Recipe by NANCED35
"This is the best Peach Ice Cream you'll ever eat!!!"
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2 1/2 pounds
fresh peaches - peeled, pitted and chopped
1 (14 ounce) can
sweetened condensed milk
1 (12 fluid ounce) can
whole milk, or as needed
This ice cream was delicious. I liked that there are no eggs and no cooking required. All you do is dump your ingredients together and let your ice cream maker do the rest. I added 1 cup of sugar and found it to be too sweet; half a cup is plenty. One word of caution: if you cut your peaches instead of puree them, your ice cream maker may "freeze up" as the chunks block the paddle from churning. If you like little peach chunks, puree about 3/4 of the peaches and chop the rest.
I made this recipe with no-fat 1/2 and 1/2 and low-fat sweetened condensed milk, so in all fairness, I changed these two items, but would it affect the taste that much? I don't think so. Texture was good, color was dirty, not much taste, more sugar would have helped. We were so disappointed in the taste, it just had none.
I made this ice cream for a family gathering. Everyone loved it. I used fat free half and half and 1% milk. I also used the full cup of sugar. Next time I may try using fat free condensed milk. Or maybe not, since this combination was so good.
This was very good ice cream and very easy to make. I used 4 15 oz. cans of sliced peaches in lite syrup (draining the syrup) instead of fresh peaches. I also opted to use more sugar (1 cup). I put everything in the blender to mix it well and to puree the peaches. I will make this again.
This is an outstanding recipe! Very easy to make! The only thing missing is salt! One should always lightly salt an ice cream to bring out the flavor! 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon. I found it rather funny the handful of reviewers who indicated that this recipe didn't have any flavor. If your ice cream doesn't have any flavor the peaches you used were junk! Probably store bought, pick green weeks ago, no aroma, no flavor, shipped hundreds, if not thousands of miles, mass produced junk! When you're searching for the right peach, pick it up, hold it to your nose and sniff. If there is an excellent peach aroma that makes your mouth water, that peach will be good to eat or use in ice cream, or a baked good. If you smell little or nothing, the peach is junk and you might as well just use canned.
This is a very solid recipe for any ice cream. I omitted the evaporated milk but only because I ran out of room in my ice cream maker. I have made this recipe with strawberries and coconut now and both were excellent.
This tastes like summer! We used the old fashioned gallon ice cream machine. To trim the fat we used fat free condensed milk and evaporated milk. We used the full cup of sugar and added 3 cups of whole milk. Also we didn't puree the peaches, just left them in small chunks-- it makes the ice cream more fun to eat.
This is absolutely wonderful.!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Georgia Peach Homemade Ice Cream
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 40
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