This No-Churn Cookies + Cream Ice Cream recipe is fully homemade, requires no ice cream making machine, and comes with a creamy vanilla base loaded with Oreo cookies. Made with just FIVE ingredients and takes less than 10 minutes to whip together, before letting the freezer do the rest. The perfect sweet treat for the entire family on any given day.
Literally a true statement for this recipe.
This no-churn Oreo ice cream recipe is definitely something special to me because I LOVED Oreos growing up. Honestly, I still indulge in a pack of these little chocolate sandwiches ever so often.
I literally have to be intentional about not adding a pack of these to my cart. Haha.
When it comes to Ice Cream recipes, I've had my fair share of experimenting with the No-Churn method.
However, I did treat myself to a full fledge Ice Cream machine recently, therefore, I'm excited to give it a try very soon. Honestly, it looks kind of intimidating because it's my first try at it, but I'll live to tell you guys what I think soon. Haha.
Since we're officially in full swing of Summer (with pretty HOT weather I might add), my guess is, ice cream is a MUST!
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The homemade ice cream ingredients for this recipe are simple:
Heavy Whipping Cream
Sweetened Condensed Milk
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OK, so can we talk about the Oreos again for a sec? Am I the only one who's truly obsessed? There's no way I could stop with just this no churn Oreo ice cream recipe!
Previously, I made these Oreo Cheesecake Bites and they were a super big hit! Not only are these little bites the perfect size, but they come fully packed with a beautifully tasty oreo cookie crust and a decadent oreo filling, topped with whipped cream and a full oreo cookie for extra goodness. Can we just say that it’s an oreo overload?
But if you're truly a fan and love all things Oreos, then these Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes + Oreo Buttercream would be perfect for you also!
While many people might be familiar with the term "No-Churn", many still aren't. Basically, it means that there isn't a need for an Ice Cream machine in order for it to come out creamy within a few hours.
Unlike traditional Ice cream recipes which require an egg-based custard that is carefully cooked and formulated to ensure that things come together nicely, No-Churn recipes skip the work and stress of it all. That's why this no churn Oreo ice cream recipe is so great!
Can I make Dairy-Free No-Churn Ice Cream? Yup, definitely! I've heard that people have used avocados and coconut milk to make their creamy base. While I haven't personally tried it, I have seen some really great recipes!
How Long Does Homemade Ice Cream Last? Honestly, homemade ice cream can last for a little while, somewhere close to 2 weeks.
Are There Any Tips or Hacks for Making the Perfect No-Churn Oreo Ice Cream Recipe? Yup. It always starts with getting the right ingredients. Firstly, it's about getting quality ingredients for the best results and more importantly, it's about getting the EXACT ingredients listed and not substituting.
Also, if you're trying to make different flavors and decide on using other extracts, be sure to start by adding small amounts first. Lastly, always ensure that anything that will be folded in is chopped and prepped beforehand. That means any chocolate, nuts, etc. should be chopped and easy to fold in.
Now, let’s dig right into this recipe–-shall we?
In the bowl of an electric mixer on medium-high speed, whip together the heavy cream and vanilla until stiff peaks form.
Now, fold in the sweetened condensed milk and sea salt into the whipped cream. Next, add in the Oreos and fold until fully incorporated.
Immediately pour mixture into a 9×5 loaf pan (or small metal bowl) and freeze for 6-8 hours.
To serve, remove from freezer and let sit for a couple of minutes to soften slightly and enjoy on a cone or in a dessert bowl.
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Delicious! My whole family loved it! I see this going on repeat during the summer months!
I love ice cream any kind of ice cream, especially ice cream that doesn't require an ice cream machine to enjoy.
We are an Oreo obsessed house too so this is perfect! I'm going to have the kids help out with making this on the weekend. I know it'll be a hit!
Yay, finally a great no-churn ice cream recipe. This is just perfect for the hot weather.
Amazing ice cream combo. So creamy. A perfect summer treat.
I love OREO ice cream so much! It is also my husband's favorite flavor. I have pretty much everything to whip up a batch of this goodness! Thank you!
No churn ice cream is just about the best thing, ever! Thanks for your helpful tutorial, the cookies were such a good addition!