This ice cream came out great! Be sure to use very ripe peaches for the most flavor. To ripen your peaches, place them in a brown paper bag a let them set on your counter for a day or two. Check them each day for softness and a sweet smell, then they're ready to use. I cut the peaches in half, then used a grapefruit spoon to scoop out the 'meat,' this was much quicker then peeling and chopping. I used 10 peaches, and only came out with 4 cups of puree, but it worked out fine. I used a 4 qt. ice cream maker, and the mixture came right up to the fill line - perfect! But, if you are looking for ann intensely peach falvor, this isn't the one for you, it is more of a peaches 'n cream taste, very subtle. Once the ice cream maker was done, the ice cream was more of the consistency of soft-serve ice cream, so yoo probably want to freeze it for a firmer ice cream.
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This ice cream came out great! Be sure to use very ripe peaches for the most flavor. To ripen...