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No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream

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This No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream is the perfect sweet treat to beat the summer heat and with it’s patriotic colors, it makes it great for 4th of July celebrations!

No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream in an ice cream cone

No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream

I love ice cream and I think it’s one of the best treats to serve up during Summer.

That is why I love this no churn ice cream recipe so much because it’s easy to make.

In fact, you can take the exact recipe and change up the colors, add different flavors and even sprinkles and make it for any occasion.

If you’ve never made homemade ice cream before, this is the perfect starter recipe!

No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream in an ice cream cone

Want more fun Patriotic treats? Check out this 4th of July Fruit Salad, 4th of July Shots, and even this Bomb Pop Cocktail.

How to Make No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream

Ingredients:

Directions:

Place heavy whipping cream in a stand mixer with the whisk attachment. Add flavoring if you would like to, This can also be done with a hand blender with whisk attachment but will take much longer.

Blend for 4 minutes on low speed and adjust speed going up to 6 as it thickens. Once it resembles whipped topping then it’s ready.

Fold in the can of sweetened condensed milk and drops of red food coloring. Get it to the red you would like to achieve. Then pour some into a 9 inch square pan.

Mix in blue food coloring to the white icing. Drop some of the blue in different places into the red. Do not stir or you will have purple. Just drop it in and then top with more red. When it freezes and the ice cream is scooped, the marbled effect will happen.

Once the ice cream is all in the pan, place in the freeze for at least 6 hours but best if froze overnight.

Scoop and serve!

Things To Note:

  • The flavor is a sweet cream taste. However you can add flavoring of your choosing. I find 3 tablespoons coconut extract is nice or sometimes I add a little cinnamon. But the icing will come through too making it have sweeter spots. This is totally up to you.
  • You can add sprinkles if you’d like.
No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream in an ice cream cone
No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream

No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream

Yield: 12 Cones
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Freeze Time: 6 hours
Total Time: 6 hours 10 minutes

This No Churn Red, White and Blue Ice Cream is the perfect sweet treat to beat the summer heat and with it's patriotic colors, it makes it great for 4th of July celebrations!

Ingredients

  • 4 Cups Heavy Whipping Cream
  • 1 - 14 oz Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1 Small Tub of Pillsbury White Icing
  • 10 drops Red Gel Food Coloring
  • 2 Drops Blue Gel Food Coloring
  • Ice Cream Cones

Instructions

  1. Place heavy whipping cream in a stand mixer with the whisk attachment. Add flavoring if you would like to, This can also be done with a hand blender with whisk attachment but will take much longer.
  2. Blend for 4 minutes on low speed and adjust speed going up to 6 as it thickens. Once it resembles whipped topping then it's ready.
  3. Fold in the can of sweetened condensed milk and drops of red food coloring. Get it to the red you would like to achieve. Then pour some into a 9 inch square pan.
  4. Mix in blue food coloring to the white icing. Drop some of the blue in different places into the red. Do not stir or you will have purple. Just drop it in and then top with more red. When it freezes and the ice cream is scooped, the marbled effect will happen.
  5. Once the ice cream is all in the pan, place in the freeze for at least 6 hours but best if froze overnight.
  6. Scoop and serve!

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