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This recipe is extremely easy to make and is well worth the effort. I made a quart of it and devoured the entire batch in the same day. I will be preparing this often. I made 2 changes in the diet version, I used 1/2&1/2 instead of 1% milk and I used Splenda instead of equal. The taste is so creamy and refreshing, absolutely delicious.

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albert ehrhart September 12, 2002

I made this last weekend. It was delicious! I held back one peach that I diced up and added to the machine about 5 minutes before it was done so there would be bits of peach in the ice cream. Also, I added just a pinch of cinnamon. Delicious! Thanks for a great recipe.

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Citruholic July 13, 2009

Great recipe! Peach Ice Cream is my absolute favorite ice cream and this recipe says it all. Like Sue suggested, I did add some peach chunks at the end of the cycle. When I was pureeing the peaches, I also threw in a banana which gave it a taste to die for! Also at the end, I added some crumbled vanilla wafers that gave a little crunch and the vanilla flavor to the ice cream. The almond flavoring set the ice cream off and put in into my now favorite recipes! My boys (son and grandson) ate the whole container in one sitting!

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Witch Doctor June 12, 2008

Absolutely wonderful! The key to this recipe is to chill the prepared ingredients at least two hours before adding them to the ice cream maker. I put the freezer and the dasher in the freezer overnight. A tip for those who did not like the almond flavoring...I added to the mixture 1 Tbsp Grand Marnier, 1/2 tsp good vanilla and a generous pinch of Kosher salt. I also saved a fresh peach, diced it, and added it to the puree. So easy and sooo good!

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cookingsfun2 June 08, 2012

My friends and I loved this recipe!! I did use canned peaches and should have cut out a bit more sugar, maybe closer to half, but it still tasted great. I liked the almond extract in it too. It gave it a great flavor.

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pingpong1218 August 29, 2010

Ice Cream turned out pretty good. I doubled the ingredients but it really didn't make too much. Next time I think it would taste better if you chopped the peaches rather that puree them.. Thanks!

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Bippie January 20, 2010

This was very good and easy to prepare. Next time I may try omitting the almond extract. It seemed to overpower the peaches.

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cewrdh October 03, 2009

My first time making peach ice cream, and it's awesome. The almond extract really shows, and the flavor is awesome. I used fat free Half & Half, and the texture was great. You don't need tons of fat for a good ice cream flavor.

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S3b4s June 16, 2008

This was really YUMMY!!!! I made the regular last evening s a treat after dinner....I am making some again today! Thank you for such a geat recipe!

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LeahMarie June 14, 2003

This is a tasty and good quick recipe...but is nothing like a custard ice cream. If you are looking for the creamy custard type of ice cream look for a recipe that calls for eggs...which you will have to cook and spend more time.

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Chix Lady August 21, 2011
Fresh Peach Ice Cream (Regular and Diet Versions)