Peach Ice Cream

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Peaches are one of the tastiest and most excellent fruits on the planet. Its sweet flavor and soft texture are irresistible. Since August is considered national peach month, there is no better way to observe it than with a creamy sweet scoop of keto peach ice cream. To make the Peach Ice Cream, we combined diced peaches, sugar-free sweetener, and cinnamon and allowed it to sit for 30 minutes until the peaches released their juices, then puréed them until they were smooth and creamy. Next, we combined heavy cream, almond milk, vanilla, salt, sugar-free sweetener, and egg yolks to make the ice cream base. The peach purée is mixed into the ice cream base, then chilled and churned in an ice cream machine.

All in all, this peach ice cream is sweet, creamy, and super delicious. It tastes like a delicious bowl of summer. The peak of peach season is almost over, so grab some fresh peaches before the end of August to make this delicious ice cream. 
 

Is there peach flavored ice cream?

Yes, there is such a thing as peach-flavored ice cream, and it is incredibly delicious.   

Who invented peach ice cream?

Peach ice cream is inspired by the tremendous culinary genius Auguste Escoffier. This French chef created a new dessert for a dinner party consisting of a mesmerizing ice sculpture that sat on top of vanilla ice cream and was topped with peaches and sugar. Sometime later, in 1900, Escoffier created a new version of the dessert called Peach Melba, which consists of peaches and raspberry purée. These ingredients serve as the inspiration for peach ice cream, so in a way, Escoffier unofficially created peach ice cream.   

What does peach ice cream taste like?

Peach ice cream is sweet, creamy, and loaded with peach flavor.   

Can I freeze peaches without sugar?

Yes, you can freeze peaches without sugar. Sugar is typically added to peaches to help release their juices, preventing air pockets from forming. However, the peaches will be delicate without the sugar.   
Author: Sarah Leadon
Rate
Average: 5 (1 vote)
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
15 mins
Total Time
25 mins
Serves
8 persons

Ingredients

Peach Puree
Ice Cream

Instructions

Peach Puree
Place the peaches, sugar-free sweetener, and cinnamon into a medium bowl and stir to combine. Let the peaches sit for 20-30 minutes until they start to release their juices.  
Diced peaches, sugar-free sweetener, and cinnamon macerating in a bowl.
Place the peaches into a blender with their liquid and blend until combined. Set the peach purée aside. 
Peaches being pureed in a blender.
Ice Cream
To make the ice cream base, place the heavy cream, almond milk, salt, vanilla extract, and sugar-free sweetener into a medium saucepan and stir to combine.   
Heavy cream, almond milk, salt, vanilla extract, and sugar-free sweetener in a medium pot.
Heat the ice cream base over medium-high heat until it is hot but not boiling. Then, take the ice cream base off of the heat.   
Perach ice cream base cooking on the stove.
To a medium bowl, add the egg yolks.   
Egg yolks in a bowl.
Whisk the eggs, then ladle 1/3 of the ice cream base into the egg yolks while whisking constantly.   
Whisking the peach ice cream base into the eggs.
Continue adding the ice cream base to the egg yolks in 1/3s while constantly whisking until all of it is gone.   
Eggs being whisked into the peach ice cream.
Place the ice cream base back into the medium saucepan and cook it over medium-low heat for 10 minutes, frequently stirring until it thickens slightly.   
Peach ice cream base
Take the ice cream base off of the heat, pour it into a fine-mesh sieve set over a bowl or 4 cup liquid measuring cup, and stir in the peach purée.   
Peach puree being stirred into the ice cream base.
Let the ice cream base cool completely. Wrap the ice cream base with plastic wrap, making sure to press the wrap on the surface of the ice cream base. Refrigerate it for 6 hours or overnight.   
Plastic wrap placed directly onto the peach ice cream base.
To an ice cream machine, add the ice cream base and churn it according to the manufacturer's instructions (it should take about 20-30 minutes to churn the ice cream). Place the ice cream into an airtight container. Press a piece of plastic wrap directly on the surface of the ice cream and freeze it for 2-4 hours until it reaches your desired consistency.   
Peach ice cream churning in an ice cream machine.
To serve the ice cream, remove it from the freezer. If the ice cream is hard, let the ice cream sit on the counter for 5-10 minutes until it softens up. Scoop the ice cream into serving bowls using an ice cream scoop and garnish them with the sliced peaches. 
Peach ice cream in a bowl garnished with fresh peaches.

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