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Peaches and Cream Ice Cream

    Vanilla bean ice cream with ribbons of peach purée. This peaches and cream ice cream is a fabulous treat for a summer afternoon. Goes nicely as is or in a milkshake.

    Peaches in season are sweet and juicy. If you love them like we do, can bake them away. They add all of their puréed deliciousness in these Peaches and Cream Ice Cream recipe. If you’re a peach lover, this ice cream is perfect for you!

    Tips for making

    The creamy peach is separate from the vanilla creamy ice cream. The ribbony effect of the peaches is not only yummy, but also very pretty. It can be reached by just fold the peaches into the base ice cream instead of mixing them.

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    In order to keep the two separate, freeze the peach puree in its own bowl first then add it to the cream base. Ribboning achieved!

    Fruit granita meets vanilla ice cream. The peach has an icy texture and brings in a different sensation when eating these two components. There is some peach to eat and savor while it melts on your tongue.


    How to remove the peach skin

    Want a quick way to remove the skin from the peach?

    1. Score an X at the bottom on the peach.
    2. Boil enough water to cover the peach.
    3. Drop the peach into the boiling water for 1 minute.
    4. Transfer the peach to a bowl of ice water and the skin should come right off.
    5. If the skin sticks, simply put it back into the boiling water for another 30 seconds.

    Got a lot of peaches from the farmers market? Did you know that peaches can also be added to a savory dish?

    Try this Peach Quinoa Salad as a side dish. Add them to this BBQ rubbed pork chops and peaches recipe. Try a new pizza flavor with this Ricotta Pizza and Peaches.

    Peaches and Cream Ice Cream
    4.60 from 5 votes

    Peaches and Cream Ice Cream

    This Peaches and Cream Ice Cream for dessert is just amazing. Sweet, homemade Vanilla Ice Cream meets icey peach puree.
    Prep Time 30 minutes
    Total Time 13 hours
    Course Ice Cream
    Cuisine American
    Servings 2 pints
    Calories 1257 kcal



    • In a kitchen mixer whip egg yolks and sugar until pale yellow and foamy. Add in the milk and cream and whip for 30 seconds. Add in Vanilla Bean Paste and stir to combine.
    • Add to an ice cream maker and follow the manufacturer's instructions.
    • Transfer to a freezer safe bowl and press plastic wrap on top of ice cream. This keeps ice crystals from forming.
    • Remove the skin from the peach (steps above the recipe) and puree it in a blender, food processor or hand mash until thin. Place it in a bowl and freeze for six hours.
    • Remove ice cream and peach puree from freezer.
      Gently break up peach puree with a spoon and add to the ice cream. Fold the peach into the ice cream.
      Do not over mix the peach in. Once all the peach is incorporated, place plastic wrap over top and return to freezer overnight.
    • Enjoy on a hot summer afternoon.


    Serving: 1pint | Calories: 1257kcal | Carbohydrates: 95g | Protein: 14g | Fat: 95g | Saturated Fat: 59g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 5g | Monounsaturated Fat: 25g | Cholesterol: 467mg | Sodium: 129mg | Potassium: 521mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 94g | Vitamin A: 4186IU | Vitamin C: 5mg | Calcium: 333mg | Iron: 1mg

    Nutrition information isn’t always accurate.

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    Author: Susan Queck
    You'll go ga-ga for this Peaches and Cream Ice Cream for dessert. Sweet, homemade Vanilla Ice Cream with with Peach puree mixed in. It's amazing!

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    Susan Queck

    I'm Suzy, the baker and dessert maker behind this blog. Baking is my lifelong passion, where I find the magic in transforming basic ingredients into delectable works of art. Join me in my sweet journey of culinary exploration and celebration! More about me.

    41 thoughts on “Peaches and Cream Ice Cream”

    1. Your photo looks amazing! The only peaches we have around here are imported, but I’d love to try this with mangoes…we’ve got a huge tree full in front of the house. You’d better believe I’ll be right over to check out your chocolate brownie ice cream recipe too. Yum! Thanks for sharing, Karyn. I’m visiting from Marvelous Mondays.

    2. This is too much deliciousness!!! Seriously sounds fabulous right NOW! Found your post on Inspiration Mondays 🙂

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      1. Thanks so much for stopping by. I really enjoyed the ice cream. Heck, I don’t think there’s an ice cream I haven’t liked.

      1. What do you mean you “just” got an ice cream maker? I love mine! I hope you love yours as well. I much prefer real ice cream over the no-churn stuff.

    3. Oh my word! This looks so yummy! My family loves homemade ice cream… and they really love it with mix -ins. Can’t wait to try the recipe. Thanks so much for sharing it at last week’s Tips & Tricks party. I hope you’ll link up at this week’s party, too? It just went live… 🙂 Hope to see you there!

    4. Hands down, this is one of my favorite summer ice cream flavors! It’s perfect “lazy afternoon, sitting in the sun, watching the kids play in the splash pool (grandkids for me), eating ice cream” thing! Love it!

    5. Hi. This is gooorgeous! Hopefully to make one. We have no peach in my country.. If we find one, it’s 10$ each… Lol.
      And I’m Just curious. Do I not need to cook it even if it has eggs in it?
      Thank you

      1. This ice cream base is not cooked. The cooked version is more of a custard and it’s whats known as a Creme Anglais base. The freezing of the eggs will do just as good as cooking them, or you can try to find pasteurized eggs instead. Sorry you can’t get peaches where you are. You can used canned peaches if you have that.

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