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Semi-Homemade Peach Cheesecake Ice Cream‏


You may have wondered where we've been for the past week. We haven't forsaken the blogging world but getting on with life took precedence. That means that some posts that were supposed to be taken care of didn't get done and I even missed another commitment with one of my favorite bloggers. Tamara we'll make it up to you, we promise! Many of you may have known that this year has seen a lot of changes not just here on Growing Up Madison, but also in my personal life. This past week I closed on a brand new home which meant that we were busy packing and moving. We're still transitioning in our new home but so far everyone seems to love it. I'm an early riser and a late sleeper but this move has totally got everyone tired. When you're running low on energy sometimes you need a nice pick me up and this is where today's treat comes in. While we love store bought ice-cream, there's nothing like getting in the kitchen and mixing up your own sweet mix. Our semi-homemade peach cheesecake ice-cream is sure to hit the spot with your family members, especially the kids.


Here is what you'll need:

Ingredients

24-ounces vanilla ice cream (half of a standard size container)
1/4 cup vanilla yogurt
1/3 block of cream cheese, softened (appx. 2.67 ounces)
2 cups fresh peaches (about 8 small peaches)


Directions

Peel and roughly chop peaches. To easily peel them, dip them into boiling water for about 30 seconds and then plunge them right down into cold water. The skins should peel right off.


Add the yogurt and cream cheese to a food processor with a dough hook (not the sharp cutting knife) and blend until well incorporated.

Add the ice cream and peaches and blend until everything is mixed well and the peaches are mostly broken down.

Taste and add sweetener, if needed.


Pour into a freezer-safe container and freeze until firm.

To serve, allow the ice cream to sit on the counter for 10-15 minutes before scooping.


Notes: The tanginess of the yogurt and cream cheese are what give this the a classic cheesecake flavor. You could certainly omit them to make just a fresh peach ice cream. Greek yogurt would also be good.

I hope you all enjoy it. So tell me in the comments, which is your favorite ice-cream? 

Annmarie John
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  1. I love fresh peaches & ice cream is a great treat especially since it is getting warmer. I will definitely be giving this delicious recipe a try soon!

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  2. Homemade ice cream is the best. This sounds awesome.

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  3. OH my this sounds delicious. We love a good bowl of ice cream on a summer night.

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  4. Looks delicious! I don't even remember what we had scheduled so you're all good with me!

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  5. I love a good ice-cream with waffles! This looks devine.

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  6. Yum! This looks and sounds amazing! I have made ice cream once and it was super good, I will have to try this and see if my kids enjoy! - jeanine

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  7. We have an ice cream maker and hardly ever use it. I would love to try making peach!

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  8. Oh yeah, this is right up my alley. I could totally make this!

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  9. sounds like the perfect solution for a summer day. Your guests think it homemade but really you just added some yummy ingredients.

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  10. O looks so good. Refreshing treat for all.

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  11. That looks amazing! I love anything cheesecake related, and peach is so refreshing for summer.

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  12. What a nice recipe. I like semi-homemade recipes. This sounds great for the summer!

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  13. Oh my gosh that sounds so good. I love that this recipe uses real peach slices. Yum!

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  14. Vanilla bean ice cream is my favorite. I bet it tastes amazing with peaches.

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  15. This is such a great idea, especially when craving something sweet. So much healthier than some other choices. I will be trying this.

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  16. Hi Madison - congrats on your new home and the move! Wow so very exciting :) Loving this semi-homemade peach cheesecake ice cream - I've never seen anything like this and what a special treat - thank you for taking the time out to share - hoping to see photos of your new home :)

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  17. THE PERfect Recipe for Summer! Peaches are great and you've made it into ice cream !! amazing. We did miss you .. but! you can back in fine style

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  18. This ice cream looks amazing. I like that you added peach

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  19. My husband would love this! It looks absolutely amazing and delicious! You did a great job!

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  20. Peach screams summer! This looks so good and refreshing!

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  21. Oh my goodness! This sounds like such a delicious dessert. It looks so easy to make and fresh peaches iwth the ice cream kicks everything up several notches!

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  22. This looks amazing! I'm so impressed with your recipe and will definitely give this one a go!

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  23. This looks delicious. My boss is a huge cheesecake fan. I'm definitely forwarding this to him!

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  24. What a delicious summer time treat! I love everything about this recipe!

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  25. Yum! I love this semi home made option... and peaches are great.

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  26. Oh I want to make this. I'm sure it taste really good too. The kids would love this, they love icecream.

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  27. We love ice cream and especially peaches so this is something my whole family would love to enjoy together.

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