No-churn Caramelized Cashew Ice-cream

Have you guys ever attempted to make ice cream at home? If not, then what were you hurdles that prevented you to try it? No ice cream maker? No problem! Homemade vanilla ice cream is the ultimate in decadence and it only takes three ingredients to make this deliciousness! This recipe does not require any special equipment to prepare it either. It is also egg-free and the easiest ice cream recipe that you will ever make! It will be one of the most rich, silky, and velvety ice cream that you’ve ever tasted. Seriously! It tastes just like the ice cream we used to get at a local ice cream parlor.

You can prepare a gazillion flavors of ice cream after making this base flavor. You will be amazed how many varieties you can make. Once you have made your base, you will need to add your different toppings and freeze them in metal container. Today I have made Caramelized Cashew flavor. My other two favorite flavors are Oreo Cookie and Kesar Pista (Saffron Pistachio). Hope you jump on this and make it today! It is hot and humid where I am and I can’t tell you how delicious this ice cream is in this hot humid summer, I am loving it!

Serves 9-10 scoops

[Calories per serving 200, Fat 20g, Carbs 2g, Protein 1g]

Ingredients

1 (14 oz.) can sweetened condensed milk

2 cup heavy whipping cream

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 cup caramelized cashews (split/cut in halves)

Instructions

You can use kitchen aid mixer or hand held mixer. Add the whisk attachment and add heavy whipping cream and vanilla. Beat on high until the mixture forms stiff peaks. It takes approximately 3-4 minutes. Add condensed milk and different toppings (chopped caramelized cashews or oreo cookies or kesar pista or fruit of choice). Gently fold into whipped cream until well combined. Pour into a freezer safe container an store in the freezer until the ice cream firms. Serve to your family!

Notes – Remove ice cream five minutes prior serving for perfect consistency.

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