Nate S., Executive Assistant
Nate’s favorite Peak Peach recipe is simple: ice cream with a burst of fresh peach flavor!
1 quart of vanilla ice cream (recommended: Three Twins Vanilla Bean)
Cream or milk, a small amount to aid in mixing
1 or 2 fresh peaches, with pit removed and sliced
Equipment: standard food blender and a table knife
Scoop ice cream into blender; alternate between pulse blending and chopping chunks with a table knife to assist with mixing and blending. Keep pulse blending to a minimum so ice cream remains slightly chunky. Add cream or milk sparingly. Toss in peach slices, using pulse blending just enough to create tiny bits of peach mixed throughout.
Serve immediately in glass tumblers. Yum!
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