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With fragrant, Georgia peaches piled high in my fruit bowl, it’s no surprise this fabulous recipe for Fresh Peach Ice Cream beckoned me. Chopped and macerated peaches were mixed into a vanilla custard then frozen into creamy deliciousness.

This Easy Homemade Peach Ice Cream is the epitome of summer desserts! Seasonal peaches frozen with a luscious, creamy custard is a most delicious way to keep cool on a hot, humid day.

Fresh Peach iice cream scoops in an orange trimmed bowl

Fresh Peach Ice Cream

The Blogger Clue team was on the hunt for recipes to beat the heat. Each of us was assigned another blog, and I was the lucky recipient of Cooking on the Ranch. Lea Ann hails from just south of Denver at the foot of the Rocky Mountains and lives on what was formerly a working cattle ranch. She adores food and wine and takes awesome photos and cooks up some marvelous recipes. I had an inkling that I’d like to feature ice cream, and I zeroed in on both her fresh peach version and her balsamic roasted strawberry ice cream. Since I had an ample supply of Georgia peaches ripening on my counter, a fresh peach ice cream recipe seemed a must!


Fresh Peach Ice Cream in a loaf pan with an orange handled ice cream scoop

Tips for Making an Easy Homemade Peach Ice Cream

Cream, half and half, sugar and peaches—this fresh peach ice cream was destined to be sublime.

  • No overnight chilling was needed, just mix and pour into the ice cream maker.
  • It took a few hours in the freezer to become firmer than soft serve, but it was worth the wait. I was on cloud nine sampling what was left on my machine’s paddle.
  • Since any larger pieces of fruit can get icy when frozen, I’d recommend a good mashing of the diced fruit.
  • Nick and I doubled up our peach intake by having our scoops of fresh peach ice cream over Peach Crisp. Fruit is healthy, right???

More Peach Recipes You’ll Love

Stock up on peaches so you, too, can make this old fashioned homemade ice cream recipe and a few more of my favorites!

Check out more delectable Ice cream on my Ice Creams and Gelatos Pinterest Board.

Fresh Peach iice cream scoops in an orange trimmed ceramic ice cream cone


Peach Ice Cream | Sweet. luscious summer treat!

Fresh Peach Ice Cream

This marvelous fresh peach ice cream recipe is courtesy of Lea Ann of Cooking on the Ranch.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Yield 10 servings


  • 3 eggs, beaten
  • 1 3/4 cups sugar
  • 5 fresh peaches, peeled, pits removed and finely chopped
  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 1 cup half and half
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla
  • A rounded 1/4 teaspoon salt


  1. In a large bowl, whisk together eggs and sugar till smooth.
  2. Place diced peaches in a medium bowl and mash a few times with a potato masher.
  3. Stir the peaches into the eggs, then mix in cream, half and half, vanilla and salt.
  4. Pour the mixture into the freezer container of ice cream maker and process according to manufacturer's instructions.


This recipe utilizes raw eggs. If serving to children, elderly or the immune-suppressed, please use pasteurized eggs to avoid salmonella.

Total time depends on how long it takes your ice cream maker to process the ice cream.
This recipe is half of Lea Ann's original recipe and I still could not fit it all into my ice cream maker. Store unused peach custard in the refrigerator and freeze within 24 hours.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 384Total Fat: 21gSaturated Fat: 13gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 118mgSodium: 102mgCarbohydrates: 46gFiber: 1gSugar: 45gProtein: 5g


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38 comments on “Fresh Peach Ice Cream”

  1. There’s nothing quite like homemade peach ice cream. What a sublime recipe!

  2. Too bad here it’s not peach season!

  3. The ice cream sounds good, lovin’ your ice cream cone dishes too Liz:@) I see peach upside down cake in the ‘you might also likes’… yum!

  4. I am drooling – I can smell it through my screen. 🙂 YUMM!

  5. My mouth is watering! I need a huge bowl of this ice cream right now!!

  6. Oh! Peaches AND ice cream…the absolute perfect summer food. I’d gladly beat the heat with this ANY day.

  7. Great recipe! That sounds perfect for beating the heat!

  8. I’m loving the fresh summer peaches right now too so I’m glad you decided on this recipe….it looks amazing!

  9. What a cute ice cream cone dish! 🙂 I love the colors in your ice cream and peach ice cream is the perfect thing for August and beating the heat!

  10. This looks so delicious! Your ice cream cone/wafer bowl dishes are adorable.

  11. Peaches just say, “Summer!” Peach Ice Cream in a bowl or on a cone…I would love it!

  12. Love peaches in anything, but they might be best in ice cream. This looks terrific — my kind of dessert. Thanks!

  13. Swoon! I cannot get enough of peaches right now and this looks incredible! And I love your adorable waffle cone and bowl!!

  14. Oh my goodness I just love your ice cream cone and bowl!! They perfectly compliment that stunning peachy ice cream.

  15. What cute ceramic cones, Liz! As always, your photos are lovely. I’ll take two scoops of the peach, please!

  16. What a PERFECT beat the heat treat, especially with peaches in the peak season! Wish I had a bowl in front of me right now.

  17. I could totally go for some peach ice cream! I may have to drag out the ice cream maker next time we’re at the cottage, I’ll plan to buy fruit on the way up from the Mennonite farmers. Love your bowls.

  18. It is nearly peach season here in Michigan and I know what I am making…I just wish I had some of those adorable cone cups in which to serve it.

  19. Peaches are one of my favorite summer fruits, this ice cream looks good and must taste heavenly. A must try this summer.

  20. Absolutely lovely, Liz! I couldn’t imagine a more perfect summer treat.

  21. Lizzy I have to try this ice cream when I have peach in summer, look delicious!!

  22. Lea Ann’s recipe is indeed inspired! Double scoop please! (Love the no overnight freezing, too!)

  23. I love peaches at this time of year. I wish I had a ice cream makers so that I could make this ice cream. It looks perfect for summer.

  24. hallo what is this half and half ?

    • Half and half is sometimes known as coffee cream—less fat than heavy cream. You can simulate it by mixing together half milk and half heavy cream. Hope this helps 🙂

  25. Lizzy,
    Yum. Peach Ice Cream sounds delicious. Fruit in any form counts as healthy. It must be so nice to meet with other bloggers.

  26. I haven’t made ice cream once this summer. Must remedy that soon and make this recipe.

  27. What a tasty way to beat the heat!

  28. I love peach ice cream and never can find it in our grocery stores here. We finally bought an ice cream maker and tomorrow we will be making peach ice cream. Thank you for the recipe.

  29. The pictures look great and all the comments sounds wonderful so we will try this receipe.

  30. got to love no churn this looks marvelous!

  31. yummm perfect for a hot summer day

  32. Confused as to why the lead in to recipe says no eggs and one of the first ingredients is 3 eggs.

    • Yikes, you’re exactly right, Pat. I do have a no-churn peach ice cream without eggs, and these tips were added years after this was first posted. I was probably updating both on the same day. Blame it on multi-tasking! Thanks so much for catching my error!

  33. I love this peach ice cream! We’ve enjoyed some after dinner every night!

  34. Just picked my peaches from my back yard tree and this ice cream was the perfect use of them! Absolutely amazing 

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