Recipe by BIGGUNNER
"A creamy, delicious Summertime treat! This recipe contains raw eggs. We recommend that pregnant women, young children, the elderly and the infirm do not consume raw eggs. "
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3 1/2 cups
fresh peaches, pitted and chopped
This is better than 5 stars! With only 24 hrs notice of making this ice cream I couldnt find peaches that were super ripe so....I used fresh blackberries! So good! It took about 8 cups of fresh to get the five cups puree (I actually just mashed them with my pastry blender leaving lots of chunks). Any fresh fruit would be awesome. You have to try this.
I'm fairly experienced at making ice cream so when I read over the recipe it seemed like there was an awful lot of sugar for the amount of cream and half-and-half. I gave it the benefit of the doubt, however, assuming the peaches must require that extra sugar. But I still reduced it somewhat anyway. Rather than peaches I used mango, kiwi (fruits I had on hand) and a smidge of coconut extract and was really looking forward to this! I mixed it up, added the cream and half-and-half, gave it a taste and was SO disappointed to find it still too sweet for my taste. I had no choice but to add more cream, which I knew wasn't going to hurt the ice cream, but would indeed affect (weaken) the flavor. Thank goodness I tasted this before I churned it so that I could try to fix it! While this ended up being rich, creamy and delicious since I had to dilute the mix with extra cream, it was hardly "peachy."
I usually don't care for fruit ice creams, but this was fantastic. I only made a half batch and it is still a LOT of ice cream! I used splenda instead of sugar to cut down on the calories, and it was really good. Nice peachy flavor.
So rich, thick, and creamy! Definitely better than store-bought! The original recipe fills a one gallon ice cream freezer. Use 1/3 of the recipe to fill a 1.5 quart freezer. I have made it several times, always with rave reviews. I had to substitute evaporated milk once for the whipping cream and it was still delicious!
This is the BEST peach ice cream!!! I usually don't care for peach ice cream, but I could not get enough of this. I used Georgia Belle peaches, which was a great choice.
Excellent! Only problem was on my part, wasn't able to find peaches that were ripe enough. There wasn't a very strong peach flavor. I am curious to see if anybody has tried frozen peaches??
This was really good. My boyfriend and children loved, though I thought it to be a bit too sweet. But that aside, it was good. Thanks.
This is very rich! And if you put it in a good container, it will last for weeks and weeks in the freezer.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Peach Ice Cream
Serving Size: 1/32 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 32
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 123
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