Get your ice cream scoop, cones and bowls ready…
There are so many variations of ice cream but one thing is for sure, it all starts with a base. I made this ice cream a bunch of years ago and decided it was time to make some berry delish ice cream, then there’s blackberries readily available. Stone fruits are coming in hot. I had my first juicy Okanagan peach the other day!
But can we add caramel to that? We definitely can make an ice cream with some caramel in it! Oh the options for this 3 ingredient recipe.
Who’s with me?
August always has me looking for a cool treat. Russ and the famjam are ice cream-a-holics so it’s only natural I get this no churn ice cream rocking in the freezer.
Best thing about this ice cream is that there is no machine required and the abundance of variations is stellar. I’ve put together a few varieties of ice cream that my famjam loves.
Raise your hand if you are a peanut butter lover! I’ve made some peanut butter banana ice cream and taste testing rates this ice cream a double thumbs up.
Then we have a caramel and chocolate combo. This one my friends, was a spur of the moment light bulb moment when I saw the Ritter’s Milk Butter Biscuit Chocolate bar at City Avenue Market, this is my version of cookies and ice cream. I also added in some caramel that I had on hand because why not!!
Then my berry delish choice was local strawberries. This is a true strawberries and cream feature! Feel free to add in some other berries.
No churn Ice Cream Recipe
2 Cups Whipping cream
15 oz Condensed milk
2.5 tsp Vanilla Extract
Chill your ice cream making vessel in the freezer (stainless bowl for best results), beaters too!
Using a stand up mixer or a hand held beat the whipping cream till stiff peaks form.
In a second bowl whip together the condensed milk and the vanilla.
Gently fold in the whipped cream to the condensed milk mixture.
Fold in your additions at this point. For more solid additions I’d mash them up a little.
Place your ice cream into a container and freeze for 4-6 hours. I put all three of my ice creams in Medox bowls and put them in the freezer overnight.
Additions to your base could be – strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, plums, pineapple, banana, peanut butter, caramel, cherries, peaches, mint chocolate, coffee (use cold coffee), there’s always vanilla, which is perfect all by itself! Explore what flavours you’d like and take it from there.
A couple of notes |
The deeper your vessel for freezing is, the longer it will take to freeze. Also, a thought was you may want to mush up or chop up your ingredients which will make it easier to fold into the creamed mixture.
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