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no churn milk & cookies ice cream


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I am an emotional eater - there is no denying that. I eat when I'm happy. I eat when I'm sad. I eat when I'm anxious and I eat when I'm trying to keep myself awake to finish work even though all I want to do is go to sleep.

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Some people think emotional eating is a problem...but I tell myself it's an endearing quality. Every emotional eater has their go to food - mine is a pint of Ben & Jerry's Milk & Cookies Ice Cream.

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Last week, when I was feeling particularly stressed over something (I can't even remember what it was now...so obviously it wasn't that important), and I went to the store to grab some Milk & Cookies. But I couldn't find any. I got down on my hands and knees and searched all the way to the back of the freezer, but they were out.

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Instead of picking a different flavor like a rational person would, I decided I was not going to end my day without some Milk & Cookies. So, I decided I was going to make my own. No Churn Ice Cream is really easy to make, and with a good base, you can essentially make any flavor you want - even your favorite Ben & Jerry's!

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No Churn Milk & Cookies Ice Cream


No Churn Milk & Cookies Ice Cream | Sprinkles For Breakfast

Ingredients

  • 1 can (14 oz.) sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract
  • 2 cups cold heavy cream
  • 1 cup Oreo, roughly chopped
  • 1 cup Chips Ahoy Chocolate Chip Cookies, roughly chopped
  • Loaf Pan

Directions

  1. On a cutting board, roughly chop cookies. Set aside.
  2. In a medium bowl, mix condensed milk, and vanilla extract.
  3. In a stand mixer with a whisk attachment, beat the heavy cream on a high speed until stiff peaks form.
  4. Fold whipped cream into condensed milk mixture.
  5. Once the whipped cream is fully incorporated, stir in cookies.
  6. Line a 4 1/2 x 8/12 inch loaf pan with parchment.
  7. Pour ice cream mixture into pan and crumble a few more cookies on top.
  8. Place loaf pan into the freezer overnight, or until firm.

*About 10 servings




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Lindsay Nathanson - Baker and Author

I might be the only person in the history of the world that has ever been grounded from baking. That's right. When I was a teen, it wasn't the computer, or the phone or the tv that got taken away. For me, it was the unsalted butter.


Comments (1)



Lee Ann

This sounds great, and I love the "Girl Scout" get-it-done-attitude, Lindsay, but ... you have to wait OVERNIGHT for it to freeze, honey!!!! Overnight!! I, too, am an emotional eater, and when I need my fix, I need it now, ha, ha! You have way more patience than me!
Hugs,
Lee Ann


Lindsay Nathanson

Overnight is just a precaution to make sure it's really all the way frozen. I took it out after a solid 4 hours...no way I waited all night!