Every once in awhile I like to make a batch of homemade ice cream, and I love to make it a super simple no churn style. My family loves Cookie Butter, and I thought I’d surprise them with a batch of Cookie Butter Ice Cream. This is a sponsored post.
How do you make Cookie Butter Ice Cream?
This is completely no churn, so you don’t need an ice cream maker. You just need a mixer, and a handheld mixer will work just fine.
First, whip the whipping cream until it forms hard peaks — which means, when you take the beater out of it the peaks will stay standing up.
In a separate dish mix together the sweetened condensed milk, sour cream, and vanilla (or vanilla bean paste).
Fold in the whipped cream gently with the milk mixture.
Next, microwave the cookie butter for about 30 seconds to make it runny. Then, drizzle it over the cream mixture and gently fold it in. Do this 2-3 times.
Then, freeze it for about 5-6 hours before serving.
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Cookie Butter Ice Cream
Two favorite ingredients - ice cream and cookie butter together at last.
- 2 cups whipping cream
- 1 cup sweetened condensed milk
- 1/2 cup sour cream
- 1-2 teaspoons vanilla (or 1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste)
- 1/2 jar of cookie butter
- Whip the whipping cream until hard peaks form. When you pull up the beater and the peaks stay.
- In a separate freezer dish combine the milk, sour cream, and vanilla.
- Zap the cookie butter in the microwave for 30 seconds.
- Fold in the whipping cream into the milk mixture, gently.
- Drizzle a third of the cookie butter onto the ice cream mixture and gently fold it in. Do this 1-2 more times.
- Then drizzle a little bit more on top before placing it in the freezer for 5-6 hours.
- Remove from freezer and dish it up!
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Cookie Butter Ice Cream Sundaes?! Sign me up! Nothing’s better on a warm summer day than a big bowl of ice cream <3
Oh this seriously looks like a dream dessert! I have not made homemade no churn ice cream before, but you made it sound like it is easy and I could do it. I will go to bed dreaming about cookie butter!
They sound great. I really like the waffle cone bowls too, what a cute idea! I’ll be looking for those next time we shop.
Yum this would be a real treat. A dessert like this would be awesome after a long day outside.
What a super fun summer activity to do with your kids. It looks absolutely delicious too, which could be dangerous for my summer beach bod (ha ha…it doesn’t exist!).
We love sundae fundae at our house for sure! These like some delicious creations you guys came up with, and I love those bowls!
This would be perfect for this hot weather!
I might have to have ice cream tonight!
Yum!! What a great way to mix these ingredients. It looks so good — wish I had some right now.
Oooo these sounds absolutely delicious! Nothing better than yummy ice cream during the summer!!! So much yum in this post!
I have never heard of cookie butter, but this ice cream sounds and looks so good. And you can’t go wrong with all the Smuckers toppings.
Simply yummy sounding. I don’t like the cookie butter by itself, but mixed in something like this would be great. Can’t wait to try.
That looks yummy and easy to do. I can’t wait to make this for my family.
I actually like it combine flavors and topping like peanut butter and jelly and chocolate or coconut! I think every day should be a sundae day!
Yum! What a perfect summer treat! Thank you for sharing your recipe. My husband can’t do a lot of the store bought ice creams due to the ingredients, but he can do from scratch just fine!
Ok… what is cookie butter? I really cannot figure out what that is. I love your recipe so I’d like to try making it.
They call it Cookie Butter at Trader Joes, but you can find it at most grocery stores and it’s called Biscoff spread. It’s ground up Biscoff cookies, and it tastes amazing!
One of our favorite flavors, this looks fantastic, will definitely be making this! Thanks for the recipe!