How to Make No Churn Peach Ice Cream

I’ve been on a no-churn ice cream kick lately. It’s probably because I donated my ice cream freezer a few years ago and now I’ve found I really don’t miss it. So, say hello to No Churn Peach Ice Cream.

No Churn Peach Ice Cream

If there’s one recipe (OK – there’s many) I wish I had written down before my mom graduated to heaven, it’s her homemade peach ice cream recipe. I remember way back in the day before electric ice cream freezers were a thing. We had a hand-crank ice cream freezer and I remember that thing cranking out some really good ice cream.

Every Sunday afternoon during the spring and summer, we’d host a softball game in grandpa’s cow pasture right next door to our house. Extended family and neighbors in our Kramer community would show up and we’d all play softball.

The kids, the adults, everyone got to play ball on those sultry summer Sunday afternoons. I won’t even tell you about the time my Aunt Jean got her nose broke while playing the position of catcher. These were some serious games!

Afterward, mom would haul out the ice cream maker, the rock salt, and the ice. She’d mix up the peach ice cream base complete with fresh Georgia peaches. Once everything was in place, we’d take turns turning the handle. The ice cream was ready when the crank would barely turn. It seemed to take forever back then.

Since I don’t have mom’s recipe and I no longer have an electric ice cream freezer, I came up with my own version of No Churn Peach Ice Cream. I also don’t have any Georgia peaches, but I can’t wait until summer and South Carolina peaches picked at their peak from McLeod Farms.  I’m glad McLeod’s is not far from me. I can have fresh peaches all season long.

No Churn Peach Ice Cream

Mix together sweetened condensed milk and peach preserves. Set aside.

Sweetened Condensed Milk & Peach Preserves

Beat heavy cream and vanilla extract until stiff peaks form. Fold the sweetened condensed milk mixture into the heavy cream until combined.

Stir in chopped peaches.

Mix whipped cream, peaches and sweetened condensed milk together

Freeze for at least five hours or overnight, until firm.

Freeze Until Firm

 

Helpful Hint: I always make the ice cream the night before I plan on serving it and let it hang out in the freezer overnight.

That’s it!

No Churn Peach Ice Cream

No Churn Peach Ice Cream

Yield: 8

No Churn Peach Ice Cream is so easy to make and it's so refreshing on a hot summer day.

Ingredients

  • 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 cup prepared peach preserves
  • 2 cups heavy whipping cream
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 4 peaches, peeled and rough chopped

Instructions

  1. In a small bowl, combine sweetened condensed milk and peach preserves. Set aside.
  2. In a mixing bowl, add whipping cream and vanilla. Beat until still peaks form.
  3. Fold the sweetened condensed milk mixture into the whipped cream.
  4. Fold in the chopped peaches.
  5. Freeze in a freezer proof container until frozen, about 5 hours or overnight.
Nutrition Information
Yield 8 Serving Size 1/2 cup
Amount Per Serving Calories 309 Total Fat 22g Saturated Fat 14g Trans Fat 1g Unsaturated Fat 7g Cholesterol 69mg Sodium 29mg Carbohydrates 26g Fiber 2g Sugar 21g Protein 3g
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Comments

  1. Yes please! This is perfect for the warmer weather we’ve been having. We just love peaches, so we’ll have to try this one weekend.

  2. This is the perfect summer dessert! I think that ice cream and peaches are both the best of summer!

  3. Oh well now I am going to have to go and get some fresh peaches to make this no churn ice cream. Sounds like the perfect treat for after dinner tonight.

  4. What a perfect recipe for spring and summer! I’ve never tried to make homemade ice cream but this looks easy enough, even for me.

  5. It’s the perfect time for this kind of recipe! This sounds really nice and the process is easier than I thought!

  6. I love homemade ice cream! In fact, the easier it is to make, the better! I love this no churn peach ice cream recipe. Every year we get fresh peaches and always seem to have some leftover. Not anymore!

  7. This ice cream looks so yummy and so simple to make. Strawberry and caramel is my favorite ice cream flavors.

  8. OK, this sounds like it would be absolutely delicious! What a great ice cream and I love that it is no churn.

  9. Since I don’t do dairy any longer I mostly eat sorbet and will have to check your other recipes! I do have a Yonanas machine, but all of that fruit is a blood sugar spiker!

  10. Making my own ice cream is on my summer bucket list. I can’t wait to dive in and this makes it easy because it’s less work

  11. I love homemade ice cream not only because its inexpensive but also you know what ingredients you put it. Lately I am trying to cut my sugar but with this I can have some exceptions.

  12. We still have an old crank ice cream maker, and we rarely use it, because it is a lot of hard work. I will have to try a no-churn recipe sometime.

  13. That actually sounds absolutely perfect for the summer! I love the taste of peaches and ice cream is my little sister’s favorite, we may need to try this

  14. Oh, wow! It’s that simple? I am definitely going to try your recipe this summer. We always scream for ice cream over here so that is perfect.

  15. This is perfect in this hot weather here. I love ice cream and will be making this a lot!

  16. I love that this has condensed milk in it. The weather has been nice where I am so I’ve been craving ice cream all day long!

  17. That lemon lime sherbet looks very refreshing! I wanna try that white and blueberry icecream though.

  18. This recipe looks so so good! I can’t wait to try this during the summer months!

  19. Making ice cream like this always fascinates me. Does it really taste like regular ice cream?

  20. Rebekah K Jones says

    Alli,
    I can remember when we had cream from the cow in our back lot and Mom used make no churn ice cream She made vanilla and chocolate and I don’t remember anything else. But I gradated high school in 1959 so that was before this year. But that is the type of ice cream tat we had. She put it in ice cube trays. To us it was delicious.
    I wondered if you were about that time. We lived in a small town and my folks raised most of their veggies and beef and pork. They killed and put it up. My Mom used to can sauage after it was cooked.
    Becky

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