AND THEY ALL LOVE THEM! ALL PEOPLE KNOW OF ARE AIR-DRIED VEGES AND FRUITS BUT FREEZE-DRIED IS THE WAY TO GO. ORDER TONS; YOU'LL CRAVE THEM UNTIL YOUR NEXT SHIPMENT ARRIVES!!
(Posted on 10/15/2012)
I recently purchased fruit and veggies. I used the peach slices with puff pastry for turnovers.Yummy. I prefer to use products as yours since they are not gmo and have no salt. I must say that the slices I didn not rehydrate were very good too. My husband is a picky eater and he loved it and is looking forward to me using strawberries next. Like Arnold "I'll be back."
(Posted on 4/12/2012)
I was surprised at the ease in which these peach slices rehydrate.I used them in making peach turnovers.I have health issues which require little or no salt.I also purchased other freeze dried fruits & veggies.I am most interested in products that are not GMO.Your company is going to be a regular for me as I expand my purchases.
(Posted on 4/12/2012)
These freeze dried peaches amazed me with the first bite and I am enjoying their rich flavour. Unlike regular air dried peaches which usually lose all their flavour and nutrients due to high temperature bake drying.
(Posted on 2/16/2012)
North Bay Trading Company solved my healthy, less messy and "on the go" snack search for my toddler. She is learning what textures she likes and dislikes currently - She loves puffed cheese flavored snacks which are not healthy and don't add any nutritional value. Your freeze dried fruit has a similar texture and now she loves to snack on your freeze dried strawberries, blueberries, bananas, peaches, etc. I am so happy to have found y'all. Thank you!!!
(Posted on 10/10/2011)
I love the crunch and fresh peach flavor. These never made it to the yogurt, I ate them right out of the bag!
(Posted on 10/3/2011)
I never rehydrated these peaches: they are so good as they are, they usually disappear before I start thinking about using them in my recipes. Nobody else has peaches of such a great quality.
(Posted on 9/8/2011)
Wonderful as snack straight from the bag. Have to buy another bag, these peaches are so good straight from the bag, I haven't re-hydrated any, and we're on 3rd 4oz. bag.
(Posted on 11/4/2010)
The delightful flavor that these re-hydrated peaches imparts, is so much better than any store-bought canned varieties ever could hope to be. No added sugars is a real plus, too!
(Posted on 5/29/2010)
Sweet and crisp as a snack or rehydrate, either way they are great.
(Posted on 8/6/2009)
Easy to Prepare
- Use dry as a healthy snack, as an addition to trail mixes, and as a crunchy topping for cereals and desserts.
- For most other applications, hydrate by soaking for 5 minutes in a generous amount of cold or hot water (hot water works slightly better). Then drain.
Yield — 1 oz equals about 2 cups dry with very low moisture content.
Rehydration Ratio — 1 lb of freeze dried peaches, once rehydrated, equals approximately 9 lbs of fresh prepared sliced peaches.
Storage — Best if used within 24 months of purchase. Store tightly sealed while minimizing exposure to high humidity and heat.
Serv.Size 1 oz (30g)
About 2 cups
Fat Cal. 0
*Percent Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 Calorie diet.
|Total Fat 0g||0%||Total Carb. 25g||8%|
|Sat. Fat 0g||0%||Fiber 4g||16%|
|Trans. Fat 0g||Sugars 19g|
|Cholest. 0mg||0%||Protein 2g|
|Vitamin A 19% • Vitamin C 408% • Calcium 0% • Iron 4%|
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