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  • This bright, fresh berrylicious ice cream is a real treat. You don’t need an ice cream maker, only a bowl, a whisk and a container to freeze it in.

    This isn't my first tango with no-churn ice cream on this blog.

    As a matter of fact, I put off making it because I didn't have a fancy stand mixer or even a reliable hand mixer to make the whipped cream required for this recipe. I always cheated and used Cool Whip with heavy cream added (which you could do in a pinch, but it won't taste as good)

    As you can see, I'm still obsessed with berries. I'm doing everything I can to "get rid" of them and use them in as many recipes and applications as I can. I've also added "smoothies" and fruit cocktails to my ever-growing list of things I'm willing to try with berries. I'm going to miss summer when the berries stop coming in.

    No matter the combination of berries you use, this dessert will be a hit with every berry lover you meet.

    No-Churn Triple Berry Ice Cream

    No-Churn Triple Berry Ice Cream

    Yield: 1 quart
    Author: Nikki Miller-Ka of Nik Snacks
    This bright, fresh berrylicious ice cream is a real treat. You don’t need an ice cream maker, only a bowl, a whisk and a container to freeze it in.


    • 1/2 lemon, finely grated zest and its juice
    • 1 lb mixture of fresh or previously frozen berries (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries) 
    • 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
    • 1 pint heavy whipping cream


    1. Mash together berries, lemon zest and juice in a bowl and set aside. If using thawed frozen strawberries, drain the excess juices and water first, then mash the strawberries. If using fresh strawberries, keep the juices.
    2. Put the heavy cream and sweetened condensed milk in a large mixing bowl. Whip the cream with a mixer on medium-high speed until firm peaks form, about 2 minutes.
    3. PRO TIP: Add 2 drops of red food coloring to brighten up the ice cream
    4. Add the mashed berries. Whip mixture for another 30 seconds to incorporate the berry mixture.
    5. Pour into a chilled 9 x 5 metal or glass loaf pan. Cover with a lid or plastic wrap and freeze, until thick and creamy, like soft-serve in about 2 hours. Freeze for at least 4 hours, or overnight.



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    1. YES! I bet this no churn ice cream is fantastic! Making this for Jackson soon!

    2. Jessica FormicolaJuly 8, 2020 at 3:14 PM

      No churn ice cream is my favorite ice cream, and I am loving that berry flavor! Can't wait to try it!

    3. I am officially addicted to no church - I mean churn ice creams! They're so easy and so good. And you don't have to chisel them out of the container the next day.


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