Marshmallow Kit Kat Ice Cream

As summer quickly approaches, I love how easy it is to make ice cream to snack on.  This Marshmallow Kit Kat Ice Cream is a must have for a hot summer day.
This easy no churn ice cream is loaded with marshmallow and Kit Kat candy bars.  Perfect summer treat!
I have been wanting to make some sort of 2 ingredient ice cream
ever since I saw this post about it.
(Do you read Amanda’s blog?  She is simply amazing!
I read it and put it on my list of food to do’s.
Well, I finally decided with it being summer and 90+ degrees outside,
that it was time to make some ice cream.
Gotta love a cold creamy ice cream cone
after being outside in the hot sun!
This ice cream is so easy to make.
I almost love it more than the store bought stuff.
It is so rich and creamy!
And it only takes about 7 minutes to make
and you don’t have to heat up your oven at all for this!
Bonus when it is too sticky outside for baking!

Now obviously I had to find some thing to stir into my ice cream,
so I dug through my baking cupboard…
and pulled out some Kit Kat’s and some marshmallow ice cream topping.

Now that sounds like a tasty combo, doesn’t it?
The answer to that…YES!
We ate the entire bowl of ice cream in one day!

Now remember that if you are going to make it and eat it the same day,
you need to plan ahead better than I did.
I made it at night.
Bad idea when it has to freeze for like 6 hours before consuming.
Not easy to tell the kids that you are making ice cream,
and that they have to wait until tomorrow to try it out.
I think the wait was worth it though…they loved it!

Now my son keeps asking when I am going to make more.
I have the whipping cream and condensed milk
and an entire cupboard full of mix ins…

This easy no churn ice cream is loaded with marshmallow and Kit Kat candy bars.  Perfect summer treat!

so what flavor combo sounds good to you???
(there is a very good chance I have what you are thinking of)


Marshmallow Kit Kat Ice Cream

Prep Time: 6 hours, 15 minutes

Marshmallow Kit Kat Ice Cream

This easy no churn ice cream is loaded with marshmallow and Kit Kat candy bars! It's a perfect treat for hot summer days!


2 cups heavy whipping cream
1 can sweetened condensed milk (14 oz.)
2 cups chopped Kit Kat candy bars
1/2 cup marshmallow ice cream topping


  1. In a mixing bowl*, beat the whipping cream until stiff peaks form. Stir the chopped Kit Kat’s into the condensed milk and then fold the whipped cream in.
  2. Swirl the marshmallow topping gently into the mixture. Do not stir it all the way in. Spoon into a freezer safe container and freeze until solid or overnight.


*Chill the metal bowl and metal beater blade for 30 minutes before making the ice cream. It will speed up your whipping time.

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  1. says

    Thank you so much for this, it looks and sounds fantastic!!! I love when you shar your creative creations!!!!! How in the world do you come up with these sweet treats, lol! I love to bake, but lack the nack for coming up with creations. Thanks for shareing!!!

  2. says

    I love the 2-ingredient ice cream! It’s SO easy and versatile, if not totally cheaper than buying a machine! Plus, marshmallow + kit kat?! I’ll take that with a heaping helping of sprinkles, please!

    PS–I am LOVING the bowls. So freakin’ cute!

  3. says

    Are you kidding me!? Ice cream…that easy, no special ice cream churner machine? Omg, my weakness is ice cream….it’s one of those things that I can’t keep in my freezer…

  4. The Witch's Kitchen says

    Wow! Really going to have to try this. Making ice cream always sounded good but I really don’t need another “appliance” to store.

  5. says

    That is just too, too, clever! I’ll have to get on it right away.

    Thanks so much for adding to our Olympics party, hope you pop by to win the giveaway. C:

  6. says

    I can’t wait to try this!!!! And I have whipping cream and Condensed Milk, oh yeah, Maybe some fudge sauce and rolos? If I start now I might have this in time for dinner!!! Oops, I meant dessert or did I?

  7. says

    We always make homemade ice cream for the 4th – looks like we found this year’s recipe! Oh my delicious! We are so excited to try this! Thanks for linking up to “Strut Your Stuff Saturday!” We hope to see you again! -The Sisters

  8. NeenAnn says

    Oh, My. Just love the thought of marshmallow and kit-kats. mint milky ways or york patties – no wait! Junior Mints. NO WAIT, Grasshopper cookies!! Ok, so I’ll have to make all of it and let you know what I love most.

  9. Olivia says

    Great recipe… I just chose chocolate chips with mine, and it’s in the freezer right now. I couldn’t help putting my finger in! Delicious so far. I hope it goes great!


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