No-Churn Sugar Roasted Peach Pie Ice Cream.
More peaches please!
How oh how oh how is this my first ice cream recipe of the season? I’m majorly slacking on ice cream inspo so I’m pretty psyched about this one and hoping you guys will bring some ideas to the table below in the comments. I’m thinking nutella and potato chips and fresh mint but not TOGETHER.
Do not worry.
(But maybe worry.)
Are you obsessed with watching shark week? It’s time! Is it just me or is this shark week a leeeettle bit better than the last year or two? Do you remember losing your mind over shark week ten years ago when it was super legit and scary and awesome and terrifying?
To me, shark week meant the real start of summer, most days spent outside and coming in to watch shark week shows all night with my brothers. And ice cream. TONS of it.
Like this one? I don’t even know where to begin.
Sugar roasted peaches, swirled in ice cream, with big chunks of graham cracker crust pieces. YESSSSSSSS.
This is my summer lifeblood.
I went with graham cracker crust because you guys know I’m a huuuuge graham crust fan. Not only is it easier but I think it tastes so much more delicious. Feel free to use regular old pie crust if you like – you know, maybe you just happen to have some hanging around?
Never. All the crust gets eaten always. By me, always.
Best part about this ice cream, besides the sugar roasted peaches and the crumbs, is that this is NO CHURN! I’ve made a few no churn recipes before – blackberry chip no churn and peanut butter cookie dough blizzards with vanilla no churn (i know, omg) – and it is so, so good. AND EASY.
I will forever love a thick, custard-like ice cream (think Jeni’s) but sometimes I’m lazy, impatient and totally forget to put my ice cream bowl making thing in the freezer 24 hours before. Real life.
What are your 4th of July plans? We have a few parties, lots of fireworks, but obviously the food is the most important right? I’m thinking some trashed up hot dogs, these goat cheese guac burgers, white pizza dip and an XL pitcher of rosé sangria.
And since dessert is always needed, before and after, daily ice cream cones until Tuesday. Work it.
No-Churn Sugar Roasted Peach Pie Ice Cream
- 5 peaches, thinly sliced
- 4 tablespoons brown sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup graham cracker crumbs
- 6 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
- 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 1 tablespoon bourbon
- 2 cups cold heavy cream
- Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Spread the peach slices out in a single layer and sprinkle with the brown sugar and salt. Roast until golden and caramely, flipping once or twice during roast time, about 30 to 35 minutes.
- While the peaches are roasting, stir together the graham crumbs and melted butter. Use your hands to clump together chunks of graham crumbs. Spread the mixture out on parchment so the butter can dry, even if the crumbs are still, well… crumbs.
- In a bowl, whisk together the sweetened condensed milk, vanilla extract and bourbon until combined.
- Place the cold cream in the bowl of an electric mixer and beat on medium high speed until stiff peaks form. Fold the whipped cream into the mixture – constantly folding over and over until everything is combined. This will take a few minutes! Fold in the sugar roasted peaches, reserving a few for the top of the ice cream. Gently stir in most of the graham chunks too. Pour the mixture into a parchment-lined loaf pan or a freezer container. Freeze for at least 6 hours (or overnight) for best results.
- When serving, top with extra graham crumbs or granola if desired!
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57 Comments on “No-Churn Sugar Roasted Peach Pie Ice Cream.”
Totally in love!!!! Those roasted peaches sound LIFE-CHANGING and the fact that this is a no-churn recipes makes it even more amazing!
Fresh mint with coconut and ganache!
that idea sounds wonderful. i’m doing it.
this looks stunning! I also love that it is no churn! As much as I want an ice cream maker – I have no room!
do you have a kitchenaid stand mixer? i used the attachment for that when i churn!
YES! Please keep the amazing ice cream recipes coming.
Chocolate chip Nutella sounds fabulous!! Did you ever have that late night snack flavor of Ben and jerrys with the chocolate covered potato chip pieces inside?? I can’t find it in my grocery store anymore (Wah!) you should sooooo recreate it. Happy 4th!
i am horrified to admit that i’ve already made a chocolate covered potato chip ice cream. what are the chances?!
Hand me a spoon (heck, I’d even use a fork), just get this ice cream in my face ASAP. Drooling! Have a delicious 4th!
you too allison!
I’m glad you’re enjoying Shark Week! I was part of the Tiger Beach show, which played last Sunday if you were able to catch it. :] Those of us who can only drool at the things you make gotta make our bucks somehow, and good shark science seems just as good as the next thing.
oh my gosh how cool!!! that sounds like such a fun job!
ooh, love that you used graham cracker crust! i feel like just plain graham crackers would end up really soggy and sad, but the crust sounds like it would hold up well.
This looks AMAZING, Jess!
Peach is my absolute favorite summer flavor. There’s a place here that makes a great one… so fresh. Hope you and the fam have a wonderful 4th!
i’m with you, i think it’s mine too!
This looks incredible, I never make my own ice cream I think I might have too now!
you do, you do!
I’m a massive fan of peaches, this is perfect x
Oh my gosh I am a huge fan of that graham swirl you threw in there. Graham crust is my favorite pie crust ever.
As for ice cream flavors, you should totally do something snack-inspired, kinda like those pops, only naughtier. I dunno, maybe like a Hostess cream-filled cupcake ice cream. Or a ding-dong ice cream.
omg those are awesome ideas.
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This looks amazing . I have a 2 month old and I want to tell you that your baby posts saved me. I suffered the baby blues pretty bad. I would read your posts over and over and it brought me peace when I thought I couldn’t do another day . Reading how happy you were and your descriptions of late night feedings and savouring every moment changed my outlook . I’m happy to say I’m in a much better place and love my little man with all my heart . You helped me during my darkest time and I wanted to thank you !
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Oh, I can’t wait to make a batch of this ice cream. yum!
This looks so amazing! I want to make this for the 3 day weekend!
This looks so delish! (Am I a bad person cuz I want to eat the peaches before they go into the ice cream?) For flavors… I love lemon ice cream, maybe with your yummy blueberry jam swirled as a ribbon? Mmmmm… And cheesecake ice cream is devine…. With blackberries to cut the richness? Chocolate is wonderful but I can’t seem to get enough of fruit in ice cream…
hey girl this looks so yummy! We’re going over to our neighbor’s tonight for a cookout! And then tomorrow after church we’re having a picnic at a local lake!
Oh my! *heart eyes* I totally need to make this in August when it’s peach season for us. I don’t have an ice cream maker so this is perfect!
Looks amazing!!! I have everything on band except the bourbon… Any easy subs or would it be okay without??
I have the same question! ;)
hi! yep, leave it out. :)
The peaches are roasting as I type and the smell is heavenly! Thankfully, it’s rib season so bourbon is always at the house and I can’t wait to sneak a bit for this. I subbed Belvita crax as I didn’t have any graham crax? What is wrong with me?? Happy 4th in the Burgh!
I was JUST thinking about making my first batch of no churn ice cream. AND I wanted to throw loads of pie in it! You’ve just confirmed my need to do this. It looks incredible!
Just roasted fresh picked peaches and crested this concoction! Not sure how you didn’t just eat the peaches….now I wait for summer yumminess! Love your recipes!!
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the important question is how are those peaches on their own?
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The information from the original articles are helpful and nice, thank Posts.
Can you use canned peaches or do fresh ones work best
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This ice cream is truly delicious. I made only one change which was to add cinnamon – and it was top notch.
Thanks for sharing a no-churn recipe! This was easy and I’m sure we’ll have it again soon!