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Easy no churn vanilla Ice cream


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Ingredients

8 portion(s)

Vanilla Ice cream

  • 600 grams full fat cream, (600 ml)
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk, (395gm)
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract

Cookies and cream variation

  • 150 grams Chocolate biscuit (OREO are perfect), crushed/broken into small pieces

Honeycomb variation

  • 2 package Crunchie bar OR violet crumble bar, crushed/broken in to small pieces

Strawberry variation

  • 1 package Fresh Strawberries, hulled, (1 punnet) Blitzed to chosen size - chunky or smooth
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Recipe's preparation

    Vanilla Ice Cream
  1. Insert butterfly.

    Add cream and vanilla to bowl and mix on SPEED 2 as you pour the condensed milk into the mix through the lid.

    Once all in increase to SPEED 3 for 2-3 minutes until mixture is thick and creamy. (I did this in two steps - 1 min 15 secs, followed by an additional 1 min - so 2min 15 sec total and it was perfect).

    Pour into suitable container and freeze until set.

     

  2. VARIATIONS
  3. Fold through chosen variant SPEED 2 REVERSE Counter-clockwise operation 5 secs.

    The variation ingredient may not be completely through the mix, but as you pour it into the freezing container it will mix a bit more. Adjust this time to your preference. 

     

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Tip

Sorry about the picture - this is of the strawberry ice cream, the picture was an afterthought as my son was eating it!!!

This would work with just about any addition once the ice cream itself is made - I have tried each of these variations and it is a super creamy, easy and very quick ice cream to make.

To prepare the strawberries for the strawberry ice cream simply wash and hull then blitz 10 SEC on Speed 7 (adjust speed if you like it chunky) 


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  • how long does it take to set?

    Submitted by Traceykaal on 30. June 2020 - 10:06.

    how long does it take to set?

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  • peachey06: I've had it curdle too; it just means...

    Submitted by maerrie on 1. August 2017 - 14:39.

    peachey06: I've had it curdle too; it just means it was mixed for too long. I've made it several times with 35% cream and it's worked well.

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  • The first time I made this with 35% cream it...

    Submitted by peachey06 on 1. January 2017 - 20:16.

    The first time I made this with 35% cream it curdled and could not be used. I then made the 'strawberry variation' using 45% double cream. While the cream didn't curdled, the ice cream was exceptionally creamy and inedible. Will not be making again.

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  • This was a very easy recipe

    Submitted by stanfieb on 31. October 2016 - 12:40.

    This was a very easy recipe and the finished product was delish! Added oreos to make cookies and cream flavour.. Yumm

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  • Thanks so much for sharing. 

    Submitted by roxygirl720 on 29. October 2016 - 07:16.

    Thanks so much for sharing.  It was beautiful.

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  • Thanks

    Submitted by Sue42 on 4. June 2016 - 18:44.

    Thanks

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  • Easy, delicious - winner.

    Submitted by maerrie on 2. June 2016 - 21:44.

    Easy, delicious - winner.  Tip for creamier ice cream: first whip the cream for 30 seconds on speed 4, until about the consistency of double cream. Then lower to speed 2 and proceed with the recipe. It also makes it easier to scoop straight from frozen. I always make my own condensed milk (recipe from here) with a lot less sugar - about 80-100g - and it's still plenty sweet enough. Thanks for the recipe!

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  • Hmmmm. Not sure why it split

    Submitted by rowadam@bigpond.com on 26. January 2016 - 20:06.

    Hmmmm. Not sure why it split on you - I have not had it split on me ever. I try to make it resemble what I would call thick cream, kind of like the one you dollop. Not as far as whipped cream would look. Hope that makes sense.

    RowM

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  • Just made this again, so easy

    Submitted by Morgie121 on 26. January 2016 - 15:30.

    Just made this again, so easy & yummy!

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  • I just tried this twice and

    Submitted by NikkiGelf on 4. December 2015 - 13:13.

    I just tried this twice and both times it split! So disappointed... I was so careful not to whisk for too long.... I was trying to see a whipped texture.... Is it meant to look a bit like whipped cream... Any advice? 

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  • For those of you wishing to

    Submitted by Babushka on 25. September 2015 - 16:08.

    For those of you wishing to make this less sweet, try making your own sweetened condensed milk (recipe on this site is awsome) and just halve or even quarter the sugar depending on your added ingredients.   I only put around 80g of sugar, the condensed milk is a little runny but it doesn't effect the ice cream in any way.   Am making the kids blueberry ice creams this weekend!    The strawberry ones were a huge hit!

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  • love it, so easy and so

    Submitted by Princess73 on 14. September 2015 - 11:57.

    love it, so easy and so tasty!

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  • Yum!!!!  So easy and so

    Submitted by rtracey on 10. August 2015 - 01:04.

    Yum!!!!  So easy and so tasty!  it's a little more sickly than I would normally like ice-cream, which I guess is the condensed milk, but for how easy it is that's definitely worth it.  Accidentally made it without the butterfly in, then spotted it just after I'd put it in the freezer!!   Definitely noticed the difference in thickness once I'd done it again with the butterfly.  Excited to try out different flavours of this  tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Made it again with my

    Submitted by mrsm_jones on 18. July 2015 - 16:37.

    Made it again with my daughter's creation, Gummy Bears. Hubby says this is the best ice cream he's ever tasted.

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  • 5  stars from my lot I added

    Submitted by mrsm_jones on 9. June 2015 - 22:10.

    5  stars from my lot tmrc_emoticons.) I added crushed maltesers. Really easy recipe, but wasn't sure how thick to mix it til. It didn't seem to thicken how I imagined it, even after longer than the recipe said, but tasted delicious once set.

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  • This ice cream is unreal! So

    Submitted by baxtersmum on 24. March 2015 - 09:09.

    This ice cream is unreal! So creamy and dangerously easy to make. I used 1 tsp of vanilla extract and a scraped vanilla bean. The vanilla bean really enhanced the flavour and it was perfect for my liking. Can't wait to start trying different variations.

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  • This is just the best receipt

    Submitted by TrashySashy on 13. March 2015 - 09:02.

    This is just the best receipt for ice-cream! the first time I made it, I added violet crumble, my daughter said "Mum, we are never buying store-bought ice-cream ever again!" Huge favourite, make a tub each week and kids choose a different mix-in. A personal favourite was adding crunchy peanut butter & crushed maltesers. Fantastic!

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  • Oh my goodness, this is so

    Submitted by sporthouse on 12. March 2015 - 19:31.

    Oh my goodness, this is so delicious. Just like soft serve! I added chopped up crunchies to mine. So many flavour possibilities, will be making this icecream again thats for sure!

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  • Can't say enough about this

    Submitted by LouLou100 on 20. January 2015 - 21:03.

    Can't say enough about this recipe. Every other thermo icecream recipe is basically frozen custard. LOVE IT!!!

     

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  • I've tried this recipe twice

    Submitted by carah on 19. January 2015 - 12:49.

    I've tried this recipe twice today and both have turned to a curdled mess. Made it for Christmas with no issues....

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  • So easy and everyone loved

    Submitted by Brooke ling on 10. January 2015 - 10:10.

    So easy and everyone loved it!!!

    my partner loved this more than the one in the basic cook book that took a lot longer to make....

     

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