Homemade Peach Ice Cream is always a delicious summer dessert. This easy-to-make recipe is made in the no-churn ice cream method, and because we love berries, we tossed in fresh blackberries for a perfect frozen creamy peachy dessert.
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I love a perfectly ripe summer peach, and its sweet fragrance that entices you to take a bite, and then you know what happens; juice starts running down your chin and all over your fingers. I know it's messy, but it sure tastes delightful.
What is even more delightful is using fresh peaches to make this delicious frozen treat. The no-churn ice cream method turns out sweet and creamy ice cream, and it means that no ice cream mixer is needed; just mix your ingredients together in a bowl and freeze.
And since cake and ice cream are always good together, make this beautiful peach cobbler pound cake with canned peaches.
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What I love about peaches are all the varieties, colors, and shapes. Yellow, white, fuzzy, not fuzzy, clingstone, freestone, the super sweet donut, there are so many varieties of peaches, and personally, I like them all.
This is a must-try recipe for all you peach lovers because it delivers on flavor. Try mixing two kinds of peaches, like yellow and white peachs, for a different taste. You can puree the peaches or leave them in little chunks; either way, I promise you will love the results.
These Peach Raspberry Crumble Bars are a perfect way to use your favorite peach.
The four ingredients
Learn how to make peach ice cream and see what happens when you combine peaches and sweetened condensed milk then fold in sweet cream and blackberries.
- Peaches - Use peaches that are ripe for the best flavor. You can also use drained canned peaches or chop up frozen peaches and add them into the ice cream while they are still frozen.
- Sweetened condensed milk - Using this will add sweetness to the ice cream so there is no need to add sugar. This can of milk takes the place of making a classic egg and sugar custard base.
- Whipping cream - This will add airiness to the ice cream and add a nice smooth texture.
- Blackberries are optional, but they are my favorite fruit to pair with peaches, so try it. Feel free to use frozen berries; don't thaw them; add them frozen.
🥄Let's make dessert
How to make peach ice cream in quick, easy steps. First, put your serving dish in the freezer so it will be nice and cold when you add the ice cream.
Step 1. Peel and dice the peaches and place them in a small bowl. Make sure to have a small dice for the peaches.
Step 2. Pour the cold whipping cream into a large mixing bowl.
Step 3. Using a handheld mixer, beat the whipping cream until stiff. You can also whip the cream in the bowl of a stand mixer.
Step 4. Pour half of the cold-sweetened condensed milk into the bowl with the whipped cream and gently fold it into the cream. Add the other half of the milk and fold in until you have a smooth mixture.
Step 5. Fold the peaches into the cream mixture.
Step 6. Pour half of the ice cream base into a cold container, top with blackberries, and repeat the layers. I poke the berries into the ice cream base. You get to decide how many berries you want in your ice cream.
Blackberry Tip - I add the berries whole, and as you scoop the ice cream the berries get broken up. If the berries are really big, you can cut them in half if you prefer.
Step 7. Cover the bowl and freeze for at least four hours.
Scoop and enjoy a bowl of this wonderful fruity ice cream for the true summertime dessert.
Freezing and serving tip - Cover your freezer container with plastic wrap and an airtight cover to prevent ice crystals. To serve, let the ice cream sit on the counter for 8-10 minutes before scooping to soften.
🧊More frozen desserts
- There are even more delicious frozen desserts for you to enjoy. These No-Fried Ice Cream Balls are creamy inside and crunchy outside.
- No-Bake Berry Cheesecake is filled with fresh strawberries and raspberries that make the best summer dessert.
- Get ready to get rave reviews for these Chocolate Covered Oreo Ice Cream Balls. You are going to be surprised just how easy it is to make these frozen treats, and they are perfect for serving parties or keeping in the fridge for snacks.
The beauty of this ice cream is you can change things up.
- You can use other stone fruits like nectarines, apricots, or plums.
- Chopped pistachios or almonds would pair well with the fruits in this ice cream.
- Add vanilla or even a scraped vanilla bean
- Replace the blackberries with raspberries, chopped strawberries, or blueberries.
No eggs are needed in no-churn ice cream. You need heavy whipping cream and sweetened condensed milk, plus flavorings.
Making no-churn ice means you don't need an ice cream maker to freeze the ice cream.
Fresh Peach Blackberry Ice Cream the No Churn Way
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- 3 - 4 medium sized ripe peaches
- 1 pint blackberries
- 2 cups heavy whipped cream
- 14 ounce sweetened condensed milk Keep cold in the refrigerator
- Pre freeze the ice cream container you will be using
- Peel and dice the peaches, or if you want a smooth textured ice cream you can puree the peaches in a food processor.
- Pour the cold heavy cream into a large mixing bowl.
- Using either a stand mixer, or an electric mixer, uses the whip attachment and whip the heavy cream until it is very thick
- Pour half the can of the cold-sweetened condensed milk into the whipped cream and with a spatula gently fold the mixture together, then add the remaining condensed milk and continue folding in until it is totally combined.
- Add the diced or pureed peaches and gently mix until combined.
- Pour the peach ice cream in layers in the cold container, adding the blackberries for each layer. The amount of blackberries to add is your preference. You can add a lot or a little.
- Cover the pan with plastic wrap and freeze for 4 hours.
- Keep the ice cream in an airtight container for up to three months.
First published: Aug. 14, 2022, Last updated: Oct. 9, 2023 for better readability.
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