Only 3 ingredients needed for peachy cream heaven! A simple, no churn summer dessert that’s sure to please everyone. It’s peach season- the perfect time to make this refreshing peach ice cream kissed with a hint of fresh rosemary. Summertime calls for cool, no bake desserts and this ice cream is one you’ll love!
Ah, peaches. They are my official fruit of summer, and I’m always looking for fun, new ways to use them. This ice cream recipe is so easy it nearly makes itself. No churn and no fuss with all the creaminess intact. Who wants to be in a hot kitchen in the middle of July? Not me- this a perfect sweet treat for lazy summer days. Just freeze and walk away.
I love plain ol’ peach flavor but wanted to elevate the ice cream and add something unexpected. I have a large rosemary plant on the front porch that was begging to be used and I think it’s a match made in heaven! The rosemary’s sharpness is a perfect complement to the slightly tangy sweetness of the pureed peaches. Basil or ginger would also be make interesting additions.
One of the best ways to stay connected to your community and nature is to eat with the seasons. It’s peach time here in Tennessee, and while I love a juicy bite year round, nothing matches eating something at it’s natural peak. It also feels good to have herbs on hand to incorporate into my recipes ( also a lot cheaper). Having a little herb garden in the middle of the city is so much fun!
I’d love to hear what y’all are doing to stay cool in the kitchen- be it ice cream, icebox pies or cocktails. Try my Peach Rosemary Ice Cream and leave a comment- can’t wait to hear from you!
No- Churn Peach Rosemary Ice Cream
- food processor or blender
- 3-4 ripe peaches
- 14 oz sweetened condensed milk 1 can
- 1 tbsp fresh rosemary finely chopped
- Add all ingredients to food processor or blender. Puree until desired smoothness is achieved.
- Pour into shallow freezer-safe container. Freeze for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight.
- I like the texture of larger pieces of rosemary and peach in my ice cream, but feel free to puree until your mixture is totally smooth.
- Sub 1 tsp of dried rosemary if you don’t have access to fresh sprigs.
- Frozen peaches can be used instead of fresh.