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10 Recipes to Make Ice Cream with a Stand Mixer

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Ice cream isn’t just for lazy summer days or potlucks with the neighbors, though; it’s also great as a quick snack or dessert when you want something sweet after dinner.

If you’re looking to add some ice cream to your repertoire, we’ve got 10 recipes that will show you how to make ice cream quickly and easily using your stand mixer! 

Even if you don’t have access to an ice cream maker, these recipes will show you how to make homemade frozen desserts from scratch using just your kitchen equipment and pantry staples.

1) Chocolate Peanut Butter Banana Milkshake

This recipe has only five ingredients and it tastes like a decadent milkshake. 

We don’t mean that it tastes good for something healthy. We mean that it really, really tastes amazing and you will be impressed at how something so good for you can also taste so amazing. Enjoy!

2) Lemon Blueberry Ice Cream

In a small bowl, stir together 2 cups fresh blueberries, 1 teaspoon freshly grated lemon zest and 1/2 cup sugar. 

Set aside while you make your ice cream base. 

Prepare your ice cream according to directions on your stand mixer’s manufacturer instructions. 

Once finished, stir in frozen blueberry mixture into prepared ice cream base; pour into an airtight container and freeze for 2 hours before serving.

3) Salted Caramel Cookie Dough

If you like cookie dough and ice cream, then it’s only natural that you’d like them together. 

And lucky for you, salted caramel does both things better than anyone else. 

Prepare your favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe (like our Salted Caramel Chocolate Chip Cookies) and scoop it into two cupcake pans instead of one. 

Bake according to instructions. 

Pour salted caramel sauce into ice cream maker before adding in any mix-ins (so it gets mixed in throughly). 

Fill cups about 1/3 full with salted caramel ice cream, top each with cookie dough scoops and serve immediately so that dough stays soft. Enjoy!

4) Roasted Banana Split

Sweet, roasted bananas and chocolate chips make for one of my favorite ice cream flavors. 

To begin, peel and slice 2-3 bananas into 1/2 inch slices on an aluminum foil-lined baking sheet. 

Roast at 350 degrees F until they have browned, about 20 minutes (be sure to turn them over halfway through so they roast evenly). 

Transfer them to a bowl and toss them with 1/4 cup dark chocolate chips. 

Let cool completely before making your ice cream! For your homemade vanilla ice cream base: 

Whisk together 1 can (14 ounces) sweetened condensed milk, 2 cups heavy whipping cream and 3 large egg yolks in a large bowl.

5) Coffee Oreo Ice Cream

Coffee Oreo ice cream is one of my favorite creations, and has been perfected after countless trial and error batches. 

This coffee ice cream is served up with chunks of oreos mixed in, which are totally optional but totally delicious! 

When I am craving an ice cream sundae at home, I always know that coffee oreo will be involved.

Coffee Oreo Ice Cream Ingredients: 1 cup strong coffee 1 cup sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 2 cups heavy whipping cream 4 egg yolks 3 tablespoons vanilla extract 6 oz.

6) Toasted Coconut Lime Cheesecake

Sweet coconut flakes, tart lime juice and zest, and creamy mascarpone come together in this frozen dessert from Lindsay Landis of Love & Olive Oil. 

If you’re worried about your mixer overworking, just have your cream cheese at room temperature.

When that’s done, simply whip up lime juice and sugar until smooth, add some egg yolks, continue whipping until combined, then fold in whipped cream. 

Add vanilla extract or even a splash of coconut rum (because it makes everything better) to get an extra boozy kick. 

Top off with dark chocolate shavings or any other topping of your choice, and put it back in the freezer for an hour before serving!

7) Cinnamon Roll Honey Vanilla Swirl

Add two tablespoons of cinnamon roll icing mix and one tablespoon of honey, using only enough milk for desired consistency. 

Pour ice cream base into your stand mixer bowl, add cinnamon and honey, mix on medium-high speed until combined. 

Pour mixture into your ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer's instructions. 

When done, transfer to an airtight container and keep frozen until ready to serve. 

Top with additional cinnamon roll icing or drizzle warm sauce over top just before serving! Makes 2 pints.

8) Strawberry Sorbet

Strawberries are bursting with flavor and don't require more than sugar and lemon juice to make something that can be enjoyed right away.

The entire process from preparing the strawberries, sugar, and lemon juice takes five minutes,  this refreshing frozen treat can be made in as little as 20 minutes when its churned into an ice cream like consistency.

You can serve it just as it is or mix in some chocolate chips for an even sweeter treat,  In the event that you prefer frozen strawberries over fresh, you'll only need about half a cup of lemon juice.

 In any case, you won't get any liquid from frozen berries so your sorbet might need to set for a little longer.

9) Mexican Hot Chocolate Gelato

If you're craving some chocolate on a hot summer day, consider this gelato. The cinnamon and chili powder give it that little kick that makes it feel extra decadent and special.

Topped with whipped cream, berries or chocolate shavings, you'll be hard-pressed to choose which method of eating is better. This recipe serves four, so invite your friends over for an Italian-inspired dessert night.

10) Raspberry Champagne Sorbetto

Start by combining 1 cup sugar, 2 cups water, and 1/2 cup fresh raspberries in a small saucepan over medium heat.

 Bring to a boil and stir until sugar is dissolved. Let cool completely then transfer syrup and raspberries to a blender. Puree until smooth and pour through a fine-mesh sieve into bowl set over an ice bath.

Stir in 2 tablespoons lemon juice, then chill for 20 minutes. After mixture has chilled, churn sorbetto in ice cream maker according to manufacturer's instructions.

Transfer back into freezer-safe container or roll into ball using hands dipped in cold water, cover surface of sorbetto with parchment paper or plastic wrap followed by foil and freeze for several hours or overnight before serving.

Conclusion

It’s not difficult to make ice cream at home.  In fact, it’s quite simple when you have a good recipe and an electric stand mixer (or hand mixer).

 If you already have one of these mixers and want easy, classic recipes that don’t require lots of eggs or dairy products, here are 10 tasty recipes for homemade ice cream that take less than 20 minutes total. You can even make them quickly when unexpected guests arrive! Which flavor will you try first?



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