OMG!!! I made these two great no churn ice cream flavors - chocolate and cookies and cream a few weeks ago, and they were amazing. I found the inspiration for this no churn ice cream from Dana at This Silly Girls Life. When I read the recipe, I thought ok, I'll give this a try. My sweet hubby loves ice cream. It is one of his favorite desserts. I decided I would adapt her recipe to a plain cookies and cream ice cream and a chocolate ice cream. They were really easy to make and the only special appliance that you need is a mixer. I don't think you can get much simpler then that. Today, I am just going to share the Chocolate Ice Cream recipe.
Chocolate No Churn Ice Cream
2 cups heavy whipping cream
4 TB Powdered sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
1/2 cup Hershey's Chocolate Syrup
Whip cream until it is starting to thicken, then add powdered sugar.
Continue whipping cream until it forms soft peaks and add vanilla.
Finish whipping cream until it forms firm peaks. Just make sure you don't whip it too much or you'll end up making butter.
Gently mix the chocolate syrup into the whipped cream and then add the sweetened condensed milk until it is all thoroughly combined. You can do this with a mixer or by hand.
Pour all of this into a loaf pan and put in the freezer. It took about 3 hours in my freezer, for it to freeze. So you will probably want to allow about 4 hours from start to serve time.
I'm not exactly sure how many servings, this makes, but it is a whole loaf pan full.
Now, wasn't that easy. What a great dessert, and it is so fast. The texture of this ice cream is so creamy and smooth and not to heavy at all.
I love hearing from all of you, so let me know what you think. Vince asked for strawberry ice cream after he tasted it, so I will try that one next.
Have a great week.