Home-made Oreo Ice cream (No-machine needed)

Nov 10, 2014 | Family & Life, Recipes

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I love Oreo and I love ice cream…
That’s why I love Cookies ‘n cream… 🙂

This home-made recipe is perfect for holidays, you can also save 40-50% compared to local ice cream price not to mention that this can be a great family bonding plus you can also explore by using fresh fruist instead of oreos 🙂

Here’s how to make a no-machine and home-made Ice cream

Ingredients:

2 pouch All purpose Cream
1 small can of condensed milk
2 drops vanilla extract
Pinch of salt

Procedure:

1. Chill the all purpose cream (atleast 15 minutes)
2. Whisk (better use an electric mixer) condensed milk, salt, vanilla and all purpose cream until the mixture gets fluffy.
3. Crushed the oreo cookies
4. Mix the cookies with the cream mixture
5. Transfer to your preferred container, freeze overnight!

Serve with a smile 🙂

Enjoy your home-made ice cream with your family,
Or bless a neighbor by sharing the joy!

“Celebrate Life, Today is Special”  Psalm 118:24

Love,
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9 Comments

    • Gracie Maulion

      Yes Mommy May, the regular all purpose cream box 🙂

      Reply
  1. Sally Yu

    Yummy! Where do you buy vanilla extract? Thanks!

    Reply
    • Gracie Maulion

      Mommy Sally, I used mcCormick Vanilla Flavor 🙂 Its available in all leading groceries store sis 🙂

      Reply
  2. shau

    How much oreo?

    Reply
    • Gracie Maulion

      Hello Shau, About 12 pieces crushed oreos 🙂 you can use a ziplock and a roller to crush the biscuits 🙂

      Reply
  3. viviene

    I swear you’re a pro! Great ideas!!!! I wanna try this tooooo!

    Reply
    • Gracie Maulion

      No sis, feeling pro lang haha 🙂 try it! Much better if you have a hand mixer..

      Reply

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