Monday, June 10, 2019

NO CHURN Tiramisu Ice Cream

Some time ago I bought a couple of boxes of ladyfingers to use to make individual tiramisu. Then I lost the recipe. I put those two boxes into the freezer downstairs, and then the freezer went out. So, I brought those boxes upstairs and stared at them for a while, and then decided to make tiramisu ice cream. I just tasted it. Oh, my heavens! You are going to want to try this. Quick, easy, and positively sinful!
NO CHURN Tiramisu Ice Cream

2 c. whipping cream
1 (14-oz.) can sweetened condensed milk
1 T.
espresso powder
1 T. Hershey’s Special Dark Cocoa
1 T. hot water
1 T. brandy
1 t. vanilla extract
½ c. crushed
¼ c. roughly chopped milk chocolate

Beat cream on medium speed using the whisk attachment of your stand or handheld mixer until stiff peaks form. Lower the speed and slowly pour in the condensed milk. Turn speed to medium/high and whip until mixture is thick and stiff peaks have formed a second time.

In a small bowl or custard cup, place espresso powder and cocoa, and stir together. Pour hot water over the top and stir to dissolve. To this mixture add brandy and vanilla extract; set aside.

Add coffee/cocoa mixture and mix on medium speed until uniformly tan in color. Fold in crushed ladyfingers and chopped chocolate.

Pour into a 1½-quart container, seal, and freeze for six hours or overnight.

Sprinkle with cocoa just before serving, if desired.

Chocolate lovers will enjoy this “no churn” variety, Billie’s Chocolate Ice Cream.

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Debbie - Mountain Mama said...

YUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!! I bought an ice cream maker a couple of years ago, all set to make my own ice cream. What a flop it was! This looks amazing!!

Linda said...

Brilliant Pattie! I bet the brandy just puts it over the top. I need to get some espresso powder!

Dee | said...

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I love no churn ice cream Pattie, and this looks amazing, thank you!!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

What a great way to use those ladyfingers! Perfect way to enjoy tiramisu in the summer :)