No-churn ice cream

No-churn ice cream

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Cooking time

Prep: 5 mins Plus freezing

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 8

Condensed milk is a magic ingredient when making no-churn ice cream - the end result will be creamy, smooth and not at all icy

Nutrition and extra info

Additional info

  • Freezable
Nutrition info

Nutrition per serving

kcalories
456
protein
3g
carbs
15g
fat
43g
saturates
24g
fibre
0g
sugar
15g
salt
0.13g
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Ingredients

  • ½ a 397g can sweetened condensed milk
  • 600ml pot double cream
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

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Method

Put the condensed milk, cream and vanilla into a large bowl. Beat with an electric whisk until thick and quite stiff, a bit like clotted cream. Scrape into a freezer container or a large loaf tin, cover with cling film and freeze until solid.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, August 2010

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oscarbeauremi's picture

I made this in my ice cream machine which i suppose defeats the object of the recipe, but anyway, the original recipe was too rich so i substituted half the cream for milk added after whipping, this worked really well, i have since added 125g of melted dark chocolate to the milk and made the most beautifull rich chocolate ice cream!

oscarbeauremi's picture

I made this in my ice cream machine which i suppose defeats the object of the recipe, but anyway, the original recipe was too rich so i substituted half the cream for milk added after whipping, this worked really well, i have since added 125g of melted dark chocolate to the milk and made the most beautifull rich chocolate ice cream!

tails83's picture

Does anyone know where you can get the ice cream containers from to use?

tshaw666's picture
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This is delicious, my wife couldn't get enough of it and she will be forcing me into the kitchen to make more. It is really smooth and creamy, we split a vanilla pod and used the seeds to give it extra flavour which was a worthwhile addition.

cookie01's picture
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This recipe is not one I would recommend. The only use I can see for it, is to let the kids try their hand at making ice cream, actually even then I'm not so sure...It tastes of cream and condensed milk, not surprisingly! It's overly sweet and leaves a greasy residue in your mouth. If you want to make ice cream use a recipe that makes a custard and if you don't have an ice cream maker then just get it out of the freezer every couple of hours and beat it. This recipe might seem like an easy option but it's really not worth the cost of the ingredients.

michfitz's picture

Could some of the cream be substituted by Baileys? A sort of frozen Dom Pedro?

cmcinroy's picture
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Really simple to make and a very grown up smooth ice cream. Will try with different flavours next time.

kim0612's picture
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This recipe really does work, I can't big it up enough, it is so simple & it tastes just like Cornish Ice Cream, it also keeps very well. I have made it twice & will make it again at the weekend.

helenl04's picture

Does this really, really work?

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