No Churn Peanut Butter Ice Cream

no churn peanut butter ice cream

Hello! Hello! It’s Ginger from, & I am so excited to be here today with you! I’ve been blogging for a couple of years over on my blog. I love sharing fun crafts & DIY projects & yummy recipes like this No Churn Peanut Butter Ice Cream! Yum! My kiddos & I have had fun this summer making different versions of this no churn ice cream recipe. Be sure to check out our yummy s’more ice cream recipe over on my blog. Annnnd just because school has started doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy a frozen treat, right? Ice cream is always a hit as an after school snack around our house. ;)

ice cream recipe

For this recipe you will need:
Sweetened Condensed Milk, 1 can
Heavy Whipping Cream, 16 oz. carton
1/2 cup crunchy peanut butter
crushed honey roasted peanuts topping
In a large¬†bowl whip the whipping cream until light & fluffy. It takes a little while, be patient. ;) Then in another bowl mix together the can of sweeten condensed milk with 1/2 cup of crunchy peanut butter. Then stir that mixture into the whipped whipping cream until combined. Pour into a pan, cover & freeze for at least six hours. When you are ready to serve sprinkle with crushed honey roasted peanuts & enjoy. We’ve also used this recipe in popsicle molds to make ice cream pops. They were delicious!
About Ginger:
Ginger is the blogger behind is a place were she shares her simple & easy DIY projects, latest crafty ideas, yummy recipes & more. She is the mom to 5 awesome kiddos ages 6-18 & a wife to one amazing guy. It seems like she is always in the middle of a project or two. It’s a wild & crazy life, but she wouldn’t change a thing! is a place were she hopes to inspire you to create, too. You can connect with Ginger on facebook, pinterest, twitter & of course, instagram.

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