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Boozy Shiner Bach Beer Ice Cream Recipe - French Vanilla Peach Crunch - Made with Oster Ice Cream Shop Mix

Updated on June 3, 2018
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Ice Cream Making Supplies

The Oster Ice Cream Shop Mixes work well with the Oster Ice Cream Maker. Check out links below, and throughout this hubpage, for places to purchase both the Oster Ice Cream Shop Mix and the Oster Ice Cream Maker, as well as other ice cream making supplies. The Oster Ice Cream Mix comes in three different flavors: French Vanilla, Dutch Chocolate, and Strawberry Shortcake.



Boozy Shiner Bach Beer Ice Cream Recipe - French Vanilla Peach Crunch - Made with Oster Ice Cream Shop Mix

Do you love beer, ice cream, peaches, and granola? Then you will LOVE this recipe. It's easy! Boozy Shiner Bach Beer Ice Cream Recipe - French Vanilla Peach Crunch - Made with Oster Ice Cream Shop Mix.

There is only 1/2 of a beer total in this recipe. This will surely impress your friends or coworkers. So, enjoy...

  • At your next office party
  • For a pot luck party
  • At a summer pool party
  • For the big game day

Or enjoy it alone with your significant other after a romantic dinner.

When making ice cream with the Oster Ice Cream Maker, you will need to pre-freeze the cannister to get it ready. This can take anywhere from a couple hours (8 approximately) to overnight (24 hours).

Oster Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt, & Sorbet Maker

Note about the Oster Ice Cream Maker

After I wrote this recipe hub and have made three batches of ice cream with the Oster Ice Cream Maker, I can not recommend the Oster ice cream maker. I do recommend the Oster Ice Cream Shop Mixes. The Oster Ice Cream mixes will work with any ice cream maker and they are very good. Following the directions exactly, using the Oster Ice Cream Maker, yielded a icy slushy milkshake. I was very disappointed because normally I love the Oster brand. I really wanted to like and recommend this product. The other things that did not like about the product were the lid, which does not snap into place easily. Finally, the motor starts to get hot after just ten to fifteen minutes, which does not help the matter. I am considering purchasing an old fashioned ice cream maker that uses salt and ice. Good Housekeeping recommends the Cuisinart ICE-30BC which also uses a canister or the Nostalgia Old Fashioned Ice Cream Maker ICMW400.

Did you know? - There are three types of Ice Cream Makers:

  1. Using a Cannister
  2. Old Fashioned Salt & Ice
  3. Compressor ($$$) - This type uses the same technology as your freezer and will allow you to make ice cream

Homemade Ice Cream Recipe

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  • 1 Package (6 oz) Oster Ice Cream Shop French Vanilla Mix
  • 1 Cup Milk
  • 1 Cup Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 6 oz Shiner Bach Beer
  • 1 bar (1.2 oz) Nature Valley Sweet & Salty Granola Bar
  • 1 Peach, Diced very small
  • 1/4 Cup Quick Oats


  1. Place the Oster Ice Cream bowl the night before in your freezer. It is ready when you no longer hear liquid sloshing inside when you shake it.
  2. In a large bowl, combine one package of Oster French Vanilla Ice Cream Mix with one cup of milk, one cup heavy cream, and 6 ounces of Shiner Bach beer. Stir the mixture until it is fully combined and no longer grainy.
  3. Next, pour the mixture into your frozen Oster Ice Cream Maker bowl. Follow your ice cream mixer directions. For the Oster Ice Cream Maker, mix the ingredients in the frozen bowl for approximately ten to fifteen minutes.
  4. Next, leave the ice cream maker on as you add the following ingredients: 1 diced peach, 1 (1.2 oz) Nature Valley Sweet & Salty Nut granola bar, 1/4 cup quick oats.
  5. If you like an ice cream that is less soft, put the ice cream mixture in a plastic air tight container for about four or more hours. Enjoy!

Old Fashion Ice Cream Maker

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Guide to Old Fashioned Ice Cream Maker

Nostalgia 4-Quart Electric Wood Bucket Ice Cream Maker

Choose the Old Fashioned Ice Cream Maker!

If you're trying to decide which ice cream maker to purchase, go with the old fashioned ice cream maker! As I've outlined in my review above the Oster machine did not perform well in making ice cream and I could not recommend that product. However, the old fashioned ice cream maker is a classic fool proof machine that makes the perfect ice cream for your family.

Please leave your comments below. What has been your experience with making homemade ice cream? Do you have a particular product or method of making ice cream that you can recommend to our readers?

Eating Ice Cream on a Hot Summer Day

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