This no churn peanut butter oreo ice cream is the dessert of the summer! Creamy no-churn peanut butter ice cream that is super easy to throw together, swirled with crunchy crushed oreos and dollops of peanut butter. It is so, so delicious!
Today we’re making the MOST DELICIOUS ICE CREAM!
A few weeks ago, I promised you two new no churn ice cream flavors and today I’m delivering on the second! Last month we made no churn strawberry oreo ice cream and today, it’s this heaven-on-earth flavor that may beat out all my previous ones.
It’s that good!
Enter… peanut butter oreo ice cream! I mean… YES PLEASE.
Last year, my no churn coffee oreo ice cream became the hit of the summer for us. I made it so many times. I also made it without coffee, just as traditional cookies and cream ice cream, because Eddie loathes coffee.
And I find that funny because even back when I hated coffee, I LOVED coffee ice cream. It was the only ice cream my grandparents would buy and I found it to be so delicious! But that’s neither here nor there. We’re not talking coffee today.
Today… it’s all about the peanut butter!
Truly, is there any better combo on earth than peanut butter chocolate? Not for me!
Sure, I love mint and chocolate and peanut butter and jelly and all that jazz, but I’ve lived for peanut butter chocolate flavor combinations since I was a kid. It’s just SO fantastic.
This method of no churn ice cream is by far my favorite. You whip the heavy cream before adding your mix-ins and it gives the best texture to the ice cream – almost as good as slow churned. The only downside is that it does tend to need some time to soften before scooping, so be sure to pull it out of the freezer 15 minutes or so before you want to scoop.
At least for perfect creamy scoop-ness, you know?
Just look at how creamy that is!
The other reason I enjoy making this no churn version is because the kids can easily help.
They love to crush the oreos (they both have a serious love for those cookies!) and stir in the cookies and peanut butter. The hardest part is waiting for it to set up in the freezer. (more…)