This peach cobbler frozen dessert is full of all the delicious flavors that we love about the classic dessert but in ice cream form! It’s packed with delicious, fresh peaches, crushed graham crackers, and the creamy goodness of ice cream to create a dessert that’s absolutely perfect for summer.
This dessert just screams summer deliciousness, and it’s ridiculously easy to make. It is the perfect treat for a hot, summer day. All the frozen, sugary, peachy goodness really hits the spot when the mercury won’t seem to stop climbing.
My family and I absolutely love this recipe, so I decided it was finally time to share it with all of you. Whether you live in New England or the Deep South, this delicious peach cobbler frozen dessert is just the thing for a hot day!
Peach Cobbler Ice Cream
Peach cobbler topped with ice cream is one of the most classic summertime desserts that I can think of. I’ve been enjoying that combo ever since I was a child snacking on my grandmother’s peach cobbler. Oh, it was so good. Nothing ever seemed to be able to top that delicious flavor on a hot day. After years of making my grandmother’s peach cobbler and topping it with ice cream, I decided it might be a genius move to create peach cobbler ice cream and just combine both of my favorite flavors. I hit the jackpot!
This peach cobbler frozen dessert is everything we love about peach cobbler and ice cream all rolled up into one delicious dessert that always hits the spot. It’s rich, creamy, and so delicious. It’s also one of the easiest recipes you’ll ever make, which makes it an even bigger winner! With this recipe, you’ll be in and out of the kitchen in no time flat. In fact, the hardest part will be waiting for it to freeze!
This recipe is really just cobbler and ice cream all rolled up into one, which means you can use any fruit that you’d normally use for a cobbler. It’s so easy to switch things up with this recipe that you can quickly make any variation you like. Use berries for a berry cobbler ice cream. Try apricots and apples, too. If you’d make a cobbler with it, you can make this cobbler frozen dessert! It’s the perfect palette for you to paint your favorite flavors.
This is a super easy recipe. In fact, it’s almost impossible to screw it up. However, as with all things, anything is possible. That’s why I’ve included a few tips here that will help you make the absolute best peach cobbler ice cream possible. These are simple tips that seem small, but they can make a world of difference.
Crushed but not too Crushed
When crushing your graham crackers, you want a nice, chunky texture. The idea is that when you fold them into the ice cream mixture, you end up with nice chunks of graham cracker to give you that cobbler crust feel. And speaking of folding.
Fold in the Graham Crackers
It’s important to fold in your crushed graham crackers, not mix them in. If you mix in your graham crackers, you’ll end up further crushing them and you’ll just end up with grainy ice cream rather than chunks. Gently fold the graham crackers to maintain the chunky goodness.
Defrost a Bit Before Serving
Allow your peach cobbler frozen dessert to defrost for 20 to 30 minutes before serving. This makes it easier to scoop out and gives it a somewhat soft-serve texture. You CAN serve it fully frozen, but you’d be better off cutting it into pieces than scooping.
Serving Peach Cobbler Frozen Dessert
A hot day is the best day to serve up a bowl of this delicious frozen dessert. It’s the perfect way to cool off when the temperature is on the rise. Serve it as a tasty weekend treat to the family, bring it to potlucks and backyard barbecues. It’s a great dessert for holidays like Independence Day, Labor Day, and Memorial Day, as well.
To serve, simply allow it to thaw for about 20 minutes and start scooping. That’s all there is to it!
Storing This Creamy Dessert Recipe
This is a frozen dessert, so storing it is simple. Just leave it in the original container and keep it in the freezer until it’s all gone. This ice cream will keep well in an air-tight container for about a month.
Have a Sweet Summer with this Peach Dessert
I can’t think of anything better on a hot summer day than this peach cobbler frozen dessert, and after you’ve made it, I think you’ll agree. It’s a super simple recipe that’s great as-is or changed up to make berry cobbler frozen dessert or even apple cobbler frozen dessert. However you choose to make it, just make it! I can’t recommend this one enough. It’s the perfect treat on hot days. Give it a try, and I know you’ll be making it again and again.
Peach Cobbler Frozen Dessert Ingredients
- Cream cheese
- Powdered sugar
- Sweetened condensed milk
- Heavy cream
- Cool whip
- Graham crackers
How to Make Peach Cobbler Frozen Dessert
- Add 3 cups of peaches to Vitamix, blender, or food processor and blend until smooth.
- In a medium bowl, beat heavy cream until stiff peaks form.
- In a large bowl, beat cream cheese and powdered sugar together.
- Add sweetened condensed milk, vanilla, and blended peaches. Mix until combined.
- Next, add the whipped cream, beat until combined then fold in chopped peaches.
- In a small bowl mix together crushed graham crackers, butter, and sugar.
- Add clumps of graham crackers into the mixture and fold in gently.
- Pour mixture into a metal 9×5 inch baking dish.
- Cover with plastic wrap.
- Place in the freezer for 3-4 hours or until filling has set.
Try This Delicious Dessert Today
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Peach Cobbler Frozen Dessert
- Add 3 cups of peaches to Vitamix, blender, or food processor and blend until smooth
- In a medium bowl, beat heavy cream until stiff peaks form
- In a large bowl, beat cream cheese and powdered sugar together
- Add sweetened condensed milk, vanilla, and blended peaches. Mix until combined
- Next, add the whipped cream, beat until combined then fold in chopped peaches
- In a large Ziploc bag, crush graham crackers
- In a small bowl mix together crushed graham crackers, butter, and sugar
- Add clumps of graham crackers into the mixture and fold in gently
- Pour mixture into a metal 9×5 inch baking pan
- Cover with plastic wrap
- Place in the freezer for 3-4 hours or until filling has set
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