Rich and creamy ice cream without an ice cream maker? It is possible, with my No-Churn Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream! You won’t believe how easy it is!
If TheBetterHalf had to choose a favorite dessert, it would be chocolate peanut butter ice cream. Our freezer has a pint of chocolate peanut butter Haagen-Daz in it at all times. But up until recently, I had never been able to make him his favorite treat because I don’t have an ice cream maker! I just don’t have room to store it, so it is one appliance I’ve decided I don’t need. But then I discovered no-churn ice cream, and what a dangerous discovery it was.
No-Churn ice cream is so ridiculously easy to make! And you really only need two base ingredients – heavy whipping cream and sweetened condensed milk. So I played around with this perfect no-churn base and came up with No-Churn Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream.
Oh.Wow. This stuff is SO good. It is incredibly rich and creamy, so it is not for the faint of heart. Or those on a diet. But it is SO delicious. After literally 3 bites, I feel totally satisfied. And this is coming from a girl who has been judged by others at Pinkberry for ordering a large. What can I say, I like my frozen treats.
When I was invited by OXO to participate in their #IceCreamforOXO campaign, I was SO excited!! A campaign all about ice cream? Clearly they picked the right girl! They sent me a bunch of fun stuff for my ice cream making adventure.
Like this mini chopper – it is perfect for chopping up chocolate bars before melting them!
Their sugar dispenser doubles as a sprinkle dispenser! Clearly an essential kitchen tool that every person needs to have!! And I love their ice cream scoop – the pointed tip makes it so easy to get the perfect scoop.
Rich and creamy chocolate peanut butter ice cream without an ice cream maker? Yep, I would say that this #IceCreamforOXO campaign was quite a success in my kitchen!
Disclosure: OXO provided me with free products to use for this post. All opinions are my own.
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