Georgia Peach Ice Cream

I scream, you scream, we all scream for Georgia Peach Ice Cream!

This Peach Ice Cream recipe comes to us from the city of Atlanta, Georgia. It’s a non-churn recipe meaning you do not need an ice cream maker, ice, and salt to make this creamy Georgia Peach Ice Cream.

Ways to Make Ice Cream

There are three basic ways of making ice cream, in a baggie, in a pan, or in an ice cream machine. The bag method is the most laborious method as you must shake it by hand until frozen. This recipe calls to freeze it in a pan but it can also be used in an ice cream maker if you wish.

Georgia Peach Ice Cream
Georgia Peach Ice Cream

How to Store Ice Cream

Store your homemade ice cream in the main part of the freezer and avoid storing it on the freezer door, where ice cream can be subject to more fluctuating temperatures since the door is repeatedly opened and shut. Keep your homemade ice cream in an airtight container with a lid tightly closed on it to reduce the formation of ice crystals.

History of Ice Cream

In 1824 Mary Randolph published her cookbook called The Virginia Housewife, which included many ice cream recipes. The first commercial ice-making machine was invented in 1854. In 1913, refrigerators for home use were invented.

History of Peaches

Peaches originally came from China. They were traded along the Silk Road and made their way to Europe before eventually gracing American groves. Franciscan monks introduced peaches to St. Simons and Cumberland islands along Georgia’s coast in 1571.

The Metropolitan City of Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta is the capital of the U.S. state of Georgia. It played an important part in both the Civil War and the 1960s Civil Rights Movement. Atlanta History Center chronicles the city’s past, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site is dedicated to the African-American leader’s life and times. Downtown, Centennial Olympic Park, built for the 1996 Olympics, encompasses the massive Georgia Aquarium.

A Brief History of Atlanta

For thousands of years prior to the discovery of the New World, the indigenous Creek people and their ancestors inhabited the area. The Creek people were forced to leave the area in 1821, under Indian Removal by the federal government, and European American settlers arrived the following year.

By 1860, Atlanta’s population had grown to 9,554 and during the American Civil War, the city was a strategic hub for the distribution of military supplies. In 1864 General Sherman surrounded the city and began a four-month-long siege that would lead to its surrender on September 1, 1864.

During the 20th century, Atlanta enjoyed continued growth by building the city’s infrastructure, and skyscrapers, and attracting merchants and manufacturing companies. During the 2000s, the city of Atlanta underwent profound physical, cultural, and demographic changes. As some of the African American middle and upper classes also began to move to the suburbs, a booming economy drew numerous new migrants from other cities in the United States, who contributed to changes in the city’s demographics.

Tourism in Atlanta

As of 2010, Atlanta is the seventh-most visited city in the United States, with over 35 million visitors per year. Atlanta’s tourism industry is mostly driven by the city’s history museums and outdoor attractions. Tourists are drawn to the city’s culinary scene, which comprises a mix of urban establishments garnering national attention, ethnic restaurants serving cuisine from every corner of the world, and traditional eateries specializing in Southern dining.

The Cuisine of Atlanta

The cuisine of Atlanta reflects both Southern and much broader influences. The city is home to a mix of high-end chef-driven restaurants receiving praise at the national level, an ethnic restaurant scene along Buford Highway, and traditional Southern eateries.

The city’s first restaurant was a tiny establishment manned by a Frenchman named Toney Maquino and he served ham, eggs, and oysters when the city was still known as Marthasville.

The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View
210 Peachtree St NW Greensboro, NC 30303

The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View
The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View

Situated on the uppermost floors of The Westin Peachtree Plaza, The Sun Dial Restaurant, Bar & View offers unparalleled views and a distinct Atlanta dining experience that makes the most of the city’s proximity to local, farm-to-table ingredients. A tri-level complex, The Sun Dial features an upscale restaurant, a cocktail lounge, and an observatory level with a breathtaking 360-degree panorama of the magnificent skyline from 723 feet above.

How to Make This Georgia Peach Ice Cream Recipe

This recipe takes 5 minutes to mix up and 3 hours to freeze. You should stir the mix about every 20 or 30 minutes to help it fluff up a bit.

What You Need to Make Peach Ice Cream

Fast and easy with only 6 ingredients. Replace the peaches with any fruit you like best.

Ingredients for Georgia Peach Ice Cream
Ingredients for Georgia Peach Ice Cream

Equipment Needed

  • Blender
  • 9×5 Loaf Pan
  • Wax Paper

Ingredients Needed

  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 1 cup whole milk
  • 3 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 cup sugar divided
  • 3 cups peaches peeled and sliced

Time needed:Β 3 hours and 5 minutes.

How to Mix Peach Ice Cream

  1. Blend Ingredients

    In a blender, pour in the cream, milk, sugar, lemon juice, vanilla extract, and sugar in the blender and mix well. Blend for about 20 to 30 seconds then add the pieces of peach.

  2. Pour into a Pan

    Blend again for a few seconds. Pour into a metal pan, add the remaining peaches cut into tiny pieces, and place in the freezer for about an hour.

  3. Freeze and Stir

    Remove from the freezer and stir with a spoon. Repeat this two more times every hour for a total of 3 times in 3 hours. You will see the mixture begin to take on the texture of ice cream.

  4. Scoop and Serve

    When it’s ready, scoop it into bowls, cups, or cones. Serve with a peach slice, if desired.

Georgia Peach Ice Cream Mix
Georgia Peach Ice Cream Mix

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Georgia Peach Ice Cream

Georgia Peach Ice Cream

Recipe Author | Captain Cook
This recipe for non-churn Peach ice cream is both easy and tasty. You can use it in an ice cream maker if you want but it turns out creamy and smooth without the maker. It will have your taste buds doing the happy dance.

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Prep Time 5 mins
Freezing Time 3 hrs
Total Time 3 hrs 5 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Servings 7 cups
Calories 275 kcal

Equipment

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • In a blender, pour in the cream, milk, lemon juice, vanilla extract, and sugar into the blender and mix well.
    2 cups heavy cream, 1 cup whole milk, 3 tbsp lemon juice, 1 tsp vanilla extract, 1 cup white sugar
  • Blend for about 20 to 30 seconds then add the pieces of peach.
    3 cups peaches
  • Blend again for a few seconds. Pour into a metal pan, add the remaining peaches cut into tiny pieces, and place in the freezer for about an hour.
  • Remove from the freezer and stir with a spoon.
  • Repeat this two more times every hour for a total of 3 times in 3 hours. You will see the mixture begin to take on the texture of ice cream.
  • When it’s ready, scoop into bowls, cups, or cones. Serve with a peach slice, if desired.

Nutrition

Serving: 1cupCalories: 275kcalCarbohydrates: 37.3gProtein: 2.5gFat: 14gSaturated Fat: 8.6gCholesterol: 50mgSodium: 28mgPotassium: 207mgFiber: 1gSugar: 36.7gCalcium: 62mg
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