Monday, August 24, 2009

Peach Ice Cream

Tuesdays at the Table

Tasty Tuesday
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Still feelin' Georgia peachy! This fab recipe is from the cookbook,
"The Church Ladies' Divine Desserts."

1 quart heavy whipping cream
2 quarts whole milk
1 1/2 cups sugar
2 Tablespoons vanilla
1 cup ripe peaches, peeled and sliced

Mix all ingredients, except peaches, in an ice cream freezer. Follow your machine's instructions. Churn until nearly set frozen. Add peaches and stir. Put in coldest part of freezer for 1 hour before serving. For best texture, serve right from the churn.

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Big love to Cole at All the Small Stuff for hosting Tuesdays at the Table and to Jen at Balancing Beauty and Bedlam for hosting Tasty Tuesday!


Michelle said...

Yum, Lisa!! I still need to get myself an ice cream maker! Thanks for sharing the recipe. :)


Anonymous said...

this sounds good, now I need to go get an ice cream maker!

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Dear Rooster Party Participant,

Just a reminder that the Rooster Party is this Friday, August 28th. I am so glad you joined and I'm really looking forward to seeing your Roosters.

Hope you have a wonderful time!


Cathy said...

Peach ice cream is the best!!! YUMMY!!!

Thanks for the warm welcome back!!! I have missed you!!! I love your bungalow post!!! If I could talk my husband into it...I would be living in a bungalow. I am ready for a change and I have always wanted to live in a quaint little cottage. Maybe some day!!!

I am looking forward to seeing you at the rooster party!!!

SnoWhite said...

looks great to me! I love that there's no eggs in this recipe either.

Cole said...

I have got to get off my bum and invest in an ice cream machine! That recipe looks AMAZING! Thanks for sharing. :-)

Rebecca @ Belle Blog said...

mmmmm yummy. just found your delicious looking blog. that ice cream looks like such a treat. Glad I found your blog.
♥ Rebecca

Barbara said...

Stop with the ice cream, my favorite food in the whole wide world and I am on a diet and have not had any in one month.

Post something like tofu casserole!

Starving, Barbara

Rebecca said...

Sounds YUMMY my friend~

About the song LEAVE IT THERE...

I can't read the words or hum the melody without being catapulted back to my childhood. The song was a staple in our wee home and my mother's voice (sadly silenced by nerve deafness) sang it more times than I can say. It's message is far reaching...and you are right...incredibly comforting!

Thanks for visiting sweet friend! Continue to LOVE YOUR BLOG!

Love, Rebecca

Karyn Bernard (French Charming) said...

Hi Lisa,

That looks so good! It's 104 degress here and ice cream sounds perfect right now! Thank you for the yummy recipe!


Tracy said...

Ok now I have to go get me a bowl of know it is your fault Lisa. That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it! LOL
Have a great day!

Vicki said...

Hello, Lisa,
That ice cream sounds so good. And, if it is a recipe from church ladies, you know it has to be good. They are the best cooks in the world. Ice cream is one of my weaknesses (I have many) so I look forward to trying this. Thanks for stopping by for a visit. Have a wonderful rest of the week. Vicki

red.neck chic said...

Oh my goodness...that ice cream looks like the PERFECT afternoon snack!!! And, I have to tell you...the house in McKinney...I have been drooling over that listing since I spotted here...I now have an extreme case of house envy! LOL I'm currently playing the lottery (as of tuesday) to see if it's supposed to be my new home. ha!

Thank You for the giggle over the spray paint in the garage! LOL It's so nice to know I'm not alone in my spray paintin' shenanigans...

cindy said...

Normally I don't care for fruit in ice cream (or yogurt) but I could make an exception for this! Looks yum! :D

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