August 28, 2013

Peach Cobbler No-Machine Ice Cream {& Get 'REAL'}

Thank you to the REAL Seal for sponsoring this post.

Do you like peach cobbler?  Well, how about Peach Cobbler Ice Cream?  Oohhhhhhh, I so think you will.  And I'm so happy to have partnered with the REAL Seal to create this delicious recipe.

When the great folks at the REAL Seal reached out to me for their “Beat the Heat, End of Summer Treat” recipe challenge, it was a really easy decision for me to say yes to partnering with them.  I mean, who doesn't love to create {or eat} fun beat-the-heat summer treats??

So after a little brainstorming with the hubby, the idea for this Peach Cobbler Ice Cream was born ... based on one of our absolute favorite summer desserts, Brandied Peach Cobbler.  And the final result did.  not.  disappoint.  Not one bit.

But before we talk Peach Cobbler Ice Cream specifics, let's talk the REAL Seal.  Some of you may be thinking, huh?  What's the REAL Seal?

Well, it's that red swirlish mark with the word 'REAL' in the middle we find on quality-made dairy products ... see?


Yes! ... that 'REAL' seal!

The REAL Seal was created by America's Dairy Farmers over 30 years ago to designate dairy products made entirely with the wholesome goodness of U.S.-produced cow's milk.

Like the whipping cream I used to whip up this scrumptious Peach Cobbler Ice Cream.

With products carrying the REAL Seal, you can rest assured you're purchasing quality dairy products certified to meet specific standards, and that contain no imported, imitation, or substitute milk or dairy products.  So look for that little red 'REAL' seal when making your dairy product choices.


Oh, and give the REAL Seal character a name!  Yes, this cute little guy is currently nameless.  Can you help him??  If you've got a great name suggestion, pop on over to the REAL Seal Character Naming Campaign page until August 31, 2013 to submit your ideas.  Then be sure to visit the REAL Seal Facebook page throughout October, 2013 to vote for the suggested name you like best.  Help put a name with the REAL face!

And now let's look at how to make this yummy Peach Cobbler Ice Cream, whipped up with certified REAL seal whipping cream and loaded with peach cobbler yumminess.


One of the many beauties of this ice cream is that no machine is required to make it.  Now, I have nothing against machine-made ice cream ... but I love the simplicity of ice creams whipped up without them {like my 3-Ingredient Coconut Ice Cream, and Coconut Caramel Swirl Ice Cream}.

To pull this beat-the-heat treat together, simply whip up some homemade whipped cream ... beat in some sweetened condensed milk ... and stir in a can of peach pie filling.

I like to run a knife through the pie filling ... while it's still in the can ... to cut up the full-sized slices of fruit before adding it to the whipped cream.  


That takes care of the peach part of the ice cream.

But what about the cobbler part?

The hubby and I turned to our favorite peach cobbler recipe for inspiration ... and our favorite peach cobbler just so happens to be topped with a sugar-cookie-like crust.  So, for our ice cream ... we recreated the cobbler part with crumbles of delicious soft and chewy sugar cookies.

Oh.  Yes.  We.  Did.

And we think this stuff is the perfect "Beat the Heat, End of Summer Treat."  

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Peach Cobbler Ice Cream
Source:  A Tracey original


Ingredients
  • 2 c. whipping cream or heavy cream
  • 1 (14 oz.) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1/16 tsp. ground cloves
  • 1 (21 oz.) can peach pie filling
  • 1 c. crumbled soft sugar cookies (I buy my sugar cookies at the grocery store bakery, or you can make your own)
Directions
  1. Chill a large mixing bowl and the beaters of an electric mixer (or whisk attachment of a stand mixer) in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes. Remove from the refrigerator and pour the whipping cream into the chilled bowl. Add the vanilla extract and ground cloves. Beat on high speed until stiff peaks form. Gently stir in the sweetened condensed milk.
  2. Run a large sharp knife through the peach pie filling several times while it's still in the can, breaking up the large peach slices into bite-sized pieces. Gently stir the peach pie filling into the whipped cream mixture. Gently fold in the sugar cookie crumbles.
  3. Spoon into a freezer safe container, cover, and freeze for about 4 hours or overnight.

12 comments:

  1. Mmmm, I think I might have to make this for Labor Day!

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  2. I LOVE no machine ice cream and peach is my absolute FAV! This looks delicious!

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    1. Thanks so much, Tiffany. The sugar cookie cobbler component makes the peach ice cream even that much better!

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  3. Wow!!! Definitely, a frozen treat to die for... I am drooling!!!!!

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  4. This sounds SO GOOD. Peach is my favorite flavor of homemade ice cream, but I never thought to add a cobbler component. Love the idea of the sugar cookies...brilliant! Can't wait to try this...thanks for the inspiration! :)

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    1. Thank you so much, Samantha! Wish I could take credit for the sugar cookie/cobbler brilliance ... but that credit all goes to the hubby!! He came up with that wonderful idea. :-)

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  5. Sounds so delicious and can't wait to try as peaches are my hubby's favorite for pies and Ice cream.

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  6. Wow, this sounds amazing! Love the peach pie filling! Thanks for sharing at Sweet & Savory Saturdays #28.

    ~Amber @ DessertNowDinnerLater.com

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  8. Sharing this on my FB page today :) This looks amazingly delish! Thanks for linking up with Tickled Pink Times Two.
    xoxo

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  9. This looks so yummy! I found you through Make the Scene Monday! If you like to link up come over to Craft Frenzy Friday at www.craftdictator.com!

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