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Around here, peach season is in full swing. We live near a town that has an awesome peach festival every year. I love peaches and am always looking for ways to use fresh peaches. I also love ice cream, so this no-churn fresh peaches and cream ice cream is the best of both worlds.
Fresh peaches, cream, and all that goodness is the perfect afternoon treat for kids and anyone else.
Seriously, who does not love peach ice cream??
Even better, this no-churn peach ice cream has no eggs, so there are no worries about undercooked eggs or accidentally having scrambled eggs in your ice cream.
All you will have is the best and easiest peaches and cream ice cream. You don’t even need an ice cream maker for this fresh peach ice cream recipe.
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How To Make No-Churn Fresh Peaches And Cream Ice Cream
This peaches and cream ice cream recipe with no eggs and no-churn starts with a mixer. I always use my stand mixer but feel free to use an electric hand mixer.
Beat two and a half cups of heavy whipping cream and one tablespoon vanilla extract on high speed until well beaten and soft peaks form. This process will take about four to five minutes.
Reduce the mixer speed to the lowest setting and slowly add in one can of dulce le leche or sweetened condensed milk, one-half teaspoon sea salt, and two tablespoons brown sugar. Continue to mix on the lowest speed until the dulce le leche is just incorporated.
Stir in two cups peeled, pitted, and chopped fresh peaches. Mix gently to incorporate the peaches throughout the ice cream mixture. Pour the sweet cream mixture into a rectangular loaf pan and freeze for at least four hours.
Once frozen to the consistency of soft-serve ice cream, scoop out and serve this fresh homemade ice cream.
Frequently Asked Questions When Making No Churn Peach Ice Cream
- What is the difference between dulce le leche and sweet condensed milk? Dulce le leche is similar to sweetened condensed milk. It is a thicker texture and is brown instead of the silky white of sweetened condensed milk. Dulce le leche has a caramel flavor and adds a flavorful dimension to the no-churn peach ice cream. I find dulce le leche in the ethnic aisle of the local grocery store, but feel free to use sweet condensed milk if you cannot find dulce le leche or if you prefer not to use it.
- Can I use frozen peaches in place of fresh peaches? Yes. You can absolutely use frozen peaches instead of fresh peaches. Thaw on counter for about an hour so that you can easily chop the peaches.
- How to store the peach ice cream? If, and this is a big if, there is peach ice cream leftover, store in an air-tight container in the freezer.
- 2 Peaches, peeled, pitted and chopped
- 1 can Dulce le Leche (Sweetened Condensed Milk can also be used)
- 2 1/2 cups Heavy Cream
- 1/2 tsp Salt
- 1 TBSP Vanilla Extract
- 2 TBSP Brown Sugar
- Beat 2 1/2 cups heavy whipping cream and 1 TBSP vanilla extract on high speed until soft peaks form (about 4-5 minutes).
- On low speed, slowly add in 1 can dulce le leche, 1/2 tsp salt, and 2 TBSP brown sugar until incorporated fully.
- Slowly mix in 2 peeled and chopped peaches into the mixture.
- Pour into a rectangular loaf pan.
- Cover and freeze for at least 4 hours or until the consistency of ice cream.
- Serve frozen and enjoy.
- Frozen peaches can be used in place of fresh peaches.
- Sweetened condensed milk can be substituted for the dulce le leche.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 380 Total Fat: 36g Carbohydrates: 12g