Some other easy peaks you might have a look at:Maparaju
I soloed both of them last year. Both have small glaciers. There are some crevasses, so it's not without risk. There was a trail on Maparaju, but on the S side of Jatunmontepuncu there wasn't.
I would rate the normal route on Maparaju F, on Jatunmontepuncu F/PD. On Maparaju, the weather wasn't great and I couldn't even see the famous Cayesh, but on Jatunmontepuncu the views were breathtaking. Camping high on its slopes, this is what I saw the next morning:San Juan and Huantsán at daybreak
And this summit view has been my screen saver for quite a while now:Palcaraju and Pucaranra from the summit of Jatunmontepuncu
If you look further than the Cordillera Blanca, there a lots of volcanoes over 5000m in the south of Peru, and some even over 6000m. Most are F and only the highest ones have glaciers. The most popular ones are Misti
(5822m) and Chachani
(6057m), right next to Arequipa, both technically easy climbs. There is no glacier on top, but with luck you have some snow to deal with, in which case you might need crampons.
Good luck, Rob