No Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (Sandwiches)

24 Jul 2015

No Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (Sandwiches)

Creamy vanilla bean ice cream, with no ice cream maker required! Summer just isn't the same without ice cream sandwiches.

No Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (Sandwiches)


I can't believe summer is halfway over, and I have yet to make ice cream of any kind in my house! It is just bonkers!

To be fair, I left my ice cream maker behind when I moved (boo), but with all the no churn ice cream recipes out there, I can't really say that having no ice cream maker is a good enough excuse.



No Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (Sandwiches)


So I was walking by this milk store the other day that sells so many different varieties of ice cream sandwich, that I knew I needed to make some at home. One day, I might even recreate all of their ice cream sandwiches. Here's to hoping!

Also, contemplating buying an ice cream maker. Do you think it's worth it for the last half of summer?


No Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (Sandwiches)


But in the meantime, I will be munching on these no churn ice cream sandwiches!

I used a vanilla bean, but if you don't have one on hand, feel free to use 1 Tablespoon of vanilla extract, I won't be offended! I think I just have a weird love of seeing the little vanilla bean seeds sprinkled all over my ice cream.

I feel like I only have vanilla ice cream recipes on this blog. I should really diversify my selection. Any suggestions?


No Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (Sandwiches)


No Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (Sandwiches)
printable recipe

What you'll need:


    Directions:
    1. Pour the condensed milk into a small bowl. Scrape the vanilla bean seeds into the bowl, and mix together until fully combined. Set aside
    2. In a large bowl, whip the whipping cream until stiff peaks form. Mix in the condensed milk mixture, and mix together until fully incorporated. 
    3. Pour into a freezer-safe container, and place in the freezer for at least 6 hours, or overnight.
    4. Create ice cream sandwiches with the cookies and ice cream!

    Adapted from Love Grows Wild


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    No Churn Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (Sandwiches)

    18 comments:

    1. Love homemade ice cream and ice cream sandwiches! These look great! I am planning to make fudge ripple ice cream soon - it's vanilla bean base and you stir in a fudge sauce you make the day before. It is like the old-school cups I used to get at the corner deli. : )

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    2. We just finished the last of the homemade ice cream last night. Time to make more!

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    3. Loving your ice cream to cookie ratio here! :)

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    4. Oh..I wish I could have it all right now :D

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    5. Yay! I don’t have an ice cream maker and this looks perfect!

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    6. this looks ah-mazing! I totaslly want one of these right now YUM ;-)

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    7. Love ice cream sandwiches and these are beautiful!

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    8. OMG! So tasty! These sandwiches look amazing!

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    9. Oh, yum! Condensed milk, eh? I'm not a fan of that but I don't mind giving it a go for this recipe. I love vanilla ice cream!

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    10. Cathleen, I'd rather eat vanilla ice cream than any of the popular ooey-gooey flavors full of candy and cookies and nonsense!

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    11. Deeeelicious! Even with the cold Summer we have had here in Scotland so far, I'd still go for some of this :D Nothing beats some proper vanilla ice cream where you can see the little seeds through it. Thumbs up for it not requiring an ice cream maker too :D Happy Sunday! x

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    12. Oh Cathleen! These look absolutely gorgeous, and I seriously need these in my face a soon as I can make them! Thank you so much for sharing! :D

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    13. Nothing beats a classic vanilla bean ice cream...except when its sandwiched in a cookie!!

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    14. Ice cream YEAR ROUND is how I live...so yes I do think buying an ice cream maker is totally worth it!

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    15. Looks absolutely amazing! My teenage daughter is having a friend this weekend. I will have to put them to work making ice cream sandwiches!

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    16. Hi Cathleen, love your double decker sandwiched ice cream.It look so good and refreshing.

      Have a ice day,regards
      Amelia

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