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Easy Peach Hot Sauce Recipe

Easy Peach Hot Sauce Recipe

Easy Peach Hot Sauce from Primally Inspired


Before I catch you thinking about Fall and pumpkins, you’ll want to make this easy peach hot sauce recipe. 


We’ve been eating this peach hot sauce on everrrrrything, I tell ya! Eggs, Steak, Fish, Chicken, Burgers. Mmm Hmm.  We’ve dipped sweet potato fries and homemade chicken nuggets in it. Fabulous.  And yes, we’ve even drizzled some on top of homemade vanilla coconut milk ice cream. Weird? No. It was downright amazing!


Easy Peach Hot Sauce Recipe from Primally Inspired


This peach hot sauce is SO good and we’ve been enjoying it SO much that we decided to make a big batch, bottle it up and give them away as fun little Christmas presents. (THESE bottles I found will make adorable gifts, right?!)


Easy Peach Hot Sauce Recipe from Primally Inspired


It’s nice and sweet with a big ‘ol kick and a little goes a long way. Of course, you can tame down the kick by adding less habaneros. But don’t be a pansy. Just put ‘em in there. If you’re really tough, you’ll even leave in some of the seeds 😉



Easy Peach Hot Sauce from Primally Inspired

Easy Peach Hot Sauce Recipe:

Easy Peach Hot Sauce Recipe
Serves: Makes about 2 and ½ cups
Easy Peach Hot Sauce Recipe by Primally Inspired
  • 4 peaches, skin and pits removed
  • 4 habaneros, leave the seeds in or out depending on how spicy you like things
  • ½ medium onion
  • 4 cloves garlic
  • 1 lime, juiced
  • 1 teaspoon sea salt
  • ½ cup apple cider vinegar
  • ½ cup water
  • 1 tablespoon pure raw honey or sweetener of choice (I use THIS)
  1. Combine all the ingredients together in a high powered blender or food processor and process until the sauce is completely smooth.
  2. Once smooth, place the mixture in a pot on the stove over medium heat.
  3. Bring to a simmer and simmer for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  4. Remove from heat, let cool and then store in the fridge. Enjoy!
The flavors really come out and develop after a few days in the fridge. I have also found that the heat seems to get a little more mild with time in the fridge, too. If you find that your hot sauce is still too hot, stir in a bit more sweetener until it is to your liking :)

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Easy Peach Hot Sauce from Primally Inspired

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  1. I was already won over with trying this recipe just seeing the peaches and peppers – but then you mentioned ICE CREAM! So please share your recipe for home made vanilla coconut milk ice cream. I’ve searched your site, and you have blood orange and strawberry, but not vanilla.

    Can’t wait to make the hot sauce, and no doubt I’ll LOVE it over ice cream. I feel like you and I are kindred spirits with taste sensations – your site is an awesome mentor for me with recipes and exercise. Just did the medicine ball workout (again!) this morning.

    • Primally Inspired

      YES!!! We are kindred spirits! 😀

      For the coconut milk vanilla ice cream here is what I use:
      1 can full fat coconut milk
      1/4 cup honey
      2 egg yolks (optional, but makes it really creamy and adds good nutrients)
      1 tablespoon vanilla extract or 1 vanilla bean
      I mix everything together in a pot over medium heat and stir constantly for 10 minutes (do not let the mixture come to a boil).
      Then I freeze it ( and because I don’t have an ice cream maker, I stir it every 45 minutes until it’s a consistency that I like – usually 3 45 minute sessions is all I can handle before I want to dig in) or you could let it cool and then process it in the ice cream maker. It’s good stuff 🙂

  2. Love coconut milk ice cream, however I cannot eat honey ir maple syrup because of autoimmune issues. I can use splenda without any negative effects, go figure. Do yu have any idea how much splenda I should use to sweeten this?

  3. This sounds yummy. The stores I shopped at this weekend did not have habanero peppers,have you tried this with jalapeño peppers?

  4. This recipe sounds and looks great. Can the hot sauce be stored by using a water bath instead of refrigeration?

  5. Hi there – we grew a habanero pepper plant this year and are getting a really good yield from it so I was looking for recipes. This looks awesome. Just a quick question before I try it….how long will it last in the fridge for?

  6. Have you tried making this with canned peaches? Do you thin it would work?

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