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No-Churn Nutella Ice Cream

This rich and creamy ice cream, can be made using only 3 ingredients; and no machine needed!






 

Back when I moved away from home,  my parents bought me an ice cream machine, for Christmas. I still have it and try to use it at least once a year, but sometimes it can be a lot of work. No-churn ice cream recipes caught my eye because I just really don't want to spend the time making a custard. I liked that this recipe used just a handful of ingredients, most of which I always have on hand.


This ice cream is insane! I went with a Nutella version, since we were out of chocolate syrup. It is silky smooth and VERY rich. One scoop goes a long way this this. I am excited to try different variations this summer. I mean how easier can it get? Condensed milk, soft peak whipped cream and add ins!







Easy No Churn Nutella Ice Cream


1- 14 oz can, sweetened condensed milk

1/2 c Nutella

2 C (1 pint) 35 % whipping cream


In a large bowl, combine the condensed milk and Nutella until smooth. In a separate bowl whip the cream, to soft peaks. Gently fold whipped cream into the Nutella mixture. Pour into a 2 quart container, cover with plastic wrap (directly onto the surface of the ice cream), cover and freeze for a minimum of 6 hrs, to over night.

Makes 1 1/2 quarts of ice cream.


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