No Churn Cookies and Cream Ice Cream

This no churn ice cream is so creamy and simple, you won’t need to use an ice cream maker ever again.

I am so excited about this ice cream recipe. I’ve had issues with no churn ice creams before. They usually are icier, don’t scoop well, etc. But not this. This ice cream is smooth and creamy and as good as store bought ice cream. This is life-changing ice cream.

After tasting this, I’ve decided I’m not taking out my ice cream maker this summer. I might not even buy any ice cream this summer because I’m really excited to make more. In fact, as I’m writing this, I just purchased these ice cream pint containers from Amazon so I can start storing all my creations and maybe even gifting some.

I found an easy no-churn ice cream recipe from Instructables and changed it a little to make a Cookies and Cream version. I had my doubts, but then I tasted this and ended up eating way too much in one sitting. Let’s just say none of the cones in the photo went to waste.

This recipe is just three ingredients and about 10 minutes of prep. Let it freeze overnight and it’s ready to go.

No Churn Cookies and Cream Ice Cream

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups cold heavy cream
  • 1 (14 oz) can sweetened condensed milk (full fat version)
  • 8 Oreo Cookies, crushed

Directions:

1. Add heavy cream to stand mixer and whip on high speed until stiff peaks form.

2. In a large mixing bowl, add condensed milk. Using a spatula, gently fold in whipped cream until uniform and no condensed milk streaks remain. Fold in crushed Oreos.

3. Pour ice cream into a 9 x 5 loaf pan. Use a spatula to smooth and even out the surface. Freeze overnight.

Adapted from Instructables

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20 comments on “No Churn Cookies and Cream Ice Cream”

  1. This look so delicious! Your photos are beautiful btw!!

  2. wow too easy! i guess this calls for the costco size of heavy cream!

  3. Wow! What perfect timing – I picked up heavy cream because of a coupon last week, but didn’t have a recipe in mind. My 4-year-old son loves cooking and ice cream, so this makes a perfect project for this weekend!

  4. Wow, how simple is that?? Hard to believe, it looks too good to be so easy! 

    Love those pint containers, might have to get me some of those 🙂

  5. Holy cow, TC and I have to make this!!!!!! I love that it only had 3 ingredients and it’s no churn!

    • I actually thought of you because I remember you like ice cream recipes that are no churn. Def make this! it’s so good!

  6. Looks so delicious!!!! Will try it.

  7. SUCCESS! We loved making this together – my son crushed the Oreos and “helped” me whip the cream (his hands over mine as I held the mixer and the bowl). We ended up buying waffle cones for our special ice cream because my son wanted our version to look like your photos (and they do!). While it is rich, it’s just forced us to eat less and share a cone instead. Thanks, Kirbie for this AWESOME recipe!

    • yay! Thanks for sharing your success story. I love that your son was able to help out! Haha, and I love that you guys bought waffle cones just to look like the photo. So glad you enjoyed the recipe!

  8. Love your food photography and details, really helps,
    thank you so much for sharing

  9. I made a coffee chocolate chip ice cream using this recipe the other day, so delicious! My sister has an ice cream maker and we used to make goat milk ice cream (she owns a goat farm), but it would only make a little bit. I’d been dying for my own ice cream maker to “expand”, but not anymore. This is so simple and can be made into so many flavors. Great recipe!

  10. Hello,
    How much does this recipe make?? Litres etc?

    • It makes enough to fill a 9 x 5 inch loaf pan as shown in the photo. I have not actually measured the finished quantity beyond that.

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