No-Churn? No Problem

Southeast Dairy Association - ice cream

We all need something sweet to eat, but we can’t always plan for when the cravings come. When you have a hankering for ice cream, you better have a store-bought tub at the ready or the ice cream maker sitting in the freezer.  

Are you waking up craving homemade ice cream but don’t have an ice cream maker? Are you avoiding a trip to the grocery store because you’ll overbuy for a home that’s otherwise stocked? When your stomach won’t stop demanding a treat you don’t have ready, make these 4 no-churn ice creams for a spontaneous ice cream party tonight. 

Make a sweet, classic summer treat with heavy whipping cream, sweetened condensed milk, buttermilk, vanilla, and fresh strawberries for Strawberry Buttermilk Ice Cream. Using both mashed strawberries and chopped strawberries with buttermilk creates a flavorful ice cream full of nostalgia. Place in the freezer in the morning for a scoop made for evenings on the porch. 

Southeast Dairy Association - Walnut Caramel Ice Cream

For a more unusual taste than what is offered at the store, make a quart of Toasted Walnut Buttermilk Ice Cream. Using baked, chopped walnuts, and vanilla with a mixture of melted butter, heavy whipping cream, sweetened condensed milk, and tangy buttermilk, create an ice cream option for a grown-up palate. Top with a store-bought or homemade salted caramel sauce that complements the balanced flavors of this sophisticated dessert. 

If you’ve been in a baking mood and went overboard with the cookies, this recipe is for you. Crush up some of your latest homemade chocolate chip cookies and grab the well-used vanilla to combine with heavy whipping cream, sweetened condensed milk, and whole milk. Everyone that enjoys a scoop will experience layers of homemade ice cream between layers of their favorite cookie. It’s a sweet treat for all. 

Southeast Dairy Association - chocolate peanut butter ice cream

Combine your dairy offerings of heavy whipping cream, sweetened condensed milk, and buttermilk with unsweetened cocoa powder and peanut butter for a flavorful Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream. Prepare this by lunchtime and you’ll have a quart of ice cream waiting in your freezer to be tonight’s dessert. 

With plenty of yummy tastes, now you have no excuses for not enjoying a nice ice cream cone on a hot summer afternoon. Whether your ice cream comes from the store or is made at home using an ice cream maker or a loaf pan, you have a pleasant way to keep cool. 

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