Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream #SundaySupper
Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream is a creamy treat that perfect for fall! This no-churn ice cream recipe is a great break from traditional pumpkin spice recipes.
I couldn’t believe how easy it was to make ice cream. No fancy equipment just start with 2 simple ingredients and then add from there. I’ve always wanted to try my own so I thought for Fall some pumpkin ice cream would be perfect. Even better, pumpkin pie ice cream.
Even though Friday was officially the beginning of Fall ice cream really is in order since this week has been H-O-T! I’m talking like almost 90 degrees. It’s a little odd to see the leaves falling when you are staring at them from inside because you want to be close to the A/C. Not complaining though because Michigan winters are so long that I will take every last bit of Summer I can get. So now let’s cool off with some pumpkin pie ice cream, shall we?
Is no-churn ice cream at home? Yes!
- Start with just two ingredients: heavy whipping cream and sweetened condensed milk.
- Don’t have a Kitchen Aid mixer? A handheld electric mixer works just as well!
- Add nuts, fruit, candy pieces, chocolate chunks…anything you like to make a no-churn dessert at home the whole family will love.
How to make Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream:
Using a mixer, either stand or handheld, whip the whipping cream for around 5 minutes until peaks form. With it still going add the can of sweetened condensed milk.
Finally add the pumpkin, vanilla and pumpkin spice. That’s it! Turn off the mixer and get ready to add the cookies.
In a Ziploc bag crush up the cookies or graham crackers whatever your using. Not too fine though. Add 3/4 of the cup of crushed cookies into the filling.
Place into a loaf pan, it worked perfect and didn’t take up too much room in my freezer. Now put the rest of the cookies on top.
Into the freezer, this pumpkin pie ice cream goes. It needs at least 6 hours if not overnight. I got too tempted and tried it after about 4 hours and it was not done–but it tasted good like pudding just not like ice cream. Once it’s set, delicious.
And here you are…..
From our home in the Bottom Left of the Mitten to yours ~ Enjoy!
Cookie crust adapted from Celebrating Sweets.
Thank you to this weeks Sunday Supper host. Check out all of the other pumpkin recipes to get you through Fall.
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