Friday, July 08, 2011

Mango Peach Ice Cream (Fat Free) and Golden Oreos Crust Mango Peach Ice Cream Pie Recipe

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I’ve got to get as many ice cream posts in as I can since July is National Ice Cream Month.  It’s starting to be peach and mango season, so I grabbed some at the store recently.  I decided some of them needed to be made into ice cream.  The Mango Peach Ice Cream is actually fat free, but I would never have guessed that if I was given some to taste and wasn’t told that and I really just made it up as I went along.  I’m glad I wrote it down because I will for sure make this again!

Mango Peach Fat Free Ice Cream, by Katrina, Baking and Boys!

2 ripe mangoes, peeled and cut into chunks

2 ripe peaches, pit removed and cut into chunks

2/3 cup fat free sweetened condensed milk**

1/3 cup skim milk

zest of half a lime

juice of 1 lime

Put all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth, 1 to 2 minutes.  Strain the mixture through a fine mesh strainer, discard the remaining bits of peach skin, etc.

Chill in an airtight container in the fridge for a few hours, or in a bowl in an ice bath until mixture is COLD.  Churn in an ice cream maker according to manufacturer’s instructions (about 20-25 minutes).  Store in an airtight container in the freezer.

**I used this amount because I’d used the rest of the can for something else and had some to use up.  I will probably make this with a whole can of condensed milk next time, but I always use fat free milk. 

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After making the ice cream I decided to make a couple of ice cream pies for dessert when we had company over and thought this would be good in a pie.  I made a cookie crust using Golden Oreos and it was really good!  I put a layer of the mango peach ice cream on the crust, then topped it with whipped topping and let it freeze overnight.  I think it tasted great!

Mango Peach Ice Cream Pie with Golden Oreo Crust, by Katrina, Baking and Boys!

1 quart homemade mango peach ice cream (fat free), recipe above

8 ounces whipped topping

Cookie crust:

5 ounces Golden Oreos

4 tablespoons butter, melted

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Grind the Oreos until finely ground crumbs.  Add the melted butter and pulse until all combined.  Dump the buttery crumbs into a pie plate and spread evenly, going up the sides of the plate as well.  Bake for 8 minutes just to set and toast the crust.  Let cool completely.

Spread the softened ice cream over the crust, then the whipped topping.  Freeze until solid.  Let sit at room temperature for 5-10 minutes before slicing.

HAVE YOU MADE ANY HOMEMADE ICE CREAM YET THIS SUMMER?—THIS IS THE MONTH!

14 comments:

Kayte said...

Okay, this one was for me, right? You made this one and posted it just for me, right? I know you did because there is not a drop of chocolate (not even any fancy drizzled bits) to be seen. Thank you...it looks delicious! Have a great weekend!

Lisa said...

I am absolutely loving the look of your pie. What a great idea. I didn't know it was National Ice Cream Month, but I just made a peach sorbet today so I guess I'm celebrating it too.

Betty @ scrambled henfruit said...

I just got an ice cream maker, and this looks perfect! I love that it's fat free. :)

Gloria said...

Your ice cream sounds amazing. I love peaches and mango and love even more it's fat free. Genius making it into a pie!

jillbert said...

I love an easy no-egg ice cream. I read the title too fast and thought you added crushed-up Golden Oreos to the ice cream. Even though you didn't, that sounds pretty good!

Pretend Chef said...

The ice cream sounds so refreshing for summer and that ice cream cake is amazing. I think the ice cream would be perfect served over grilled peaches and mangos. Yummy! Have a great weekend.

Katrina said...

Jill--that idea of adding Golden Oreos to ice cream sounds really good--and I don't know why I wouldn't even have thought of that. (I have some of the Golden Oreos left--hmmm?)

Kayte--yes, I totally made this with just you in mind. ;) Funny, I don't feel like chocolate goes very well with mango/peach.

Pretend Chef--yum to the grilled fruit. You know what would be tasty to try is making ice cream from fruit that has been grilled. I'll bet it really adds to the flavor!

basicallybaked said...

The ice cream looks so refreshing!!
I stopped by to ask about the Falafel you mentioned on FB. Did you make your own falafel? I've only had it once at a restaurant and I LOVED it. I too could almost go vegetarian. I haven't looked into recipes to make my own.
And on a completely different subject again... I found some macaron that I love!

Cindy said...

This pie/ice cream looks yummy. I forget about my ice cream maker. Nothing better than a ripe mango.
Katrina, I live in Utah County, Cedar Hills to be exact. We live in the mouth of American Fork Canyon. So we are pretty close! Have a great day.

Kathleen said...

This pie sounds like a slice of heaven!!!

Natalie said...

I can't get enough of homemade ice cream this summer--I've made tons (including mango...now I need to try peach mango!). Excited to see what other recipes you make this summer :)

Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes] said...

That ice cream looks fabulous, Katrina. I love mango and peach. And that pie. Oh my :)

skin tightening treatment said...

This sounds amazing. I absolutely love peaches. Thanks for the post!

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