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After many request, I say that lightly…I was flooded with request for the homemade ice cream recipes. I learned something about my reader’s today, you all love ice cream as much as I do!
Luckily, my grandma was on it and she contacted my cousin and great aunt. They blessed us with these wonderful recipes!
Keep in mind, I have not actually made these before. I will be trying them now; however, up until this point I have only ate the final product. I can tell you that it’s likely the best ice cream I have ever eaten.
Do you want the Butterfinger recipe? Click HERE!
I will say after being sent these recipe, I was unaware of how simple this is to make. I am planning to try these out soon. Has anyone used the Kitchen Aid Ice Cream attachment? I’m debating which to buy either the attachment or the ice cream maker.
I would love your input. Enjoy your delicious ice cream!
I’ll be sharing the vanilla and chocolate recipes in the near future. Stay Tuned!
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- 4 Cups sugar
- 2 Cups water
- 4 Cups fresh or frozen peaches, peeled
- 2-3 Quarts Fat Free Half and Half
- Bring sugar and water to a rolling boil; continue cooking for about 1 minute.
- Let mixture cool.
- Chop peaches in a food processor or blender to your desired consistency.
- Pour fruit into sugar mixture and let soak until you are ready to make ice cream.
- Mix fruit mixture with 2 quarts of half and half and pour into 4 quart ice cream maker.
- Add additional half and half or 2% milk as needed to reach the “fill” line on your ice cream maker.
- Continue making ice cream as instructed on the ice cream maker instructions.