Jamaican Rum Creme Ice Cream Recipe

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How to make Jamaican Rum Ice Cream

I stumbled upon this recipe on the Fourth of July when my family wanted homemade ice cream. We are usually at the lake for the holiday and it just would not be summer without homemade ice cream.

My daughter and her husband had just returned from a trip to Jamaica with Jamaican Rum Creme and I had purchased fresh peaches for the holiday. I threw the ingredients together and we fell in love with the taste. I hope you enjoy.

You may need to tweak the ingredients according to your ice cream churn. We have a very large one so I can add all the ingredients. Just taste as you go being sure you have enough half and half and evaporated milk to make the ice cream harden. If you like your ice cream a little sweeter add more sweetened condensed milk and if you want it creamer use more half and half and less milk.

This is the most awesome homemade ice cream I have made. The rum creme gives it a cinnamon vanilla boost that is out of this world. Give it a try. You will love it.

Cook Time

Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 1 hour
Ready in: 1 hour 15 min
Yields: 10 people 6 oz serving (1/2 gallon)

Ingredients

  • 1 -12 oz can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 -12 oz can evaporated milk
  • 4 large peaches, chopped
  • 8 oz half and half or cream
  • about 1 cup 2% Milk or whole milk
  • 3 large tablespoons Jamaican rum creme
  • 1/4 tsp, salt
  • 1 box rock salt
  • 2 large bags ice, chopped
  1. Mix first 7 ingredients. Pour into ice cream maker and churn according to manufacturers instructions.
  2. Add ice and rock salt to ice cream maker until churn stops turning.

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nancynurse 3 years ago from Southeast USA Author

Thanks!


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shin_rocka04 3 years ago from Maryland

Peach Rum and Ice Cream? Sounds like a winner to me ;). Sharing and Pinning!


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nancynurse 4 years ago from Southeast USA Author

We loved this ice cream . You are right. Stay cool.


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Redberry Sky 4 years ago

This sounds absolutely stunning - and just in time for a bout of hot weather we're having where I am today! Cheers for this recipe, Nancynurse, Hopefully I'll be enjoying a bowl of this before I melt in the heat! :)


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nancynurse 4 years ago from Southeast USA Author

Thanks Sid. The cinnamon in it gave it quite a zip!!!


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nancynurse 4 years ago from Southeast USA Author

It really is easy. Throw in all the ingredients, stir and churn. No cooking.!!! Thanks


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nancynurse 4 years ago from Southeast USA Author

Thank you for commenting Pamela. Everyone loved this recipe.


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SidKemp 4 years ago from Boca Raton, Florida (near Miami and Palm Beach)

Any peach liqueur ice cream has got to be great - and this one adds island zest!


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bearnmom 4 years ago from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Sounds delicious. I'm not adventurous enough to try making ice cream but love the sound of this recipe.


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moonlake 4 years ago from America

It sounds so good. Will keep this recipe in my list. Vote up.


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Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

This ice cream sounds fabulous. I have never tried a flavor quite like this one so I am copying your recipe. Thanks!


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ktrapp 4 years ago from Illinois

This ice cream sounds fabulous. I love fresh peaches and fresh peaches in home made ice cream with a little rum creme must be tasty.

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