He got this one from Fry's Electronic. It was the last one, the floor model, so he got a discount on it. I think it was about 37.00 bucks.
I could hardly wait to experiment. I really, really don't like fruity ice creams, but a few years ago I had some peach ice cream at a friend's house and she had put cinnamon in it. It was so delicious with that cinnamon, that I've wanted more ever since.
So, the first thing I wanted to try, especially since I had picked my own peaches off of our trees, was homemade peach ice cream. I searched the internet for a recipe that I had all the ingredients for. So many of the recipes called for half and half, evaporated milk, or condensed milk. I don't normally stock any of those.
But, I found one that was just right for me, used my goat milk instead of store bought, added cinnamon, and I was all set to make...
Homemade Cinnamon Peach Ice Cream
5-6 very ripe peaches, peeled and pitted (I didn't peel mine and rather than counting the peaches, I just used the whole quart bag that I had frozen previously, but thawed for use)
1 cup heavy whipping cream
2 cups sugar
2 tsp. vanilla
2 quarts goat milk
2 Tbs. lemon juice
1 tsp. cinnamon
Blend all ingredients in a food processor just until the peaches are mashed, but not too long so that the cream will be whipped.
Chill ingredients for a few hours, then pour into ice cream maker canister and follow the maker's instructions.
The cinnamon is a guesstimate. I used two teaspoons and it was a bit too much (still delicious, but the cinnamon overwhelms the peach flavor). Next time, I'll just use one.
My maker is a one gallon size. This recipe makes about 1-2 gallons, so I had to split it up and freeze it in two batches.