White Chocolate Peach Ice Cream

Are we all sick of these darned peaches yet? Are we all ice-creamed out, too?

In our house: never! 

Or at least we have to keep telling ourselves that to get through the giant bushel of peaches, and justifying that second helping of ice cream... This ice cream was incredible. White chocolate and peaches were simply meant for each other. I basically used the same recipe for my Cinnamon Peach Ice Cream, and removed the cinnamon, and added the white chocolate chips. The warm peach sauce melted the chips in the cream mixture before I slipped the container into the fridge. So there's a gorgeous stream of white chocolate ripple plus little pieces of whole chocolate chips hidden throughout the ice cream. Make it, I dare you. The second-helping bug will most certainly find you as well.

Today my little man is a bit under the weather. We're snuggling in and hoping he doesn't get any worse. The second his head hits his pillow for his afternoon nap, I'm starting on cake 2 out of 3 cakes this week - a 2 tier fondant ribbon cake for my brother-in-law's Wedding Open House tomorrow. Fondant and I usually go postal on each other by the end, so let's pray we're still friends by the time tomorrow evening rolls around.


White Chocolate Peach Ice Cream
makes 1/5 quart of ice cream

2 lbs peaches, pitted, and coarsely chopped
1/4 C + 2 T sugar
1 T lemon juice
1 pinch of salt
1 1/2 C heavy cream
1/2 C milk
3/4 C white chocolate chips

1. In a medium saucepan, combine the peaches, 7 tablespoons of sugar, lemon juice, and salt. Cook over medium heat, mashing, until jam-like in texture (about 15 minutes), using a whisk. Remove from heat and cool until the mixture doesn't burn your finger if inserted.
2. In a medium bowl, whisk together the cream, milk, 3 T of sugar, and white chocolate chips until the sugar has dissolved. Stir in the warm peach mixture and refrigerator for 4 hours in an airtight container.
3. Pour the ice cream mixture (probably half frozen, half runny by now) into your ice cream machine. Process according to directions by manufacturer. Transfer back to an airtight container and freeze until firm, about 3 hours.

source: BwB original 


  1. yummy! Sometimes I think I need to hide your posts so I can stop drooling!! I'm just glad I live near my mom again and can borrow her ice cream machine.

  2. Baking with Blondie - you were raised at the foot of a busy mom - and you survived. You do amazing things to make the world a better place one delicious thing at a time.... savor the busy moments, the smells and tastes and moments when your life seems busy - for in that, you become even better than you were the day before. Cheers to peaches, and cakes and little boys that love their mom, and musicians that shine, and lucky readers that get to experience a bit of reality in all you post. xoxoxo


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