Peach Ice Cream

Peach Ice Cream

Recipe by icecreamcalc
Calories/100g

248

kcal
Sweetness

18

%
Yields

1-1​½

quarts/liter
Weight

1007

g

This recipe contains raw egg yolks. If unsure you should cook the base.

Ingredients

  • Canned peaches, drained
    325g

  • Cream (40%)
    350g

  • Milk (3%)
    70g

  • Skim milk powder
    70g

  • Egg yolk (2)
    34g

  • Sucrose
    130g

  • Dextrose
    20g

  • Stabilizer (see note below)
    1.5g

  • Lemon juice
    5g/1tsp to taste

  • Vanilla extract
    2g

Directions

  • Add all dry ingredients to a bowl and mix well
  • Add milk, cream, vanilla extract and peaches to a blender
  • Blend until smooth
  • Add the dry ingredients
  • Blend on medium/high for one minute
    The mix might be quite thick at this stage.
  • Add egg yolks and blend to incorporate
  • Add the lemon juice to taste
  • Optional. Rest in fridge for a couple of hours
  • Run in ice cream machine

Notes

  • Use your favourite stabilizer and modify weight as needed. More info on this page
  • If using milk/cream with a different fat % use the software to recalculate or this page
  • If you prefer to cook the base checkout this page

Detailed data

NameAmount
Butter fat14.2 %
Total fat15.1 %
MSNF9.2 %
TSNF28.0 %
Total solids43.1 %
POD179.9
Freezing point-3.2°C, 26.3°F
Weight1007.5 g
Final weight1007.5 g
Serving temp-15.5°C, 4.2°F
Energy/100g248 kcal
Energy/100g248 kcal
Cost0.0
Evaporation0.0 g
Evaporation %0.0 %
Cacao fat0.0 %
Other fat0.9 %
Protein3.9 %
Total sugar22.5 %
Sugar17.4 %
Lactose5.0 %
Lactose/Water8.8 %
MSNF/Water16.2 %
Other solids1.5 %
Cacao solids0.0 %
Water56.9 %
Stabilizers0.15 %
Stabilizers/Water0.26 %
Salt0.0 %
Alcohol0.1 %
HF0.0
PAC se251.6
PAC normalized442.2
FP SE-2.7°C, 27.1°F
FP MSNF-0.4°C, 31.3°F
FP Salt0.0°C, 32.0°F
FP Alcohol0.0°C, 31.9°F
HF@Serving temp75

2 thoughts on “Peach Ice Cream”

    1. Yes, I use raw egg yolks often and it is not a problem where I live and the eggs I use are safe.
      If you are unsure you should cook the base.
      I have updated the recipe with a notation about this.

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