How to make Rosemary Peach Ice Cream

If you’re craving a refreshing dessert with a hint of rosemary, this recipe is for you! It’s a simple ice cream base that can be made with or without the peach skins, and is delicious served with your favorite toppings.

Start by making an ice cream base. This is a simple recipe that uses milk, sugar, and egg yolks. The eggs help temper the hot cream and prevent it from curdling.

1. Caramelize the Peaches

Caramelized peaches are a perfect partner for ice cream. They taste so good together and are the best summer dessert!

The secret to making this dish is a little bit of sugar and cinnamon powder. This is what makes them caramelize so well!

This recipe is very simple and takes only a few basic ingredients. The main ones are peaches, sugar and cinnamon powder.

2. Make the Ice Cream Base

Making homemade ice cream can be time consuming and temperamental. Getting a smooth, creamy ice cream isn’t easy and the process can be frustrating at times (especially when the ice cream doesn’t thicken).

The trick to making great ice cream that’s not icy is controlling how much water there is in the base. That’s why it’s so important to chill the base before churning.

This can be done by covering the base with plastic wrap and placing it in the refrigerator for several hours or by creating an ice bath. Once it’s cooled to 43degF or below–a temperature verified with your Thermapen–transfer it to the freezer bowl of your ice cream machine and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

3. Steep the Rosemary

A sweet and savory addition to this classic summer dessert, rosemary sprigs infuse the peach ice cream base with subtle flavor. It’s a perfect way to add a touch of freshness without making it overly sweet or too intense.

A great herb for a warm and cozy cup of tea, rosemary is known to support digestive health. It’s also a natural antioxidant.

To make a refreshing and aromatic rosemary tea, simply harvest a few sprigs from your garden or buy it at the grocery store. Fill a cup or mug with boiling water, cover, and steep for 5 minutes.

You can then enjoy your rosemary tea as a refreshing drink on its own or with a hint of honey, lemon or other sweetener. It’s a healthy and delicious treat you can enjoy all day long!

4. Freeze the Ice Cream Base

If you’re looking for an easy way to satisfy your ice cream cravings, this Rosemary Peach Ice Cream is a great choice! It’s creamy, sweet, and fresh.

This ice cream is also a good choice for vegetarians, as it is egg-free. And, unlike traditional ice cream, it can be frozen and then churned without needing an ice cream maker.

To prepare the ice cream base, whip the heavy cream until stiff peaks form, then stir in condensed milk, cinnamon, and sliced peaches. Transfer the mixture to an ice cream storage container or a 9×5-inch loaf pan, cover tightly, and freeze until firm.

5. Churn the Ice Cream

This easy ice cream recipe is an easy way to cool off on a hot summer’s day. It’s flavored with honey and a hint of rosemary, making it an extra special treat.

The ice cream base can be made in a blender or food processor, but it’s best to churn it in an ice cream maker to achieve the creamy consistency of soft serve ice cream. Make sure to keep the bowl and ice cream mixture cold throughout the churning process.

Ice cream is a dairy product that’s reliant on solid fat content, like heavy cream, to give it its smooth texture and rich flavor. Substitutes, such as low-fat or skim milk, don’t freeze well and don’t have much flavor.

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