Ever since a new ice cream place moved into my neighborhood, I think about ice cream a lot. Like, at least once a day, and probably even more than that.
I indulge occasionally, but in between, I am trying to keep myself satisfied with foods that are a little more wholesome and a little less sugar-bomby. I used to make Frozen Banana ice cream, but I recently needed my ice cream fix and there were no frozen 'nanas in the freezer.
But, there were some frozen peaches.
I have no idea what prompted me to freeze them, but I am so glad I did. Combined with some leftover Cinnamon Roll Almond Nut Butter and a squeeze of liquid vanilla stevia, I ended up with the most delicious homemade ice cream I have ever encountered. It might even rival the real ice cream down the street. It had all of the creamy richness that banana ice cream sometimes can lack.
Even my husband, who originally said no thanks, ended up asking me for more spoonfulls.
3 Ingredient Peach and Nut Butter Ice Cream
- 1 1/2 frozen peaches
- 1/2 cup nut butter (I used this cinnamon almond butter, which is easy to make in a blender)
- Sweetener - I used about 10 drops of Vanilla Nunaturals Stevia, but you can also use any sweetener of choice.
- Combine all ingredients in a blender, and blend well. You may need a stick or tamper to keep things moving.