Gluten Free Peach Cobbler Ice Cream {Super Simple}

Have your gluten free peach cobbler and ice cream all in one with this super easy and delicious recipe! 

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I haven’t even left for Wisconsin and, by the time you read this, I will already have been there for a week AND come back.

OOOOHHH Twilight zone.

I don’t even know if that makes sense. Whatever.

HOW-EV-ER, I knew that I would have no time to write in Wisconsin, and I am probably sleeping my life (and by that I mean, just sleeping in a couple extra hours) away right now, so I’m prepping in advance.

Taylor from the past. This post is gettin’ freaky.

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There are a few things that you should know about Mondays.

  1.  They are the first day of the week. FUN FACT….that you already knew
  2. They are the only day of the week that start with “M.”  See above.
  3. They are a whole lot better when they include ice cream
  4. And better x 10 when that ice cream just so happens to include whiskey

I have been SO pumped to share this recipe with you for a while because BOTH the hubs and I declared it THE best ice cream that we have ever eaten.

No lies.  Only ice cream.

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The concept of eating some sort of fruit cobbler with a big scoop (read: the whole carton) of ice cream on the side is nothing new and thrilling.

And if it is, well, I’m sorry to tell you that everything you ever knew was a lie, and you have been completely and utterly deprived of life.

I’m just sayin’.

BUT, have you ever eaten your cobbler IN your ice cream? I. KNOW.

ALL THE YUM.

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I can’t lie to you (remember: only ice cream) the concept of peach cobbler was a wee bit new to this Canadian girl.

I grew up eating apple cobbler left, right, center, up AND down…but we didn’t make it with peaches ever.

And then I crossed the border and suddenly it was peaches in ALL the cobblers.

So this ice cream is also my attempt to prove to America that giving me a green card was a great idea, and that I have assimilated nicely. Or something like that.

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Sorry, I am too busy re-eating this in my brain that I didn’t realize I was talking about nothing.

Crunchy. Creamy. Peachy. Whiskey.

In your face Monday.

I originally shared the Peach Cobbler Ice Cream recipe on The Kitchen Prep for her fun, themed week called “Ice Cream Social!”  Make sure you check out Diana’s beautiful blog!

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P.s  Does Monday have a face?

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Boozy Peach Cobbler Ice cream
 
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Serves: 4-6
Ingredients
  • 1½ Cups Peaches, diced
  • ¼ Cup + 2 Tbsp Granulated Sugar
  • 3 Tbsp Tennessee Honey Jack Daniels *
  • 2¼ Cups Fat-free Half and Half
  • ¾ Cup 2% Milk
  • ¼ Cup + 2 Tbsp Agave
  • Pinch of Salt
  • ½ tsp Cinnamon
  • 1½ Tbsp Cornstarch
  • 2 Tbsp 2 % Milk
  • ½ tsp Vanilla extract
  • For the crumbles:
  • ¼ Cup + 2 Tbsp Pecans, diced
  • ¾ Cup Oat flour
  • 3½ Tbsp Brown sugar, packed
  • 3 Tbsp Coconut oil, melted
Instructions
  1. Combine the diced peaches, granulated sugar and the Jack Daniels in a medium bowl and stir until well combined. Cover and refrigerate for at least 4 hours - overnight (overnight is best.)
  2. In a large sauce pan over medium heat, combine the half and half, ¾ cup 2% Milk, Agave, salt and cinnamon. Cook, stirring constantly, until it comes to a boil.
  3. While you are waiting for the milk mixture to boil, whisk together the cornstarch and remaining milk until the cornstarch is well dissolved. Stir it into the milk mixture once it begins to boil, whisking well to ensure that the cornstarch does not get lumpy.
  4. Boil on medium heat, stirring constantly, until the mixture thickens and coats the back of a spoon, about 7 minutes.
  5. Take the pot off the heat and place a fine strainer over top. Pour the peach mixture into the strainer so that only the juices are released into the milk mixture. Cover the peaches and place back into the refrigerator.
  6. Whisk in the vanilla extract, and stir until well combined. Let the mixture cool to room temperature and then transfer to a covered container and refrigerate for at least 6 hours.
  7. While the milk mixture cools, preheat your oven to 375 degrees and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  8. In a large bowl, combine the diced pecans, oat flour and brown sugar. Stir until well mixed.
  9. Pour in the melted coconut oil and stir until fine crumbles form.
  10. Spread the crumbs onto the prepared baking sheet and cook until golden brown, about 10-12 mins. **
  11. Once the milk mixture has chilled, process according to your ice cream makes directions. Add the crumbs and diced peaches in during the last few minutes of churning.
  12. DEVOUR immediately as soft serve or place into the freezer for 2 hours to let the ice cream harden.
Notes
*NOT regular Jack Daniels.
**Your crumbs will feel soft when they come out of the oven, but they crisp up once cooled!

