This No Churn Turtle Ice Cream is made with cream, sweetened condensed milk, chocolate, caramel, pecans and Turtle candies. It’s an easy treat with a few minutes prep!
Summer is here and it’s ice cream for dinner!
Not really, I mean, not all the time anyway 😉
But this No Churn Turtle Ice Cream is an easy summer treat that requires just a few ingredients and a few minutes prep!
What is No Churn Ice Cream?
No Churn ice cream is made by combining whipped cream (unsweetened) with sweetened condensed milk.
The sweetened condensed milk keeps the ice cream from freezing super firm, and obviously adds sweetness.
While No Churn Ice Cream isn’t quite the same as traditional custard-based ice cream, it’s a fun summer dessert that won’t take hours out of your day!
It’s also really easy to add in your own sauces, swirls and mix ins to make it your own.
How to make no churn ice cream:
- Whip up some cream: you want to incorporate air into this recipe so that your ice cream isn’t a frozen block of creamy! For this reason only heavy whipping cream will work.
- Fold in some sweetened condensed milk — the sugar keeps the ice cream from freezing completely solid, and obviously adds sweetness.
- Add in any mix ins you want! For this recipe we use chocolate sauce, caramel sauce, chopped pecans and chopped Turtle candies.
- Freeze! In 4-6 hours you can have soft serve consistency, but I usually let it freeze overnight if possible.
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No Churn Turtle Ice Cream
- 1 1/2 cups whipping cream 35%
- 14 oz can sweetened condensed milk
- 2-3 tablespoons caramel sauce
- 2-3 tablespoons chocolate sauce
- 1/4 cup chopped pecans
- 1/4 cup chopped Turtle candies
- In a large bowl, whip cream until stiff peaks form. Carefully fold in sweetened condensed milk.
- Pour half into a 1.5-2 quart dish, swirl with half of the caramel, chocolate sauce, pecans and Turtles.
- Repeat layers one more time using remaining ingredients.
- Freeze for at least 6-8 hours or until firm.
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