No Churn Peach Cobbler Ice Cream

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No Churn Peach Cobbler Ice Cream, fresh peach cobbler pieces folded into a leftover homemade creamy vanilla ice cream recipe, one irresistible frozen dessert.

Do you like Homemade Peach Cobbler with a Double Crust?  How about Peach Ice Cream?  It gets even better, how about No Churn Peach Cobbler Ice Cream?   

We are especially fond of a big scoop of homemade vanilla ice cream over a warm bowl of homemade peach cobbler.  This is how it goes, while the peach cobbler is baking, we are making a freezer of homemade vanilla ice cream, epic!

Depending on how many are at our house when we make it, I will freeze any leftovers.  The same goes for the peach cobbler.  If it is just Jim and me, we always have peach cobbler leftover.

My ice cream freezer broke when we made our first batch of ice cream at the first of the summer.  Thank goodness it was on the end of the freezing process and we got to enjoy it.  

I set out to buy a new freezer, but in the back of my mind, I kept thinking of all the No Churn recipes that I have pinned on Pinterest.   This was when I decided to get on the No Churn bandwagon.

Talking about leftover homemade ice cream and leftover peach cobbler earlier.  It came to me that it would be the perfect combination for a No Churn Peach Cobbler Ice Cream recipe.  

I took some leftover homemade vanilla ice cream and pour a layer into the bottom of a loaf pan and took chunks of homemade peach cobbler and layered it over the soft ice cream.  Then pour another layer of soft ice cream over the chunks of peach cobbler.  Then I took a knife and pierce the cobbler moving it back and forth to get the soft ice cream to flow evenly into the loaf pan.

It is so tempting to load up the peach cobbler in the ice cream.  So be sure and just put minimal chunks.  When it freezes back, a lot of peach cobbler chunks makes it too hard to scoop out.  Take my advice on this, I know.  It didn't keep us from eating every little bit, but it gets difficult to scoop it out.

The beauty of this recipe is it requires no machine to make the recipe and only two ingredients are all that is needed.    Yes, two ingredients.

On occasion, I have even thought about buying vanilla ice cream and frozen peach cobbler from SAMs to make the recipe.

There is no shame in using a favorite brand of store-bought ice cream and cobblers.  Especially if I need a last minute dessert.

By the time I get home the ice cream is already softened.  The cobbler has thawed and ready to pop in the oven to cook, then and all I need to do is assemble the dessert and place in the freezer, magnificent!

I hope you will not pass up the summer to make this irresistible frozen dessert.  Enjoy!

What You Will Need For The Recipe:

  • Leftover Homemade Ice Cream
  • Leftover Peach Cobbler 
  • 9" x 5" loaf pan or freezer pan
  • Large knife
  • Large Spatula
  • Large Ice Cream Scoop

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No Churn Peach Cobbler Ice Cream

Fresh peach cobbler pieces folded into a leftover homemade creamy vanilla ice cream recipe, one irresistible frozen dessert.
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  • 4 cup vanilla ice cream, softened
  • 1 1/2 cups peach cobbler chunks, room temperature


Using a large spatula, spread 2 cups of softened ice cream in the bottom of a loaf pan.
  1. Arrange peach cobbler chunks across the top of the ice cream layer.
  2. Using a large spatula, spread the remainder of the ice cream over the peach cobbler chunks.  Smooth the ice cream across the top evenly to the edge of the loaf pan.
  3. Place the filled loaf pan in the freezer.  Freeze until frozen, 3-4 hours or as soft as desired.  
  4. When ready to serve set on the counter for 10-15 minutes.  Scoop ice cream cobbler and serve immediately.  Return the leftovers directly to the freezer.
Kay Little
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