You don’t need a fancy machine to make homemade ice cream – make a batch of no-churn ice cream instead! No-churn recipes are easy and taste just as good as premium ice cream, so I’ve rounded up my favorite recipes for you to try.
No Churn Matcha Cookies and Cream Ice Cream | I love cookies and cream but for this version, I gave it a matcha twist. It’s a great combination and I love the vibrant green color.
No Churn Cookies and Cream Ice Cream | Or, try this traditional cookies and cream one. It’s as rich and creamy as the store-bought kind and so simple to make.
No-Churn Avocado Ice Cream | Avocado is not usually associated with desserts, but it takes really well to sweeteners and adds a richness to anything you add it to. This ice cream is all about the avocado. It’s not super sweet and the ice cream is naturally green from the avocado.
2-Ingredient No-Churn Coconut Ice Cream | This super easy recipe has only 2 ingredients. I love the tropical coconut flavor – it’s a refreshing summer dessert.
No-Churn Chocolate Avocado Ice Cream | Sometimes I like the avocado to shine, but for this recipe, I combined it with chocolate. You don’t really taste the avocado in this one, but it definitely makes it rich and creamy.
No Churn Espresso Chip Ice Cream | Homemade no-churn espresso flavored ice cream studded with chocolate chips is a great combination and a sweet way to get a little caffeine kick.
No-Churn Lemon Ice Cream | This one is swirled with lemon curd which gives it a bright lemon flavor.
3-Ingredient No-Churn Whole Lemon Ice Cream | This no-churn ice cream is extra lemony because a whole lemon is used to make it. Everything but the seeds is pureed and then mixed with the rest of the ingredients to create a refreshing frozen lemon treat.
3-Ingredient No-Churn Gelato Ice Cream | If you want a super simple frozen treat this one is for you. It’s so easy to make!
Pineapple Dole Whip | This isn’t technically ice cream, but it’s a cold and creamy dessert that is a lot like it. The best part is that you only need two ingredients and a blender to make it.
I hope you’ve discovered some new recipes to try! If you have an ice cream maker you might like to check out my Ice Cream Maker Recipes, too.