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Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy No-Churn Ice Cream!

Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy No-Churn Ice Cream!

Oh My word – this  Easy Peasy No Churn Ice Cream is quite simply the easiest recipe on EPLS! Three Ingredients!!!!!!

My No Churn Ice Cream is the simplest recipe on the blog! I decided to make Cherry Ice-cream as we love it and I could already taste it was going to be quite sweet so I wanted some fruit in there. There is something quite ‘heart swelling’ about making your own Ice-cream. And who knew it was SO easy!? and I mean easy! So go on show off and make loads :-)

And the options are endless!

  • Lemon curd swirled through (also cuts the richness nicely)
  • Vanilla
  • Blueberries
  • Broken Cookies
  • Chocolate chips
  • Fresh strawberries
  • Coffee
  • Nut & chocolate
  • Eton-mess Ice-Cream?  Marshmallows / Meringue / Strawberries
  • Orange
  • Honey
  • Peaches
  • Chocolate spread / Peanuts / Hazelnuts

 

Oh anything I could go on and on…..

Please have a go at this No-Churn Ice Cream, I would love to see your pics, have your comments and your flavours, just drop a comment below the blog post!

Thanks Cx

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Tin (200g) Condensed Milk (I used the ‘lite’ version as it’s very naughty)
  • 600ml Double Cream
  • 200g or more Fresh Cherries, pitted

Preparation Method

  1. I used my Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer but you can use an electric hand whisk or just your arm (if you’ve got the stamina, think toned arms 😉 )
  2. In a bowl whisk the condensed milk and double cream until it looks like clotted cream – may take a few minutes
  3. Scrape into a container of choice – a loaf tin will do.
  4. Chop half the pitted Cherries into medium sized pieces. With the other half – pop in a bowl and using a fork ‘squish’ until it looks like pulp
  5. Then put about 6 teaspoons of the pulp across the top of the ice cream and using a knife swirl it through to get the rippled effect
  6. Finally top with the chopped cherries
  7. Cover with Cling film and freeze until hard – about 4 hours
  8. When you are ready to serve – remove from the freezer leave for 10-15 minutes to soften slightly and scoop away!
  9. It’s rich – so enjoy – but you don’t need loads to satisfy your ice-cream appetite
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Comments

Angela / Only Crumbs Remain says:
Wow, how easy is that to make ! it looks amazing and sounds delicious too :-) Angela x
Vicki Montague says:
Oh boy! This looks amazing. Such a shame I can't have dairy. I wonder if there is a way around in. I've got my thinking cap on!
Sarah James says:
What a fab recipe Clare, a no churn ice cream
Sarah James says:
Oops - I hit the submit button by accident! I was trying to say I love your no churn ice cream recipe with all those amazing flavours to choose from. Thanks for sharing x
    Clare x says:
    It's so easy Sarah - Thanks for your comment Cx
Louise Fairweather says:
Oh my it sounds wonderful! I would have to feed it to the boys or I would double in size. Love that it is no churn too. I had an ice cream maker but it was too much faffing around that I gave it to my friend! #cookblogshare
    Clare x says:
    Yep i gave mine away too! You don't need one with recipes like this Cx
Jacqueline Bellefontaine says:
Guess you can't get much easier than this and it sounds fab, - jacqui
Charlotte says:
This is so easy, will be trying this with the kids in the summer hols #tastytuesday
Hayley @ Snap Happy Bakes says:
Wow anything with condensed milk in it gets my attention :-) Thanks for linking with #CookBlogShare
Helen @ family-friends-food.com says:
Sounds delicious - and SO EASY!! Love it!
HonestMum says:
Too delicious!