My Three DIY Ice Cream Creations (NO MACHINE)

Sorry for the delay in blogging! It’s been a busy week at school and with so much to do, I neglected my poor blog :-(. Anyhoots, I’m back and I’ll be sharing a recipe for sweet lovers out there. 😉 Particularly those who are head over heels for ICE CREAM, including myself. Teehee.

I love googling recipes that are usually NO BAKE. When it comes to the kitchen arena, I’m a bit of a sloth 😀 so imagine that smile on my face when I saw Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Vlog on Youtube about NO MACHINE Ice Cream recipes! 😀 It only takes a mixer (hand-held or stand-in) and two ingredients. Gemma used a whipping cream, but also indicated that you may use whatever cream is available on your place. Since whipping creams are a bit expensive, I opted to use an ALL-PURPOSE CREAM. The other ingredient is a can of CONDENSED MILK. See? It’s that easy. Let me show you guys my first three flavors for my homemade ice cream.

First is for the coffee junkies 🙂

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Nica's Coffee Ice Cream

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients:

2 packs (250ml/pack) of All-Purpose Cream Chilled

1/2 or 1 can of Condensed Milk Chilled (depending on your preferred sweetness)

1-2 tbsp of Instant Coffee (you may add more to suit your taste)

1 tbsp of Hot Water

Directions:

In a large bowl, using a mixer beat the chilled All-Purpose Cream and Condensed Milk until it thickens. Leave it for a while in the fridge. This will serve as your ice cream base.

Make a paste out of the instant coffee. You may add more coffee or water depending on your preferred taste and thickness. Then fold it using a spatula on your ice cream base. Pour mixture in a tub and leave it overnight in the fridge. Thaw for 5 minutes and serve. 

Second recipe is for the kid at heart.

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Cookie Monster Ice Cream

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients:

2 packs (250ml/pack) of All-Purpose Cream Chilled

1/2 or 1 can of Condensed Milk Chilled (depending on your preferred sweetness)

1/4 tsp Vanilla Extract/Flavoring

6-10 pcs of Chocolate Chip Cookies crushed (you may leave some chunks too!)

Blue Food Coloring

Directions:

In a large bowl, using a mixer beat the chilled All-Purpose Cream and Condensed Milk until it thickens. Leave it for a while in the fridge, as you prepare the other ingredients.

Crush the chocolate chip cookies and set aside. Fold in your ice cream base the vanilla extract, then drop by drop add the blue food coloring according to your preference. Then finally fold in the crushed cookies. Pour the mixture in a tub and leave it in the fridge overnight. Thaw for about 5 minutes and serve.  

Last, is for those who think nothing beats a good, warm chunk of brownies.

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Brownie Ala Mode

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients:

2 packs (250ml/pack) of All-Purpose Cream Chilled

1/2 or 1 can of Condensed Milk Chilled (depending on your preferred sweetness)

1/4 tsp Vanilla Extract/Flavoring

3-4 pcs of brownies mashed (you may leave some chunks too!)

1 handful of unsalted nuts (optional)

1 small pack of marshmallows (optional)

Directions:

In a large bowl, using a mixer beat the chilled All-Purpose Cream and Condensed Milk until it thickens. Leave it for a while in the fridge, as you prepare the other ingredients.

Mash the brownies and set aside. You may use store bought brownies or you can bake them instead. For this recipe, I used a store bought one. Fold in your ice cream base the vanila extract. Then the mashed brownies, followed by the nuts and marshmallows. Pour mixture in a tub and leave it in the fridge overnight. Thaw for 5 minutes and serve.  

This is an easy recipe to follow. Using your creativity you may reinvent your own ice cream flavor by using the simple ice cream base of an all-purpose cream and condensed milk. For other ideas, check out the Gemma’s video below.

Merci beaucoup et á bientôt!

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