5 Perfectly Pinnable Recipes for Delicious No-Churn Ice Cream

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No-churn ice cream may be the answer to keeping yourself cool this summer. Nothing beats the Texas heat like homemade ice cream, but few people own an ice cream maker. No worries. You can still create your own no-churn ice cream creations with these recipes. Generally, no-churn ice cream recipes start with the same base, but the fun of these recipes comes in the many flavors added to the base to create tasty concoctions worthy of any ice cream parlor.

1. Cookies and Cream Ice Cream

Kirbie's Cravings Cookies and Cream No Churn Ice Cream

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Kirbie’s Cravings reduces the time it takes to prepare homemade ice cream to just 10 minutes. Like Texas’s beloved Blue Bell, this recipe enhances the ice cream with Oreo cookies. By adding just two more ingredients and an overnight freeze, you are on your way to making homemade cookies and cream.

2. Fresh Peach Ice Cream

recipes Big Bear's Wife Peach No Churn Ice Cream

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Do you love peaches and cream ice cream? You likely have what you need to make a batch of the creamy dessert you crave thanks to Big Bear’s Wife, who created this no-churn peach ice cream recipe. Though fresh Texas peaches typically abound during the summer, occasionally, warm winters reduce the crop. If this happens, canned or frozen peaches might substitute for fresh peaches in this recipe, but try to get the best fresh peaches you can for the most flavor.

3. Harry Potter Butterbeer Ice Cream

Your Everyday Family Butterbeer No Churn Ice Cream

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If you or your kids have ever read the Harry Potter books, mentions of butterbeer may have captured your interest. Why not pair this fantasy drink with no-churn ice cream? That’s exactly what Your Everyday Family did. Whether you like the Harry Potter series, or just like butterscotch, you should try this sweet ice cream for an unusual no-churn treat.

4. Peanut Butter Ripple Ice Cream

Fresh April Flours Peanut Butter Ripple No Churn Ice Cream

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Peanut butter makes just about anything more appetizing, including ice cream. If peanut butter tempts you, try Fresh April Flours’s peanut butter ripple ice cream. This recipe uses two forms of peanut butter, chips and the butter, to create the peanuttiest ice cream you’ve ever had.

5. Neapolitan Ice Cream

Bake Eat Repeat's Neapolitan No Churn Ice Cream

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Occasionally, ice cream indecision strikes, leaving you in front of the freezer, wondering which flavor to serve yourself. For those times when you cannot decide which type of ice cream to have, you can eat Neapolitan. This combination of strawberry, chocolate, and vanilla satiates any ice cream craving. Thanks to Bake.Eat.Repeat, you can have all three ice cream flavors in a single no churn recipe.