No Sugar Homemade Peach Ice Cream

Inspired-Housewife: No Sugar Homemade Peach Ice Cream (DF/GF)

Peach season is in full swing here in Maryland and I love it.  Maryland has some of the best peaches I ever tasted.  The peaches are large and oh, so sweet and perfect for homemade ice cream and other wonderful treats.  I am busy canning peaches, and I figured why not make my family some no sugar peach ice cream.  It was simple to do, and the end result was fabulous.


3-4 medium sized peaches

Almond, coconut or regular milk

Contact Paper Covered Cookie Sheet


Directions on how to make your own no sugar peach ice cream:

Take a pot of water and bring to a boil, once the water is boiling plop in your peaches.  Leave peaches in hot boiling water for no more than 30/45 seconds.  This helps the peels come off the peach easier.

Inspired-Housewife: No Sugar Homemade Peach Ice Cream (DF/GF)
Have a bowl full of ice with water ready to place your peaches in to cool them down and keep them from cooking.  Once the peaches are cooled peel and pit the peaches.

Inspired-Housewife: No Sugar Homemade Peach Ice Cream (DF/GF)
Get a cookie sheet and line it with contact or wax paper.  Then cut your peaches into slices and put them onto the tray.  When done put the sliced peaches into your freezer.  It should only take about three hours or less to totally freeze the fruit.

Inspired-Housewife: No Sugar Homemade Peach Ice Cream (DF/GF)Inspired-Housewife: No Sugar Homemade Peach Ice Cream (DF/GF)
Once your peaches are frozen put them into your blender and chop them up until they are minced.  Then add about 1/3 cup of whatever kind of milk you chose for every six cups of frozen peaches or to the desired thickness.  Blend for three to four minutes and then serve immediately rather than freezing for use later.  There are no softeners in this ice cream and it will freeze as a block of pureed fruit.

Inspired-Housewife: No Sugar Homemade Peach Ice Cream (DF/GF)
Inspired-Housewife: No Sugar Homemade Peach Ice Cream (DF/GF)
This ice cream is not only yummy, but it is good for you too.  There is no added sugar and contains only the natural sugars in the peaches.  Depending on the milk you use (I used coconut milk) you can make this dairy free.  Do not let the summer get away without treating yourself and your family to a wonderful and yummy, healthy treat of no sugar homemade peach ice cream.

Inspired-Housewife: No Sugar Homemade Peach Ice Cream (DF/GF)




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    • says

      Hi April,

      Thanks for stopping in and I wish Maryland had fresh fruit all year around. It gets overwhelming try to keep up with canning, picking freezing and then creating something fun to eat. :) Amee

  1. Lisa says

    This sounds so great! I have a peach tree in my yard yayyy! I especially love that you don’t need an icecream maker!

  2. Swathi says

    Delicious, I love it as it sugar free Thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop. I am going to highlight today’s hearth and soul blog hop.

    • says

      Hi Swathi,

      Thank you so much I will let my readers know about the feature. It was delicious wish peaches are always in season here in Maryland! Amee

  3. Brenda says

    We’ve been using the same prep to make an “ice cream” from ripe bananas, it is genius to make it from peaches! Can’t wait to try, thanks Amee! (If you ever do this with bananas, you can also add cocoa powder for chocolate banana ice cream and/or peanut butter.)


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