No Maker Required Berry Ice Cream for a Chilly #SundaySupper

No Maker Required Berry Ice Cream|Hot Momma's Kitchen Chaos

Welcome to SUMMER CHILLIN’ with #SundaySupper!  I hope you all had a wonderful 4th of July this weekend!  Now that we’re getting into the HOT summer months, we all need some CHILLY foods to eat!  No one wants to turn on their oven in this heat – so we have come up with some foods you can eat to beat the heat!  A special thanks goes to my friend Alaiyo Kiasi-Barnes from The Pescetarian Journal for being so brave as to host this special #SundaySupper on this holiday weekend!  Thanks Alaiyo- YOU ROCK!

When I first learned that we would be sharing Chilly dishes today I was very excited because I had recently found an awesome recipe in the Allrecipes Magazine (and on the site as well, of course) for Five Minute Ice Cream.  I read the recipe and was delighted to find that you didn’t even need an ice cream maker to make it!  The only change I made was to quadruple the recipe and reduce the sugar.  You can even use a sugar replacement such as Truvia or probably something like honey if you prefer.  I have not tried it that way, so I can’t say whether that would work – give it a try if you ‘re so inclined!  What you should not do is change the heavy cream to something like milk or half and half.  The fat content in the cream is part of what makes it freeze up properly.

No Maker Required Berry Ice Cream
 
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This recipe is from Allrecipe Magazine and Allrecipes. It is called Five Minute Ice Cream and the only change I have made here is to quadruple the recipe and reduce the sugar. The title is a bit misleading - it takes minutes to whip up, but at least 6 hours in the freezer to freeze to "ice cream" consistency
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Serves: 16 servings
Ingredients
  • 40 oz. frozen berries (I used blueberries, if using strawberries, start with sliced strawberries)
  • 1½ cups sugar
  • 2⅔ cups heavy whipping cream
Instructions
  1. Combine berries and sugar in a strong blender or food processor. Blend until fruil is roughly chopped.
    No Maker Berry Ice Cream - Blending|Hot Momma's Kitchen Chaos
  2. With the blender or processor running, add whipping cream gradually until fully combined.
  3. Pour into an air-tight container.
    No Maker Required Berry Ice Cream - Going into Freezer|Hot Momma's Kitchen Chaos
  4. Freeze for at least 6 hours to overnight.
  5. Store in the freezer for up to one week (if it lasts that long).
Notes
You can add extra flavors to your ice cream if you wish. Do this after you have poured the ice cream into a container. For example: add chocolate chips or chopped chocolate to strawberry ice cream by folding it into the blended ice cream. Add lemon zest or juice to blueberry ice cream by folding it into the processed ice cream. Fold graham cracker crumbs into ice cream for a berry-pie style ice cream. Use your imagination!

When this first comes out of the blender or processor it will be the consistency of a smoothie.  It will freeze up nicely and even be hard to scoop in a couple of hours, just like the ice cream you get at the grocery store – but MUCH better!

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38 thoughts on “No Maker Required Berry Ice Cream for a Chilly #SundaySupper

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  4. Thank you for linking up to Creative K Kid’s Tasty Tuesdays. I have pinned your recipe to the Tasty Tuesdays Pinterest Board.

  5. I love making my own ice cream. It’s so easy to do and you don’t have to use a fancy ice cream maker! I make a lot with bananas as the base. So delish.

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  7. Berry ice cream with no make needed? Yes please!

  8. is it easy to scoop out? Does it freeze up really hard after scooping some out and re-freezing?? This is awesome looking and my kids are gonna love this! Thanks for sharing!

    • In my experience, after freezing 6 hours or more it becomes hard like store bought ice cream. We needed to allow it to thaw slightly to make it easier to scoop. It re-freezes just fine, though I have never let it thaw completely and tried to freeze it again, just enough to scoop. And it is usually gone fast enough in my family of five that we never take it out more than twice before it’s gone. Thanks for stopping by! HUGS

  9. I love that this is no churn and all the berries! Delicious!

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  11. That ice cream looks so yummy, I;m going to have to give it a try very soon. Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  12. This sounds so super easy! I’ve got a bag full of frozen berries in the freezer and leftover heavy cream, looks like I’ll be giving this a try

  13. That is a terrific ice cream recipe! Love how quick and fresh it is. Can’t wait to try it!

  14. Now THIS is what I call an easy peasy dessert. So easy and delcious too (based on the ingredients here). I am set for summer with all the yummy looking ice cream recipes this weekend! Thanks!

    Alaiyo

  15. A no maker ice cream recipe using berries is way to dangerous for me. I am craving this right not. thanks a lot!

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  17. This is great! I love that I can do this without an ice cream maker! Thanks!

  18. Great color! Thanks for the recipe for those of us without an ice cream maker!!

    • I love the color too! Purple is one of my favorites! Funny how they’re called blueberries when they’re really not blue at all. Thanks for stopping by! HUGS

  19. That’s a great way to make ice cream!

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  31. Your berry is cream is gorgeous!!! And I’m loving that it’s a no churn recipe 🙂

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