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Comments

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Right?! Clearly, we are missing out up north! I sure did, just trying to play catch up now..ugh! Thanks girl!

  1. says

    Wow, this does look amazing! I love cobbler– actually, who doesn’t?! And cobbler isn’t cobbler without ice-cream–so this is actually the perfect concoction! Beautiful pics by the way!!

  2. says

    We’re heading out on vacation soon and I’ve been working on posts to go out while we’re away and the day after we come back (so I can sleep in too!) It’s so strange to write posts that far in advance! This ice cream looks fabulous!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Haha! I am SO glad I am not the only one who pre-plans like that and also feels it’s strange! Thanks Martha!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Oh fun! I went to Minoqua…it’s pretty small so you may have never heard of it :)
      And, thank you so much! Home made ice cream is the best!

  3. says

    Hope you had a wonderful time in Wisconsin, Taylor! I was just up there this past weekend, at my husband’s summer home. It was so nice to relax in the sun, but I’m happy to be home! This ice cream looks AMAZING! Peach cobbler is my favorite dessert, so I can only imagine how tasty it must be in this ice cream. Definitely makes Monday a little bit better!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Yes! It was nice, but I am actually happy to be back in my own bed and kitchen again! Thanks so much Gayle! :D

  4. says

    Yep, totally agree ice cream makes Mondays better! Just imagining this deliciously genius Peach Cobbler Ice Cream is making my day better already! Thanks for starting me off right!! and SO glad you came to America and found Peach Cobbler – it’s the best!! I hope you sent the news back to Canada :). Thanks for a great recipe, Taylor, and beautiful photos as always!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Thanks so much Marion! I will definitely be sending the news back to Canada…hopefully it doesn’t melt! ;)

  5. says

    haha ice cream DOES make Monday’s better! Right on Taylor! Glad you were so prepared before you’re trip! I bet that helped you not worry about your blog as much. How was Wisconsin?! Did you have a great trip? I hope you talk about it later this week :) Have a WONDERFUL Monday – that’s filled with eating this ice cream of course!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      It sort of helped..but I worry to much naturally haha. Wisconsin was great! But it’s nice to be back, cooking and sleeping in my own bed, you know? There will be a recap with pics…but next week!
      Thanks girl! Back at ya!

  6. says

    Taylor, we are TOTALLY on the same ice cream wavelength—I just recently shared my fav ice cream recipe to date on my blog a few days ago, and then you go and post this GORG peachy-keen ice cream!
    Seriously, peach cobbler in an ice cream?! DYING. Need this in my face pronto!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      WOO HOO to awesome ice creams! Because there is booze in this one I will even go as far as to say “cheers to us ice cream makers!”
      Thanks so much Sarah!

  7. says

    Putting the cobbler INTO the ice cream? You’re the smartiest person in the whole great big world! I wanttttt this. Is it wrong to have this FOR dinner? I mean, there’s peaches (fruit), milk (dairy), pecans (protein) – sounds like a meal to me! Oh! And for some carbs I’ll eat it in a waffle cone. Yesssss … complete meal!! :)

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Haha I love your lingo…it makes me feel normal ;)
      It is SO not wrong to have it for dinner…especially when you broke it into such a whole, perfect meal! The waffle cone for carbs? Genius!!
      Thanks lady!

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