The peachiest peach milkshake with double the amount of fruit as traditional peach shakes. Just as decadent though, with sweet fresh fruit, cream, and ice cream for a delicious indulgent shake.
This recipe has just 3 ingredients:
- fresh peaches – if peaches aren’t in season, you can substitute frozen peaches instead. We left the peel on our peaches, but remove it if you want.
- ice cream – we used a good quality, cream-first, vanilla ice cream. Since there are so few ingredients in this recipe, use the best ice cream you can find/afford. We only tested this recipe with dairy ice cream but vegan ice cream would work just as well.
- cream — while milkshakes are traditionally made with ice cream and milk, we doubled the amount of peaches to make it extra peachy — the cream helps keep the milkshake creamy in the face of so much fruit. Feel free to use milk if you prefer. If you’re vegan, you could use coconut milk but the flavour will obviously be different.
Making This Milkshake With Other Fruit
We have only tested this with peaches and strawberries, and they’re both great. But, we think this milkshake recipe would work well with other types of fruit. Any of the stone fruits, such as nectarines, plums, apricots, pluots, etc would be great choices. Going in a more tropical direction, mango would be fantastic. This would also be an awesome way to use up ripe bananas.
Making The Milkshake
Making a milkshake is super simple. We made ours with a blender but you could also use an immersion or handheld blender, as long as you have a large enough vessel to put your ingredients into.
Just toss everything in the blender and blend until everything is well-combined. If your blender has a milkshake setting on it choose that. Pour the milkshake into a tall glass, find a straw and enjoy!
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- 2 cups fresh peaches, chopped (not necessary to remove the peel)
- 1 cup cream
- 1 cup vanilla ice cream
- Add all ingredients to blender and blend until well-combined.
Storing Leftover Peach MilkshakeIf you can’t drink your milkshake all at once, you can store it in the fridge for a couple of days in a sealed container.
Nutrition InformationNutrition information is an estimate only. The type of ice cream and cream that you use will impact the nutrition count
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