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This creamy and delicious homemade peach ice cream is packed with fresh peach flavor. The recipe is egg free and is easy to make. Just the perfect frozen treat for Summer.
My kids love ice creams and I love making them. So, that is a win-win situation for summer time.
I did not know peach ice cream even existed until a few years back. We had it at a dairy farm and it was love at first bite. It tasted so fresh and full of peach flavor.
Then I started making it at home and this recipe is AMAZING. It is very easy to make and tastes creamy and delicious.
What I love about this recipe is that the peach flavor comes entirely from the fresh fruit with no added artificial flavors.
Also this is an eggless recipe and there is absolutely no cooking involved. The creaminess comes from the addition of instant vanilla pudding mix.
First and the most important ingredient is fresh, ripe summer time Peaches. While buying them, smell for the fresh peachy aroma.
One good thing is that the fruit ripens even after picking. So you can buy them slightly under-ripe and finish ripening at home. Make sure to buy peaches that are heavy for their size but are not too hard (these will never ripen).
As mentioned before there are no artificial flavors added in this recipe. So make sure to use the best tasting and flavorful peaches.
The other ingredients to make this peach ice cream are sugar, evaporated milk, condensed milk, instant vanilla pudding mix and half-n-half.
You will need a ice cream maker to make this recipe.
There is no cooking involved in this recipe. So start by peeling and chopping the peaches. Then mix them with sugar* and set aside for 1 hour.
This process of steeping the fruit over time is known as macerating. The purpose is to enhances the natural flavor and boosts it’s sweetness.
At the end of the hour, fruit would have turned very soft. Blend this into a smooth puree.
In a medium mixing bowl, combine evaporated milk, condensed milk, vanilla pudding mix, peach puree and the half-n-half. Whisk well to incorporate all the ingredients.
At this point, you can either make the ice cream right away or chill the mixture 1 hour and up to overnight.
Freeze the mixture in an ice cream maker according to manufacturer’s instructions. Remove into an airtight freezer safe container and freeze until ready to serve.
- Buy fresh fruit that is slightly under-ripe and finish ripening them at home. Make sure to buy peaches that are heavy for their size but are not too hard (these will never ripen).
- Taste the peaches and adjust the quantity of sugar accordingly. Start with the lower amount and add more later on. Also note there is additional sweetness in condensed milk and pudding mix.
- Make sure to freeze the inner ice cream container before hand to make the recipe.
- For some texture, you can leave some of the peaches as chunks instead of blending them all into a puree.
- Ice cream can be made right away or the peach mixture can be chilled for 1 hour or up to overnight.
- You can use 1 cup whole milk and 1 cup heavy cream instead of half-n-half.
- If have evaporated milk on hand, then boil 1 cup of whole milk, stirring frequently, until it becomes about ¾ cup.
- Use canned peaches instead of fresh ones. Use 2~3 15oz. cans of sliced peaches in lite syrup. Drain the syrup, blend into a puree and use according to the recipe.
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