Make this healthy and absolutely creamy Peach Ice Cream at home, in a matter of minutes and without an ice cream maker. Tastes like summer! BONUS: This peach ice cream is dairy-free, vegan, paleo, and gluten-free!
If you can eat an entire can of ice cream in one sitting, please raise your hand. I know I can. I try not to, but I know I can.
Ever since I decided to stick to eating clean, I knew I had to find a way to incorporate my favorite foods into my lifestyle or it was never going to be successful. Cheat meals are great and all, but they are rare and I need something I like that I can actually eat (almost) on a daily basis.
So, among other things, I started making healthy ice cream at home. Believe it or not, it’s much easier than it sounds. You don’t even need an ice cream maker.
Don’t believe me? Keep reading 🙂
HOW TO MAKE HEALTHY ICE CREAM
Making ice cream at home is really simple and I LOVE how you know exactly what you’re eating. No hidden artificial sweeteners, no additives… Just clean, wholesome ingredients that will make your ice cream super flavorful.
If you want to make healthy ice cream at home, all you really need to do is swap the unhealthy, sugary ingredients for the equally flavorful, but healthier options. Easy peasy.
For example, in this healthy peach ice cream recipe, we…
- substitute heavy cream with coconut milk
- substitute white sugar with either raw honey or pure maple syrup
For other easy swaps and healthy ice creams, check out some of my favorite healthy ice cream recipes, like this Chocolate Banana Ice Cream or the absolutely amazing Eggnog Ice Cream. NOM.
HOW TO MAKE PEACH ICE CREAM
You can make healthy homemade peach ice cream without an ice cream maker. It’s mess-free, fuss-free, and it’s basically just tossing all the ingredients into the food processor and pulsing until smooth.
Once smooth, transfer your soon-to-be ice cream into a freezer-safe container and freeze for a minimum of 4 to 6 hours until mostly solid.
That’s really all you need to do.
HOW LONG DOES HOMEMADE PEACH ICE CREAM LAST?
Well, that really depends on your self-control. But, if stored properly, homemade ice cream can last for up to a month, allowing you to enjoy peach ice cream throughout the summer!
More Healthy Ice Cream Recipes
- 1 Ingredient Banana Ice Cream Recipe Without An Ice Cream Maker
- Eggnog Ice Cream
- Peach Frozen Yogurt
- 5 ripe peaches
- 2 14-oz cans full-fat coconut milk, refrigerated
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 tsp ground cinnamon
- 1/4 cup pure maple syrup
- 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice
Combine the ingredients in a food processor and process until smooth. You can remove the skin from the peach if you'd like, but it's not necessary and will get blended once frozen.
Transfer the mixture into a freezer-safe container and freeze for a minimum of 4-6 hours, until mostly solid.
When ready to serve, allow to thaw on counter for 5-10 minutes, then stir until creamy and smooth.
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14 thoughts on “Peach Ice Cream”
Can I use Greek yogurt instead of coconut milk? This sounds amazing but is allergic to coconut.
Hi Amber, thank you for your question. Greek yogurt should work just fine as a substitute! -Jen
I made this recipe and it turned to an ice cube. After thawing for 20 minutes it is just liquid and solid. There is no way to stir it together. I don’t see that I did anything wrong.
My coconut milk has the consistancy of milk. Yours looks thick??
It looks like she is using the “cream” from the top of a can, and not the watery “milk”…
Can I use heavy cream instead of coconut milk or cream? Thank you!🙂
Can I use heavy cream instead of coconut milk or cream
I am making it now. The lickings were delicious! I substituted orange blossom honey for the maple syrup.
Wow, that sounds amazing!!
Hi Lacey, love all your recipes!
Do you think this ice-cream could work using frozen peach slices? I have a huge bag in the freezer and I mostly use them for smoothies, but this looks like a MUCH better option for those babies!
Thanks for all the ideas 🙂
Yes, it totally would work! Great use of frozen fruit 🙂
Sounds good this summer!
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