Sharing a favorite ice cream recipe today! You’ll have ice cream in no time with my Homemade No Churn Peaches and Cream Ice Cream Recipe!
Ice Cream Recipe
This peach ice cream is about to be your new favorite treat! Summer is so fun to make and eat ice cream isn’t it?! I had so much fun making this no churn sweet peach style ice cream. I’m telling you, it could not be more simple to prepare. All you really need is a little patience to let it freeze overnight 🙂
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Start by dicing some white flesh peaches and sautéing them with butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. Stir and cook until the peaches are slightly softened.
Here’s your ingredient line up. Can you handle the difficulty? Not photographed: pure vanilla extract.
No Churn Ice Cream
Whip your heavy cream until whipped cream consistency. Should stand up on whisk.
Place sweetened condensed milk and vanilla into a large mixing bowl, stirring to combine.
In batches, fold in whipped cream.
Keep gently folding whipped cream in until combined.
Crush your graham crackers into the mixture. I like to keep some pieces larger for bigger pieces throughout ice cream.
Gently stir in peaches!
Pour ice cream mixture into any container you’d like. Make sure it is freezer safe. Cover it tightly with a lid or plastic wrap. Freeze overnight for best results.
Your patience pays off. Look at this gorgeous ice cream!! Creamy and delicious!
Yes please 🙂 Happy summer!
Homemade No Churn Peaches and Cream Ice Cream Recipe
- 2 large white flesh peaches diced
- 3 tablespoons unsalted butter
- 3 tablespoons light brown sugar packed
- 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
- 7 ounces sweetened condensed milk (1/2 of 14 ounce can)
- 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- 3 sheets graham crackers coarsely crushed
- Place peaches, butter, brown sugar and cinnamon into a large skillet over medium heat. Cook and stir for 5 minutes, until peaches are softened and fragrant. Remove from heat.
- Place sweetened condensed milk and vanilla into a large mixing bowl, stirring to combine. Gently fold in whipped cream in batches until smooth and combined.
- Gently fold in peaches and graham crackers to combine. Transfer to temperature proof container and cover tightly. Freeze overnight, until ice cream is firm. Serve as desired.
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I am really enjoying your blog/website and have been following you for a short while now. I am fairly new to this though and don’t understand all the etiquette. I see that many most hosts respond to questions and comments quite quickly, but on this post you are neglecting to answer several times where you are being asked for a measurement on the vanilla and cinnamon. I, too, am in need of this measurement. I am excitedly waiting for your response so all of us can make this yummy and simple sounding ice cream. It is the beginning of winter here and I think that is the perfect time for making something fresh.
Thanks a million from a fan.
Can you please edit your website to include how much cinnamon and vanilla is to be used? Thank you!
Great article. I’m dealing with many of these issues as well..
Can you please tell me how much cinnamon you put in this recipe? Thank you!
Ice cream is my summer anthem, and I love this fresh flavor! Plus, I never remember to pre-freeze my ice cream maker, so this is perfect.
Oh, this looks good! Peaches and crushed graham crackers in ice cream is a sure winner!
How much vanilla do you use? It doesn’t say!
Delightful ice cream flavor!
I have everything to make this! Looks fantastic!
Hope you enjoy Haley!
This looks delicious! And I’m so glad it’s no-churn as I still don’t have an ice cream machine!!
What a perfect summer treat!
No churn, lazy women’s ice cream, or IC as we call it around here for my 2 and 4 year olds don’t know what we’re talking about.
Thinking of adding a few plums to this? Not sure how that would work.
I bet some plums would be fabulous! Enjoy!
Yep, pretty sure my Monday needs this! So easy, too!
This looks so irresistible!
My daughter and I just finished making a batch of this yumminess. As Jeff mentioned, the recipe does not include measurements for the vanilla or cinnamon. So, we used 1 tsp of cinnamon, and 2 tsps of vanilla. We’ll see what it tastes like tomorrow. Can’t wait! thanks for the recipe (and please update it when you can).
I love everything about this – it looks SO easy!
I’m in the process of creating this easy and wonderful sounding dessert…in the recipe there is no amount of Cinnamon or Vanilla listed. I’m guessing that I will be happy, as I did use 1 tsp. vanilla and 1/2 tsp. cinnamon. But for the future, maybe you could let me know if my “3rd. eye” was on the money or not 🙂
Yum! My mouth is seriously watering right now! I must make this 🙂 Thank you!
Love that this is no-churn!! The peaches and graham crackers in this are amazing – I love my ice cream to have chunks in it
Looks delicious! I however do not like grahams in ice cream, I wonder how the cinnamon grahams or granola would be… 🙂
Just – WOW!! I’ll take two scoop, please. (Also, great minds think alike. Three cheers for homemade ice cream!)
This looks awesome! I love the use of graham crackers in the recipe…what a great idea…thanks for sharing!
I love no-churn ice cream and this one is great!
Oh my word, this looks amazing!!!
OMG!! I so can’t wait to make this!
I want a double scoop!
I’ll take four scoops for breakfast, please 🙂
Oh my Jenny! I’m smacking my lips this morning looking at this luscious ice cream! 🙂
I have some boys who would LOVE this ice cream!
This ice cream looks so easy!!! LOVE it!
I just made a peach ice cream! But, yours is no churn so that is always a winner. The graham crackers crumbs are such a fun touch. Peaches are acceptable for breakfast…right? Pinning!
I love the idea of using graham crackers for dded crunch with this classic peaches and cream combo. This ice cream is perfect summer food.
Jenny the step shots before it’s frozen just show how ULTRA creamy and soft and amazing it is – and the graham crackers, great touch! Pinned!