As we begin to put away our grills, get the kids ready for school, take our last summer trips, and enjoy the last days of the swimming pools, we also remember the good foods that we enjoyed this summer. The BBQ parties, refreshing summer salads, and ice cream. For some of us, ice cream is in our hearts all year-long, but for me along with everything that’s associated with summer ends, so will ice cream. Therefore, I thought I leave you with another ice cream recipe for your enjoyment. It is quick, easy, and you don’t need an ice cream machine to make it.
The funny thing about the flavors in this ice cream is that I have never been typically found of white chocolate or raw cookie dough. Do you want to know why I don’t care for raw cookie dough? Because my mother told me at a young age if I eat it I will die. Yes, death was the result of eating raw cookie dough in my house. Therefore, I never ate it. Nevertheless, I got out of my comfort zone and tried it in this ice cream recipe that has chunks of cookie dough, white chocolate chips, and more melted white chocolate to enhance the flavors so it just doesn’t taste like sugar with chocolate chips and sugar cookie dough. The reason that the ice cream has a greenish tent to it is because I added food coloring and I wanted to try…green. This is an awesome recipe that you must try before the summer is out! Don’t worry, I will make more ice cream with fall and winter flavors.
- 14 ounces, weight Sweetended Condensded Milk
- 1 cup White Chocolate Chips, Melted
- 1 teaspoon Milk
- 2 cups Heavy Whipping Cream
- ½ pounds Raw Sugar Cookie Dough, Cubed
- 1 teaspoon Salt
- Food Coloring (optional)
- Pour in the sweetened condensed milk in a large Tupperware bowl.
- Melt the chocolate chips on the stove using a double boiler. Make sure you continuously stir so the white chocolate doesn’t dry out or stick to the pan. Once it starts to melt, add the milk and continuously stir. Once the chocolate is melted, allow to cool and then add to the sweetened condensed milk. Stir using a rubber spatula until the chocolate has completely dissolved into the milk.
- Pour the whipping cream into a bowl and whip with handheld or standing mixer until it turns into stiff peaks. Set aside.
- Add the cubed cookie dough and salt to the sweetened condensed milk and fold in the whipped cream (If you buy a 1-pound tube of sugar cookie dough, you can use the other half to make the cookies and use as a garnish). Do not overmix because the cream will deflate. Add food coloring if you would like.
- Cover with the lid and chill the ice cream overnight before serving.