An easy peanut butter ice cream that only requires 5 ingredients and a mixer. You read that right! This no churn Peanut Butter Ice Cream does NOT need an ice cream machine to become a reality in your summer loving life.
The beginning of summer has come and gone. And I am still waiting for those high 80s and 90s to tell me that summer is truly here. This summer has been so different from past ones.
It has been one thunderstorm or rainstorm after the next. I'm beginning to think school will start back up before we get a chance to really soak up those sun rays at the pool.
Even if it isn't burning hot outside, it is still summer, and summer means ice cream. How many of you have tried the 2 ingredient ice cream? I love that I can make up a "homemade" ice cream in under 10 minutes without a fancy ice cream machine.
Just remember when you make this, that you will need to allow about 4 hours for this to freeze to an ice cream consistency.
Last year I made this peanut butter brownie batter swirl ice cream and my kids had it gone in no time. Who am I kidding? I had my fair share of that ice cream too. So this year, I knew that peanut butter needed to happen again. Only this time I added more peanut butter, marshmallow fluff, and my all time favorite Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. I just can't go very long without making a treat with those bites of goodness.
As I was making up the fun new peanut butter ice cream, I knew that a chocolate cookie cone was going to be the perfect way to enjoy this easy ice cream. I mean peanut butter always needs more chocolate, right?
I stepped away from my non existent diet and ate that cone as quick as I could. I was right...a chocolate cone is the best way to enjoy peanut butter ice cream. Just saying.
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Peanut butter & marshmallow?!? Sign me up!!
Melissa @ No. 2 Pencil
Oh my goodness! That is a delicious combo!!!!
Thanks so much Melissa!! 😉
My girlfriend messaged me on FB says.."It's HOT out, not going anywhere today".....when it's HOT outside, this will COOL you off!
Right you are!! 😉
Oh man... this looks awesome! I love reeses in my ice cream! YUM!
Thanks Mackenzie!! Me too! 😉
Amazing! Pinned and trying it now!
Thanks Sandra!! 😉
Julie @ This Gal Cooks
Seriously, no lie, I made this type of ice cream tonight! I didn't use sweetened condensed milk in mine, though. It's SO GOOD! As always, yours look great! Pinned!
Thanks so much Julie!! 😉
First of all, I had to take a Kleenex to take care of a little drool! Wow! This looks dee-li-cious!!!! I guess I am a little (or perhaps very) clueless, but how much ice cream and what flavor did you use? Thank you for sharing this recipe!
The recipe for the ice cream is below all the pictures. I added peanut butter to the mixture and and peanut butter cups for an extra hit of sugar. I hope you enjoy it!
I am so sorry! When I read the directions and it said to spread the rest of the ice cream I thought it meant another "store bought" ice cream. Duh (on my part)! It would help if I read more closely!! Thank you for your reply!
Oh no problem. I misread things all the time too 🙂
Get outta here with this!! This sounds so incredible!
Thanks Steph!! 😉
Heather @ French Press
I'll take a dozen please!
Haha, I guess I need to go make some more!! 😉
Trish - Mom On Timeout
Ooh! I love that you added marshmallow cream to this! Brilliant Jocelyn!
Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust
Ugh, you can take our hot days! It's been over 90 (last week over 105) since May!
Hmmm, I don't know about that hot! 😉 I just want a nice 85 degrees and some sun!!!
Ashley @ Kitchen Meets Girl
Reese's in anything is awesome, but especially in ice cream! And those cones - so yummy looking!
I totally agree!! 😉