Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream with Peach Crisp

Peach Crisp with Vanilla Ice Cream

My son Maxime was going to a 'Peach Party' tonight and we decided to make together a Peach Crisp. It was fun to be able to spend the afternoon together, in the kitchen, to prepare the dessert. The peach crisp turned out really yummy and he said that his friends enjoyed it. We prepared three small crisps for us to taste before sending the dessert over. Yesterday I made Vanilla Ice Cream, for the first time, and it was so good with the crisp. Making Ice Cream was easier than I thought it would be. I have a Hamilton Beach ice cream maker and followed the recipe for their Old Fashioned Vanilla Ice Cream. It takes two days to make. You need to prepare the custard, let it cool overnight, and the next day you finish the ice cream. It was good, better than any ice cream in stores but next time I will try David Lebovitz Vanilla Ice Cream. He uses only eggs yolks and a bit more cream. In his recipe you will find vanilla extract but also real vanilla bean. I think that will make a bit difference in the taste.


I have to share that if you go on the Food Network Canada website and click on Pic of the Week you will see my picture of my Chocolate Zucchini Cupcakes.  That made my day.  Thanks Food Network!
(Edited:  It was during the week-end.  You will not be able to see it anymore)



Peach Crisp
  • 3 cups peaches, peeled and diced (or any fruits)
  • 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
  • 3/4 cup oats
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 3/4 tsp nutmeg
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup butter, melted
  • 3/4 cup brown sugar

Peel peaches. Pour real Maple Syrup on top of peaches to taste (1 to 4 Tbsps) or brown sugar. Mix well.


Melt the butter and mix in all the remaining ingredients. Spread the mix on top of the fruits.


Bake at 350F for 30 min.


Source: my mom

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26 comments:

  1. oh that looks delicious Helene. I like the sounds of the old fashion ice cream.

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  2. Ton dessert est bien tentant et alléchant!!

    Je ne suis pas fana de crème glacée mais fait maison, j'avais adoré!!

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  3. It is always precious to bakle with the children. I am sure this dessert was a great hit...Love the hot/cold/crunchy combination!!

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  4. Mm I loved baked peach desserts of all sorts. This looks so comforting and delicious, especially as the weather begins to cool here.

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  5. Love this use of peaches. It's very different. Never thought to do this, but it's a clear winner.

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  6. I'm a huge fan of peach crisp, andthis looks fabulous Helene! We are done with stone fruits here, and I wish I could grab of spoon off my screen. The old fashioned ice cream is whimsical too... yum! Congrats on your Chocolate Zucchini Cupcakes making it to the Food Network Canada website. That is just wonderful news. Off to check it out! xo

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  7. A delicious dessert! That combination is so yummy!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  8. Love peach crisp... congrats on your photo being posted!

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  9. It sounds delicious Helene! Congrats also on being featured on Food Network!

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  10. This crisp looks like it turned out beautifully and your photos are stunning.

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  11. Nothing better that homemade vanilla ice cream. It is one of the best tastes on Earth, and even better when paired with a homemade peach crisp! Congrats on your photo!

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  12. Cuisiner en famille est vraiment fabuleux ! ET ta recette doit être délicieuse ...
    Bises
    Hélène

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  13. A match made in heaven, peaches and vanilla ice cream. I'll be right over.

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  14. What a fabulous summer dessert, the old fashioned vanilla ice cream is just perfect with the yummy peach crips!

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  15. I love making my own ice cream. Just have to figure out how to freeze it afterwards and not get the little ice crystals on it. Peach crisps are awesome and pair perfectly. What did some of the other kids bring?

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  16. Tender Branson: If you don't want crystals on your ice cream you need to cover it with a saran wrap. The other kids brought muffins and cobblers.

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  17. Looks wonderful Hélène!
    Je viens te trouver ton blog, alors je vais m'asseoir et te lire.
    Rita

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  18. Hi there, I'm new to your blog...and well it's just fabulous! Your recipes are DELICIOUS.

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  19. I got a box of 12 of the most amazing peaches in the mail yesterday and have another 12 coming tomorrow. I need peach ideas! I'm going to make a crisp for sure tomorrow for dinner guests. What a lovely job you did. And isn't that ice cream wonderful??

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  20. Helene,I adore peaches and this crisp is singing to me; wish I had bought the peaches I had laid my hands on today but decided to let go :-(

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  21. I love crisps, Helene, and this peach one looks divine. And oh yes...homemade vanilla ice cream on top is a must!

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  22. Une délicieuse association bien gourmande; un régal pour les papilles et les pupilles, bravo
    Je te souhaite un très beau jeudi
    Valérie

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  23. Congratulations on your photo being on Food Network - they are so beautiful you certainly deserve it.

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  24. Merci pour ton commentaire! J'espère que tu vas bien.

    Bises,

    Rosa

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  25. Congratulations on your photo being used on the Food Network. That would have definitely made my day too.

    Your peach crisp is divine. I adore peaches and it's perfect with homemade vanilla ice cream. A match made in heaven.
    Sam

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  26. j adore cette recette, merci pour le partage, et bonne continuation :)

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