Homemade Peach Ice Cream – My Fearless Kitchen


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Do you love peaches? What about ice cream? If you love both of those summer flavors, you’ll absolutely love this easy-to-make Homemade Peach Ice Cream!

scoops of peach ice cream in a dark bowl with fresh peaches in the background

Homemade Peach Ice Cream

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The peaches in our grocery store have been looking and smelling so good lately, I just haven’t been able to pass them up! It has been so hot here for the last few weeks I really needed a cool treat. So I used those beautiful peaches to make this delicious Homemade Peach Ice Cream!

a spoonful of homemade peach ice cream with a big bowl of ice cream in the background

I’ve made this peach ice cream with fresh peaches and with frozen peach slices. As long as your fresh peaches are nice and ripe, this ice cream is just as delicious, whether you use fresh or frozen peaches. (And the frozen sliced peaches are actually a little easier!)

If you’re using fresh peaches, remove the pits, peel them, and slice them into quarters. If you’re using frozen peaches, let 2 cups of frozen slices thaw on the counter for about an hour or in the refrigerator overnight. You want the frozen slices to still be a little bit frozen (they are easier to work with). Then toss the peach slices (fresh or frozen) into a food processor and pulse until you get the fruit to the size you like. We like a mix of smaller pieces and bigger pieces.

a bowl full of scoops of peach ice cream with fresh peaches and an ice cream maker in the background

This recipe uses whole milk and heavy whipping cream. The more fat in the milk, the creamier the ice cream will be. You can use 2% milk, or even skim milk, but the ice cream will have a slightly different texture. If you are trying to cut down on fat or calories, this is a good place to do it. Just remember that your ice cream won’t be quite as creamy. You can use any combination of milks that you want, as long as the total is 2-1/4 cups.

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Don’t be afraid to buy heavy whipping cream, even if you think you won’t use the entire container. You could use it to make this Easy Homemade Whipped Cream to put on top of your ice cream! Or you can just freeze it in cubes for the next time you want to make ice cream.

a bowl of fresh homemade whipped cream with a silver electric mixer in the background

I love our countertop Cuisinart ice cream maker. This model makes just enough ice cream for a family. Really, John and I can finish it all in a single sitting…. but you probably shouldn’t do that. Realistically, it makes 4 good-sized servings of ice cream.

a silver ice cream scoop in a tub of homemade peach ice cream

If you have leftovers, or if you want your ice cream frozen a little more solid, you’ll need a freezer-safe container to put your ice cream in. I absolutely love these Glide-a-Scoop tubs from Tovolo. They are just the right size to hold all the ice cream you made, and to fit in any spot in your (probably) already full freezer!

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