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Today I have the answer to one of life’s most important questions. Should I, or should I not, eat ice cream? The answer is yes – you should eat ice cream! If someone offers you a bowl of ice cream, say yes! If you’ve had ‘one of those days’ and nothing seems to be going right, eat ice cream. Ice cream really can make everything right in the world again. You know I’m exaggerating and generalizing a bit but some things were created just to be enjoyed. Ice cream is one of those creamy delights that almost everyone loves. Name one person that doesn’t like ice cream! I thought so … I don’t know any either.
I’ve made a few different flavors of ice cream since I bought the handy dandy Cuisinart Ice Cream maker. All the ice cream has been delicious including these two new recipes. If you can’t decide which one to make, try making both! One of the really nice things about ice cream is you don’t have to eat it all when it’s ready. Sealed in a freezer safe container it will stay fresh for a long time.
Whisk until combined and then add the yolk mixture into milk mixture.
Stir constantly over medium heat until mixture thickens. Remove from heat.
Add vanilla, remaining 1 cup of cream, and lemon curd into the custard to cool it.
Chill thoroughly in the fridge, at least 3-5 hours, overnight is even better.
Churn the ice cream in the ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Store the ice cream in a freezer safe container and freeze until ready to serve.
Peach Ice Cream