Sunday, May 24

RAW Peach Ice Cream

peel & chop up about 8 peaches

put about 1/3 of the peaches in the blender with:
about 1.5 cup cream
about 1.5 cup milk
about 3-4 big blobs honey - best guess?  about 3/4 cup? maybe a bit more...taste it!
1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
1/2 Tsp Almond Extract
6 egg yolks

Blend it all up to dissolve the honey.  Taste, make sure it's sweet enough & tasty.  Don't be grossed out about the raw egg, it's Yolk only & in any case we know our eggs are happy & healthy.   RAW eggs won't hurt you!
I read that the freezing process actually reduces the sweetness, so make a bit more sweet than you actually like...

Freeze according to your manufacturer's directions.  I have the Kitchen Aid Ice Cream attachment & so far I am thrilled with it!  Couldn't be easier & now that I have a biger freezer, it has a constant home on the top shelf (easy access for me to use frequently!)
;) YUM

1 comment:

twoandtwinsmom said...

This also works with only three yolks, since I have to conserve eggs. lol It was WONDERFUL! Gone in two days.
To use up the left over(3)whites:
mix in the kitchen aid on high with the whisker. Add 1/4 tsp. cream of tarter, 1 tsp. vanilla, 1/4 c. sweetener, (I haven't tried honey yet, only the organic cane sugar-blush). Whisk until soft peaks form, then stir in choc. chips (or nibs). Spoon onto greased cookie sheet, bake at 350 for 20-22 minutes. Cool on a wire rack. Yummy cookies!

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