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This delicious Homemade Oreo Ice Cream recipe is so easy and the perfect dessert for hot summer days with friends and family!
When I was a kid our summer was not complete without my mama’s homemade fruit ice cream.
It might be strawberry. Or peach. Or even banana.
My dad and I would go to the ice warehouse where he would get enough ice for our hand crank ice cream maker.
Do y’all remember that? No electric one for us! Our White Mountain ice cream maker was the best.
I can still see my dad sitting in his chair, turning that handle over and over.
He might even let me try my hand at it, but the more the ice cream froze, the harder it was to turn.
It was such a summertime tradition and a way that I remember my heritage even though my folks are no longer living.
So I have a treat for you before fall comes and swallows up those summertime memories.
Homemade Oreo Ice Cream!
This is not my mama’s ice cream!
This recipe is for all you chocolate lovers out there who like to change it up a bit.
The cookbook I found this recipe in is tattered and falling apart. That’s how you know a dessert is well-loved.
I’m letting y’all in on a top secret recipe because it’s a family favorite.
And you’re like my family ~smile~
Shhhh. Don’t tell anyone I told you ~wink wink~
Homemade Oreo Ice Cream
Homemade Oreo Ice Cream
- 4 eggs
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
- 1/4 cup flour
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 pint half & half
- 1 pint whipping cream
- 1 small pkg oreo cookies
- 1 tsp vanilla
- whole milk
- Beat flour with eggs slowly to avoid lumps. (I just do this by hand with a whisk.)
- Add sugar until dissolved.
- Add whipping cream, half & half, sweetened condensed milk and vanilla.
- Crumble the cookies and add them to the rest of the mixture. The larger you leave the oreos the bigger the chunks will be in the final product.
- Pour into ice cream freezer and add whole milk to the fill line.
- Freeze as directed on machine.
I have used milk with less fat if I don't have whole milk.
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The recipes here look AWESOME. My husband loves choclate and peanut butter together. I am looking forward to making these. But…. Ido have ( 1 ) question regarding the Oreo Ice Cream. The eggs …. they are raw. My understanding is that we are not suppose to eat raw eggs. Many of the homemade Ice Cream recipes will cook the eggs, cream and sugar together and then let it cool a bit,then add your “goodies”. This mixture is then addedto what ever typeof Ice Cream maker you are using. Please share your thought regarding the use of raw eggs.
Hi, Sue. I totally understand the question about eggs. I know the thought is not to use raw eggs but I’ve been making this recipe for years and never had a problem with it. My mom also made her fruit ice cream recipes and never, ever cooked the eggs and somehow we survived! Please just do what you feel comfortable with, though. I just don’t know how this recipe would taste been cooked first. Have a great day!
I come from an ice cream making family too. My dad let my mom and I thought it couldn’t be cranked anymore then he would take over like we hadn’t started freezing it yet. 🙂 Your recipe looks good.
Isn’t great having memories of making ice cream as a family? I still love ice cream to this day and way too much!
This looks like such a yummy treat on a hot day! Thanks for linking up at the #HomeMattersParty and I hope you’ll join in again next week!
oh yeah baby!! nom nom nom!! cookies and cream is my all time fav and this looks so SUPER DELISH!! great way to cool off in the summer. Thanks for sharing the recipe with us at Snickerdoodle!
Can’t go wrong with cookies and cream anything.
Thanks for sharing on Tasty Tuesdays, hope to see you back next week.
The chocolate peanut butter lasagna seems like a really decadent treat. Good post.
Nothing beats homemade ice cream. And Oreo is one of my favorite flavors.
I recently saw that Ben & Jerry’s invented Chocolate Chip Cookie dough ice cream in 1991, the same year I graduated high school and headed off to UNC with a B&J right down the street from my dorm. Is it any wonder that’s my favorite flavor? And how did I live 18 years without cookie dough ice cream? Because there was cookies and cream ice cream.
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