No Churn Strawberry Ice Cream and a Virtual Baby Shower

no churn strawberry ice cream

No churn strawberry ice cream is an easy, quick homemade ice cream studded with brownie bits!

no churn strawberry ice cream

 

‘Tis cold outside and wet too! Well, we are thankful for all the rain but can’t wait for spring.

Budding leaves, blooming flowers, longer daylight and the sweetest of fruits.

Are we there yet?

Until then, I shall be happy with this homemade strawberry ice cream in my freezer.

No churn ice creams are the best thing ever! No surprise there.

No cooking required. You beat 2 cups of heavy cream until stiff peaks and fold in one can of sweetened condensed milk. That’s it!

This is the base recipe and you let your imagination run wild. Like I did here – Easiest creamiest kulfi.


no churn strawberry ice cream

no churn strawberry ice cream

I decided to go with fresh strawberries and then stir in brownie bits. The magical combination of strawberries and chocolate!!!!

Sweet, ripe, juicy strawberries are best for this recipe.

Puree starwberries and then stir into the whipped cream along with sweetened condensed milk, lime juice ( adds a hint of HELLO), a dash of red food coloring (optional, your ice cream would be just less pink without it).

And then, you stir in chopped brownie. Yes, you do.

You could totally use store bought brownie or any leftover homemade brownie (never in my house) or use this 4 ingredient, gluten free fudgy Nutella brownie recipe.

I choose strawberry flavor, since we are hosting a virtual baby shower for our dear friend Kathy and she’s gonna have a …..GIRL.

no churn strawberry ice cream




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No Churn Strawberry Ice Cream

No churn strawberry ice cream is an easy, quick homemade ice cream studded with brownie bits! 

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 6 minutes
Total Time 6 minutes
Author Maria Doss

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Process hulled strawberries in a food processor until finely ground, set aside. 

  2. Add heavy cream into a large bowl and beat with a hand held electric beater until stiff peaks form (do not over whip).

  3. Add pureed strawberries, sweetened condensed milk, lime or lemon juice and food coloring (if using), beat again until well combined. Remove beater and then stir in chopped brownie bits with a rubber spatula. 

  4. Transfer mixture into a large loaf pan or any freezeable container. Freeze overnight. 

Recipe Notes

Makes 1 and 1/2 quarts

Meet our guest of honor: Katherine! Katherine blogs over at Love In My Oven and is the proud momma to two boys and a soon-to-arrive baby girl!!

You don’t need to know Katherine to join in the fun, just enjoy all of the pink themed recipes the bloggers are bringing to the party! Scroll down to see what the bloggers are sharing, and click on the links to hop over to their blogs to check their recipe out.

7-UP RASPBERRY PINK PUNCH from Kelly Lynn’s Sweets and Treats

BEET GOAT CHEESE PHYLLO ROLLS from Looney For Food

YUM YUM SHRIMP WONTON CUPS from Give it Some Thyme

ROASTED BEET AND GOAT CHEESE PASTA from Robust Recipes

PRETTY IN PINK PARTY MIX from Tiny Kitchen Capers

ROASTED BEET AND WHITE BEAN HUMMUS from Crumb Top Baking

IT’S A GIRL BABY SHOWER CAKE from The Sugar Coated Cottage

MELTING MOMENTS COOKIES WITH RASPBERRY BUTTERCREAM from Sugar Salt Magic

STRAWBERRY MOUSSE CUPS from The Beach House Kitchen

ROSE RASPBERRY LYCHEE CUPCAKES from Sift & Simmer

VANILLA GLAZED BAKED DONUTS from Girl Heart Food

CHOCOLATE ROSE TRUFFLES from The Love of Cakes

PRETTY IN PINK PARFAITS from Six Snippets

STRAWBERRY CREAM PUFFS from The Itsy-Bitsy Kitchen

STRAWBERRY ROSE CAKE DONUTS from Ben’s Havoc in the Kitchen

NO CHURN STRAWBERRY ICE CREAM from Kitchen@Hoskins

STRAWBERRY SCONES from 31 Daily

FRESH RASPBERRY MOUSSE from Better With Biscuits

STRAWBERRY LEMONADE CUPCAKES from Nourish and Fete

VANILLA DONUTS WITH PINK GLAZE from Sweet Little Baker

STRAWBERRY SOUFFLÉS WITH FRESH STRAWBERRIES from That Skinny Chick Can Bake

NO CHURN STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE ICE CREAM from The Baking Chocolatess

Thanks for joining the party and I hope you enjoyed all of these fun recipes!




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38 Comments

  1. I don’t care what’s going on with the weather outside, I can never say no to ice cream and I’m glad you didn’t either. This no churn strawberry ice cream studded with brownie makes me all happy inside.

  2. Love how easy your recipe for homemade ice cream is and love the addition of the brownie bits. Chocolate and strawberries to me are a match made in heaven!

  3. When it comes to ice cream, I rarely pick a fruit kind as I prefer more decadent flavors. There’s one exception though – I like one brand which combines both strawberry and brownies, and I fancy this one! So your creation is pretty much something I’d like to have right now:) Well done!

  4. I am a no churn ice cream addict – but I’ve yet to try strawberry!! The brownie bits just took it to a whole other level too. YUM!!! I wish this shower was real! So much good food!! THANK YOU Maria, for contributing to this baby shower!! I feel so lucky!! Much love to you my friend! XO

    1. It’s been wonderful knowing you Kathy:) I’m beyond excited to participate and yeah, wish it was real!! Best wishes to you and your family. Can’t wait to see the little one.

  5. Love that this is no-churn! Don’t get me wrong, I love my ice cream attachment for the stand mixer, but as life gets busier and busier, I’m all about options that simplify while still tasting delicious. Perfect pink recipe for spring and for a baby shower!

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